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|Feb 11, 2016 Support Your University at Presidentís Day of Service|
Dr. Robert Ivany, University of St. Thomas President, welcomes all Celts – students, staff, faculty members and family members – to come together and participate in the President’s Day of Service on Feb 13.
|Feb 10, 2016 Consul General of Mexico to Speak on Business Reforms|
To help make businesses in Mexico more competitive in the global economy, the country has recently undergone transformation in its legal and constitutional amendments.
|Feb 05, 2016 UST Sets Scholarships and Tuition for 2016-2017|
The University of St. Thomas continues its commitment to affordability with a modest 4 percent tuition increase for undergraduates and an increase in the scholarship and financial aid budget to $18 million for 2016-2017.
|Feb 04, 2016 CSB Connects Students with Successful Alumni|
Whether individuals are preparing for future careers or pursuing different positions within a field, students can always benefit from the advice and expertise of those who have walked in their footsteps.
|Feb 03, 2016 Business School Chairsí Highest Qualifications Benefit Students|
It’s one thing to know the theories of business. It’s another to have real-world experience and connections to other professionals. Students in the University of St. Thomas Cameron School of Business benefit from faculty members who have business experience and have earned the highest degrees and certifications in their field.
|Feb 03, 2016 Nursing Dean Named Among Houston's Influential Women|
In the ever-changing landscape of healthcare in Houston, the role of the nurse continues to shift and grow. To meet these needs Dr. Poldi Tschirch, dean of the University of St. Thomas’ Carol and Otis Peavy School of Nursing, strives to educate nurses who are going to bring a holistic approach to the workplace.
|Feb 02, 2016 Krohn Shares the Value of Teaching at Lee Lecture|
Professor Charles S. Krohn’s experience working with the Alley Theatre for 30 seasons is exhibited when he teaches courses such as Shakespearean topics and Modern Drama for the University of St. Thomas English Department during the last 50 years.
|Jan 22, 2016 New Director to Prepare Ethical Leaders of Tomorrow|
Corporate social responsibility, right to life issues and cyber ethics are all “hot topics” today, and the University of St. Thomas is giving students the opportunity to think critically and analyze these topics in the recently established Center for Ethical Leadership. To aid in achieving this goal, Dr. Robert Ivany, president of the university, and Dr. Dominic Aquila, provost, have brought Dr. Joseph Cerami to lead the Center and guide students while examining the importance of ethics in these fields and beyond.
|Jan 21, 2016 Nominations Open for the Mardi Gras King and Queen|
The University of St. Thomas is searching for two students to be the next Mardi Gras King and Queen for the school’s 66th annual Mardi Gras Gala. Nominations for the king and queen will be accepted until Wednesday, Jan. 27.
|Jan 20, 2016 UST Welcomes Head Soccer Coach|
The University of St. Thomas Athletic Department and Men’s Soccer program is pleased to announce that Red River Athletic Conference and NAIA veteran coach Daniel Balaguero has become the second-ever head men’s soccer coach at UST. Balaguero will join the Celts this spring after serving as an assistant coach at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island.
|Jan 19, 2016 UST Remembers Life of History Professor|
For 26 years he served the University of St. Thomas community by challenging students to prosper in their professional and personal lives. Dr. Irving Kelter was a friend, colleague, teacher, productive scholar and a devoted husband.
|Jan 13, 2016 UST Remembers Diligent Payroll Clerk|
While everybody is working for a paycheck, someone behind the scenes is working to make sure that paycheck comes through. Such was the case with Holly Graham, payroll administrator, the silent backbone of the University who made sure each St. Thomas employee had their hard-earned money in their account so they could put food on the table.