The team is off to "one of the best starts in the program's history."
The original radio play caused hysteria in 1938. Will SAU's localized version of attacking Martians do the same? Tune in!
Chemists can make ice cream with liquid nitrogen, tell jokes—and do the Harlem Shake in lab coats.
Homecoming volunteers receive copy of colorful watercolor by talented alum
Grant brings new technology to human gross anatomy laboratories
Aron Aji, dean of the College of Arts and Sciences, was among five authors on the shortlist for the 2013 PEN Translation prize
Annual trips bring assistive technology to needy in Brazil
Sustainability is the focus of this academic year's project series.
Daniel DP Sheridan returns to his Davenport Junior Theater roots
Engineering student Chris Lorenzen uses "the nerdy stuff we do" for people in need.
Join us for this panel discussion sponsored by the College of Business.
Demonstration led by Chad Graeve, natural resource specialist with the Pottawattamie County Conservation.
2014 Hauber Chair of Biology Lecture
John F. Haught, PhD, from Georgetown University, delivers the 2014 Catholic Studies lecture.
A new composition by SAU music professor and composer Bill Campbell, PhD, is performed by the University Chorale, Chamber Singers, and Bee Sharp.