Second-year law student Eduardo Salgado Diaz ‘14 said he never aspired to be a lawyer, but was motivated to attend law school while working as an English as a Second Language (ESL) teacher for Minneapolis Public Schools.
A new analysis shows the world’s oceans were the warmest in 2019 than any other time in recorded human history, especially between the surface and a depth of 2,000 meters. The study was conducted by an international team of 14 scientists from 11 institutes across the world, including School of Engineering professor John Abraham.
Seniors Madison Morehouse and Sarah Isse have teamed with Minneapolis nonprofit Cookie Cart each of the last two semesters to bring its student workers to St. Thomas for a full-day Beginning Business Acumen Conference, exposing them to life as college students and connecting their budding skill sets to college futures.
The University of St. Thomas Prolife Center has filed an amicus curiae brief on behalf of Concerned Women for America and the Charlotte Lozier Institute with the Supreme Court of the United States in the case of June Medical Services, LLC v. Gee.
The Newsroom caught up with the School of Engineering's Manjeet Rege, director of the Center for Applied Artificial Intelligence, to ask about the center's launch in response to a growing need to educate ethically around AI.
Senior mechanical engineering major and St. Thomas swim and dive team member Lucas Manke was recently named top cadet in the nation by the Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps, which follows Savannah Johnson being named Air Force ROTC's top cadet in the nation less than a year ago.
President Julie Sullivan today announced a new strategic planning process that will engage our community in developing our university priorities for the next five years. Community conversations around “St. Thomas 2025” will begin in January, and your voice is needed to help create the road map for our shared goals.
Study abroad has long been – and continues to be – a huge part of the St. Thomas experience of educating global citizens: Last year 772 students studied outside the United States, which ranks ranks 17th in the nation for undergraduate study abroad participation at doctoral institutions, and the top in Minnesota.
Please remember in your prayers alumnus Paul Sirba, former spiritual director of the St. Paul Seminary and bishop of the Roman Catholic Church's diocese in Duluth for the past 10 years. He died Dec. 1.
Earlier this year, Tim Lewis, PhD, Vice Provost of Global Learning and Strategy at St. Thomas, traveled to Nairobi, Kenya on a recruitment mission. Lewis spent four-and-a-half days touring four different high schools, meeting with students and guidance counselors, and speaking about St. Thomas and higher education, in general.