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.
On a beautiful June afternoon, the St. Ambrose community gathered to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the ordination of its beloved chaplain, Rev. Chuck Adam ’82. In his own words, Father Chuck reflects upon his life as a priest.
The St. Ambrose Doctor of Physical Therapy Orthopaedic Clinical Residency Program is one of only 41 such residences in the country—and the only physical therapy residency program in the state of Iowa.
The former Orthopaedic Specialists Sports Complex (commonly known as the Brady Street Bubble), was purchased by St. Ambrose last March. A Name the Bubble contest on campus resulted in its new designation as The Ambrose Dome.
In July, Monsignor Robert Gruss ’90 was ordained Bishop of the Diocese of Rapid City, S.D. Having entered the priesthood in his late 30s, the 55-year-old Gruss asked, “Who could have written this script except the Lord?”