Through St. Thomas' Center for Engineering Education, K-12 educators are learning about innovations in engineering education and how to bring those advances into their classrooms.
The popularity of executive coaching certification and related topics made for an energetic Executive Coaching in Organizations Conference at the Opus College of Business.
Professor Amel Receives John Ireland Presidential Award for Outstanding Achievement as a Teacher-Scholar
Psychology professor Elise Amel has been named the recipient of the John Ireland Presidential Award for Outstanding Achievement as a Teacher-Scholar for 2018.
John Ireland Endowed Chair Stephen D. Brookfield and several colleagues discussed their new book, "Teaching Race," at a recent event at Anderson Student Center.
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 Campus Election Engagement Project (CEEP) selected School of Social Work associate professor Katharine Hill to receive funding to host a CEEP fellow this year.
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.
Celebrating Founder's Day 100 years after the death of Archbishop John Ireland, the founding leader of St. Thomas, the community gathered on the St. Paul campus Sept. 25. Professor of Theology Bernard Brady spoke to those gathered about Ireland's vision as a changemaker.
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.
University students deliver needed nutrition to neighborhoods in food deserts.
Faculty gathered in the O’Shaughnessy-Frey Library on Wednesday to celebrate Chris Anson, who along with program director Erika Scheuer has developed and led St. Thomas’ Writing Across the Curriculum (WAC) program since 2009.
The School of Law’s Appellate Clinic specializes in prisoner civil rights cases, and has won five appeals in five years.
Jill Schleicher ’11 researches what’s actually going on inside a volcano and how that information might inform predictions of when one will erupt.
AnnMarie Thomas, PhD, a professor of engineering in the School of Engineering and associate professor of entrepreneurship in the Opus College of Business Schulze School of Entrepreneurship, is the 2018 Professor of the Year.
The Office of Sustainability Initiatives (OSI) has awarded Sheneeta White, Operations and Supply Chain Management, and Tim Meyer, Computer and Information Sciences, the 2018 Curricular Innovation in Sustainability Award for their work integrating a collaborative Sustainable Communities Partnership (SCP) project with Metro Transit into their courses, Service Operations Management (OPMT 360) and Systems Analysis and Design II (CISC 321).
In its hybrid education and incredible partnership opportunities with Twin Cities music partners, St. Thomas' music business program is helping students become dynamic industry insiders.
The final installment of the 2018 “Hot Topics: Cool Talks” series from the Terrence J. Murphy Institute saw a packed atrium at the Law School on Monday for ”50 Years After the King Assassination: A Barometer Panel on Race and Justice.”
In the School of Engineering, faculty collaborate with students at the undergraduate and graduate level. Their research often leads to innovative solutions.