The Yellow Ribbon GI education program was a provision in the Post-9/11 veterans educational act. With in-kind subsidies from participating schools like St. Ambrose, the program means some veterans of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars won’t have to pay a dime out-of-pocket to obtain a degree.
Participating in an acting class is probably the last thing most people would expect of autistic children, yet they make believers of all who see them perform at the Curtainbox Theatre Company.
A cross and spire have towered over the St. Ambrose campus since Ambrose Hall was dedicated in 1885, and it towers now next to the university’s name in the official St. Ambrose University logo introduced at the start of the spring semester.
For three years, Mark Brand dreamed of leading a study abroad trip to Israel. Four months after his tragic death, that dream was realized by five students.
High-tech 'sims' teach health science lessons
"There's a big difference between getting your produce out of California or locally."
The newly named St. Ambrose College of Health and Human Services (CHHS) is poised to advance important changes occurring in education and the health and human service fields.
In time for the start of spring semester, the university’s information resources technology office completed a project that tripled the available bandwidth across campus.