Molly Conrad '14 follows her dream of becoming a singer-songwriter by taking her debut album on the road.
SAU vocal jazz group takes on the iconic Star Spangled Banner.
Daniel Rairdin-Hale '04 is the winner of the College of Arts and Science's first Traveling Trophy awarded to those who have done something to advance the college.
Brian Blevins '88 is a self-proclaimed lepidopterist.
Mike McAleer '64 began his career with the Handicapped Development Center in 1970.
Hon. Celeste Bremer '74 will receive pair of prestigious awards
Some faculty members worked their way back to classroom
First book co-author Sheryl WuDunn on campus Oct. 21
"They were motivated to help support their kids and show them that you can do difficult things, even a bit later in life," said Jodi Prosise, PhD, an associate professor of engineering. "I think our younger students can learn from a different perspective as well."
Several SAU faculty and staff members have received awards or appointments.
St. Ambrose University opens its observatory to the public for a night of stargazing.
Current students and their families are invited to an open house featuring Music, Art, and Theatre departments.
Professor of Social Work Chris Martin delivers a lecture.
The annual Catholic Studies Lecture is delivered by Monsignor Kevin Irwin, MDiv, STD, from the Catholic University of America.
The annual Wilbur Symposium on the Christian Tradition and Non-Violence will be delivered by Drs. Carol Taylor and Robert Barnet from Georgetown University.