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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
UST 66th annual Mardi Gras Gala
Co-Chairs Ginger Blanton, Rosie Carrabba, Jan Duncan, Ginger Niemann, Regina Rogers, Annette Strake and Shelley Tortorice invite you to attend the 66th annual UST Mardi Gras Gala!
Bring your lunch, enjoy networking and learn about the theoretical foundations of working with children through Child-Centered Play Therapy!
A workshop for clergy, religious leaders, parish reps, and laity on Muslim-Christian relations with scholar Dr. Sandra Toenies Keating.
Learn more about this innovative program that provides a scholarly template to analyze administrative practices and promote socially responsible leadership in schools and organizations with an educational purpose.
The Fidelis Quartet Rodica Gonzalez, violin Mihaela Frusina, violin Wei Jiang, violist Jeffrey Butler, cellist. With guest artist Dr. Norman Boehm, piano.
A lecture given by Dr. Sandra Toenies Keating on Muslim-Christian Relations.