A group of University of St. Thomas students recently returned from the Stanford d.school where they took part in University Innovation Fellows training.
Garcia is grateful for the plentiful research opportunities available at St. Thomas, which paved the road to her being offered a full scholarship to earn a Ph.D. at Rutgers University's School of Biomedical Sciences.
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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.
The study, published today in the medical journal JAMA Internal Medicine, examines the technically illegal sale of used CPAP machines on Craigslist in 18 U.S. cities.
How a Psychology Professor and a Wellness Director Just Might Put Alarm-Clock Factories Out of Business
Dr. Roxanne Prichard and Birdie Cunningham are spreading the gospel of how much better life can be with a good night’s sleep under your belt.
Sophomore Ashley DeMaio studied how self-talk – talking in third person vs. first – might help reduce racial disparities in prison sentences.
Though the clinical dimension of psychology is certainly its most well-known aspect, St. Thomas students master the science of psychology through the psychology curriculum and through hands-on work in active research teams.
Monica Hartmann, professor of economics, and J. Roxanne Prichard, associate professor of psychology, explain their research on college students' sleep habits and their effects on academic performance.
A shifted papal policy, Peterson’s potential plea deal, and plagiarism in this week’s headlines.
Sept. 19 is International Talk Like a Pirate Day. Celebrate with this arrrr-ticle on a student study inspired by pirates and what they might reveal of our fear of the dark.
A popular place for undergraduates on a sticky August afternoon in St. Paul might be the trails near the Mississippi River at Hidden Falls or the shady parks around Lake Como. But a summer stroll into Owens Science Hall finds a group of students contemplating some of the deepest mysteries of life.