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National ranking publications continue to list SAU among the top universities in the Midwest region, and the Doctor of Business Administration program was recently ranked in the top 10 in the United States.

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Kate Hennessy, best-selling author and the granddaughter of Dorothy Day, a prominent Catholic social justice advocate who is under consideration for canonization, will speak Sept. 27 at St. Ambrose University.

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October 2018
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As part of the SAU Undergraduate Summer Research Institute, junior Perla Hernandez conducted a parametric study of the thermochemical gasification of biomass.

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Seniors Andrea Bonetto, Ethan Zeller, Sheiny Tjia-Fleck, and Andrew Huffman constructed an experimental flow apparatus with a fluctuating water level, which they programmed to be controlled by an Arduino.

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Three St. Ambrose students worked with Dr. Robert Mitchell to calculate the distances to exploding stars - supernovae - in other galaxies using Expanding Photosphere Method (EPM), thereby determining the distances to the galaxies themselves.

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Preparing students for the workforce is of high priority for St. Ambrose Engineering and the MakerSpace allows students to gain important skills required by today's engineers.

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Congratulations to all of our 2017-18 Engineering graduates!

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Engineering Associate Professor Jodi Prosise recalls her experience giving a TED Talk this past spring.

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Three camps this past summer brought elementary, junior high, and high school students to campus to learn about engineering and robotics.

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One of the biggest additions to the department is the newly-formed Theatre Appreciation Club (TAC). While the club was first announced at the annual theatre picnic in August, meetings have now begun, and everyone is excited for the upcoming projects associated with TAC.

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St. Ambrose is now home to a brand new improv team for the 2018-19 school year. The team is coached by Brent Tubbs, a Quad Cities local with years of improvisational theatre experience.

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