Midwestern hospitality was on full display this past week as more than 300 gathered on St. Ambrose University’s campus to celebrate and honor the ten-year papacy of Pope Francis. This 3-day international conference, titled Francis at Ten: A Papacy of Possibilities, began as the hushed audience listened intently as a letter was read from Pope Francis to the attendees.
Following the St. Ambrose University Institute for Person-Centered Care (IPCC) conference in March, the Institute will host an interactive workshop Thursday, Sept. 29 to problem-solve real-world healthcare issues in a practical and meaningful way.
More than 120 business leaders from across the Quad Cities and throughout the Midwest joined in an Innovation Summit hosted by St. Ambrose University on Thursday, April 7.
Following the theme "Challenging Boundaries; Building Community," the AWSJ conference was an impactful and lively morning filled with local community and political leaders, panel discussions, and a keynote address by Ann McGlynn, founder of Tapestry Farms, a non-profit urban farm system investing in refugees to the Quad Cities.
SAU and WIU will host a Museum Studies and Art History Symposium Jan. 31 - Feb. 1 at the Figge Art Museum in Davenport. Event will feature paper presentations by SAU students.
The 2019 Quad Cities Cybersecurity Conference and Kids Hacker Camp is scheduled Sept. 5-7 at the St. Ambrose University Rogalski Center.
Leaders in the medical technology industry will present to regional healthcare leaders, practitioners, students and educators at an Oct. 1 conference organized by the Institute for Person-Centered Care at St. Ambrose University.
Nobel Laureate Leymah Gbowee will provide the keynote address for the 16th annual Ambrose Women for Social Justice Conference, “War and Peace: Gender and Justice” on Sept. 24 at the Rogalski Center of St. Ambrose University.
This premiere Midwest cybersecurity conference will be held at SAU and will grow the knowledge, skills, and connections between business leaders, IT professionals and students of all ages.