Michael Andregg begins his 20th year with Tommie Athletic Department and 29th at the University of St. Thomas in the fall of 2019. Andregg currently serves as the front desk manager for the Anderson Athletics and Recreation Complex, a position he has held since its opening in 2010.
In addition to attending the desk, Andregg is also an instructor at both St. Thomas in the Justice and Peace Studies Department and the University of Minnesota in the graduate MLS program. Michael began his work at the U of M in 1981, designing courses in the graduate school and teaching courses such as “Ecology, Technology, and Society,” “Causes of War,” “Searching for Wisdom,” “Sustainability” and many others.
Andregg’s time at UST began 10 years later, in 1991, as an adjunct instructor. During his 25 years here, Michael has taught numerous courses for Justice and Peace Studies, and 15 honors courses with 12 different departments for the Aquinas Scholars Program. His work on causes of war and global problems related to war is very interdisciplinary, so he has been invited to lecture in South Korea 3 times, Romania 4 times, Germany, Denmark and at a number US military and intelligence colleges.
Originally hailing from Reno, Nev., Andregg spent eight years at the University of California, Davis, where he earned his bachelor’s and doctorate degrees.
Michael resides in St. Paul with his wife, JoAnn, who retired in 2014 after a distinguised St. Thomas career as a coach and athletics administrator..