Youngsters from the SAU Children's Campus—and the Rock Island Center for Math and Science—enjoyed a special morning.
Volunteering in India afforded Molly the opportunity to be exposed to a culture vastly different than her own.
Sallee Beneke, PhD, has become a nationally recognized expert.
A study by Asst. Professor of Education Laurie Jeans, PhD, suggests that "many characteristics of Autism Spectrum Disorders can be identified by the age of 2."
The first 30-member cohort for MPAS program will begin studies in June
Under Katie's leadership, the School of Social Work has experienced growth and the faculty are looking forward to her return.
The Quad City Engineering and Science Council honored Greg Smith, a student in the SAU Master of Education in Teaching program
Students from Dale Blesz's diversity class moved from classroom studies—to learning in a Chicago neighborhood.
Allie McGraw ’09, ’12 MOT organizes group to provide fishing opportunities for persons with disabilities.
SAU class and workshop explore the benefits of medical clowning
'Suicide: Intervention, Prevention, Postvention, and the College Student Reasons for Living Inventory'
This day-long conference will explore ways to re-invigorate occupational participation as a method in all practice settings.
7th and 8th Graders: Explore health care careers and have fun!