Munir Sayegh '11 is traveling the globe to find new Ambrosians.
Jade Blackwell is "heading to America to take up a prestigious football (soccer) scholarship... worth about $45,000 over four years."
Dean O’Connell talks about creating recruitment inroads into India and China.
Indonesian DBA grad believed to be first Fulbright Foreign Scholar to attend St. Ambrose
Center for International Studies welcomes expanding numbers of foreign students
International students from China adapt to life at St. Ambrose
David Gould's hometown newspaper in Scotland writes glowing report of SAU program
Video: Why are international students choosing St. Ambrose?
Twelve SAU Model United Nations Society members competed with over 500 students at the Midwest Model United Nations Conference Feb. 15-18 and will head to Chicago in November for the American Model United Nations (AMUN) International Conference.
The son of an Iowan mother and Palestinian father, Munir Sayegh ’11 is spending a year in Cairo examining Qur’anic (Koranic) manuscripts and other ancient Arabic letterforms, studying with typographers and calligraphers. Read his story and view photos.
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