The University of St. Thomas’ School of Education is on the forefront of trying to help fill the special education teacher shortage through multiple program offerings that include special education residencies in local school systems.
President Julie Sullivan today announced the creation of the Center on Race, Leadership and Social Justice at the St. Thomas School of Law.
Students, faculty, staff and community members attended the second installment in the St. Thomas School of Education’s Dean Forum series on Wednesday at Opus Hall in Minneapolis.
Merylann Schuttloffel Named Founding Director of Institute for Catholic School Leadership at Saint Paul Seminary
Father Joseph Taphorn, rector and vice president of The Saint Paul Seminary School of Divinity, recently announced the appointment of Merylann (“Mimi”) J. Schuttloffel, PhD, as founding director of the Institute for Catholic School Leadership.
Charles Morgan Kisutu ‘11 has taken the skills and passion for giving back that he cultivated at St. Thomas back to his native country of Uganda.
Racial literacy in the digital age is the topic of the next School of Education Dean's Forum, which takes place Jan. 23.
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Senior Victor Sikeley is a double major in leadership and management along with business law, and is the founder of the company Initiative for a Better Africa, which strives to make Africa a better place for everyone to learn.
Senior environmental science and biology major Hannah Wallace runs the St. Thomas chapter of the Food Recovery Network, a nationwide student movement that works to reduce the amount of food waste at colleges and universities.
Hundreds of students, faculty and staff filled the OEC Auditorium on Tuesday for the first College of Arts and Sciences Teach-in Tuesday event. The hour-long discussion focused on the research of Mamie Phipps Clark and her husband, Kenneth Clark, and led to a dialogue with audience members.
The Newsroom recently sat down with Liz Kelly, managing editor of LOGOS journal, about the success of her latest book, "Jesus Approaches: What Contemporary Women Can Learn about Healing, Freedom & Joy from the Women of the New Testament."
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The chapel at the University of St. Thomas has served its campus well for nearly 100 years. Thanks to the generosity of donors, it will now be brought into the 21st century with expanded spaces and amenities that will serve the contemporary needs of the entire community.
Twenty-five high school students came together at St. Thomas on Thursday for the inaugural Synergy Program, a partnership between the accounting program and PricewaterhouseCoopers aimed at improving diverse representation in the accounting field.
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.
Eleven St. Thomas students representing eight commitments attended the Clinton Global Initiative University Oct. 19-21 in Chicago.
Longtime civil rights leader and successful businessman Vernon Jordan visited Dougherty Family College on Monday to speak with first-year students.
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.