The Forum on Workplace Inclusion (FWI) at the University of St. Thomas announced its open call for presentations for its 31st annual FWI Conference.
The University of St. Thomas is demonstrating its commitment to interfaith dialogue and the common good by holding the Eid Carnival event on June 16 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the lower quad on the John P. Monahan Plaza.
Congratulations, Class of '18 – you did it! We celebrate some of the amazing accomplishments of your years at St. Thomas with a roundup of all the Newsroom stories spotlighting graduating seniors.
"The Tommies: A Leadership Recognition Ceremony" was held Thursday in James B. Woulfe Alumni Hall at the Anderson Student Center. The annual celebration of the St. Thomas community recognizes student leadership on campus and the significant contributions made by students, staff and faculty.
President Julie Sullivan’s brown-bag session on March 13 addressed personal safety on campus and featured Karen Lange, vice president for student affairs, and Dan Meuwissen, public safety director, giving an introductory training to developing a personal safety plan, as well as outlining the many campus resources.
St. Thomas students and Wonderlust Productions are partnering for a performance on Wednesday, March 14, at 7 p.m. in Scooter's, exploring the meaning of the common good and what it's like to be a student at St. Thomas.
Bob Klanderud's talk was part six of eight of the Encountering Religious and Cultural Traditions series being hosted by the Jay Phillips Center for Interfaith Learning.
Lynsey Addario is an American photojournalist who has covered conflicts in Iraq, Afghanistan, Darfur, Republic of the Congo and Haiti.
The event, which explored racial discrimination and its impact on housing stability, was hosted by the Catholic Charities Advocacy Team and the University of St. Thomas Center for Common Good.
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.
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.
“Zip Codes – Destination or Destiny?” Center for Common Good to Host Panel on Racial Discrimination and Housing Stability
Fifty years after the landmark Fair Housing Act, how fair and equitable is housing in the Twin Cities? Join the Catholic Charities Advocacy Team and the University of St. Thomas Center for Common Good as we explore perspectives related to racial discrimination and its impact on housing stability.
This session is the fourth in a yearlong series of eight on Encountering Religious and Cultural Traditions: A Series Fostering Religious Literacy and Interreligious Understanding.
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.
St. Thomas' new Veterans Resource Center opens Nov. 10 and promises to be a one-stop-shop for supporting veteran students' needs.
Pizza will teach about the lived experience of contemporary Paganisms and new religious movements on Thursday, Oct. 19, at noon in the Anderson Student Center, Iversen Hearth Room.
“The Oneness of God and the Diversity of Religions” will be presented on Monday, Oct. 23.
In the midst of Homecoming Week and its annual celebration of past and present, former Gov. Tim Pawlenty spoke about the future, specifically artificial intelligence, new technologies and the dawn of the fourth industrial revolution.
Got a great idea for a new business or social venture? Then you’ll want to check out the Fowler Business Concept Challenge.
Kristi Hemmer, founder and CEO of the Academy for Women’s Empowerment, is leading a four-part series on "Helping Women Become Entrepreneurs for Good."
The Project for Mindfulness and Contemplation is sponsoring the pilot, which encourages community members to take a conscious breath.
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Deans Robert Vischer and Yohuru Williams discussed whether Confederate monuments should be brought down across the United States.
The conference, which will take place Oct. 7, commemorates the beginning of the Reformation, and is open to the public.