Charles Morgan Kisutu ‘11 has taken the skills and passion for giving back that he cultivated at St. Thomas back to his native country of Uganda.
Hundreds of St. Thomas students are spending their J-Term and spring semesters studying abroad in courses across 27 countries, four states and nearly 100 cities around the world.
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Senior Victor Sikeley is a double major in leadership and management along with business law, and is the founder of the company Initiative for a Better Africa, which strives to make Africa a better place for everyone to learn.
The Office of Academic Affairs is pleased to announce affirmative decisions on promotion following the conclusion of the Tenure and Promotion Committee meetings in Dec. 2018.
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St. Thomas has approved a new undergraduate curriculum.
The University of St. Thomas Schulze School of Entrepreneurship has announced it will host BestPrep’s Minnesota Business Venture career and leadership summer camp for high school students at its St. Paul campus July 7-12, 2019.
Last Friday at Anderson Student Center’s James B. Woulfe Alumni Hall, $62,000 in scholarships was awarded to an innovative group of students taking part in the Fowler Business Concept Challenge.
The Fowler Business Concept Challenge is entering its 10th year of competition. Take a look back at a decade of winning ideas.
Twenty-five high school students came together at St. Thomas on Thursday for the inaugural Synergy Program, a partnership between the accounting program and PricewaterhouseCoopers aimed at improving diverse representation in the accounting field.
A group of University of St. Thomas students recently returned from the Stanford d.school where they took part in University Innovation Fellows training.
Unlikely entrepreneurs Susan Wuollett ’11 MBA and her husband Michael Wuollett ’11 MBA are finding tremendous success on their own with Protégé Biomedical since leaving their corporate jobs with Wells Fargo and 3M, respectively.
The Office of Academic Affairs and the Center for Faculty Development recently awarded two of their highest honors to four St. Thomas faculty members. Dr. Bruce Gleason and Dr. Mufaddal Baxamusa each received the University Scholars Grant, while Dr. Katharine Hill and Dr. Joshua Stuchlik each received the Distinguished Early Career Grant.
The first-year class maintains St. Thomas’ recent record-setting academic profile, with an average high school GPA of 3.6 and a mid-50th percentile ACT range of 24-29.
The clock is ticking for anyone interested in entering this year’s Fowler Business Concept Challenge. With an Oct. 22 deadline, the Fowler is open to all St. Thomas students regardless of their major. The compe...
Thanks to two pioneering individuals with St. Thomas ties and a group of dedicated colleagues, the 2,500-year-old practice of mindfulness is spreading across the University of St. Thomas.
Two companies with St. Thomas ties – Solupal and BarBud – are division finalists in this year’s MN Cup, the largest statewide startup competition in the nation.
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."
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All it takes is one idea. That’s the spirit behind the Fowler Business Concept Challenge. Open to all St. Thomas students regardless of their field of study, the Fowler is a chance to unleash your inner entrepreneur and win your share of more than $40,000 in scholarships
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.
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Professional notes for Sept. 8, 2018, featuring the work of St. Thomas faculty throughout the summer months.