SAU engineering treated area girls to a fun night of science and engineering activities.
Participants in the monthlong BeeRead Summer Clinic celebrate their work and learning.
Professor of Physical Therapy John Barr, PhD, and former camper Amber Work on "Paula Sands Live"
Cast members and an interview with director Cory Johnson
"I got a feeling ... that this book's gonna be a good book." So sang the children of SAU's reading clinic during their closing program.
St. Ambrose is actively recruiting women for STEM careers.
The Davenport Valley Scottish Rite supports the SAU speech clinic as part of their mission.
Area youngsters created and raced cars of their own designs—and explored the field of engineering.
The SAU Racing Into Engineering Camp is all about hands-on learning
Pre-school to high school youth: Have fun improving basketball, football, soccer and volleyball skills.
A night of stargazing at our rural observatory
St. Ambrose opens its observatory to the public for a night of stargazing.
For students entering grades 3-9: Explore and create personal writing in a relaxed atmosphere among supportive peer authors
For students entering grades 7-12: Improve tone, articulation, technique and phrasing.