Youngsters from the SAU Children's Campus—and the Rock Island Center for Math and Science—enjoyed a special morning.
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."
With several notable publications and manuscripts, he has received national recognition for an article currently under review in the Aging and Society journal: "Social Support Network Changes and Their Roles in Adaptation and Mental Health Among Korean Elderly Immigrants."
Under Katie's leadership, the School of Social Work has experienced growth and the faculty are looking forward to her return.
A 2007 MSW graduate, Amanda selected a career in social work after her family instilled the importance of volunteering in her community.
Music department explores project theme
The good work of St. Ambrose staff members is being honored by national and state organizations.
Their town was devastated by tornadoes and St. Ambrose staff members stepped up to comfort them with homemade blankets.
Known for his dynamic and joke-laced teaching, Art Serianz, PhD, has also written million-dollar grants, engaged in strategic planning, and served the university in countless ways.