Listen to St. Ambrose students speak King's words, taken from his 1965 speech in Davenport.
Catch up—or get ahead!
Recognizing Nancy Hayes, professor and chair of English.
"Where the River Bends," composed by William Campbell
St. Ambrose sends you a very special Christmas greeting.
Lisa Craig earned her master's degree in organizational leadership while going through breast cancer surgery and treatment.
Medals were presented to graduating veterans, to be worn at commencement ceremonies.
Following graduation, two Ambrosians entered a year of faith-based service.
As an Episcopal minister, Matthew Coomber finds a comfortable fit at St. Ambrose
Associate Professor William Campbell's work is based on a hymn by Saint Ambrose
Featuring work of the late Fr. Edward Catich, world-renowned liturgical artist, calligrapher, painter and stone incisor, paired with contemporary artist Meredith Lynn
Called “a legendary talent” by the late Vladimir Horowitz, Halim was Horowitz’s last pupil.
Featuring work of the late Fr. Edward Catich, world-renowned liturgical artist, calligrapher, painter and stone incisor paired with contemporary artist Meredith Lynn
Museum Week is produced by the Quad Cities Convention & Visitors Bureau
New York Times best-selling author Donald Harstad to speak at the library.