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In the classroom, Caroline Little, a French teacher at Saint Thomas Academy for 17 years, constantly pushes the boundaries of what it is to be a language teacher by merging her love of all things French with her passion for science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
Thousands of St. Thomas community members gathered in the Anderson Athletic and Recreation Complex fieldhouse on Wednesday, signaling with their overwhelming presence that St. Thomas is ready for change.
President Julie Sullivan invites the St. Thomas community a campus-wide meeting on Oct. 31 at 1 p.m. as a kickoff to the university’s commitment to action and is a critical step in boldly addressing systemic racism and hate in our community.
On Oct. 19, we were deeply saddened to learn of a bias-motivated incident in Brady Hall. It is a blatant disregard for our university commitment to be welcoming and inclusive and our conviction to diversity. The university is actively investigating the incident and calls on anyone who may have knowledge of the situation to come forward.
Denis McDonough, senior principal at Markle Foundation and former White House chief of staff in the Obama administration, kicked off the 28th annual St. Thomas Alumni Association First Friday Speaker Series on Oct. 5.
Archbishop John Ireland founded St. Thomas in 1885 and left an indelible mark on Minnesota history. One-hundred years after his death, the St. Thomas community celebrates its founding father.
Kathlene Holmes Campbell started her new role as dean of the School of Education at the beginning of June. Over the past few months, Campbell has been busy getting the message out about her vision for the schoo...
Bank customers naturally assume that their information is kept confidential. For Tara Tittrington '17 MBC, an information security specialist at U.S. Bank, it's serious business – and a responsibility that she's well suited for as a self-described "most tenacious Tommie."
“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 ...
While most people think entrepreneurship is synonymous with business, it is far from the only career choice for majors in the field. In fact, many graduates take an “intrapreneurial” route allowing them the opportunity to bring their own, unique entrepreneurial skills into an established company looking for innovative employees to boost growth.
For 52 years, Steve Fritz has solidified his legacy as one of the school’s great Tommies. Now, that legacy will follow him into retirement. The 2018-19 academic year will be Fritz’s final at St. Thomas as he steps away from his position as athletic director after 27 years.
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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 has received a STARS rating in recognition of its sustainability achievements from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE). STARS, the Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System measures and encourages sustainability in all aspects of higher education.
The Class of 2022 walked onto campus Tuesday and took their place in the St. Thomas community with March Through the Arches.
Journalist, entrepreneur and serial gatherer of big ideas Peter Leyden will speak at St. Thomas on Sept. 10 in the College of Arts and Sciences’ inaugural Convening the College event.
Code and Chords has teamed up with PBS' "SciGirls" TV show to create an episode for the 2019 season, highlighting the learning experiences of three students from Metro Deaf School.
The Distinguished Alumnus/Alumna Award honors an individual for leadership and service to St. Thomas, the community and in his or her field of endeavor. This year’s recipient is Mary K. Brainerd ’79 MBA, a national expert in the health-care industry.
James E. Daly ’69 is the 2018 recipient of the Humanitarian Award, which recognizes an individual’s contributions to the betterment of the spiritual and material welfare of the less fortunate.
Mark A. Zesbaugh, CEO of Security Life Insurance Company of America, is the 2018 recipient of the Monsignor James Lavin Award. This award honors an alumnus/alumna of St. Thomas for outstanding contributions and service to the University of St. Thomas Alumni Association, its programs and services
Senior Fatoumata Jaiteh saw problems with maternal care at a hospital in her native Gambia during a visit last summer. Now, she's doing something to help.
Each year, nearly 2,000 students come through the Executive Education program, which, at 60 years old, is more dynamic and nimble than ever.