Each year, nearly 2,000 students come through the Executive Education program, which, at 60 years old, is more dynamic and nimble than ever.
The University of St. Thomas is pleased to announce the appointment of Amy McDonough to the position of chief of staff and liaison to the Office of the President effective July 16.
Zippia, an online career company, named St. Thomas the best in Minnesota as part of a nationwide study to determine the best colleges and universities in each state for graduates securing employment.
Jill Schleicher ’11 researches what’s actually going on inside a volcano and how that information might inform predictions of when one will erupt.
Jason Utgaard ’07 and his company, The Spotted Door, help turn today's trash into tomorrow's treasures.
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 2018. Sights and Sounds highlight...
More than 1,300 undergraduate students officially became part of the St. Thomas alumni community on Saturday as the Class of 2018 received their degrees. O'Shaughnessy Stadium was filled with thousands more family, friends, faculty and staff as the university celebrated the accomplishments of so many Tommies.
Aaron Ames '01 cultivated his love of engineering and math at St. Thomas. He now leads a robotics lab at Caltech, which is at the forefront of creating robots that mimic human walking.
The University of St. Thomas will celebrate its annual St. Thomas Day on Wednesday, May 3. The event honors recipients of the Monsignor James Lavin Award, Professor of the Year Award, Humanitarian Award, Tommie Award and Distinguished Alumnus/Alumna Award.
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Susan Wuollett '11 MBA and Michael Wuollett '11 MBA have leveraged their education and the St. Thomas network into a dynamic, growing medical device company.
The Bush Fellowship will provide Nicholas Kor ’11, Dr. Joanna Ramirez Barrett (mini-MBA), Dr. Tamim Saidi (mini-MBA) and Jeff Dykstra (executive MBA) with up to $100,000 over 12 to 24 months to pursue learning experiences that help them develop leadership skills and attributes.
Well before St. Thomas' awareness campaign brought three groups of Tommies' stories to TV screens across the Midwest, the featured students and alumni stepped into the experience of being part of commercial shoots. The Newsroom asked each about their experience and what it's like to share their "We Are Tommies" story with the world.
For three members of U.S. Bancorp's innovation team – David Berglund, Kristin Hough Frame and David Marrese – their development for being part of that future-shaping process shares a common thread: their time in the MBA program at St. Thomas.
Laura Dean, who received St. Thomas' first full-tuition science scholarship, has delivered more than 3,000 babies and is now chief of staff.
Thanks to the support of her St. Thomas education and faculty research collaborators, Sarah Millholland '15 is helping chart our universe, one exoplanet at a time.
Of the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal's annual "40 Under 40" list honoring young business and community leaders from throughout the Twin Cities, an unprecedented 10 are connected to St. Thomas as alumni or current employees.
A geology major who racked up a huge range of research and teaching experience at St. Thomas, Nick Hermann '13 went on to Vanderbilt University for a master’s, worked at NASA and for the Bureau of Land Management, and now helps Pilot Gold track down gold in Arizona.
Mike McAvoy '02, president and CEO of The Onion, one of the nation’s leading satirical publications, spoke at First Friday about satire, fake news and the importance of critical thinking.
Katherine Boosalis '81 was part of the first St. Thomas graduating class of women, but was familiar with St. Thomas well before attending thanks to her father being an economics professor.
Well-Read Mom, which has grown into a world-wide influence, brings Catholic moms together to read and talk about great literature once a month.
Mark Janke '04 reflects on the trip to Rome he and his wife Maria led in 2014, which was an opportunity for students at the Bernardi Campus in Florida to experience the Catholic tradition in the Eternal City.