Nakeisha S. Lewis, associate dean of undergraduate and accelerated master’s programs and DEI ambassador at Opus College of Business, addressed actionable steps to improve diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI).
Amid what should be his busiest season, entrepreneur Mohamed Malim encountered an obstacle when the Facebook ads his small business depends on were pulled abruptly as part of the social media platform's ban on ...
"A Christmas Carol & The Common Good," a recent virtual event exploring art, business and ethics in the spirit of the Charles Dickens’ holiday classic, offered some students from the Melrose & The Toro ...
The Newsroom connected with John Olson, Opus College of Business professor of operations and supply chain management, who explains how the pandemic illustrates why a career as a data scientist or a business analyst is the wave of the future.
The Minnesota Real Estate Hall of Fame will posthumously induct the late Herb Tousley, who headed the University of St. Thomas’ nationally renowned real estate program from 2014 until his death in January 2020.
Opus College of Business recently unveiled the Business in a Digital World (BDW) initiative, designed to prepare University of St. Thomas students for relevance in a future of constant and exponential technological growth.
“'A Christmas Carol' and the Common Good,” presented by the Guthrie Theater and the Melrose and The Toro Company Center for Principled Leadership at the University of St. Thomas, will examine themes of leadership, social justice and business ethics through the lens of the Charles Dickens classic, "A Christmas Carol."
The St. Thomas Diversity Action Response Team (DART) and the Office for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion co-sponsored a conversation that explored events related to the police killing of Breonna Taylor.
The University of St. Thomas’ transformation from a small liberal arts school into a comprehensive urban university is nothing new in the Twin Cities, Minnesota and certain pockets of the Upper Midwest.
Nearly 600 St. Thomas community members gathered virtually over Zoom for the 2020-21 academic convocation, in which two important topics – the COVID-19 pandemic and racial injustice – were frequently addressed.