College of Arts and Sciences
“Kelly: ‘On Eagle’s Wings’ first soared at Omaha accountant’s funeral,” Omaha World Herald, March 31. St. Thomas Artist in Residence Father Michael Joncas is featured.
“Concert of South Indian and Judeo – Spanish music at the U of Saint Thomas,” Asian American Press, April 1. The St. Thomas Sacred Arts Festival is mentioned.
“Irish author Catherine Phil MacCarthy to read, discuss her work in St. Paul,” Pioneer Press, April 4. The Center for Irish Studies’ O’Shaughnessy Award for Poetry winner is featured.
“Yellowstone volcano to erupt?” KMSP, April 3. Geology professor Jeni McDermott is quoted.
Theology professor Massimo Faggioli appeared on tpt’s Almanac Friday, April 4.
“Why can’t the selfie generation find jobs?” BBC, April 7. Philosophy professor Rachel Lu is quoted.
Opus College of Business
“Can underwater homeowners regain their footing?” MPR, April 3. Director of real estate programs Herb Tousley is quoted.
“St. Thomas names new business school dean,” Star Tribune, April 4.
“Specialization, senior talent drive Minneapolis public relations firm’s growth,” Star Tribune, April 6. Director of the Master of Business Communication program Mike Porter is quoted.
School of Engineering
“More than 100 scientists and economists call for rejection of Keystone XL tar sands pipeline,” Switchboard, NRDC blog, April 7. School of Engineering professor John Abraham is mentioned.
School of Law
“INTERVIEW: How the Latest Developments in Church Abuse Case Impacts Catholics,” KSTP, April 2. School of Law professor Charles Reid is interviewed.
“St. Thomas law professor Levy-Pounds makes Lawyers of Color top list,” MinnPost, April 4. School of Law professor Nekima Levy-Pounds is featured.
“University of St. Thomas names business school dean,” Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal, April 4.
“Do conservative Christians apply biblical tests equally?” Waco Tribune, April 6. Commentary by School of Law professor Mark Osler.
“The Quality of Mercy,” The American Prospect, March/April 2014. Osler is featured.
“More men are coaching women’s college basketball teams,” Star Tribune, April 6. Tommie women’s basketball coach Ruth Sinn is quoted.