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Beginning in Fall 2019, students can earn their bachelor's in Art History at SAU and seamlessly continue their education at Western Illinois University for a master's degree in Museum Studies.

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On April 24, more than 150 local and regional company representatives, students, faculty, and university leaders gathered at the Rogalski Center to highlight the rapid growth and strength of the SAU Business and Healthcare Sales program and thank those who helped give it a fast start.

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March 2019
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Five students spent the week in Memphis, cleaning up the waters and banks of the Mississippi River. They joined college students from across the U.S. in a week of service, working side-by-side with the crew of Living Lands & Waters.

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The $8.3 million project will add 15,600 square feet to building, providing a central home for the SAU College of Business and its academic programs.

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Dr. Zahs, a visiting professor of biology, passed away on Wednesday, March 20.

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Mike Holmes, a native Iowan with 20-plus years experience in coaching and six as a director of intercollegiate athletics, has been selected to lead the St. Ambrose University Athletics Department into the future.

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SAU Theatre students lived up to expectations for KCACTF 51.

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The tech team traveled alongside 17 other students who represented St. Ambrose University in various aspects of the festival. With a mix of tech team veterans and first-time competitors, there were a lot of mixed feelings going into the competition.

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For the first time ever, St. Ambrose won the KCACTF spirit award which was announced at the mid-week ceremony.

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Student director and junior TJ Green – plus the cast and crew – delivered a high-quality show that entertained and enticed.

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Megan Cox graduated from St. Ambrose University in May 2003 with a bachelor's degree in Theatre and Public Relations/Mass Communications.

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As the final play for 2018-19, 'Tartuffe' gives students a dark comedy to sink their acting chops into.

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Theatre professor creating adaptation of 'The Little Prince' during sabbatical.

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The Susan Glaspell Writing Contest wrapped up over this last month, and the winning plays – one written by an SAU student – recently were performed as staged readings.

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