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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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Reina Glandon and daughter

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

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March 04, 2018 - March 10, 2018
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Live on campus this summer and complete an internship, take a course or work.

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2017 winners of the CHHS Alumni Awards

Nominate someone now for the 2018 College of Health and Human Services Alumni Awards.

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Becky Lawrence '08 DPT felt honored and challenged to be the first alumni to receive the CHHS Emerging Leader Award.

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Janna Syester hugging man in Romania

Janna Syester '07 MOT views her profession as a mission, and she serves in the U.S. and abroad.

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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.

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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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The play was very well-received and sold out almost every night. Even the icy weather on Feb. 17 didn't keep people away!

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cabaret

Taking place in 1931 Berlin, this vivacious musical brings to life the rise of the Nazi party in juxtaposition to the raucous Kit Kat Klub, a sultry spot for travelers and regulars alike.

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Rairdin-Hale has big plans for his sabbatical in Spring 2019 - and if everything goes as planned, he will be creating an even larger show than the Fresh Face Revue!

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Students have immersed themselves in scripts written in verse and had lengthy discussions on the realities of choosing to make acting into a living.

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jackson green

Jackson is not only heavily involved in theatre but also wears many other hats. In this year alone Green has performed as Picasso in Picasso at the Lapin Agile, was the set designer for Lonely Planet, and created the sound design for A View from The Bridge.

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Jackson's technical expertise has had a great impact on the SAU theatre department, even in his short time here! He was the Assistant Stage Manager for Picasso at the Lapin Agile, he worked crew for both Lonely Planet and Cinderella, he designed props for A View from the Bridge, and he is currently Assistant Stage Managing the spring mainstage show Cabaret.

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Productions in the Quad Cities and just beyond!

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SAU expands its summer camp offerings this year, adding programs for young artists, aspiring engineers and future international business exectives.

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