Posts tagged as Liberal Arts

Phi Beta Kappa Welcomes New Inductees

St. Catherine University welcomed 12 new members to the Phi Beta Kappa organization during an induction…

Eyes Wide Open: Amy Herman wants people to see the world clearly

Open your eyes. Turn on your ears. Engage all of your senses, and carefully, painstakingly observe the…

Categories: Arts, Community, Liberal Arts

Dorothy Day’s granddaughter returns to St. Kate’s to share her new book

To write about her grandmother, Kate Hennessy spent time in St. Kate’s library — pouring over 30 years…

Categories: Community, Liberal Arts

Professor presents at annual Harry Potter Conference in Pennsylvania

Cecilia Konchar Farr's Oct. 20 keynote is titled “It's Complicated: The Relationship Between the Harry…

Categories: Faculty, Liberal Arts

Phi Beta Kappa scholar to visit classes; give Oct. 12 lecture

Paige West will draw from years of research in Papua New Guinea to address how inequalities are produced,…

Visiting artist explores silence and noise

For Mihret Kebede Alwabie, silence speaks volumes. Catch her in three events Sept. 25–29.

Categories: Arts, Liberal Arts

​Anupama Pasricha receives 11th Annual Bonnie Jean Kelly and Joan Kelly Award for Faculty Excellence

St. Kate's Apparel, Merchandising and Design chair was recognized for her work in sustainability and…

Categories: Faculty, Liberal Arts

Summer Scholars spotlight: Multimedia Documentary Shorts

Ashley Alex '18, Muna Scekomar '18 and studio art faculty Todd Deutsch explore the impact of the liberal…

Categories: Faculty, Liberal Arts, Students

St. Kate’s inducts 15 students into Phi Beta Kappa

The newest members of this prestigious honor society study in a range of liberal arts fields, including…

Categories: Liberal Arts, Staff

St. Kate’s undergraduate research program reaches new heights

Students succeed at National Undergraduate Research conference and discipline-specific national meetings.