St. Thomas has hired Judith Dorin as director of prestigious international scholarships, putting in place a key resource for students and faculty to secure research funding, particularly through the Fulbright Program.
Sixteen parking spaces in a St. Thomas lot at Grand and Cleveland avenues can be used only by customers of Davanni’s and Coffee Bene, effective Tuesday, April 3.
Faculty and staff will receive an email on or about Wednesday, March 21, that provides a link to the draft of the Assurance Argument. Embedded in the argument are links to evidence and links to short, open-ended Qualtrics surveys for feedback.
Archbishop Bernard Hebda and Auxiliary Bishop Andrew Cozzens are planning their calendars for the coming 2018-19 fiscal year (July 1, 2018-June 30, 2019).
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.
With a goal of increasing overall awareness for the academic reputation and graduate outcomes of St. Thomas, our Marketing, Insights and Communications team, in partnership with the College of Arts and Sciences, the School of Engineering and the Schulze School of Entrepreneurship, is launching a new TV, radio and social campaign starting today.
Please remember in your prayers Dr. Don Briel, founder and longtime director of the Center for Catholic Studies, who died on Thursday.
The St. Thomas campus community is invited to join friends and colleagues at the annual Employee Recognition Celebration on Thursday, April 19.
e-Fest is a three-day celebration of undergraduate entrepreneurship in April at St. Thomas, where students have the chance to compete for over $250,000 in cash prizes for the best business ideas
Annie Youngblood, a senior majoring in environmental science and justice and peace studies, has been involved as a student leader at St. Thomas in a variety of ways, including as an orientation leader, swim team manager, and research assistant in the biology department.
The Office for Diversity and Inclusion is launching a Diversity Roundtable on Feb. 19 and invites all members of the campus community to participate.
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This week's professional notes include faculty Carol Bruess, Kristine DeVinck, John Floeder, David Jenkins, N. Curtis LeMay, Stephen Hipp, Michael Hollerich, Mike Klein, Anne Klejment, Thomas Margevičius, Mark Neuzil, Chip Small, Dalma Martinovic-Weigelt, William Ojala, James Rogers, Deborah Savage, William Stevenson, Daniel Tight, Muffet Trout, John Del Vecchio, Lisa Waldner, Christian Washburn, William Stevenson, Paul Wojda, Kevin Zilverberg, Marites Guino-o, J. Thomas Ippoliti, Brittany Nelson-Cheeseman, Lisa Prevette and Kristine Wammer; students Jane Feely, Jaya Dhami, Michael Stodolka, Samantha Whitcomb, Ryan Johnson, Nick Battaglia, Mikayla Newby, Cecelia Kinane, Mike Patton, Emily Whitwam, Maria Neuzil, Michael Stodolka, Anna Folska, Hannah Ganzel, Brittany Haas, Jack Queenan, Thomas Wieser, Kathryn Breuckman, Madeline Hankard, Quinn Whiting and Joe Herrli.
She was a former stewardship officer in the Development Office and wife of Gene Scapanski, former vice president for mission, and longtime administrator and professor at St. Thomas and The Saint Paul Seminary School of Divinity.