It's anything but business as usual in today's higher education landscape. So how do we establish our relevance in the changing marketplace?
How does one's life unfold? How much do you choose, and how much are you chosen for? J.D. Ross '67 wonders.
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.
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
Since graduating with his degree in athletic training from St. Ambrose in 1997, Adam Gentz has steadily made a name for himself in the strength and conditioning arena.
Colleagues in the College of Education and Health Sciences proposed "the ideal memorial for a man of his stature."
St. Ambrose University theatre students garnered a slew of awards in January.
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.