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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.
Students in the School of Engineering curriculum work on design and engineering problems with local industries. This year's Senior Design Clinic Show will take place Friday, May 5, from 2:30-5 p.m. in Scooter's in the Anderson Student Center.
The purple light emanating from the Owens Science Hall greenhouse isn't the School of Engineering's homage to the late, great Prince. A cross-departmental team at St. Thomas is testing a robot with the overall goal of addressing the world crisis of food shortages and the development of new technologies to grow healthy crops using less man-made and natural resources.
With the tutelage of a world-renowned professor like Dr. John Abraham and publication credits with smart titles such as "Alterations of Blood Flow Through Arteries Following Atherectomy and the Impact on Pressure Variation and Velocity" to her credit, Lauren Vallez landed one of the nation's most coveted fellowships.
Engineering professor Sarah Baxter is helping junior Anna Schellpfeffer explore as many opportunities as she can at St. Thomas.
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The Office of Academic Affairs is pleased to announce affirmative decisions on promotion and tenure following the conclusion of the Tenure and Promotion Committee meetings in December and February.
Undergraduates Murad Abduselam, Hannah Brodersen, Annabelle Hamilton and Paige Huschka are the first students at St. Thomas to become University Innovation Fellows.
U.S. Rep. Betty McCollum hosted a town hall on climate change at St. Thomas on Feb. 23. She was joined by St. Thomas engineering professor John Abraham and University of Minnesota professor Mark Seeley.
Climate change will be the focus of a town hall discussion Feb. 23 involving U.S. Rep. Betty McCollum, Dr. John Abraham of St. Thomas, and two other climate and weather experts.
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How Einstein, church business and the inexorable vision of an ambitious professor led to the 1922 collapse of engineering at St. Thomas.
Greg Ogin was part of a massive community effort to detect gravitational waves for the first time.
Three keynote talks that will be given during the Oct. 6-8 conference are free and open to the public.
St. Thomas has maintained a stable position in the “Best Colleges” rankings published by U.S. News & World Report, and the undergraduate engineering and business programs moved up in their rankings.
Scientists Say New Method of Analyzing Ocean Heat Content Provides ‘Key Metric’ for Measuring Global Warming
St. Thomas’ John Abraham is part of an international group of five climate scientists who say the new methods offer strong vindication of global warming computer models. They recently published their findings in the journal Ocean Science.
The Office of Academic Affairs is pleased to announce affirmative decisions on promotion and tenure following the conclusion of the Tenure and Promotion Committee meetings in May.
Funded by an Xcel Energy grant, the center will be used for teaching as well as for researching and testing alternative-energy components so that power generated by microgrids is fully compatible with a region’s main power grid.
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By visiting each other’s classrooms, faculty have learned new techniques, including the "flipped classroom" in which students watch lecture videos before class and spend class time more engaged with the material.