Oscar-nominated movie "The King's Speech" draws attention to this challenging disability.
By most standards, Dick Kleine should have been ready to take it easy. Now retired, he had worked 38 years at Deere & Co. and had already earned a master’s degree. But Kleine wasn’t done learning yet.
DBA graduate and SAU faculty member Dan Ebener publishes a new book. The genesis of the book came from a conversation he had with retired Bishop William Franklin, the former leader of the Diocese of Davenport.
Occupational therapy students collaborate on a ski clinic for people with disabilities.
Sometimes Shawn Duster needs a break from working long hours as the human resources manager for a Deere & Co. facility in India. The St. Ambrose University graduate hops into a two-seater taxi and tells the driver, “Take me somewhere and drop me off.”
t. Ambrose University's Master of Education in Teaching (MEdT) Program Director, Maggie Woods, recently renewed her certificate for National Board Certification, the highest credential in the teaching profession.
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