Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Nursing Program Orientation and Registration




Monday – December 11, 2017

10:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. • Room #CCL-101

St. Thomas University

School of Science, Technology & Engineering Management

Carnival Cruise Lines (CCL) Science & Technology Bldg., Room #CCL-101

16401 NW 37th Avenue

Miami Gardens, FL 33054

BSN STUDENT CLINICAL PACKET CHECKLIST – Complete before Monday, December 4, 2017

·         Access American Data Bank:

o   Select the background check, drug screening, and immunization package

o   Download immunization and physical examination form

o   Complete background and drug screening

o   Upload immunization records, physical examination form, CPR card, HIPAA compliance, and other records required for your clinical rotation 


·         Orientation is mandatory for all incoming nursing students

·         Overview of nursing program academic policies, procedures, offices, key faculty and staff, student resources, and what's expected of you in the program

·         Meet and interact with your fellow classmates

·         Get to know your new STU community

·         Watch with a second hand

·         Stethoscope (Littman Classic II recommended)

·         Aneroid blood pressure cuff (Adult size) 

UNIFORMS – Uniform Advantage: Order now, before January 2018

·         Order and Pricing for BSN Entry into Nursing Program

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

60 Seconds to STartUp 2017

STU’s 60 Seconds to STartUp competition for undergraduate and graduate students looking to turn a startup idea into a real company is underway! It’s a winner-take-all opportunity for ventures to get visibility, direct one-on-one mentorship with local entrepreneurs, funding, and bragging rights.

Check out our student's video submissions!

Vincent White

Yuliana Umanets

Kim Oanh Lê

Olivier and Dimitry

Alejandro Vallejo, Gabriel Bordones, Michele Coletta, & Ariana Lupi

Austin Sprinkle

Jennifer Acevedo

Cynthia Diaz, Jamie Gonzalez, Carly Durr, Sarah Lupport

Alejandra González Alvarez

Themi Francesco Pineda

Andreina Peschiera-Conti

Thursday, November 2, 2017

‘Contemplations’ a group art exhibit opens

Contemplations, a group art exhibition featuring four artists from Miami: Emilio Falero, Beatriz Ramirez, Hernan Miranda, and Emilio Hector Rodriguez, is set to open Tuesday, Nov. 7. This exhibit marks the first time these artists have come together to showcase Christian art, an uncommon subject matter nowadays.

An opening reception will be held in the SEFLIN room on the second floor of the university main library, Nov. 7, at 2 p.m. The exhibit will remain open to the university community and the public until Dec. 11.

Featured artists include:

Emilio Falero, a Cuban-American painter who characterizes by creating paintings larger than life-sized, full of outstanding painterly talent. In the creation of his images, Falero frequently draws from the treasury of works associated with Renaissance and Baroque art. Falero is a gifted artist who has received numerous awards and has permanent works of art at the Lowe Art Museum, University at Buffalo, Center for the Arts and Museo de Arte Leon in Nicaragua to name a few.

Hernan Miranda was born in Concepcion, Portugal. Most of Miranda’s paintings are inspired by chiaroscuro (light and shade). Miranda’s painting and drawing are a deeper exploration into the illusionist aspect of images, with a simple composition. Miranda not only seeks 'Visual Effect' but also 'Visual Affection' with elements through which the viewer finds easy communication and at the same time stimulates visual perception.

Beatriz Ramirez is a Colombian artist who has undertaken religious themes from the Middle Ages with icons such as Madonna and Child. Ramirez’s artwork is breathtaking and eloquent crafted with smooth graceful brushstrokes that seems realistic. She has participated in various national and international exhibitions.

Emilio Hector Rodriguez was born in the colonial village of Sancti Spíritus, Cuba. He left Cuba permanently in 1981 and spent one year living in Paris where he had the opportunity to be in contact with art at-large. He moved to Miami, Fla., in 1982, where he currently resides with his family. Abstract painting is the artist’s interest and passion. Hector’s technique and skills are expressions of profuse paths, lines, and diagrams that are filled with biblical passages.