MPAS students found creative ways to overcome language barriers to help refugee and immigrant families become more educated, and comfortable, with U.S. healthcare.
Since 1991, he has taught scores of SAU theatre students in scene and lighting design, as well as stagecraft.
The second annual Art Conference – Making Connections: Global Impacts of Art & Design – aligns its event with the 2017-18 University theme of Globalization.
One month, four national titles. SAU Athletics may need a warning label for recruits: Caution: Winning national championships at St. Ambrose may be habit-forming.
New focus on number of donors rather than dollars for SAU Annual Day of Giving.
Live on campus this summer and complete an internship, take a course or work.
Nominate someone now for the 2018 College of Health and Human Services Alumni Awards.
Becky Lawrence '08 DPT felt honored and challenged to be the first alumni to receive the CHHS Emerging Leader Award.
Janna Syester '07 MOT views her profession as a mission, and she serves in the U.S. and abroad.
Senior Hannah Donovan, theatre major and art minor, began theatre as a way to socialize but found both talent in and a love for theatre as she dove into behind the scenes work at SAU.
A group of students and a faculty adviser are working closely with SAU alum Aaron Randolph III '12 to workshop an original play that will be performed sometime during 2018-19 in Allaert Auditorium.
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