The information session will feature details on the graduate programs, the application process and requirements, a question-and-answer session and a tour.
Now in its fifth year, the program supports projects related to health care or diversity.
Bob Powers, an 87-year-old St. Thomas graduate who received three Purple Hearts and won the Navy Cross while serving in the U.S. Marine Corps during World War II and the Korean War, will give the annual Veterans Day talk here Thursday.
More than 500 people will visit St. Thomas for this event.
In phases, much of Murray-Herrick Campus Center will become a student services and classroom building.
The annual Fowler Business Concept Challenge focuses on energizing the entrepreneurial spirit of all St. Thomas students – undergraduate, graduate and doctoral.
The Tommies’ coach won the honor in 2010 and is in the top five of the fan voting again this fall.
Learn about the Graduate School of Professional Psychology’s M.A. and Psy.D. programs, and nondegree option.
Check out the UST Libraries’ mobile database list of apps and use the online “Ask a Librarian” service to tell the libraries about any new apps or mobile resources you find.
Residents of north campus vote at McNeely Hall, and south campus students vote at the Groveland Recreation Center.
Donated food and checks will be given to Second Harvest the first week of December.
Winterizing may cause bursts of water and air to be emitted from the irrigation systems.
As a result, the university is expected to save $2.1 million per year.
Graduate business students and alumni are invited to hear Nassif tell how “Dirt is Always in Style: Building a Premium Brand in Household Cleaning.” Register online by Wednesday.
Learn more about School of Divinity graduate programs and scholarship opportunities.
Everyone also is invited to Solemn Vespers on the Commemoration of All Souls celebrated by Father Dennis Dease on Wednesday, Nov. 2.
The bulletin also provides downloading tips.
“I will forever be compelled by the ‘stitch,’ ” says the artist, “and the metaphor of it as a ‘mark’ to catalog time, events and emotion.” Barron will speak on “Allowing the Path to Unfold, One Stitch at a Time.”
Registrations will be accepted up to 24 hours prior to the session.
Donate canned food to the Francis Basket Food Shelf in exchange for waived library fines: One can equals $2 in fines. (Donations cannot be accepted for lost or damaged items.)