On a sunny Tuesday morning, hundreds of staff, faculty and students lined the sidewalks of the lower quad on St. Thomas' St. Paul campus as the class of 2023 participated in the annual March Through the Arches procession.
Dozens of students from the class of 2023 came to campus the week before classes start to kick-start their entrepreneurial education during the two-day Freshman Innovation Immersion, an annual program by the Schulze School of Entrepreneurship.
A free seven-week accelerator for early-stage companies, gBETA is a partnership with the Schulze School of Entrepreneurship and gener8tor, a nationally ranked start-up accelerator, and is available to St. Thomas students and alumni.
The St. Thomas community celebrated three commencement ceremonies May 25 and 26, with 1,400 undergraduate students, more than 1,200 graduate students and 61 Dougherty Family College students becoming alumni.
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 2019. Sights and Sounds highlight...
Congratulations to all 2019 graduates, including undergraduates, graduates, and those from Dougherty Family College! In honor of these graduates and their accomplishments, let's look back at all of the remarkable things they did while they were Tommies.
OPUS College of Business wanted to help find a way to better prepare St. Thomas students for these technological changes in the workplace. They responded by creating an event series focused on emerging technology in business. “EmTech St. Thomas”
The University of San Diego (USD) and the University of St. Thomas announced today a joint venture that will increase the scope and scale of social entrepreneurship ecosystem at their respective universities and beyond.
On Saturday, Georgia State University students Chante Knox and Dia Davis were named the winners of the Schulze Entrepreneurship Challenge, one of the nation’s largest undergraduate business pitch competitions. They secured $75,000 in funding from the Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation to support their budding business, DelivHer.
Farhad Manjoo, op-ed columnist for The New York Times, will be the keynote speaker at this year's Opus College of Business Stakeholder Dialogue on May 2. The Newsroom recently connected with him to discuss ethics in a digital technology era, "alternative facts," Bob Dylan and more.