Twin Cities Business magazine recognized President Julie Sullivan and Distinguished University Chair, Professor and Founding Director of the Racial Justice Initiative Yohuru Williams on its “TCB100: The People to Know in 2021” list at a virtual ceremony last night.
An independent panel of national legal experts chaired by Professor Mark Osler released its report on the conviction and sentencing of Myon Burrell, who is currently serving a life sentence in Minnesota for the 2002 death of 11-year-old Tyesha Edwards.
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.
School of Law alumna Tori Kee ’20 J.D. has been hired as the clinical law fellow for the St. Thomas Community Justice Project (CJP), the newest donor-funded St. Thomas Archbishop Ireland Justice Fellowship.
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.
The Newsroom recently caught up with Athena Hollins '11 J.D., director of diversity and inclusion for the Minnesota State Bar Association, who also was elected to the Minnesota House of Representatives for District 66B.
St. Thomas Law students Annie Boeckers and Megan Massie have been collaborating with law professor Greg Sisk to compile data for a third installment of his research into religious liberty decisions in the federal courts.
“'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 Institute of International Education recently released Open Doors Report 2020. St. Thomas has the most international students among private universities in Minnesota and remains fourth in the state overall for international enrollment.
Archie Black, CEO and president of SPS Commerce, sat down with Distinguished University Chair, Professor and Founding Director of the Racial Justice Initiative Dr. Yohuru Williams on Nov. 6 for the First Friday Speaker Series.