UST in the News

UST in the news

Here's a roundup of recent stories of interest that mention St. Thomas.

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  • “One with nature,” Star Tribune, June 18, 2005 . “But the essence of nature is a sometimes nasty struggle between competing life forms, and that is one of the dominant themes of a book by two members of the University of St. Thomas faculty. Mark Neuzil and Bernard Brady have created A Spiritual Field Guide: Meditations for the Outdoors.”
  • “Weekly planner,” St. Paul Pioneer Press, June 19, 2005. “Midwest Qualitative Research Conference. Hosted by the University of St. Thomas School of Education 's Department of Leadership, Policy and Administration, the program for researchers, educators and doctoral students looks at critical research and ‘how power works through policy, organizational structures and practices in workplaces and communities.’ 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Schulze Grand Atrium, St. Thomas School of Law, 11th Street and Harmon Place, downtown Minneapolis; then 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Thursday and 9-11:30 a.m. Friday in Opus Hall, 10th Street and LaSalle Avenue, downtown Minneapolis. $150. To register or for information, visit follow the links to the conference, or call 651-962-4550.”
  • “If you go: National Veterans Wheelchair Games,” St. Paul Pioneer Press, June 19, 2005. “Competitions in the 25th National Veterans Wheelchair Games will be held June 27-July 1 at the Minneapolis Convention Center , Fort Snelling soccer fields, Como Park , Lake Harriet , the University of St. Thomas, the University of Minnesota and other local venues.
  • “Outside consultant,” Star Tribune, June 20, 2005. This regular business question-and-answer column features answers by UST College of Business faculty and staff. This installment features and answer by Bill Monson, director of the Center for Family Enterprise.
  • “Charley Walters ,” St. Paul Pioneer Press, June 22, 2005. Sports columnist Walters notes, “Former world boxing champion Roberto Duran, in town to promote Friday night's Matt Vanda fight against Yory Boy Campas at Target Center, stopped at Mike Tice's youth football camp Wednesday at the University of St. Thomas. When Duran jokingly addressed Tice as Mike Tyson, the Vikings coach warned Roberto that he'd better be careful or he would bite his ear off, as Tyson did to part of Evander Holyfield's in a 1997 fight.”