2017 Spring, Academic News, College of Arts and Sciences, Current Students, Faculty, Homepage, News, Our Community, Publications, St. Thomas Magazine, Theology, Top News
A professor and a student use video games as a tool for better understanding abstract biblical ideas.
Debbie Montgomery, St. Paul's first female officer, started in the Rondo neighborhood as the youngest member of the NAACP's Board of Directors.
2017 Spring, Academic News, Faculty, Homepage, News, Our Community, Perspectives, Publications, School of Social Work, St. Thomas Magazine, Top News
Through her determination and perseverance, Dr. Barbara Shank has built the School of Social Work from four faculty and 50 students to 31 faculty and 600 students in her nearly 40 years at St. Thomas.
2017 Winter, Current Students, Homepage, News, Our Community, Publications, St. Thomas Magazine, Top News
The support of his wife, Andee, who doubles as a full-time caretaker, has been critical for St. Thomas' Kyle Reid as he lives life with post-traumatic stress disorder and conversion disorder.
Twin Cities Academy has become one of the leading charter schools in Minnesota. It’s no surprise that Tommies are involved at all levels.
2017 Winter, Academic News, Commentary, Homepage, News, Publications, School of Law, School of Law News Feed, St. Thomas Magazine, Top News
Law and Public Policy Professor Thomas Berg reflects on public fears about Donald Trump's upcoming presidency.
Communication and journalism professor Carol Bruess delivers positive support and “radical encouragement.”
2017 Winter, Academic News, Homepage, News, Publications, School of Engineering, St. Thomas Magazine, Top News
How Einstein, church business and the inexorable vision of an ambitious professor led to the 1922 collapse of engineering at St. Thomas.
Mark Neuzil’s love of nature (and everything that flows through it) is evident in his new book on the history of North American canoes.
Greg Ogin was part of a massive community effort to detect gravitational waves for the first time.