The semiannual survey of industry leaders was conducted by the university’s real estate programs.
Students from across the country competed for the opportunity to present their research.
Honored yesterday for ethical conduct in the workplace, the marketplace and the community were Murphy Automotive, Western National Insurance and Schwan Food.
Public Safety thanks the UST community for its prompt reporting and support.
The institutional audit examines the university against the five criteria presented by the Higher Learning Commission.
A year ago, Martha McCarthy prepared to walk across the stage, receive her diploma and then jump into the next phase of her life. A year later, she wants to share some advice for this year’s graduating seniors, and does so today in The Scroll. (Editor's note: Barring last-minute submissions, this is the final Scroll blog for the 2011-12 academic year, and we'll see you in September.)
Fourteen years of Poetry on the Patio can now be viewed online.
The shutdown will last from 7 a.m. to approximately 3 p.m.
See what St. Thomas faculty, staff and students are up to this week.
Nearly 40 seniors contributed to CILCE’s programs during 2011-12.
Interstate 94 will be closed west and east of the university.
Kayden Hoang Bui has been awarded a Boren Scholarship for 2012 and will study in Taiwan for 2012-13 with a focus on global health.
A similar morning unforced burglary occured Wednesday, May 9, on the 2000 block of Dayton Avenue.
Nu Rho Psi is the national honorary society in neuroscience.
Carol Bruess wrote a couple of “pretty darn really cool” blogs for The Scroll last month, but she’s found something even more special to write about today. Read her thoughts on Bruce Kramer, his battle with Lou Gehrig’s Disease and a blog that he writes about his illness.
A reception in the O’Shaughnessy Educational Center lobby gallery will follow the presentations.
The award is presented in honor of Shelly Moorman, who taught Spanish at St. Thomas from 1968 until her retirement in 2004.
Five forums will be held today, and two will be held Thursday.
Baccalaureate Mass Invites Academic Community to Express Gratitude to God and all who Supported Those Graduating
Father John Malone: "Broad participation by faculty and staff in Friday’s Commencement Mass would be a fitting way to start a weekend filled with graduation festivities."
The review and study will guide St. Thomas and its new president in the coming years.
The UST Purchasing and Payables Department is the winner of the association’s Annual Recognition Award for Excellence in Procurement for 2011.
Rather than set a monetary goal, this year’s Class Gift Committee set a goal of 100-percent participation.
Due to the end of spring term, there will be early deadlines for payroll action items.
Graduating students will discuss the process of creating and writing their essays.
This year's speakers feature a university president, a bank president and the head of Catholic Charities. The first of the four ceremonies, for the School of Law, will be held tomorrow.