Martinez has nearly 20 years of marketing experience with General Mills, most recently serving as vice president of marketing and sales capabilities in Latin America.
A national championship and undefeated season for the men and a second straight trip to nationals for the women made the spring lacrosse season a major success at St. Thomas in 2016.
The Saint John Vianney's annual Wiffle Ball World Series is a marquee event on the "God Quad" of St. Thomas' north campus, complete with national anthem, root beer floats and a championship trophy.
Working for MN Adopt, two St. Thomas Master's in Social Work alumni are earning national recognition for their work in creating a new model for adoptive services.
Beloved former Dining Services employee Dorothy "Dottie" Piper died Wednesday at 94 years old. She worked at St. Thomas from 1998-2014 as a card swiper outside the Café in Murray-Herrick Campus Center and The View in Anderson Student Center.
Between taking classes themselves and opening up educational opportunities for family members at St. Thomas and elsewhere, many university employees have enjoyed the benefit of tuition remission.
Explore through our interactive map of "Tommie Territories" some of the many places around the United States and world that St. Thomas students call home.
A new program offers students an opportunity to live and learn in small communities, creating a depth of experience that reaches beyond the classroom.
How a post-graduation road trip led two Tommies on a journey of self-discovery that helped bear witness to the humanity in all of us.
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Communication and journalism professor Xiaowen Guan's whole life is a blend of cultures, from her Chinese roots, to her research, to her Irish husband, to her Star Wars-approved son's name.
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A gunshot wound left St. Thomas graduate student Sam Olukiran alone and helpless on a street in Ibadan, Nigeria. This is how he survived, found Minnesota and now tries to make every moment - and every person - matter.
St. Thomas psychology professor John Tauer, Ph.D., led a group of panelists in discussing what "Winning With Integrity" means in today's sports landscape.
Father Erich Rutten, St. Thomas' director of Campus Ministry since 2007, will accept a new position from the Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis later this spring.