A nurse, an engineer and 15 international students walked into a university.
SAU engineering treated area girls to a fun night of science and engineering activities.
Following graduation, two Ambrosians entered a year of faith-based service.
"They were motivated to help support their kids and show them that you can do difficult things, even a bit later in life," said Jodi Prosise, PhD, an associate professor of engineering. "I think our younger students can learn from a different perspective as well."
George Langheld '14 found his career during sophomore year.
Jon is the first graduate of SAU's new mechanical engineering program
Four St. Ambrose Engineering students traveled to Lexington, Kentucky to present research at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research.
Lives of former athletes define athletic success at St. Ambrose
John Deere Foundation commits $500,000 grant to engineering at SAU
Engineering students create self-cleaning coop to promote sustainability