Amy Pence-Brown ’05 MA holds body positive boot camps for women and teens, regularly blogs about issues, has just finished writing a book and frequently talks to media about the body positive work she does.
In early October, Dean of the School of Education at the University of St. Thomas Kathlene Holmes Campbell participated in “Reimagining Teacher Preparation Together, a two-day convening held by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in Seattle.
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In the classroom, Caroline Little, a French teacher at Saint Thomas Academy for 17 years, constantly pushes the boundaries of what it is to be a language teacher by merging her love of all things French with her passion for science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).
Thousands of St. Thomas community members gathered in the Anderson Athletic and Recreation Complex fieldhouse on Wednesday, signaling with their overwhelming presence that St. Thomas is ready for change.
Sarah Kilibarda ’04, Kathy Klos ’07 and 3L Juana Cardenas represent a chain of mentorship in the School of Law's externship program across the field of immigration law.
In accordance with our University of St. Thomas mission of advancing the common good and convictions of dignity and diversity, we seek to create and sustain a diverse, equitable and inclusive community. As such, the university is committed to this Action Plan to Combat Racism.
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.
With the Nov. 1 early action deadline nearing, fall Tommie Days, which were scheduled at St. Thomas on the Thursday and Friday over MEA break, are designed to give parents and potential Tommies all of the information they need to make their big decision.
Spend even a little bit of time on St. Thomas' campus and you'll know art is important here. And the secret's out: St. Thomas was recently ranked #2 for art history programs in the Midwest, a fact that highlights the central place art holds for the university in general.
Longtime civil rights leader and successful businessman Vernon Jordan visited Dougherty Family College on Monday to speak with first-year students.
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Bontu Gemeda spent a lot of her St. Thomas journey unsure of what she wanted to study, until the Excel! Scholars program and a faculty mentor helped her realize a passion for history.
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...
As the confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh have continued to unfold in recent weeks, St. Thomas faculty have made substantial contributions to the public discussion.
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.
Archbishop John Ireland founded St. Thomas in 1885 and left an indelible mark on Minnesota history. One-hundred years after his death, the St. Thomas community celebrates its founding father.
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."
In the decade since then-President Father Dennis Dease signed the American College and University Presidents’ Climate Commitment (ACUPCC) in 2008, nearly every aspect of life on the university campus has been touched in some way by St. Thomas’ commitment to sustainability
There is a new space opening on the first floor of the Facilities Design Center (FDC), right next to the Anderson Parking Facility, designed to exercise your problem-solving skills. A grand opening block party is happening Thursday, Sept. 20, from 4-7:00 p.m., for the yet-to-be-named innovation collaboration hub that contains the tools and space for creating solutions to big problems.
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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