You are cordially invited to the Medaling Ceremony for Graduating Veterans Monday, May 8, in the Rogalski Center.
Dustin Whetzler is the newest addition to the SAU Theatre Department, and we are happy to have him. You may have come across his name in several of the programs for SAU's mainstage productions for stage crew, light board operator, and helping build the set.
St. Ambrose continues to be recognized nationally for its support of veteran students.
Operation Engage America (OEA) is on a mission: to offer support, awareness, education and resources to veterans and others living with Post Traumatic Stress (PTS) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI), their families and the communities that support them.
Air Force veteran Natalie Woodhurst '16 is SAU's new coordinator for veterans services.
Marine veteran will received Master of Teacher Education degree at 2016 commencement.
Q-C Times: "Cunningham, who has post-traumatic stress disorder, has found a sort of therapy in studying art."
Veteran Christina Davis earned her degree in nursing after serving a seven-month tour as a medic in Afghanistan.
Recognition from national publications for service to veterans
KALA Radio presents "Men With Broken Wings: The Story of Ray Walton, Prisoner-of-War"
Graduating veterans and service members will be presented with medals in recognition of their achievement, to be affixed to their graduation attire for the May 13 commencement ceremony.
On May 27 at the City Cemetery in Davenport, we will dedicate the headstones and celebrate the gallant service of 22 Quad Cities Civil War and Spanish-American War veterans who have lied in unmarked graves for over 100 years.