Students living in the Quad Cities may begin applying for a Quad City Engineering and Science Council scholarship.
As the department grows, we have hired some enthusiastic young faculty to support our programs.
Key facts and highlights about the Engineering and Physics department.
Danielle (Mendez) Frank '14 explains how important her Ambrose education has been and how she hopes she can support the future generation of Ambrose Engineers.
The engineering programs at St. Ambrose have experienced tremendous growth in the last 10 years. In order to accommodate this growth, the department is expanding its facilities.
More than 30 students graduated during the 2015-2016 academic year in Industrial Engineering or Mechanical Engineering.
During Homecoming 2015 we welcomed alumni from Engineering and Physics from the past 50 years.
Young engineers race CO2-powered cars in a unique engineering camp.
A team of four SAU students from both Engineering and Computer Information Sciences programmed a Lego Mindstorm robot to complete an obstacle course.
With the aging Baby Boomer generation, the biomedical field has become one of the fastest growing and most exciting fields of technology and innovation in the world.