As Pride Month draws to a close, the Newsroom asked some St. Thomas LGBTQIA+ faculty and staff members for book recommendations to help provide the university community some diverse perspectives. Here are their thoughts on some recommended reading.
St. Thomas has been named a First-gen Forward institution by the Center for First-generation Student Success. This designation acknowledges that St. Thomas has a strong commitment to assisting and cultivating successful experiences for first-generation college students.
In-person commencement ceremonies are returning to St. Thomas. While the ceremonies will look different than in years past to adhere to COVID-19 protocols, the same St. Thomas personal attention will be present.
While every engineering program delivers a capstone experience, the Senior Design Clinic at St. Thomas School of Engineering is building momentum around a unique national model that company sponsors are embracing.
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to many changes throughout the St. Thomas community. With distance learning, and student clubs and organizations unable to meet in person, it can be hard for students to feel as connected to their fellow Tommies as they did prior to the pandemic.
Five months after sending students home to finish spring semester online, St. Thomas faculty and staff put the finishing touches on preparations to allow the university to resume in-person instruction in the fall.
St. Thomas Law students Annie Boeckers and Megan Massie have been collaborating with law professor Greg Sisk to compile data for a third installment of his research into religious liberty decisions in the federal courts.