Deere's Mara Sovey extends company's philanthropic footprint.
As a foreign service officer with the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), she has also helped implement critical aid and relief programs in impoverished countries from Asia to Latin America.
In Zimbabwe's capital city of Harare, Tsitsi Bergman '98, '04 MBA, became accustomed to waving goodbye to her parents as they embarked on "exotic journeys to far-off lands," she says.
Eric Reist '06 is one of 15 specialists on a DC Air Force base trained to respond to chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, or high-yield explosive threats or emergencies.
Marcos McPeek Villatoro '84, an award-winning novelist, and now an Emmy-winning writer
Under the canopy of St. Ambrose's historic oaks, the Wine Festival Wine Tasting allows guests to experience more than 100 wines and sample gourmet food.
When the Dubuque Telegraph-Herald announced its 2009 First Citizen Award, the recipient came as no surprise-except, perhaps, to the recipient herself: Franciscan Sister Helen Huewe '61
This past fall, the "goal/reality" campaign was launched to emphasize the outcomes of a St. Ambrose education, the real value of an Ambrose degree, and the demand by employers for our well-rounded graduates.
As Ambrose's fifth Fulbright Scholar in six years and the first who is an industrial engineering major, Samantha Lee is helping find ways AIDS can be reduced in a country where the infection is growing in the population.
Guest lecturers addressed hot-button topics that provided much food for thought both in and out of Ambrose's classrooms and within the greater Quad Cities community.