Media Coverage and Events
President Sullivan will be visiting cities across the country in an effort to meet as many St. Thomas alumni, friends and prospective students as possible. As she described in her inauguration speech, Sullivan feels it is time to "let our light shine more broadly into the world."
Locations and dates are updated regularly; watch the "appearances" column on this page or visit the Alumni Association site for a full list and registration information.
In the Media
Speeches and Articles
The President on Social Media
Annual Women's History Month lecture: Join President Sullivan at St. Thomas annual' Luann Dummer Lecture in celebration of Women's History Month. This year's speaker is founder and co-chair of the Indigenous Women's Network, Winona LaDuke. The Ojibwe activist and advocate for environmental, women's and children's rights also founded the White Earth Land Recovery Project, a reservation-based environmental organization. LaDuke's free lecture, titled "Women and Native Struggles: Toward Ecological Transformation," begins at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 10, in O'Shaughnessy Educational Center auditorium.