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Please Remember in Your Prayers Donald Ryan

Please remember in your prayers Tom Ryan’s father, Donald J. Ryan, 90, father of Tom Ryan, Vice President for Institutional Advancement at The Saint Paul Seminary School of Divinity.
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Please remember in your prayers Joan Bartley

Please remember in your prayers Joan Bartley, sister of Marie Aho, technical process analyst at St. Thomas.Bartley, 84, died Thursday, Dec. 28. A private family memorial will be held to honor and remember h...
A male and female student sit back to back, signifying coeducation.

Forty Years of Coeducation: Mary Zimmer ’84

A regional president for Wells Fargo Advisors, Zimmer’s passion for advancing women’s roles in the finance field has helped advance her career, kept her connected to her alma mater and defined her legacy as a Tommie.

And the Beat Goes On

Engineering students create an implantable medical device that may replace the need for pacemaker batteries.
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President’s Office Hours Dec. 12 and 14

St. Thomas President Julie Sullivan will hold office hours 2-4 p.m. in St. Paul on Tuesday, Dec. 12, in Room 100, Aquinas Hall, and in Minneapolis 2-4 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 14, in Room 289, Terrence Murphy Hall.
Alice Ready (left), Emma Rinn and Prof. Paul Lorah upload a survey route to their DJI Inspire drone before sending it out to survey the Weaver Dunes. (Photos by Mike Ekern ’02)

Little Drone on the Prairie

Geography and environmental studies students Alice Ready and Emma Rinn are experimenting with how drone imagery can support the work of The Nature Conservancy.
Ok Go band member Damian Kulash demonstrates a tuning fork during the recording of an educational video for OK Go Sandbox on September 24, 2017 in the Facilities and Design Center. School of Engineering professor AnnMarie Thomas and her playful learning lab collaborated with the band OK Go to make the video.

St. Thomas Helps Launch OK Go Sandbox

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.