St. Thomas Trending Five- Week of April 25th 2016 – Tommie Blogs
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St. Thomas Trending Five- Week of April 25th 2016

1.) Business: The Rules of Engagement

Check out the piece on global business regarding the best way to navigate and respond in situations of business ethics. The article touches on the situation of Cargill, a global corporation headquartered in Minnesota, regarding the concern for ethics in business. It also goes on to talk about the book “Ethical Business Cultures in Emerging Markets,” which will be published in 2017 and was co-edited by Douglas Jondle, Ph.D., director of research for the Center for Ethical Business Cultures (CEBC) at the Opus College of Business. It’s fascinating to learn about the importance of relationships and a global climate change. (Copy link into browser)

Douglas Jondle, left, research director at the Center for Ethical Business Cultures at the University of St. Thomas (CEBC) and Ron James, right, president and CEO of CEBC, pose for a portrait in Schulze Hall on March 1, 2016 in downtown Minneapolis.

2.) Unite Day of Prayer

Join more than 10,000 people- all generations, all denominations, all backgrounds- for a night to UNITE! Mark your calendars for May 5th  for the Unite Day of Prayer! This is a free event and open to all St. Thomas students. Buses will depart from the Flynn Turnaround at 5:45 pm and will return at 10:15pm.

Please register here if you plan to attend. More information can be found here.

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3.) St. Thomas Community Reacts to Prince’s Death

It’s been all over the news in the past couple of days, and it’s time to hear some of the Tommie’s reactions to the death of Minnesota’s own Prince. Check out some of the reactions from St. Thomas students, faculty and staff react to the death of pop superstar Prince.

4.) The Countdown Begins

The end of the semester is rapidly approaching!! With three weeks of classes and then finals week left, the spring 2016 semester is coming to a close. Get in all that extra studying and push through these last few weeks.

5.) Self-Defense 101

Safety should never be taken for granted, and to increase your personal safety, Public Safety Officer Wells will be leading a brief class on the basics of self-defense. Join us this Thursday, April 28th in ASC 341 for introductory self-defense moves and free lunch!

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