Colleagues in the College of Education and Health Sciences proposed "the ideal memorial for a man of his stature."
It could be said that St. Ambrose is the force to be reckoned with in the Midwest Collegiate Conference.
A swarm of blue and white is again traversing the Iowa countryside in this year’s Register’s Annual Great Bike Ride Across Iowa, July 25–31.
Since graduating with his degree in athletic training from St. Ambrose in 1997, Adam Gentz has steadily made a name for himself in the strength and conditioning arena.
There's a virtual place for Bees to gather!
When St. Ambrose’s president Joan Lescinski, CSJ tasked the campus community with developing a new vision statement for the university, it set us upon a journey to consider both our past and our future afresh.
How does one's life unfold? How much do you choose, and how much are you chosen for? J.D. Ross '67 wonders.
It's anything but business as usual in today's higher education landscape. So how do we establish our relevance in the changing marketplace?
How is social justice defined, though, and how did it become such an integral part of this university?