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  • September 7, 2005

    On Tuesday, Sept. 20, business leader Robert Ouimet will present "A System for Reconciling Human Well Being and Productivity and Profits" at St. Edward's University. The seminar provides details about the management system he created to unite one's spiritual and professional life. Ouimet has...

  • September 6, 2005

    On Tuesday, Sept. 20, Mexican-American labor leader and social activist Dolores Huerta will speak at St. Edward's University. As co-founder and first vice president of the United Farm Workers Union, Huerta is the most prominent Chicana labor leader in the United States. For more than 30 years, she...

  • August 30, 2005

    St. Edward's University is pleased to present the recent work of alumnus John Cobb, who graduated in 1983. The exhibition, entitled Saints, Seekers, and Seers, opens Friday, Sept. 9, in the gallery of the university's Fine Arts Center. Primarily done in handmade egg tempera, much of Cobb's work is...

  • August 30, 2005

    Filled with the music of Sting, David Crosby, Ruben Blades, and others, this entertaining and poignant play honors the lives of workers' rights advocate Cesar Chavez and LA Times writer Ruben Salazar. CESAR & RUBEN is a celebration of love, family, friendship and passionate activism. Playwrite...

  • August 16, 2005

    St. Edward's University is leading efforts to establish a Holy Cross Institute , which will serve Holy Cross schools and programs in 14 states. Brother Stephen Walsh, CSC, '62, assistant provincial of the South-West Province of Holy Cross Brothers and former St. Edward's University president, has...

  • August 3, 2005

    U.S. News & World Report has once again recognized St. Edward's University as one of America 's Best Colleges. In the 2006 rankings, St. Edward's is 24th among master's-granting institutions in the Western region — and one of only four universities in Texas to rank in the top 25. The...

  • July 1, 2005

    Have you ever dreamed of making history? Well you can — without even breaking a sweat. Just make a gift to The St. Edward's Fund by June 30 and help set the university's record for the highest number of alumni participants in a single year. As of today, we need only 274 more alumni to give a...

  • June 30, 2005

    As if protecting our safety isn't enough, we want our emergency medical professionals, firefighters, and law enforcement officers to be good managers, as well. That's because they work in organizations that can be even more responsive to the public when well-managed. To acquire management skills,...

  • June 30, 2005

    Biology Professor Bill Quinn came to St. Edward's University with a passion for forestry. After 22 years of teaching with the St. Edward's educational philosophy, his interests also include a heart-felt desire to help underserved populations. This combination of traits has helped him be selected as...

  • June 27, 2005

    What do a cop, a "slacker," the first female Mexican-American Travis County Commissioner, a Nigerian immigrant and a full-time wife, mother and technology trainer all have in common? Well, today they all are St. Edward's University alumni thanks to an innovative adult educational program...