The Newsroom recently sat down with Liz Kelly, managing editor of LOGOS journal, about the success of her latest book, "Jesus Approaches: What Contemporary Women Can Learn about Healing, Freedom & Joy from the Women of the New Testament."
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The chapel at the University of St. Thomas has served its campus well for nearly 100 years. Thanks to the generosity of donors, it will now be brought into the 21st century with expanded spaces and amenities that will serve the contemporary needs of the entire community.
A group of University of St. Thomas students recently returned from the Stanford d.school where they took part in University Innovation Fellows training.
The Office of Academic Affairs and the Center for Faculty Development recently awarded two of their highest honors to four St. Thomas faculty members. Dr. Bruce Gleason and Dr. Mufaddal Baxamusa each received the University Scholars Grant, while Dr. Katharine Hill and Dr. Joshua Stuchlik each received the Distinguished Early Career Grant.
Eleven St. Thomas students representing eight commitments attended the Clinton Global Initiative University Oct. 19-21 in Chicago.
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Bontu Gemeda spent a lot of her St. Thomas journey unsure of what she wanted to study, until the Excel! Scholars program and a faculty mentor helped her realize a passion for history.
The first-year class maintains St. Thomas’ recent record-setting academic profile, with an average high school GPA of 3.6 and a mid-50th percentile ACT range of 24-29.
As the confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh have continued to unfold in recent weeks, St. Thomas faculty have made substantial contributions to the public discussion.
Thanks to two pioneering individuals with St. Thomas ties and a group of dedicated colleagues, the 2,500-year-old practice of mindfulness is spreading across the University of St. Thomas.
While the student traffic across Summit Avenue is much lighter, things are far from quiet on the St. Thomas campus over the summer months. Dozens of Tommies - 44, to be exact - are spending their summer working full-time on research thanks to funding from St. Thomas grants, including Young Scholars, Community-based Research and Sustainability Scholars.
Celebrating Founder's Day 100 years after the death of Archbishop John Ireland, the founding leader of St. Thomas, the community gathered on the St. Paul campus Sept. 25. Professor of Theology Bernard Brady spoke to those gathered about Ireland's vision as a changemaker.
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Professional notes for Sept. 8, 2018, featuring the work of St. Thomas faculty throughout the summer months.
Journalist, entrepreneur and serial gatherer of big ideas Peter Leyden will speak at St. Thomas on Sept. 10 in the College of Arts and Sciences’ inaugural Convening the College event.
More than 80 incoming first-years from across the Midwest - and as far away as Colorado - took part in the Schulze School of Entrepreneurship’s First-year Innovation Immersion workshop at St. Thomas this week.
Dozens of Tommies - 44, to be exact - are spending their summer working full-time on research thanks to funding from St. Thomas grants, including Young Scholars, Community-based Research and Sustainability Scholars. The Newsroom caught up with some of these emerging scholars to find out what they're studying, why they're so interested in it, and what it's been like to become dedicated researchers.
Seven St. Thomas students were part of a 12-student cohort of African-American men named Ciresi Walburn Scholars.
In partnership with Center for Prevention at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota, ThreeSixty Journalism conducted a one-week TV broadcast camp.
After spending the past eight weeks working on research with faculty mentors, this year’s nine Excel! Scholars delivered their findings to a room filled with friends, family and faculty at McNeely Hall on July 26.
Senior Fatoumata Jaiteh saw problems with maternal care at a hospital in her native Gambia during a visit last summer. Now, she's doing something to help.