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Graduates: Here are Their Stories

students at graduation

May 2016


A behavioral neuroscientist heading to sunny California, several we will address as "Dr." someday, non-trads unafraid to take a leap, an Army ranger-turned-artist—and more. Take a peek at their stories as they say "goodbye" to dear old St. Ambrose, and "hello" to new adventures ahead!



ryan goldenThe Boy Who Hated Math
Ryan Golden
- heading to UC San Diego to work as a computational neuroscientist in their PhD program, a full scholarship and stipend
math and biology (minor in computer programming)



stack of booksEarning a Master's Degree at 22
Samantha Loose - The motivated and busy student earned her associate's, bachelor's and master's degrees in top speed.





Rural Medicine
Aubrey Graham
- Aubrey Graham came from a small town and will return to a small town--as a doctor.
Biology and Behavioral Neuroscience (minors in Chemistry and Spanish)



griffin reedJoining a Research Project, Decades in the Making
Griffin Reed
- heading to Florida International University to work and conduct research in a a nationally acclaimed evidence-based treatment program for children.
Forensic Psychology (minor in criminal justice)



three sets of twins
Double the Fun at Commencement
Four St. Ambrose families had twice the cause for celebration at Saturday's Spring 2016 Commencement ceremonies.




melissa weaverEducation Gave Vet a Fighting Chance
Melissa Weaver
Master of Education in Teaching




shelby leemans
The People Here Made Me Want to Stay
Shelby Leemans - Despite sleep disorder, Leemans made the most of SAU experience.


 

Non-Trads Take it to the Next Level

kyle erkel

Kyle Erkel - "Three years ago I decided to become a full-time college student and pursue my goal of becoming a pharmacist."
Elected Studies



maureen marrandino
Maureen Marrandino
-  "Three years ago, our family took a leap of faith."
Master of Speech-Language Pathology



ken cunninghamKen Cunningham

Q-C Times: "Cunningham, who has post-traumatic stress disorder, has found a sort of therapy in studying art."
Painting

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