The shows on April 3 and April 20, feature pianist Amy Grinsteiner and cellist Thomas Schönberg and will focus on Jewish and Christian musical traditions.
Working at the intersection of science, healthcare and entrepreneurship, the multidisciplinary team of four Saint Ben’s students spent four months tackling a challenging tech transfer project focused on mobile access and payment for quality healthcare.
Title is the 8th in the past 11 years for Global Business Leadership students.
Cathy O’Neil, a New York Times bestselling author, will deliver the 2023 Norman L. Ford Literacy Lecture at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 21, at the Pellegrene Auditorium on the Saint John’s University campus.
The panel discussion, sponsored by CSB’s Sister Nancy Hynes Institute for Women’s Leadership, was held March 14 in the CSB and SJU Multicultural Center in Murray Hall on the CSB campus.
Author of 'The Latehomecomer,' winner of a PEN USA Literary Award for nonfiction and Minnesota's Book and Readers Choice award, is first Hmong-American writer to produce a memoir to be published with national distribution.
After winning the women's 5,000-meter run at the NCAA Division III indoor meet Friday to become the first national champion in school history, she then won the women's 3,000 in a championship meet record time Saturday.
Bryan Skavnak, who graduated from Saint John's in 2000, now visits around 40-to-50 schools each year
Dr. Tracie Addy will offer “Small Steps for Building More Inclusive Classrooms” as latest in a series of events made possible by a grant from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
Success Academy students get a chance to see paths to careers in nursing, computer science at CSB and SJU
More than five-dozen middle school students, most of them of Somali heritage, engaged with undergrads to learn what might be possible with a college degree.
Update: Award-winning Hmong-American memoir comes to stage Thursday-Friday at CSB in ‘The Latehomecomer,’ and author to appear on campus April 22
One woman actor, Gaosong Heu, performs all characters in the story of Kao Kalia Yang, who came from Southeast Asia to Minnesota at 6 years old and went on to be the first Hmong-American to publish such a book with national distribution.
It’s part of a continuing effort Diana Fenton, an associate professor of education, has undertaken to teach students how to use technology they will likely one day integrate into classrooms of their own.
Exhibition of ‘Muliebris’ at Saint Ben’s explores definitions of femininity by different human perspectives
Juried show in partnership with The Color Network features 10 ceramicists at Gorecki Gallery.
St. Paul natives came from strong Catholic upbringing and have dedicated themselves to social justice in the 40 years since they were in Collegeville.
Native of England has served as director of mission advancement and now will lead a community that includes 157 sisters.
John O’Sullivan ’08 uses his communication degree in a manner he didn’t know possible when he was at Saint John’s. His education has not only helped him and others see the world, he’s making a name for himself with short-form travel videos.