Charlie Noell ’08 may be thousands of miles away from St. Ambrose, but to his thinking, he's never felt more at home.
Charlie peers out of his grass-lined glass aquarium into the third grade classroom. Rescued last fall from the jaws of a Labrador retriever, the box turtle has lived among St. Ambrose 2004 alumna Rachel Sampson’s students all year
The SAU Education Department garnered two significant grants in the past few months that will increase the number of math and science teachers in Iowa and provide current teachers across Iowa with the training, mentoring and financial support to achieve national board certification.
On September 4, 1882, a day with a clear sky and the temperature in the high 60s, thirty-three boys walked into two classrooms of St. Marguerite's Cathedral grade school at 11th and Iowa Streets in Davenport, Iowa. They were the first students, on the first day, of St. Ambrose Seminary.
St. Ambrose will kick off a yearlong celebration of the university's 125th anniversary this fall with Founder's Day on Sept. 4, 2006
Ecuador in a Snapshot gave students participating in the intersession program in Ecuador over winter break the chance to capture the aspect of Ecuador that most spoke to them.
When Marla Brundies, '98, MSW ’01, left the Quad Cities in 2003, her friends and family knew she was on her way to great things.
When TV cable purveyor Mediacom advertised its "Sports Announcer Wannabe Contest" last fall, SAU junior Chris Hassel thought he could be a contender.