Annie Hejny '12 collects water and sediment from local lakes and rivers to create textured abstract images.
Since 2007 when it began as the McNair Scholars program at St. Thomas, Excel! has provided an academic enrichment program that helps undergraduate students who are first-generation, low-income or from underrepresented populations to acquire the necessary education, training and experience required to build an academic portfolio vital to successfully gaining graduate school admission and to earning fellowships and funding based on merit.
President Julie Sullivan discusses the university's accomplishments related to its designation as an Ashoka Changemaker Campus.
University students deliver needed nutrition to neighborhoods in food deserts.
2018 Summer, Academic News, College of Arts and Sciences, Communication and Journalism, Homepage, News, St. Thomas Magazine, Top News
Fred de Sam Lazaro’s “Under-Told Stories” project at St. Thomas profiles social entrepreneurs who solve problems around the world.
Jill Schleicher ’11 researches what’s actually going on inside a volcano and how that information might inform predictions of when one will erupt.
Jason Utgaard ’07 and his company, The Spotted Door, help turn today's trash into tomorrow's treasures.
Laura Dean, who received St. Thomas' first full-tuition science scholarship, has delivered more than 3,000 babies and is now chief of staff.
For 60 years after their first date at St. Thomas, Gerald and Henrietta Rauenhorst were generous benefactors; now their children are carrying the torch.
2018 Winter, Academic News, Common Good, Current Students, Dougherty Family College, News, Our Community, Publications, St. Thomas Magazine, Top News
Dougherty Family College welcomes the newest Tommies.
Geography and environmental studies students Alice Ready and Emma Rinn are experimenting with how drone imagery can support the work of The Nature Conservancy.
Students who lack sleep are more likely to abuse drugs, experience depression and seriously consider suicide. St. Thomas' Center for College Sleep addresses these issues.
Agricultural runoff is polluting the Raccoon River, a source of drinking water for 500,000 Iowa residents. Because editor Art Cullen ’80 has never shied away from tackling such tough issues, he now holds a Pulitzer Prize.