Dr. Mary Flagg, assistant professor in the Department of Mathematics, Computer Science and Cooperative Engineering, has spent her first year on campus creating a strong connection between UST and the global mathematics community. This summer Flagg traveled to Spineto, Italy, for the conference “Algebraic Structures and Their Applications,” and to Park City, Utah, for the Institute of Advanced Studies at Princeton Park City Math Institute Sumer School on the Mathematics of Materials. This fall she traveled to New Orleans to attend “Future Directions in Commutative Ring Theory Inspired by the Contribution of Laszlo Fuchs” at Tulane University.
Known for his unconditional, positive regard and optimistic outlook on life, Dr. Roberto LaCarra will become the founder, director and associate professor of the University of St. Thomas’ new Criminology, Law and Society program.
Ten prominent Catholic Houstonians received a Faithful Citizenship Award from the University of St. Thomas’ Center for Faith and Culture during the CFC’s Fourth Annual Faithful Citizenship Dinner held Oct. 2 at the Houston Country Club.
David Gonzalez didn’t get to play on the football team at Waller High School, but he showed up to every practice, attended every game and encouraged the players during half time. He did it all from his power wheelchair.
The University of St. Thomas, along with 26 other Catholic colleges, university and higher education programs, have been recommended in The Cardinal Newman Society’s 2015 “The Newman Guide to Choosing a Catholic College” for their strong Catholic identity.
President's Town Hall Meeting
UST Faculty and staff are invited to a Town Hall Meeting with Dr. Robert Ivany on October 21 at 12:30 p.m.
Women of the Holy Land: Honest Perspectives from a Conflicted Region
The CTS Colloquium Series presents Dr. Jerry Walls, Professor of Philosophy at Houston Baptist University on "Why the Tao is Not Enough"
Enjoy songs and scenes from the Musical Theater and Operetta repertoire
MAFC Graduate Open House
The Master of Arts in Faith and Culture Open House will offer an opportunity to meet faculty, staff, and other colleagues from the program.