Both lectures are free and open to the public.
The growing number of single-family rentals is contributing to a chronic shortage of moderately priced homes on the market.
The free concert in St. Mary’s Chapel is presented by the Society for the Doctrinal Affectation of Baroque Music.
Saint John Vianney College Seminary Announces a New Residence in Rome at the Pontifical Irish College
The undergraduate seminarians will reside there while taking classes at the Pontifical University of St. Thomas Aquinas.
Scientists Say New Method of Analyzing Ocean Heat Content Provides ‘Key Metric’ for Measuring Global Warming
St. Thomas’ John Abraham is part of an international group of five climate scientists who say the new methods offer strong vindication of global warming computer models. They recently published their findings in the journal Ocean Science.
How a Psychology Professor and a Wellness Director Just Might Put Alarm-Clock Factories Out of Business
Dr. Roxanne Prichard and Birdie Cunningham are spreading the gospel of how much better life can be with a good night’s sleep under your belt.
Semiannual Survey of the Region’s Commercial Real Estate Experts Finds Them in a ‘Slightly Positive, More Optimistic’ Mood
The same 50 industry leaders have been polled on market conditions for the 10th time in five years. This time around there was less variation in their responses.
And the transformation has happened in about a decade. That’s the takeaway from a survey conducted this fall by St. Thomas marketing professors.
New Book by St. Thomas Communications Professor Looks at How Digital and Social Media are Changing Families
Join Carol Bruess and contributing author Meg Wilkes Karraker for a Dec. 1 discussion on what they learned about this “great big human, digital-age experiment.”
Students in Thomas Bushlack’s Christian Theological Tradition class will discuss their experiences at a Dec. 2 poster session.
14th Annual St. Thomas Survey Finds Twin Cities Holiday Shoppers Haven’t Lost Their Post-Recession Optimism
Researchers predict $850 in household holiday spending, the second-highest found by marketing professors in the 14 years of their spending-intent survey.
The university’s annual enrollment report reveals several positive trends: more students of color, one of the best freshman-to-sophomore persistence rates ever, and growth in engineering programs.
September Conference in Cambridge, England, to Explore Issues Surrounding the Patenting of Life Forms
The “Patents on Life” conference is co-sponsored by the Von Hügel Institute at the University of Cambridge and the Terrence J. Murphy Institute for Catholic Thought, Law and Public Policy at the University of St. Thomas.
“Bill” Malevich, who served more than a quarter century as dean, left an extensive written legacy in the form of his popular “Ask the Dean” columns.