Fellowship recipients will receive $4,000 stipends to support their research on an array of topics from a feminist perspective; faculty sponsors will receive $1,500 stipends.
Everyone, from interested students to professionals, is invited to register online to attend one or more of these professional development workshops.
Choose from a wide variety of courses and international locations.
The courses: Topics in Ecology and Culture in Korea, Management 480 in London and Ireland, and The Church in Latin America in Guatemala.
Apply for the James E. and Katherine C. O’Phelan Scholarship and/or the Niels and Carol Sorensen Scholarship by Friday, March 8.
Individuals of all faith traditions are invited to participate during this time of preparation for Holy Week and Easter. Pick up a reflection journal and stay in touch with Campus Ministry and the Wellness Center on Facebook for a chance to win a $100 bookstore gift card.
Pick up a free Rediscover Catholicism book, by Matthew Kelly, at Mass on Ash Wednesday, Feb. 13; join a discussion group; and attend a talk by Father Michael Becker on “Spiritual Intoxication and the Meaning of Life.”
Prime dates are open at the Gainey Center for spring and summer retreats.
Watch for Wellness Center and Dining Services "AdjUST Your Meal" signs and a "Swap This for That" campaign in several Anderson Student Center dining locations.
All requests for the presence of an archbishop or bishop are handled through the President’s Office and must be made in advance.
Meet with a financial aid counselor to consider the implications of withdrawing from school. The federal financial aid policy may result in students owing money to the university.
Students who wish to rent a single-family house or a duplex within the city of St. Paul Student Housing Overlay District surrounding UST must make certain the property is a registered-and-approved student rental.
Juniors and seniors seeking internships and entry-level jobs should apply for an interview at least 14 days in advance. To be eligible for the OCI program, students must attend an Orientation to On-Campus Interviewing seminar.
Undergraduate students may follow the proper procedures to drop classes through Friday, Feb. 15.
Students, faculty and staff are invited to a reception for Consul General of Ireland Aidan Cronin, who will give brief remarks. This event is of special interest to students who wish to study in Ireland.
Students must be officially registered in 12 or more credits per semester to receive their maximum awards.
Celebrate on Thursday, Jan. 17, with free pizza and cake. Donations of children’s toys for those 3 to 12 years old will be accepted to support a Cheerful Givers nonprofit collection for children whose families can’t afford birthday celebrations.
International Student Services connects volunteer families with international students so that they can participate in occasional American household activities and life in the United States.
Keep in mind: Water will not be available in Owens and O'Shaughnessy science halls for drinking, washing hands or flushing toilets.
Undergraduate final grades deadline is Jan. 2.
Accounts Payable announced this increase, which applies to UST business use of personal vehicles.
Employees can complete a new W-4 form at any time. Michigan and North Dakota residents who work in Minnesota must complete a new MWR form by Feb. 28 to continue exemption from Minnesota income tax withholding in 2013.
Openings are available for summer 2013 and the 2013-14 academic year. The application deadline is Thursday, Feb. 7.
The UST Child Development Center offers this chance to shop from a collection of carefully selected quality children’s books and help the center to build its library.
One day only: Take advantage of great deals at 40 percent off for Christmas gift giving.