Kimberly Vrudny rehearses the history of service-learning at St. Thomas, and outlines our current mission and aspirations for the future.
Loddavahn Elizabeth Tolzmann will serve for the School of Law; Lucy Saliger will serve for the College of Arts and Science.
He was the father of Barbara Jo Stahl, adjunct faculty and off-campus coordinator of special education and gifted education, Department of Special Education and Gifted Education, and grandfather of Melissa Jaeger '03.
The link to the site can be found on the IE website, on the right side under “Community SharePoint Resources."
Pope Francis emphasized the critical role of Catholic education during his visit to the United States.
In his third column for theology matters, Bernard Brady reflects on the value of a Catholic education.
According to research by the Shenehon Center for Real Estate, the 13-county Twin Cities region compares favorably to other metro areas thanks to wages and strong housing-market fundamentals.
Dr. Camille George reflects on the transition of the International Education Center to the Center for Global and Local Engagement, and reports on her first six months on the job.
In the pope's address to Congress, he spoke about the shared values between American and Catholic values.
Dr. Erika Scheurer, associate professor of English and director of Writing Across the Curriculum, shares her personal experiences with Project for Mindfulness and Contemplation, including meditating with students in classes. For those interested in learning more, there will be a meditation "sit-in" at noon Tuesday, Sept. 29, on the lower quad.
Sponsored by the Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning, the symposium marks the 50th anniversary of the Second Vatican Council’s “Nostra Aetate.”
Register for a complimentary booth online by Oct. 4.
Pope Francis took time to reflect on the role of an ideal bishop – a position waiting to be filled in the Twin Cities.
The exhibit is an interactive, interdisciplinary space that explores technology and culture.
Each member will have a direct voice in deciding what the class gift will support, assist in rallying classmates to demonstrate their senior pride and help the Class of 2016 leave a lasting legacy at St. Thomas.
Phased retirement enables participating individuals to plan effectively and transition into retirement by reducing workload and salary while retaining benefits, faculty rights and privileges during the transition.
The first of many events will be a Sept. 29 reception and lecture by German Consul General Herbert Quelle. All are welcome.
The first American pope arrives in the United States with great expectations.
St. Thomas Vice President for Mission Father Larry Snyder weighs in on Pope Francis, what he teaches us and how he challenges us.
She was the mother of Jenny O'Brien, assistant director of annual giving.
As the game approaches, Vice President for Student Affairs Karen Lange asks everyone to be mindful about exercising good sports conduct, respecting all in attendance and representing our university in a positive manner.
The coordinating council solicits input from the St. Thomas community on issues of concern to women and decides on the best strategy for addressing those issues.
On Monday, Sept. 21, faculty, staff and students will be invited to participate in an online survey that will be used to gather university-wide input regarding issues relevant to a campus master planning process.
To celebrate the new space, HR will host an open house from 8:30-10 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 6, on the second floor of Aquinas Hall.
The scholarship is for St. Thomas students who are recovering from alcoholic or chemical addictions.