Loewen also will speak on campus in a free public address Monday, March 15, and be part of the UST Challenge Day activities.
Apply for a Young Scholars Grant, Community-Based Research Grant or a Summer Housing Grant by April 9.
Discussion about the Palestinian-Israeli conflict will follow the movie tomorrow in the John R. Roach Center for the Liberal Arts.
Pick up two free $15 Tommie Taxi vouchers today (while they last).
Participants can expect to improve their interpersonal communication and storytelling. They will experience techniques for the exchange of stories with students and learn how story serves as the foundation for dialogue and intercultural communication.
The course will compare how Minneapolis; Portland, Ore.; Victoria, BC.; and Vancouver, B.C.; make and implement policies that promote urban sustainability.
The event was scheduled for Tuesday, March 2.
Scholarships to attend the Minnesota League of Women Voters' Leaders of Today and Tomorrow Women's Leadership Conference are available for undergraduate and graduate women.
Stop on by the Career Development Center from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m Thursday, March 4.
Roll tape: Honor students who have made a difference in your life or on campus.
Keep informed via social media about events, activities and services offered by Personal Counseling.
C. Judson King will discuss global trends in engineering education and the importance of rooting engineering education in a liberal foundation.
Jon Yanta, a UST alumnus and senior vice president of brokerage services at NorthMarq, will be today's guest speaker.
Get request forms online to obtain funding for spring 2010.
The weekly Chemistry Seminar is held at 2:55 p.m. Fridays in Owens Science Hall.
Design a workout that can be done anywhere and at your convenience. Stop by the Wellness Center to pick up a booklet while supplies last.
Use Facebook, Twitter, two LinkedIn accounts and even a blog to keep informed about what the Career Development Center has to offer and what it can do for you.
Courses are available in Guatemala, Tanzania and Tibet.
Register with a nonprofit organization to complete your Business 200 requirement.
See what your colleagues are up to.
The meeting will begin at 12:30 p.m. in the Fireside Room, Murray-Herrick Campus Center.
The movie will be shown tomorrow, Feb. 23; a short discussion period will follow. Students in Sociology 251 can obtain extra credit for attending this event.
Online applications will be accepted today through Friday, Feb.26.
Junior Achievement volunteering is easy and flexible; choose from a multitude of hours, locations and classrooms. Information sessions will be held today, tomorrow and Wednesday.
Students interested in Middle Eastern and North African studies are invted to attend.