Senior Mohamed Malim, Associate Professor and Bachelor of Social Work program Director Dr. Katharine Hill, and community partners Gayle Godfrey and the behavioral health staff at Regions Hospital have received Minnesota Campus Compact Awards for their leadership and civic engagement.
The university recently welcomed Amir Nadav as its new assistant director of campus sustainability, a role long-envisioned as a key piece of organizing and coordinating St. Thomas’ growing work in sustainability.
Students at the University of St. Thomas learn quickly that faculty aren't just there to lecture. With small class sizes and a culture built on strong relationships with students, faculty have a vested interest in every student and helping them reach their full potential.
The Newsroom talks with Opus College of Business assistant professor Ashley Stadler-Blank and her sports marketing expertise during the lead up to the nation's biggest sporting event being held in Minneapolis.
Fifty years after the landmark Fair Housing Act, how fair and equitable is housing in the Twin Cities? Join the Catholic Charities Advocacy Team and the University of St. Thomas Center for Common Good as we explore perspectives related to racial discrimination and its impact on housing stability.
Undergraduate students from around the Midwest will gather at St. Thomas Feb. 23-24 for an interfaith conference, “Interfaith Storytelling for a Vibrant Democracy: Engaging the Diverse, the Devout, and the ‘Nones.’”
St. Thomas currently boasts 112 former valedictorians in its undergraduate body. We caught up with some of the members of the prestigious group to find out what brought them to St. Thomas and how the university has helped further their academic careers.
Please remember in your prayers Katherine Kjellgren, who died on Jan. 10, 2018 after fighting cancer for several years. She was the sister of Eric Kjellgren, curator of the American Museum of Asmat Art and Art History faculty member.
Schulze School of Entrepreneurship is proud to welcome MPR’s Chris Farrell to campus in February, for the second event in a series of conversations about the creative economy and entrepreneurship. The events are free and open to the public with advanced registration.
On Feb. 11, 2 p.m. Aquinas Chapel, the sacred jazz music of legendary composer/pianist Mary Lou Williams will be presented in new arrangements by Laura Caviani and Kari Musil, and performed by jazz vocalists accompanied by the Swing Sisterhood Big Band.