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College memories—as well as lifelong friendships— tend to grow in the late-night quiet of a residence hall suite.

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Biomedical Science Concentration prepares biology alumni for graduate-level challenges.

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Nursing student Celeste Arteaga was one of just 75 applicants nationwide accepted into the U.S. Navy Nurse Candidate Program this year.

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Our keeper of history, Fr. George McDaniel '66, helped project to restore Lewis Boardroom windows.

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St. Ambrose is a host site for Project Search, a national program that helps recent high school graduates with intellectual or developmental challenges gain competitive employment skills.

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Kira Colthurst graduated cum laude in December 2017 with a BS in Exercise Science and a BS in Human Performance and Fitness. She is from Royce City, Texas.

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Alexis graduated in December 2017 with a BS in Human Performance and Fitness. She is from Overland Park, Kansas.

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Jennifer Kruger graduated in December 2017 with a BA in K-12 Physical Education Teaching. She is from DeWitt, Iowa.

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In August we welcomed our first cohort of MS in Exercise Physiology students.

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Dr. Lantis teaches classes in nutrition; exercise physiology; exercise testing and prescription; and also has classroom experience teaching research methods in exercise science and endurance training principles.

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The Capstone in Sport Management class, as part of the Sport Management program, hosted an industry and networking event Nov. 14 in the Rogalski Center Ballroom.

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The finish line often seemed a long way away for Shaquille Jones, a formerly homeless Chicago teen who came to St. Ambrose in 2013 to get the college education his late grandmother constantly told him was his ticket out of poverty.

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Saturday, Heather Birely will achieve a goal she set aside years ago to raise her sons. What's more, all three sons plan to follow her into the physical therapy profession.

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Kendra Hodel worked diligently to make the most of her opportunity as a St. Ambrose nursing student. Her effort, talent and abilities earned Kendra a job at University of Iowa Hospitals.

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Jose Lara is setting an example for his children. Donald Harvey is blazing a trail for his twin. Both are among 14 military veterans who will receive St. Ambrose degrees on Saturday at the RiverCenter in Davenport.

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When Kevin Wendling tells his future physical therapy clients they can push through any challenge, he will be speaking from powerful personal experience. A month after earning his undergrad degree, he lost both parents in a bicycling accident.

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In our alumni, we see the true impact of the work we do, and through the success of our graduates, we hope today's students will be able to see their own immense potential.

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The St. Ambrose Institute for Person Centered Care aligns an alumnus' long-held interest in re-imagining healthcare and social services with his alma mater’s growing reputation as a premier provider of health and human services education.

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In countless professional and philanthropic roles, Tom Higgins has been energized by a newsboy’s curious nature and driven by a devotion to social justice honed at St. Ambrose.

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St. Ambrose will be the third university in the State of Iowa to offer a graduate degree in public health.

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St. Ambrose University debuted a new look and an engaging new voice for its website this fall.

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Three spacious new labs, each equipped with the latest technological innovations, are now available to engineering majors.

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Jim’s Place, the Assistive Technology House at St. Ambrose, has grown in reach through the introduction of a Virtual Demonstration and Training Site (VDTS).

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As much as Becky (Chouteau) Pracht ’74 is a part of St. Ambrose, SAU is a part of her as well.

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Johny Augustine, PhD, said he is not an expert when it comes to natural disasters and recovery. 'The people who survive, they are the experts,” he said. Augustine has lived among such experts, documented their experiences, recovery and resiliency and shared that information with the world.

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Once a High School Drop Out, Patt Zamora Led the Way For Three Generations of Ambrosian Learners

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A growing number of former Fighting Bees athletes are giving back financially to St. Ambrose to assist their former teams and their alma mater.

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While a student in the prestigious Master of Terrorism, Security and Society program at King’s College in London last June, Joe Dillon '16 experienced his course matter up close and personal.

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Television networks pay Kelly Christopher ’02 to attend Super Bowls, NCAA March Madness, Major League Baseball playoffs.

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What are your classmates doing now? Find out through Class Notes.

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Find additional content as indiucated in Fall 2017 Scene Magazine

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The new Wellness and Recreation Center is the largest capital construction project in the history of St. Ambrose University. Here are some project facts:

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