The Institute of International Education’s Open Doors Report 2017 recently released its annual report on international enrollment and U.S. students who study abroad during college.
School of Law student Christina Espey-Sundt '17 will study refugee and immigration law in Amsterdam, Netherlands. Senior Mitchell Sullivan, a triple major in German, international studies and political science, heads to Germany in the Fulbright's English Teaching Assistantship program.
The Office of Study Abroad at the University of St. Thomas will host two webinars: Global Learning, Technology, and Big Data: Expanding the Use of Analytics in February and Assessing Global Learning: Methods, Metrics and Meaning in April.
The annual Open Doors Report on international education shows St. Thomas continues to show strong, and growing, international student enrollment and study abroad participation.
Each fall for the past 20 years, a growing cohort of St. Thomas business undergraduates have escaped the confines of their American classrooms and traveled to the U.K. to spend a semester studying in London as ...
Dr. Monica Hartmann, Economics Department, will lead the first iteration of the program in fall 2016 and teach ECON 251 Principles of Macroeconomics.
St. Thomas will welcome home 137 fall semester study abroad students and soon will be sending off 133 spring semester students, 62 VISION participants and a record-breaking 630 J-Term students.
Thirteen master’s students from the International Leadership Program and the Murray Institute saw history in the making this summer during a trip to Cuba as part of a study abroad experience.
The Institute of International Education’s Open Doors Report 2015 recently released its annual report on international enrollment and U.S. students who study abroad during college.
Opus College of Business Dean Stefanie Lenway traveled to India to explore opportunities for St. Thomas students to study abroad and work in local social enterprises during a J. Term course.
As Cuba opens up for Americans, 11 students in the International Leadership Program and two from the Murray Institute will be among the first to witness the island country’s transition. The Obama administration...
Tom Jeffers, adjunct Gaelic professor, and Clar Johnston, the current Irish Language Fulbright Scholar on campus, will host an introductory meeting into Gaelic from noon-1 p.m. Thursday, March 19, in O’Shaughnessy Educational Center, Room 306.
“There is a different definition of failure in Minnesota...in Silicon Valley it’s a celebration for learning.”
The Open Doors 2014 report showed that St. Thomas’ undergraduate study abroad participation is on the rise, ranking eighth this year, and remains among the leading American institutions for undergraduate students who study abroad. International student enrollment at St. Thomas retained its fifth-place rank among Minnesota colleges and universities.
As the Star Tribune’s Adam Belz pointed out Sunday, many Minnesota technology companies are being sold and moving operations to large tech firms.
It will surprise almost no one to learn that the U.S. health care system faces a number of challenges, writes Peter Young, Ph.D. The two most vivid facts being that we spend one and a half times more on health care than any other country, while being far from the top in terms of broad performance measures.
Marine Melin is an Evening UST MBA exchange student from IAE of Caen, France, here to learn about American business culture and practices. We invited her to share some of her insights on the cultural differences she’s experienced while at St. Thomas.
The differing perspectives that Evening UST MBA student Travis Bezella gained while studying abroad shed new light "on what I believed I knew about business being truly global." Many of these interactions challenged him to consider his MBA experience, as well as his career, in a completely new light.
India has a lot to teach the rest of the world, writes Pleasant Radford, Jr. in a reflection on his study abroad trip there this J-Term. We must be willing to listen, observe, and appreciate the beauty in its “managed chaos.”