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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  • Carlson School rises in ranking,” Star Tribune, Aug. 20, 2005. “Meanwhile, the business-education arms race will get hotter next month when the University of St. Thomas opens a second graduate business school building on its downtown Minneapolis campus. …”
  • “Ex-South St. Paul football coach dies,” St. Paul Pioneer Press, Aug. 21, 2005. Steve Silianoff “retired from coaching at South St. Paul in 1972 but served as an assistant at St. Thomas College (now the University of St. Thomas) for the next 10 years.”
  • “Small Business: Let's Dish is serving up success,” Star Tribune, Aug. 22, 2005. The entrepreneurs who founded Let’s Dish, which operates stores where customers make family meals, “had much in common – two children each, homes in Savage, management jobs and graduate studies at the University of St. Thomas College of Business.”
  • “Errands for boss: Job description or conscription?” Star Tribune, Aug. 22, 2005. “‘There are different norms with government agencies,’ said Bob Shoemake of the Center for Ethical Business Cultures at the University of St. Thomas in Minneapolis. ‘Corporations often have somebody whose job it is to help an executive with personal matters.’”
  • “Sea of faith washing over the workplace,” Star Tribune, Aug. 25, 2005. “Courts all the way up to the Supreme Court have defined some standards, said Thomas Berg, a professor at the University of St. Thomas School of Law who has researched and written about religious speech in the workplace.”
  • Mark Ahrens, who runs National Youth Sports Program at St. Thomas, was interviewed Aug. 25, 2005 , by WCCO Radio’s Pat Miles about future funding for the program. (Not available online.)