Today’s column gives a behind-the-scenes, personal view of the Literacy Connections program.
All members of the St. Thomas community are invited to attend the open interviews, which will be held Dec. 8, 9, 12 and 13.
The classes are open to all St. Thomas undergraduate students, and graduate students, professional students, faculty and staff who are AARC members.
Meeting rooms will be available beginning Tuesday, Jan. 17.
Donate nonperishable food items to the Francis Basket Food Shelf in exchange for waived library fines; in addition, fines paid in cash can be donated to the drive at the request of the patron.
The award recognizes Opus College of Business faculty who exemplify an ongoing commitment to teaching and learning.
The information session will feature details on the graduate programs, the application process and requirements, a question-and-answer session and a tour.
The request is made because of the upcoming move by Dining and Catering Services to Anderson Student Center.
Two backpacks and a briefcase, all containing laptop computers, were stolen Tuesday evening.
The Anderson Parking Facility will be open from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. for free parking tomorrow.
A notable speaker from the chemical sciences, yet to be announced, will visit St. Thomas next fall as part of the Jean Dreyfus Boissevain Lectureship for Undergraduate Institutions.
Needed are personal-care items such as toothbrushes, soap, shampoo, deodorant, toothpaste and hairbrushes.
The number of visits required for this December is eight.
The award recognizes excellence in social work field education.
The Women’s Chorus will perform and lead everyone in singing carols on Tuesday, Dec. 6. UST Libraries also announces a new way to view a page or article in four favorite newspapers.
She will be honored at an awards celebration Saturday, Dec. 3, at the Earle Brown Heritage Center.
The upgrade will start on Saturday, Dec. 3, and will end on Friday, Dec. 9.
OCSS staff will hand out ice scrapers, hot chocolate and information at two locations on St. Thomas’ St. Paul campus