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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.
University students deliver needed nutrition to neighborhoods in food deserts.
Faculty gathered in the O’Shaughnessy-Frey Library on Wednesday to celebrate Chris Anson, who along with program director Erika Scheuer has developed and led St. Thomas’ Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) program since 2009.
Approximately 200 scholars gathered at the University of St. Thomas Minneapolis campus June 21-23 for the 10th International Conference on Catholic Social Thought and Business Education, and Sixth Colloquium on Christian Humanism in Business and Society.
St. Thomas has received a $1 million grant from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) to support efforts to engage all students in science – regardless of background.
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Fred de Sam Lazaro’s “Under-Told Stories” project at St. Thomas profiles social entrepreneurs who solve problems around the world.
Jill Schleicher ’11 researches what’s actually going on inside a volcano and how that information might inform predictions of when one will erupt.
The Master of Arts in Catholic Studies (CSMA) Online program will launch this fall with the goal of reaching a new generation and creating more flexible learning opportunities for nontraditional students.
The annual March Through the Arches, undergraduate and graduate commencement ceremonies bring the St. Thomas community together to recognize the accomplishments of the Class of 2018. Sights and Sounds highlight...
More than 1,300 undergraduate students officially became part of the St. Thomas alumni community on Saturday as the Class of 2018 received their degrees. O'Shaughnessy Stadium was filled with thousands more family, friends, faculty and staff as the university celebrated the accomplishments of so many Tommies.
The Office of Academic Affairs is pleased to announce affirmative decisions on promotion following the conclusion of the Tenure and Promotion Committee meetings in May 2018.
Congratulations to Cara Anthony and Adam Green, who are the first two winners of a new faculty award that recognizes excellence in academic advising.
Congratulations, Class of '18 – you did it! We celebrate some of the amazing accomplishments of your years at St. Thomas with a roundup of all the Newsroom stories spotlighting graduating seniors.
The Office of Academic Affairs and the Center for the Common Good are pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Jessica Hodge, associate professor in the Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice, as the faculty director for community engagement.