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Beginning in Fall 2019, students can earn their bachelor's in Art History at SAU and seamlessly continue their education at Western Illinois University for a master's degree in Museum Studies.

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On April 24, more than 150 local and regional company representatives, students, faculty, and university leaders gathered at the Rogalski Center to highlight the rapid growth and strength of the SAU Business and Healthcare Sales program – thank those who helped give it a fast start.

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Three students from the Kinesiology department share their thoughts on SAU, their goals, and how to succeed in college.

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Students and faculty received awards from the Department of Kinesiology Awards on May 3.

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The American College of Sport Medicine (ACSM) has recently named St. Ambrose University as an official Exercise is Medicine campus site.

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The St. Ambrose College of Business is introducing a series of changes that will make its graduate degree programs more affordable and more accessible to working professionals.

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Recent graduate Chloe Gunn '19 is thankful for the relationships she created at SAU, which continue to propel her forward as she runs toward a brand-new challenge teaching abroad.

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Tanner Atkinson followed a time-honored St. Ambrose tradition in Graduation Day. First, he proposed Anna Kvidera paint her nails blue. Then, he proposed.

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A life-long friendship between Alex and Shannon is stronger than ever as the two will carry their Ambrosian ties as they go their seperate ways after graduation.

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As the inaugural cohort of 31 OTD students prepare to graduate, they already are advocates for occupational justice.

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While it's good to look to the future, it's also good to look back and reminisce about all the memories made during the St. Ambrose Theatre Department's productions this year.

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The sabbatical project of professor Daniel Rairdin-Hale, "The Little Prince," will have its world premiere at the QC Theatre Workshop in Davenport May 3-19.

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Quinnie Rodman of Mount Vernon, Iowa, is the 2019 Michael Kennedy Scholarship Award recipient.

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As another school year draws to a close, students in the St. Ambrose Theatre Department are thinking ahead to their summer plans and projects.

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Next year brings with it exciting news for theatre students and art lovers alike: a brand-new major, Digital Filmmaking!

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Mahr is a non-traditional junior majoring in theatre. He has come to finish his degree here at SAU and made himself right at home in the department by taking on projects and working on various productions.

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The department is looking forward to the upcoming 2019-20 theatre season.

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This year, SAU only had two graduating Theatre majors, Kendall McKasson and Rebecca Moews. Each was given 30 minutes to present their theatrical talent in the SAU Studio Theatre on the evening of April 26.

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Ambrosian theatre-lovers gathered May 5 for the annual award event, The Galvins, to celebrate another successful year.

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Keegan Harry is a first-year student at St. Ambrose with a beautiful tenor voice that can fill a room – and your heart.

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Celebrating our soon to be graduates by sharing some of their exceptional stories.

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This first-generation student made the most of his opportunities at SAU, and will take home memories for a lifetime as he begins a 'dream job' in nursing.

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Earlier this year, the university teamed with the Carnegie Dartlet organization to build a digital messaging strategy that can help the entire campus better explain "who" St. Ambrose is to prospective students.

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Construction began in Spring 2019 on a major renovation project that will expand McMullen Hall by 15,600 square feet and renovate an additional 22,000 square feet of the existing structure.

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Lee Lohman Arena will be the host site for the Quad Cities Veterans Experience Action Center (VEAC) on July 19-20.

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The Learning Lab Project is the first of its kind hosted by the St. Ambrose University Master of Speech-Language Pathology program and provides provides an effective way for graduate students to increase their skill set.

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Before Dale Broder, PhD, joined the St. Ambrose University Biology Department last year, she was involved in a University of Denver research group that made a remarkable discovery — a cricket that purrs, rather than chirps, to attract mates.

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Kim Matteson can empathize with students who haven’t identified a professional goal. That’s why she works so hard as director of the St. Ambrose University Career Center.

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Step into the office of St. Ambrose University Psychology Professor Judy Correa Kaiser, PhD, and you can actually see how closely connected she is to her students.

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A St. Ambrose education begins as a journey, and almost always ends with a great job.

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From internships to clinical partnerships, students find opportunities to connect their classroom learning to the real world.

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There is more to Patricia Snyder's story than success in the business world. Snyder is an avowed advocate for diversity. She talks it, and she walks it.

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