This award, given every year by the Center for Global and Local Engagement, recognizes one St. Thomas faculty member for innovation and excellence in integrating sustainability into one of his or her courses.
Beloved former Dining Services employee Dorothy "Dottie" Piper died Wednesday at 94 years old. She worked at St. Thomas from 1998-2014 as a card swiper outside the Café in Murray-Herrick Campus Center and The View in Anderson Student Center.
The Career Development Center sent out a survey to those graduating during the 2014-15 school year and found that 94.63 percent reported employment, enrollment in a graduate program, volunteer service or enlistment in the military.
The Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice also presented the John C. Gessner Memorial Scholarship, Sociologists for Women in Society Award, James G. Ahler Award and Mikulay Misencik Endowed Scholarship in Criminal Justice.
COJO faculty member Xioawen Guan, Vice President of Student Affairs Karen Lange and senior biochemistry major Raymond Nkwain Kindva will be recognized for the contributions to fostering global citizenship at St. Thomas on April 30.