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|International Studies Honor Society Inducts 25 Members |
Sigma Iota Rho, Alpha Phi, UST's chapter of the national honor society in International Studies, held its 15th installation of members on Tuesday, March 29, 2011. Twenty five new members joined the society, including the first MLA graduate students specializing in International Studies.
|Peruvian Education Project Hosts Family Day |
The Peruvian Educational Project (PEP), in conjunction with the Graduate International Studies Group (GIS) at the University of St. Thomas, will host Kermese! Family Day and Fun Run on May 7.
|Talk With Your Advisor About New Core Curriculum for Fall 2011 |
UST has made changes to the core curriculum to better integrate the core curriculum with academic majors. It is strongly recommended that every student meet with an academic advisor to determine which core curriculum track is most appropriate for the student’s individual course of study.
|Hans Stockton Hosts Chinese New Year Banquet |
Dr. Hans Stockton, director of the University of St. Thomas Center for International Studies, hosted the annual Chinese New Year celebration of the Houston Taipei Society on Feb. 25.
|Mosaics of Faith Conference Examines Turkish Experience |
The University of St. Thomas Center for International Studies will host Mosaics of Faith: The Turkish Experience, a two-day event that explores the rich culture of Turkey. The conference will be held all day Tuesday-Wednesday, March 1-2 on the UST campus.
|Register for Summer Classes Today |
Summer classes are a great way to catch up, get ahead or just get started on your degree. This summer, St. Thomas will offer a variety of courses for current students and high school students seeking dual credit.
|International Studies Students Meet Parag Khanna |
Students in Dr. Jose-Thota's International Politics course, offered by the Center for International Studies, attended a lecture by Parag Khanna hosted by the Houston World Affairs Council (HWAC) on Feb. 9.
|Panel Addresses Uprisings in Egypt, Tunisia |
The revolutions in Tunisia and Egypt are making daily headlines, because they may fundamentally shift the balance of power in the Middle East. On Feb. 8, the Center for International Studies held “Contagious Uprisings? Tunisia, Egypt and the Middle East," a panel discussion on that topic.
|UST Model United Nations Team to Compete in National Competition |
Eight students from the University of St. Thomas Model United Nations (UST MUN) team will compete in the Harvard National Model United Nations (HNMUN) conference at the Park Plaza Hotel in Boston, Massachusetts, from Thursday, February 17-Sunday, Feb. 20.
|City Council Member Ed Gonzalez Speaks about Poverty, Crime |
Houston City Council Member Edward Gonzalez will explore the connection between poverty and crime at annual Dum Spiro Lecture at 7 p.m., Wednesday, Feb 16 on the University of St. Thomas campus, Crooker Center, Ahern Room, 3909 Graustark.