If you weren’t on campus this summer, you might have missed some news. Catch up with a look at the searchable Bulletin Today archive. Here’s a quick rundown:

News that would be good to know this week:

Mark your calendar for these Welcome Week traditions

St. Catherine University adjusts class times for Opening Celebration on Sept. 7

Fall semester shuttle bus schedule begins Monday, Aug. 22; Saturday service begins Sept. 10

Remodeled McCarthy Gym to reopen Sept. 6

Fall fitness classes in the AARC begin Monday, Sept. 19

Campus construction news

‘Once-in-a-lifetime’ quad transformation in full swing

Anderson Student Center: A home for student leadership

Anderson Student Center: Sustainable by design

Four elevators to be removed from service, undergo mandatory code compliance modernization

 Technology news

UST’s website goes mobile

New Media Initiatives Group launches Social Media (e)News

IRT remodels website for easier access to news, services, technology resources

Welcomes and farewells

University names first general counsel and chief human resources officer

Kendra Brodin named director of career and professional development at School of Law

Dr. David Engberg named director of international education

Marlene Levine resigns as director of Gainey Center

Kudos

Thank you extended to faculty members who incorporated service-learning in 2010-11 courses

Wednesday was ‘Tom Sullivan Day’ in St. Paul

James Rogers receives Irish Fair’s Curtin-Conway Award

St. Thomas named to President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll

For Faculty and Staff

Criterion committee chairs selected for reaccreditation process

Background screening policy adopted for new employees

And other things

New full-time freshman to participate in national study

Looking for a summer (long) reading list?

Lorenz Bus Service wins shuttle bus contract

School of Education now affiliated with six charter schools

New Twin Cities real estate index tracks gulf between traditional and distressed home sales

Selim Center expands programming for those 50 and older