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Amber Bracke enrolled in the College of Business MBA program in 2015, which led her to the MOL progam, and to set a goal to earn both gradaute degrees. She did, in just three years.

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Nursing graduate hopes to be a role model for her young daughter.

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April 2018
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On May 12, following the annual 9 a.m. Commencement Mass in Christ the King Chapel, Sodexo will treat all interested members of the Spring 2018 graduating class to a free brunch in the Rogalski Center Ballroom.

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Institute for Person-Centered Care Conference Speaker: Can we afford not to fix broken system?

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Helping students achieve their educational goals: endowed scholarship recipients thank donors during 9th annual luncheon.

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Ashley Yattoni never considered the possibility of rewriting the St. Ambrose softball record book. On April 20, she became the winningesty pitcher in SAU history.

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The largest feature of the new Wellness and Recreation Center has been named the O'Rourke Fieldhouse in honor of the generous support of Joe '72 and Joyce O'Rourke.

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The BSW dual degree combines the liberal arts and professional practice skills, creating social workers who can work with clients and spark change in communities and organizations.

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Students can earn a certificate from the Peace Corps that recognizes their intercultural competency and readiness to serve abroad.

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New Dean of Graduate Studies, Dr. Mike Puthoff,

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In early 2018, we developed a strategic plan to address each initiative. We are making great progress in many of these areas and will be continuing our work to address each initiative.

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This year, the leadership team of GSGA has had a busy year. Here are a few of our major accomplishments.

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Karen Eden, Manager of Graduate Admissions, works closely with program directors to spread the word about SAU graduate programs which includes recruiting new students and marketing new programs.

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These events highlight the work and innovation of our faculty and students. Many are open to the public and free of charge.

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The St. Ambrose University Master of Educational Administration (MEA) degree is essential in helping teachers shift from the classroom to a leadership role.

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See the list of spring commencement candidates.

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At KCACTF Region V Festival this past January, Donovan was chosen out of all of the region's stage managers to attend the national convention in D.C. later this April.

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SAU Theatre is incredibly proud of all that our students do, especially when they are using their gifts to help others. Kelci Eaton is truly an example of what it means to be an Ambrosian.

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The cast and crew of Cabaret have been in rehearsal since February, putting in countless hours and working together to create an entertaining and shockingly relevant show.

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Lewis Hall Room 111 housed St. Ambrose's first theatrical productions under the title Theatre III. Unlike any other theatre program, the students involved assisted with every aspect of the three theatrical productions each year, including the construction of the stage.

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Luckily for Cabaret cast members, St. Ambrose just opened a brand-new Wellness and Recreational Center this past fall, so performers get in shape and practice dance numbers.

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This year, we are very excited to welcome junior transfer students Halie Osborn and Kendall McKasson to the SAU Theatre Program!

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A lover of theatre his whole life, Jones has been involved in countless theatrical productions. You may have seen him on the Allaert stage last year playing Richard III, or this past summer in the Mississippi Bend Players' production of Brighton Beach Memoirs.

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Allison has been involved in many different things during her first year at St. Ambrose, including the vocal jazz choir STAMVOJA, the Honors Program, and now our upcoming spring musical Cabaret!

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The SAU theatre newsletter recently had the pleasure of interviewing first year Erika Seabloom for the Fresh Face Focus! We discussed many different aspects of theatre, and trust us, we know will soon be seeing a lot of her!

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Productions in the Quad Cities and just beyond!

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Are you ready to take the next step? St. Ambrose offers more than 60 programs and 27 athletic teams and sports to join on campus. Become an Ambrosian today!