Jim O’Rourke was the oldest of six boys, growing up on an Iowa farm. At age 22, a tragic work accident left him a quadriplegic.
Jon Turnquist and MOT Professor Phyllis Wenthe, PhD, believed that a more hands-on experience could do even more to benefit both their students and the community.
When Quad City arts icon Isabel Bloom passed away at the age of 93, Donna Young ’81 sculpted a grasshopper in her memory.
It takes incredible efficiency for Aaron Randolph III ’02, ’12 to squeeze everything into his day. The St. Ambrose University music graduate returned to his alma mater to earn two more degrees this year.
As the associate director of public engagement at the White House, Erin Hannigan ’07 is welcoming citizens from across the United States to the White House as part of President Barack Obama’s Champions of Change series.
When Amy Hoover Jones ’02 got the call to be the alumni director at her alma mater, it was an easy choice to make.
Trivia Nights offer a warm place to socialize during the cold winter months. And Bee Happy Hour gets new summer date.
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For the fourth year in a row, St. Ambrose has embarked on a yearlong project series of lectures, films, concerts, artistic performances and exhibits, all related to a common theme.
For beloved professors who have touched thousands of lives over the years, an endowed scholarship or fund can serve as a living legacy to their selfless service.