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|Feb 27, 2015 Apply to Speak at Graduation by March 17|
The search for the next student commencement speaker is in progress. The commencement speaker will represent the UST student body during graduation, and have the opportunity to share his or her collegiate experience, hopes for the future and words of inspiration.
|Feb 27, 2015 Gallagher Receives Recognition for Her Irish Education Work|
Lori Gallagher, J.D., director of the William J. Flynn Center for Irish Studies, was recognized among the 2014 Irish Education 100 by Irish Voice, an Irish American newspaper and Irish America magazine.
|Feb 26, 2015 Ambassador Witnesses to Vaticanís Global Diplomacy|
Ambassador Francis Rooney, who was U.S. ambassador to the Holy See from 2005 to 2008, discussed his recent book, “The Global Vatican” on Feb. 11, at a dinner hosted by the Center for International Studies Distinguished Diplomat Program. During his time at the Holy See, the Ambassador witnessed the quiet yet crucial diplomacy pursued by the pope through the Vatican’s extensive global diplomatic network.
|Feb 26, 2015 Executives Give CSB Students Career Advice|
Gaining important insights and contacts from business leaders provide students with a valuable step in the direction of their future careers. A select group of undergraduate and graduate students from the University of St. Thomas Cameron School of Business attended the Celts Breakfast Club on Feb. 11, where they had the opportunity to speak and network with two business leaders.
|Feb 26, 2015 Bustos Performs Classical Guitar at UST|
The University of St. Thomas Music Department will present a performance by Isaac Bustos at 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 27, in Cullen Recital Hall, located at 4001 Mt. Vernon. Bustos is a classical guitarist who will perform the music of Albeniz, Bach, Scarlatti, Piazzolla and more.
|Feb 20, 2015 CSB Offers New Minor in Market Analysis|
The University of St. Thomas Cameron School of Business will offer a minor in market analysis in the fall 2015 semester. The 18-hour minor will provide students with the tools to answer a variety of questions through data collection and analysis.
|Feb 20, 2015 Loweryís New Play Explores Family Dynamics|
The dream of a relaxing family vacation is disrupted when two sisters find out that their nephews are dabbling in drug-use. That is the plot of a play by Dr. Janet Lowery, University St. Thomas professor and Cullen Chair of English and Creative Writing.
|Feb 19, 2015 UST Celebrates Faculty for Black History Month|
In celebration of Black History Month the University of St. Thomas has created an exhibit highlighting African-America leaders honored by the U.S. Postal Service in their Black Heritage Series in Crooker Center. The exhibit is on display for the month of February and includes prominent black historical figures such as Martin Luther King Jr., Benjamin Banneker and Bessie Coleman.
|Feb 17, 2015 Students Participate in Mock Trial Tournament in Dallas|
The University of St. Thomas and seven other Texas universities participated in the American Mock Trial Association Regional Tournament, which was held in Dallas on Jan. 30 – Feb. 2.
|Feb 13, 2015 Student Financial Services Releases Video Resources|
The Office of Student Financial Services understands paying for college can be stressful. That is why the office created new video resources to assist students with their financial needs and concerns.
|Feb 12, 2015 New Criminology Degree Prepares Students to Serve Society|
The University of St. Thomas will offer a bachelor’s degree in Criminology, Law and Society beginning fall 2015. The social justice-oriented CLS degree focuses on the problem of crime and on understanding the social, cultural, political and economic forces that interact with the law.
|Feb 12, 2015 Nominate UST Employees for Overton Awards|
The University of St. Thomas is accepting nominations for the Tom Overton Excellence Award. This award recognizes employees’ hard work and contributions to the University and their departments.
|Feb 11, 2015 Nonprofit Week: An Opportunity to Expand Your Network|
The University of St. Thomas’s Career Services is mid-way through hosting its first Nonprofit Week, Feb. 9-12, in the Crooker Center. Each day between 12:30 p.m. and 2 p.m., local nonprofit organizations will be ready to answers students’ questions about job, internship and volunteer opportunities within their organizations.
|Feb 10, 2015 Charity Guild Supports UST Music Camp with Grant|
For the second year, the University of St. Thomas Music has received a generous grant from the Charity Guild of Catholic Women. The grant was given to the Music Department’s Preparatory School summer music programs.
|Feb 10, 2015 Ivany Calls UST Community to Participate in Day of Service|
University of St. Thomas President Robert Ivany welcomes all Celts – students, staff, faculty members and family members – to come together and participate in the President’s Day of Service on Feb. 14.
|Feb 09, 2015 Spirituality of Bach addressed at Miller Lecture|
Rev. Sean Duggan, OSB, will present his lecture, “The Spirituality of Bach,” at 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 19 in Cullen Hall, 4001 Mt. Vernon, for the 2015 Archbishop J. Michael Miller Lecture Series. The lecture is free and open to the public.
|Feb 06, 2015 MarCom, Creative Services Win Digital Excellence Awards|
The University of St. Thomas received AVA Digital Awards, from the Association of Marketing & Communication Professionals, for digital marketing pieces produced by the Marketing Communications and Creative Services offices.
|Feb 06, 2015 50 Different Countries Represented at UST|
The University of St. Thomas educates undergraduate and graduate students from diverse backgrounds, including 395 international students.
|Feb 04, 2015 Charlie Thomas Honored at 65th Mardi Gras Gala|
Awash in green, purple and gold, the University of St. Thomas is looking forward to one final hoorah before beginning a period of penance and reflection in Lent as it prepares for the 65th Annual Mardi Gras Gala on Tuesday, Feb. 17 at the Hilton Americas – Houston.
|Feb 03, 2015 $750K Gift Funds Faith & Culture Endowment|
With an anonymous donation of $750,000, the Center for Faith and Culture recently completed its goal of raising a $3 million endowment.
|Feb 03, 2015 Sacred Music Masterís Prepares Leaders of Faith|
A new Master in Sacred Music degree will be offered at the University of St. Thomas in the fall 2015 semester. The MSM program prepares students for pastoral liturgical music ministry.
|Feb 02, 2015 CSB Recognizes 56 Winter Graduates|
Through hard work, determination and perseverance, 56 students celebrated their graduation from the Cameron School of Business at the University of St. Thomas on Dec. 13, 2014. CSB hosted a Graduate Recognition Ceremony following the Winter Graduation Mass and Brunch that day for students, their families and faculty members.
|Jan 29, 2015 UST Sends Largest Texas College Group to March for Life|
University of St. Thomas students were among the largest group of college students from Texas supporting the pro-life cause at the March for Life in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 22.
|Jan 27, 2015 Indiegogo Campaign Raises $6,000 for Study Abroad|
The University of St. Thomas Freshman Symposium began a fundraising campaign on Nov. 25, with the goal of raising $5,000 to help UST freshman visit Italy and Costa Rica for their First Year Experience Study Abroad. One month and five days later, the Indiegogo campaign surpassed its goal, raising nearly $6,000 dollars.
|Jan 21, 2015 Vote for St. Thomas to win $100K in Security Equipment|
With a click, tweet or text, the University of St. Thomas community can help the University win up to $100,000 in security equipment and services from STANLEY Security. St. Thomas is a finalist in its Together for Safer Schools grant program. Vote today.
|Jan 20, 2015 Counseling Professor Uses Storytelling to Reach People|
It can be said that everyone is a storyteller in one sense or another, but for counselors, therapists and teachers, sharing anecdotes is the means by which they reach out to others. Dr. Jeffrey Kottler – writer, author, speaker and visiting professor at the University of St. Thomas’s soon-to-be-launched Clinical Mental Health Counseling Programs – will present about the profound effects storytelling has on creating relationships with other people.
|Jan 16, 2015 School of Education Offers Online Degrees|
To provide students at the University of St. Thomas with a valuable and flexible learning experience, the School of Education offers seven concentrations online for students pursuing a Master of Education.
|Jan 15, 2015 Psychology Major Writes Book on Power of Perspective|
Ian Davis ’14, a psychology graduate, knows the course of one’s life is going to be determined by how you look at it. You can wallow in depression or you can seek help, learn to overcome it and learn from it. That is the hook for his new book, “Power of Perspective,” which he is publishing.
|Jan 14, 2015 Alumna Writes Book, Battles Cancer|
Much has been written on parenting and raising children; however, few consider the most important aspect of the child when writing on the topic. This is where Linda Hitter ’05, a philosophy graduate, steps in. Her book, “Recovering the Virtues for Families,” aims to teach parents how to teach and parent from the perspective of the soul of a child.
|Jan 13, 2015 Walters Named One of Houstonís Most Influential Women|
Houston Women’s Magazine has recognized Dr. Nicole McZeal Walters, assistant professor and associate dean of graduate programs in the School of Education at the University of St. Thomas, as one of Houston’s 50 Most Influential Women of 2014.
|Jan 13, 2015 Kelleher named in Irish 40 under 40|
Edward Kelleher, visiting scholar for the William J. Flynn Center for Irish Studies, will join 39 other men and women honored in this year’s Irish Echo’s annual Irish Top 40 under 40 awards. The award is a celebration of Irish and Irish Americans who have distinguished themselves in their respective fields of work before reaching the age of 40.
|Jan 06, 2015 MarCom, Creative Services Win Digital Marketing Awards|
The University of St. Thomas Marketing Communications and Creative Services offices were recently recognized by the Annual Educational Digital Marketing Awards for their digital marketing pieces.