It is official! UST’s emergence as a full member in the NCAA Division III has energized the campus. Read about Athletics’ journey from one sport in 2006 to 19 sports today with more than 300 student athletes. And the program is growing.
Center for Thomistic Studies Alumnus Daniel De Haan, M.A. Philosophy ’10, Ph.D ’15, is the first Frederick Copleston Senior Lecturer and Research Fellow at Oxford. His work explores the interconnection between Thomism and the sciences. See why he thinks it is an exciting time for Catholic philosophy.
The Center for Thomistic Studies continues to remain the only graduate philosophy program in North America exclusively devoted to studying the thought of St. Thomas Aquinas and the Thomistic tradition. Lighting the way as a source and guide for renewal of Catholic philosophy in the contemporary world are the Center’s distinguished faculty along with its graduate students.
Students majoring in engineering now have four degree paths, state-of-the-art facilities, success coaches and scholarships thanks to generous donors, grants and the hard work of many, including Dr. Birgit Mellis. Two spring 2023 engineering students are celebrating job offers upon graduation.
UST President Richard Ludwick and First Lady Melynda led a once-in-a-lifetime pilgrimage to France and Germany culminating in the Bavarian Village of Oberammergau to witness the Passion Play performed every 10 years since 1634. Traveler Michael Marcon, MAPS ’13, shares miracles and graces he experienced along the way. Journey with him.