UST in the News for Feb. 25, 2014

College of Arts and Sciences

“Paying Your Kids To Do Chores, Homework? There’s An App For That” WCCO, Feb. 12. Communication and Journalism professor Carol Bruess is quoted.

“Good Question ‘Reply All’: Red, Judge Robes & Gray Hair,” WCCO, Feb. 13. Bruess is quoted.

“Smartphone apps offer help with divorce, but their usefulness is debatable,” Star Tribune, Feb. 23. Bruess is quoted.

“How Professional Sports Perpetuate Poor Thinking,” Forbes, Feb. 24. Psychology professor and Tommie men’s basketball coach John Tauer is quoted.

“A View From Abroad,” America Magazine, Feb. 24. Commentary by Theology professor Massimo Faggioli.


College of Education, Leadership and Counseling

“As his ALS progresses, Bruce Kramer welcomes silence -- Bach, and 'Tommy,'” Minnesota Public Radio, Feb. 20. Former dean of the College of Education, Leadership and Counseling Bruce Kramer is featured.

“Walk and talk therapy may be gaining ground,” Star Tribune, Feb. 24. Chair of the Graduate School of Professional Psychology Christopher Vye is quoted.


Opus College of Business

“Real Life Multimillion Dollar Real Estate Lesson for UST Students,” KSTP, Feb. 11. Opus College of Business students are featured.

“Twin Cities housing prices rise, distressed sales ebb,” Minnesota Public Radio, Feb. 12. Opus director of real estate programs Herb Tousley is quoted.

“New Great Clips president didn't let failed salon diminish passion for the brand,” Star Tribune, Feb. 16. Entrepreneurship professor Mark Spriggs is quoted.

“Outside Consultant: Developing an online community,” Star Tribune, Feb. 16. Marketing adjunct professor Kathy Jenson is quoted.

“Author on a mission to re-energize corporate zombies,” Star Tribune, Feb. 23. Management professor Teresa Rothausen-Vang is quoted.

“Outside Consultant: Networking models,” Star Tribune, Feb. 23. Director of the Master of Business Communication program Michael Porter is quoted.


School of Engineering

“Fanciful opinions,” Pioneer Press, Feb. 13. Letters to the editor include a submission by School of Engineering professor John Abraham.


School of Law

“Expert Calls Court Ruling in Church Abuse Case 'Stunning,'” KSTP, Feb. 12. School of Law professor Charles Reid Jr. is quoted.

“Top Catholic Archdiocesan officials ordered to testify,” KARE 11, Feb. 12. Reid is quoted.

“Nun returns to family's Abingdon roots, hopes to establish priory,” Bristol Herald Courier, Feb. 16. Reid is quoted.

“Mark Osler, Board of Contributors: Beating drug trafficking means putting focus on the kingpins,” Waco Tribune-Herald, Feb. 23. Commentary by School of Law professor Mark Osler.



“St. Thomas to sell conference center in Owatonna,” Star Tribune, Feb. 13.