On Saturday, Georgia State University students Chante Knox and Dia Davis were named the winners of the Schulze Entrepreneurship Challenge, one of the nation’s largest undergraduate business pitch competitions. They secured $75,000 in funding from the Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation to support their budding business, DelivHer.
A new weekly podcast spotlighting faculty experts from St. Thomas Opus College of Business and local entrepreneurs is debuting April 10.
Last fall, the School of Education’s Candace Chou and a group of graduate students brought virtual reality to teens at St. Paul’s Rondo Community Library.
St. Thomas was one of 57 schools to receive a highly competitive, five-year, $1 million Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) Inclusive Excellence Grant.
At its heart, the Playful Learning Lab is a research group focused on creating fun, unique and engaging hands-on experiences for PK-12 students and educators.
On Friday, the Opus College of Business Schulze School of Entrepreneurship hosted its annual St. Thomas Business Plan Competition at Schulze Hall where $30,000 was on the line for budding entrepreneurs.
Through St. Thomas' Center for Engineering Education, K-12 educators are learning about innovations in engineering education and how to bring those advances into their classrooms.
The University of St. Thomas’ School of Education is on the forefront of trying to help fill the special education teacher shortage through multiple program offerings that include special education residencies in local school systems.
The University of St. Thomas will host the Hubbs Children's Literature Conference on Feb. 16. Read about the power of children's picture books in this Q&A.
Meet Amira Warren-Yearby, president of the Black Empowerment Student Alliance and one of this year’s three Tommie Award finalists.
Students, faculty, staff and community members attended the second installment in the St. Thomas School of Education’s Dean Forum series on Wednesday at Opus Hall in Minneapolis.
Humans of St. Thomas catches up with Amy Helgeson, a first-year entrepreneur who wants her businesses to advance the common good, including her company, Skyrocket, aimed at helping senior citizens be entrepreneurs themselves.
Racial literacy in the digital age is the topic of the next School of Education Dean's Forum, which takes place Jan. 23.
Communication and journalism major Dylan Barrett is a jack of all trades, and master of several of them for good measure.
Last Friday at Anderson Student Center’s James B. Woulfe Alumni Hall, $62,000 in scholarships was awarded to an innovative group of students taking part in the Fowler Business Concept Challenge.
St. Thomas is ranked 10th in the nation for undergraduate study abroad participation at doctoral schools, once again landing in the top 10.