“For our students to succeed academically and live happy, productive lives, it is imperative that we proactively care for their health and well-being.” That is the motivation Madonna McDermott said guided ...
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Professional notes for Sept. 8, 2018, featuring the work of St. Thomas faculty throughout the summer months.
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The need for mental health support for adolescents and young adults is better understood than ever before, and college campuses such as St. Thomas' are an important space in the ongoing evolution of care.
The University of St. Thomas will kick off the 2018-19 academic year with a host of traditional events for students, faculty and staff.
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.
On Thursday, April 19, the St. Thomas community will gather to celebrate its employees and highlight the incredible things they have accomplished to the university in their time here.
The Office for Diversity and Inclusion is launching a Diversity Roundtable on Feb. 19 and invites all members of the campus community to participate.
Professor Tom Ippoliti Receives John Ireland Presidential Award for Outstanding Achievement as a Teacher-Scholar
The award, presented since 2008, recognizes outstanding academic achievement of faculty in teaching and scholarship, and exemplifies the mission and values of the University of St. Thomas as an institution committed to the teacher-scholar model.
Father Dennis Dease, president emeritus of St. Thomas, has received the Rev. Theodore Hesburgh Award, named after the late University of Notre Dame president, for “outstanding contributions to Catholic higher education,” from the Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities.
St. Thomas’ own Gino Giovannelli, a digital marketing guru and an Opus College of Business Distinguished Service Faculty member, is the person behind the host committee's high-profile website.
Geography and environmental studies students Alice Ready and Emma Rinn are experimenting with how drone imagery can support the work of The Nature Conservancy.
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Associate Professor of Engineering AnnMarie Thomas and St. Thomas students are helping rock band OK Go launch OK Go Sandbox, an online portal providing learners and educators a way to engage with concepts in playful and unexpected ways.
Students who lack sleep are more likely to abuse drugs, experience depression and seriously consider suicide. St. Thomas' Center for College Sleep addresses these issues.
Bryant Smith, communications specialist, author and workshop leader, led a conversation on examining the N-word to a standing-room-only crowd in the Anderson Student Center on Wednesday, Nov. 8.
Dr. Elizabeth Kindall received the University Scholars Grant; and Dr. Gloria Frost and Dr. Mark McInroy each received the Distinguished Early Career Grant.
Jack Queenan started doing chemistry research on diabetes with Lisa Prevette while still in high school. This fall, he will start his first official year as a Tommie.
The soft launch of OneStThomas is underway, with early adopters being trained in and starting to use the university's new intranet platform.
College of Arts and Sciences Dean Yohuru Williams talks St. Thomas, student-faculty relationships and enjoying the Minnesota sky.
Jeni McDermott, assistant professor in the Department of Geology, took two students to Norway this summer to research why the country has mountainous terrain.
Since 2008, professor Tom Ippoliti has led research on compounds used against bacterial diseases, which are becoming resistant to the drugs currently used to treat them.
Katherine Hill has begun to weave voting registration and engagement as a potential tool for social workers into her classes because she believes it is one way to empower social work clients to have a voice.