Annual trips bring assistive technology to needy in Brazil
Engineering student Chris Lorenzen uses "the nerdy stuff we do" for people in need.
Campus gains in science, technology, engineering and math lauded by state leader
Russ Murphy '77 helped provide networking and professional development opportunities for students Andrew and Danielle during a national conference.
SAU aims to double engineering graduates in five years
St. Ambrose is actively recruiting women for STEM careers.
"The bulk of SAU industrial engineering graduates have jobs before they graduate."
Rolled out this fall, the Mechanical Engineering program is the only program in the Quad Cities and one of only three in Iowa. With this new offering from the Engineering and Physics Department, St. Ambrose is preparing to become a direct competitor in that field with other public, Midwestern universities.
Research-engaged undergrads are evaluating various effects on physical balance, developing a virtual and robotic model of a hand—and finding turtles.
Area youngsters created and raced cars of their own designs—and explored the field of engineering.