Ty Balduf '16, gave a research presentation on computational chemistry at the American Chemical Society's national meeting, and in the same session as one of the winners of the 2016 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, Ben Feringa.
Person-Centered care can transform the healthcare system in a way that benefits those who use it the most. The IPCC at St. Ambrose will hold its inaugural conference May 31 - June 1.
When Madison Volpert came to Ambrose, she thought she would spend the standard four years completing her undergraduate degree. But on May 12, she will graduate a full year early and begin the Doctor of Occupational Therapy Program this fall.
Maddie Seutter will graduate with classmates from three different schools and three different cities.
Five years to the day Cailyn Harrington was diagnosed with a brain tumor she will be walking across the stage at the St. Ambrose University Spring Commencement ceremony, graduating with honors and a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing.
The 50th anniversary of the 1968 decision to make St. Ambrose College a fully co-educational institution is an occasion worthy of celebration and reflection.
For Art Serianz, PhD, professor of chemistry, and Rachel Serianz, PhD, professor of education, retirement will simply be another step in a series of life metamorphoses.
More than 16,000 women have earned college degrees under the oaks since April 4, 1968.
Women have been present on campus since the school began accepting boarding students in the mid-1880s.
Foreign Correspondent Franc Contreras' Own Story Took a Turn at SAU