From the Newsroom

Jordan Osterman '11   author
The chapel at the University of St. Thomas has served its campus well for nearly 100 years. Thanks to the generosity of donors, it will now be brought into the 21st century with expanded spaces and amenities that will serve the contemporary needs of the entire community.
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Amy Carlson Gustafson   author
The Department of Art History has a lot to be excited about these days: a renovated gallery space, a new exhibition, an ambitious archival project and ties to a major international conference happening in April.
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admin   author
Research can help undergraduates transform from students into scholars.
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Amy Carlson Gustafson   author
Student Madie Ley's research is examining the way three different venues display Native American art and the community collaboration that goes with their exhibitions.
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admin   author
noonartsound is an interdisciplinary program that helps participants understand the humanities by examining them in social historical context.
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Amy Carlson Gustafson   author
Dr. Elizabeth Kindall received the University Scholars Grant; and Dr. Gloria Frost and Dr. Mark McInroy each received the Distinguished Early Career Grant.
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St. Thomas Newsroom   author
The past few issues of Spotlight have featured recipients of the John Ireland Award for Outstanding Achievement as Teacher-Scholar. Recent recognition through awards and grants of four CAS faculty highlights potential future Ireland award winners.
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admin   author
Eric Kjellgren and Shelly Nordtorp-Madson of the Art History Department rank the Top 10 Works of Art at St. Thomas.
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Patty Petersen   author
This year’s theme, “Sacred Spaces,” commemorates the 100th anniversary of the Chapel of St. Thomas Aquinas architect Emmanuel-Louis Masqueray’s death.
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St. Thomas Newsroom   author
“Creating Sacred Space” is co-presented by the Sacred Arts Festival and the Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning at the University of St. Thomas. The event is free and open to the public.
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From the NewsRoom

Jordan Osterman '11   author
The chapel at the University of St. Thomas has served its campus well for nearly 100 years. Thanks to the generosity of donors, it will now be brought into the 21st century with expanded spaces and amenities that will serve the contemporary needs of the entire community.
Read More

Amy Carlson Gustafson   author
The Department of Art History has a lot to be excited about these days: a renovated gallery space, a new exhibition, an ambitious archival project and ties to a major international conference happening in April.
Read More

admin   author
Research can help undergraduates transform from students into scholars.
Read More

Amy Carlson Gustafson   author
Student Madie Ley's research is examining the way three different venues display Native American art and the community collaboration that goes with their exhibitions.
Read More

admin   author
noonartsound is an interdisciplinary program that helps participants understand the humanities by examining them in social historical context.
Read More

Amy Carlson Gustafson   author
Dr. Elizabeth Kindall received the University Scholars Grant; and Dr. Gloria Frost and Dr. Mark McInroy each received the Distinguished Early Career Grant.
Read More

St. Thomas Newsroom   author
The past few issues of Spotlight have featured recipients of the John Ireland Award for Outstanding Achievement as Teacher-Scholar. Recent recognition through awards and grants of four CAS faculty highlights potential future Ireland award winners.
Read More

admin   author
Eric Kjellgren and Shelly Nordtorp-Madson of the Art History Department rank the Top 10 Works of Art at St. Thomas.
Read More

Patty Petersen   author
This year’s theme, “Sacred Spaces,” commemorates the 100th anniversary of the Chapel of St. Thomas Aquinas architect Emmanuel-Louis Masqueray’s death.
Read More

St. Thomas Newsroom   author
“Creating Sacred Space” is co-presented by the Sacred Arts Festival and the Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning at the University of St. Thomas. The event is free and open to the public.
Read More

From the NewsRoom

Jordan Osterman '11   author
The chapel at the University of St. Thomas has served its campus well for nearly 100 years. Thanks to the generosity of donors, it will now be brought into the 21st century with expanded spaces and amenities that will serve the contemporary needs of the entire community.
Read More

Amy Carlson Gustafson   author
The Department of Art History has a lot to be excited about these days: a renovated gallery space, a new exhibition, an ambitious archival project and ties to a major international conference happening in April.
Read More

admin   author
Research can help undergraduates transform from students into scholars.
Read More

Amy Carlson Gustafson   author
Student Madie Ley's research is examining the way three different venues display Native American art and the community collaboration that goes with their exhibitions.
Read More

admin   author
noonartsound is an interdisciplinary program that helps participants understand the humanities by examining them in social historical context.
Read More

Amy Carlson Gustafson   author
Dr. Elizabeth Kindall received the University Scholars Grant; and Dr. Gloria Frost and Dr. Mark McInroy each received the Distinguished Early Career Grant.
Read More

St. Thomas Newsroom   author
The past few issues of Spotlight have featured recipients of the John Ireland Award for Outstanding Achievement as Teacher-Scholar. Recent recognition through awards and grants of four CAS faculty highlights potential future Ireland award winners.
Read More

admin   author
Eric Kjellgren and Shelly Nordtorp-Madson of the Art History Department rank the Top 10 Works of Art at St. Thomas.
Read More

Patty Petersen   author
This year’s theme, “Sacred Spaces,” commemorates the 100th anniversary of the Chapel of St. Thomas Aquinas architect Emmanuel-Louis Masqueray’s death.
Read More

St. Thomas Newsroom   author
“Creating Sacred Space” is co-presented by the Sacred Arts Festival and the Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning at the University of St. Thomas. The event is free and open to the public.
Read More