St. Thomas Magazine_Spring 2022


“What research is telling us, what our industry partners are telling us, is that they need graduates who have broad knowledge, who are flexible thinkers, and who are used to working with different fields and different ideas,“ President Julie Sullivan told donors at November‘s annual Archbishop John Ireland Dinner, where the center‘s new name was announced.

“The Schoenecker Center is truly new and innovative,“ she added. “It is where higher education is going – where it needs to go – and we are so excited to be on the leading edge.“ The $100 million state-of-the-art complex will also redefine the university‘s look along Summit Avenue, where it will adjoin the O‘Shaughnessy Science Hall, home to several engineering, math and science departments. Designed with input from various corporate industry partners,

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