The event will include an opportunity for St. Thomas seniors to learn about the John Ireland Scholarship, which provides a full scholarship for full-time graduate studies in theology.
Cuisine from Greece, Saudi Arabia, Germany, China and Korea will be served during the week.
Junior Fartun Dirie's research project turned abstract ideas into concrete maps. Through these "mental maps," she seeks to understand local Somalis' view on residential desireability, migration decisions and how they perceive the Twin Cities' landscape.
The annual Minnesota Tekne Awards honor those who play a significant role in discovering new technologies that educate, improve lifestyles and impact the lives and futures of people living in Minnesota and all over the world.
The prestigious annual award honors a book published in English in the previous year that reflects universal concerns of adult educators.
This week's notes feature Dr. Michael Andregg, Dr. Mark Neuzil, Dr. Shirley Polejewski, James Rogers, Dr. Tori Svoboda and Dr. Kimberly Vrudny.
Sociology student Kylee Joosten and her adviser, Dr. Lisa Waldner, researched differences in how males and females act as perpetrators of sexual coercion.
The most notable highlight from this year's report is the 67.8 percent increase in students from Saudi Arabia.
This week's notes feature Dr. Sarah Armstrong, Dr. Stephen Brookfield and Dr. Matthew Kent.
Grants are available to support mentored undergraduate research during spring semester 2013.
This week's notes feature Dr. David Jamieson and Deacon Andrew Jaspers.
Over the summer, Fekadu conducted a research project that studied the painting of street murals over gang-tagged Minneapolis businesses with artist Jimmy Longoria, the only Chicano/Latino/Hispanic to be awarded a Bush Foundation Artist Fellowship.
Community Cleanup is a service event in which teams of students join together to clean the yards of elderly and disabled UST neighbors.
This week's notes feature Dr. Mel Gray, Dr. David Kelley, Dr. Thomas Redshaw and James Rogers.
Wolfe, a psychology professor at St. Thomas, will host free, weekly classes on light relaxation techniques through the end of fall semester.
With the help of two State Department Critical Language Scholarships, senior Antanina Ricceri studied Arabic in Oman, Jordan and Morocco.
This week's notes feature faculty George Baboila, Dr. Mike Klein, Dr. Patricia Stankovitch, Dr. Martin Warren, Virgil Wiebe, Dr. Meg Wilkes Karraker and Jennifer Wright; staff Mark Jensen; and doctoral students Peter Keenan and Kristen Stevens.
Father Dease also was inducted as an honorary member of the Quarter Century Club to celebrate his final year as president.
The English Department is pleased to announce “Work” as this year’s Common Context for its 100-level writing courses.
Since its inception in 1982, Banned Books Week has promoted the idea that while not every book is intended for every reader, each person has the right to decide what to read, listen to or view.
Family Weekend Slated for Oct. 5-7; Legendary Drummer Max Weinberg to Perform With Instrumental Jazz Ensemble
Among this years speakers and performers are Max Weinberg, legendary drummer of Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band, and St. Thomas faculty members Dr. Carol Bruess, Dr. Gerald Ruch, Dr. Richard Sathe and Dr. Victoria Young.
This week's notes feature T. Dean Maines, Dr. Nathaniel "Nat" Nelson and Dr. John Wendt.
This month through November, ISS invites all students,faculty and staff to celebrate fall with CultureLink tea, International Education Week and the Thanksgiving family-match program.
This week's notes feature staff member Samba Dieng; faculty Dr. Leah Domine, Dr. Len Jennings, Dr. Vanessa Cornett-Murtada, Dr. Kevin Thiessen, Dr. Daniel Tight, Dr. Lisa Waldner, Dr. Meg Wilkes Karraker and Dr. Kyle Zimmer; doctoral students Ashley Gulden and Michael Oien; and alumna Jen Blank.
Batt's first published work, Sugarhouse, is his harrowing and often hilarious story of renovating a Salt Lake City crack house. Miller's Y, her sixth collection of poetry, "describes motherhood with a broad-ranging intelligence, a fierce humor, and an elegant, emotive poetic line," according to her publisher, Graywolf Press. Batt and Miller are faculty members in the English Department and will read from their works on Friday, Sept. 21.