I am pleased to welcome you to our fledging Academy for the Study of St. Ambrose of Milan. The academy highlights our commitment to the Catholic Intellectual Tradition and a Liberal Arts education through the lens of our patron saint St. Ambrose: bishop, theologian, diplomat, social justice advocate, orator, author, philanthropist, lawyer, poet, designer, bi-lingual scholar and interpreter. Read the rest of Paul Koch's letter
The academy promotes and supports scholarship, research, and creative work about the patron saint of St. Ambrose University.
At 2 p.m. on April 4, 2013, in the Ambrose Hall Lewis Board Room, Ethan Gannaway, PhD, will make the Spring Colloquium presentation on the topic of “Saint Ambrose and Toleration”
Read about special projects, classes and discover research papers by students and scholars
Help give undergraduate scholars an opportunity to study in "Ambrose's Italy"