In partnership with Center for Prevention at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota, ThreeSixty Journalism conducted a one-week TV broadcast camp.
University students deliver needed nutrition to neighborhoods in food deserts.
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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.
Dr. Lauren Braswell’s psychology course – which also won the 2017 Campus Compact President’s Community Partner award – is one of several academic community engagement courses coordinated through the university’s Center for Common Good.
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This week's professional notes include faculty Carol Bruess, Kristine DeVinck, John Floeder, David Jenkins, N. Curtis LeMay, Stephen Hipp, Michael Hollerich, Mike Klein, Anne Klejment, Thomas Margevičius, Mark Neuzil, Chip Small, Dalma Martinovic-Weigelt, William Ojala, James Rogers, Deborah Savage, William Stevenson, Daniel Tight, Muffet Trout, John Del Vecchio, Lisa Waldner, Christian Washburn, William Stevenson, Paul Wojda, Kevin Zilverberg, Marites Guino-o, J. Thomas Ippoliti, Brittany Nelson-Cheeseman, Lisa Prevette and Kristine Wammer; students Jane Feely, Jaya Dhami, Michael Stodolka, Samantha Whitcomb, Ryan Johnson, Nick Battaglia, Mikayla Newby, Cecelia Kinane, Mike Patton, Emily Whitwam, Maria Neuzil, Michael Stodolka, Anna Folska, Hannah Ganzel, Brittany Haas, Jack Queenan, Thomas Wieser, Kathryn Breuckman, Madeline Hankard, Quinn Whiting and Joe Herrli.
The four female graduates of the Crotty family are among a series of stories on alumane the Newsroom will feature this year as we celebrate 40 years of coeducation.
Joyce Terhaar was part of the first class of women at St. Thomas and is now executive editor of The Sacramento Bee newspaper.
Storyteller Brittany Chaffee '10 is one of several stories on alumnae the Newsroom will feature this year as we celebrate 40 years of coeducation.
Danielle Wong spent her summer interning for MPR, which put her on the front lines of covering a major protest.
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This week's professional notes include faculty George Baboila, Michael Blaakman, Tony Borgerding, William Calvert, Mark DelCogliano, Danaya Franke, Anne Klejment, Nanette Missaghi, Shelley Neilsen-Gatti, Mark Neuzil, Sister Katarina Schuth, Gerald W. Schlabach, Pat Stankovitch, Amy Steele, Chelley Vician, Christian D. Washburn and Father Kevin Zilverberg; staff Birdie Cunningham, Hans Gustafson, Doug Hennes, Ea Porter, Buffy Smith and Artika Tyner; students Roy Pierson, Elizabeth Thao, Tyekeela Xiong and Yang Yang; and alumna Diana Salinas.
This week's professional notes include faculty Dave Deavel, Bruce Gleason, Jane Hurley Johncox, Bob Koerpel, Emily Sauter, Kevin Sauter, Gerald Schlabach and Dale Thompson; and staff member Ea Porter.
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In the ranks of seniors graduating this weekend, we have students who earned the Chief’s Award from the City of St. Paul for helping a woman in distress in 2014, a student who served as an ambassador on a Minnesota trade mission to Mexico, and students who have done research on everything from political cynicism to drying breadfruit. Read a roundup of the stories the Newsroom has written about Class of 2017 students since they arrived on campus.
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Art Cullen, a 1980 St. Thomas graduate, had a strong feeling he would win the Pulitzer Prize for a series of editorials in the Storm Lake Times, a 3,000-circulation, twice-a-week newspaper in northwestern Iowa. Turns out he was right.
Two St. Thomas College of Arts and Science professors – Mark Neuzil of Communication and Journalism and Edward "Ted" Ulrich of Theology – will travel to the Czech Republic and India, respectively, during the 2017-18 school year as part of the prestigious Fulbright Scholar Program.
Communication and journalism professor Carol Bruess delivers positive support and “radical encouragement.”
Mark Neuzil’s love of nature (and everything that flows through it) is evident in his new book on the history of North American canoes.
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This week's notes feature faculty Lisa Abendroth, Jean-Pierre Bongila, Sanjeev Bordoloi, Rosemond Desir, Michael Devaughn, Yu Gao, Bruce Gleason, Kyle Goldschmidt, Thomas Hickson, Michael Hollerich, John Holst, Len Jennings, David Kelley, Elizabeth Kindall, Sameer Kumar, Lisa Lamb, Paul Lorah, Christopher Michaelson, Mark Neuzil, Jason Pattit, Janine Sanders-Jones, Erika Scheurer, Ivancica Schrunk, Patricia Stankovitch, Kevin Theissen, Greg Vandergrift, Chelley Vician and Christian Washburn; staff Nanette Missaghi, Talia Nadir, Ea Porter and Dan Taylor; student Jacob Pauna; and alumnus Jacob Frahm '14.
St. Thomas Communication and Journalism professor Mark Neuzil joined the Newsroom to discuss the complexities of telling Mother Nature's story, and making sure people will take the time to understand it.
Senior Mallory Patrow researched her fellow students' optimism and cynicism on the United States political system and got some interesting results.
A collaboration between Cristo Rey Jesuit High and the University of St. Thomas put youths in charge of research that explored the realities of first-generation college students.
Patrick Condon '95 has covered politics for 20 years and has plenty of thoughts on today's political scene.
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This week's notes feature faculty David Alexander, Candace Chou, Bryana French, Peter Gregg, John D. Holst, David Jamieson, Len Jennings, Michael Naughton, Michael O'Donnell, Sandy Rathod, Salina Renninger, Erika Scheurer; and staff Talia Nadir and Linda Sloan.
This week's notes features faculty Carole Bagley, Robert Barnett, Bill Brendel, Jean Davidson, Heidi Giebel, Bruce Gleason, David Jamieson, Anne King, R. Mary Lemmons, Steven McMichael, Mark Neuzil, Doug Orzolek, Deborah Savage, Kate Schaefers, Susan Stabile, Nancy Weidenfeller and Meg Wilkes Karraker; and staff Karen Harthorn.
Thirty-three students will each give a dynamic, six-minute talk on a topic they have become passionate about in the course on Tuesdays and Thursdays in April and May in O'Shaughnessy-Frey Library.