In this letter from the summer 2021 issue of St. Thomas Lawyer, School of Law Dean Robert Vischer addresses how the community has brought a distinctive perspective to debates about the law and legal education.
As we reflect upon 20 years of educating St. Thomas lawyers, success can be defined in many ways. One keen example is seeing our graduates apply skills cultivated during law school for the benefit of society through public service.
The redesigned Master of Science in Business Analytics and the Graduate Certificate in Business Analytics programs at Opus College of Business emphasize experiential learning to prepare graduates to serve in analytics translator roles.
The impact of Monsignor Terrence J. Murphy, the namesake of the Terrence J. Murphy Institute for Catholic Thought, Law and Public Policy, who served as the University of St. Thomas president from 1966-91, will continue to be felt for generations thanks to a generous gift from his family.
As Pride Month draws to a close, the Newsroom asked some St. Thomas LGBTQIA+ faculty and staff members for book recommendations to help provide the university community some diverse perspectives. Here are their thoughts on some recommended reading.
While wandering through campus, St. Thomas community members may have stumbled across the quiet garden at the rear of the Chapel of St. Thomas Aquinas with a statue of the Virgin Mary as its centerpiece.
As the Melrose and The Toro Company Center for Principled Leadership at the University of St. Thomas approaches the one-year anniversary of its transition from the former Center for Ethics in Practice, the Newsroom connected with Academic Director Dr. Christopher Michaelson and Executive Director Dr. Nicole Zwieg Daly on highlights, podcasts, award nominations, books to read this summer and more.