The event is sponsored by the Career Development Center.
Faith Thursday will be held monthly throughout the academic year.
Stop in between 12:30 and 1:30 p.m. tomorrow.
The Tommies host Concordia College of Moorhead at 7 p.m. today.
Candidates for this position on the Undergraduate Student Government must not reside in university-owned housing.
Tommie will hand out treats from noon to 1 p.m. today to those who are wearing purple.
A service organization, STLF participants can fulfill Bus 200 requirements. Learn about the club's "Pay It Forward Tour," which will be held over spring break in Dallas, Texas.
All exempt and non-exempt staff are invited to this brown bag session on Oct. 5.
Campus radio station KUST is looking for a DJ to play independent, alternative and local music. If interested, attend KUST's meeting today or e-mail the station.
Peer Ministry coordinator Molly Bird outlines the program and the 2010-11 transition to it from the Hall Chaplain program.
The "Inside Washington" seminar, Jan. 2-15, will include on-site visits to Capitol Hill, executive agencies, think tanks, trade associations and media organizations.
Company representatives will give a presentation about the business management associate position, an entry-level sales management training opportunity for graduating seniors.
A representative from Family Means Credit Counseling will lead three free workshops: “What is My Money Personality?” “Take Charge of Your Money,” and “Give Me Some Credit!”
The Marketing Your International Experience seminar will be held Wednesday.
Junior Achievement volunteering is easy and flexible; choose from a multitude of hours, locations and classrooms. Four information sessions will be held this week.
The dialogue will be held Wednesday, Sept. 29.
Fourteen staff members recently joined the campus community.
This week's guest speaker is Dr. Doug Latch, assistant professor of chemistry at Seattle University.
A kick-off event will be held Thursday, Oct. 7.
SIFE's mission is to bring together the top leaders of today and tomorrow to create a better, more sustainable world through the positive power of business.
Last year, St. Thomas students raised more than $70,000 for the hospital.
The passports are packed with coupons and discounts for shows, rentals, activities and food.
Meeting topics will include membership, plans for the semester and research in neuroscience.
Local businesses will show the products, services and internships they can offer to students.
These student leaders will serve throughout the 2010-2011 academic year.