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Winter 2008 – Vol. 1, No. 1

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Winter 2008 – Vol. 1, No. 1

Raising the Glass Ceiling
In a feat of engineering, MBA alumna Gayle Roberts raises the glass ceiling when she becomes president of Stanley Consultants, Inc. more >>

Politics Makes Great Wilson Fellow
Woodrow Wilson Fellow Eleanor Clift brings her pertinent and insightful point of view into politics to St. Ambrose in February 2008. more >>

In the Bee-partisan Spirit
With the presidential election in November, Ambrose students will have the opportunity to change the direction of America, and so change history. more >>

The 'Eco' Heard 'Round Campus
Fueled by earth-friendly student power and a $32,000 SCRA grant, a collaborative recycling program is set to create reverberations across campus. more >>

Ambrose Grows its Green Genes
Ambrose's green initiatives aim to shrink the campus's carbon footprint even as we grow. more >>

Gentle Generosity
St. Ambrose is fortunate to have been a recipient of the late Margaret Tiedemann's generosity of treasure and talent and spirit. more >>

Assisting Living
For the occupational therapy faculty, their personal commitment translates into OT graduates with the same dedication. more >>

Ambrosians Making News

The ability to make her cerebral palsy an asset rather than a hindrance won sophomore Abbey Curran the Miss Iowa USA 2008 title. more >>

The SAU Fishing Club has drawn national recognition by showing what being an Ambrosian means. more >>

A learning community finds that being pen pals with elementary students goes far beyond reading and writing. more >>

Although former NASA engineer Ken Hartman ’39 was involved in the 1960s US space race, he's more proud of his WWII service. more >>

When OT student Carol Haywood first met Father Simon Taabu, she had no idea she’d end up on a physical and emotional journey halfway around the globe. more >>

“I am ready to lead,” vows MBA alum Nancy Mulcahey, the Quad-City Development Group’s new president and CEO. more >>

Nineteen nurses receiving their master's of science in nursing administration are the first graduates of a program created to fill the need for qualified nurse leaders. more >>

Two-time NAIA All-American golfer Drew Chuipek will represent the USA at the World University Games in South Africa. more >>