The audit identified 56 of the 1,211 active dependents enrolled in the University of St. Thomas medical plan ineligible to receive benefits.
St. Thomas' Art History Department will host "Stop the Presses: Graphic Art in a New Light," which opened last month, as part of the art crawl this Friday.
Check out what faculty, staff and students at St. Thomas have accomplished this week.
See what faculty, staff and students at UST have been up to this week.
Father Jan Michael Joncas penned two compositions that were premiered in public worship in Europe earlier this month.
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"Stop the Presses: Graphic Art in a New Light" features graphic artists with local ties.
Alumni and community members interested in a membership or touring the new facility are invited.
Register now to reserve a spot in one of the four classes offered this semester.
St. Thomas is ranked 38th nationally out of more than 200 accredited law schools.
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Dr. Gabrielle Vail, a specialist on Mayan glyphs and codices, will give a lecture, "Venus Warriors and Feathered Serpents: The Celestial World of the Prehispanic Maya," Friday evening.
Take a look at what St. Thomas faculty, students and staff are doing in their fields.
Steve Trost, St. Thomas' greenhouse manager, will be available to answer questions at an open house from 9 a.m. to noon tomorrow.
Read the first professional notes of fall semester here.
In addition to the opening of the Anderson Athletic and Recreation Complex, a lot more has happened at St. Thomas since the end of spring semester.
Here are some summertime notes from members of the UST community.
It took two years, but the Frank Gehry-designed structure is finally being rebuilt at its new home on St. Thomas' Daniel C. Gainey Conference Center grounds in Owatonna.
St. Thomas faculty, staff and students are keeping busy this summer.
The University of St. Thomas is a longtime sponsor of Music in Owatonna, and sponsor of this year's marching band festival.
The large amount of construction, unfortunately, will make for a noisier campus this summer. The university regrets the inconvenience but hopes everyone understands its need to stay on schedule so buildings can open or reopen before fall semester.
Radio stations started calling Thursday morning after their Ireland Hall video hit YouTube.
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Dr. James Garber will receive a Bachelor of Arts degree on Saturday, May 22. He first began to pursue the degree 58 years ago at the start of a long and rich academic life.
UST students, faculty and staff have been keeping busy. Check out their accomplishments here.