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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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MPES student will head to St. Petersburg, Florida to begin working with the New York Yankees as a batting instructor

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When study dates turn into real dates, great things can happen. MPAS students Will Markes and Megan Wickett tied the knot this fall and will celebrate this milestone as husband and wife.

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It is not uncommon for students who hold the same goal to have other things in common, too. But, Joo Hee Kim and Sangita Thapa take it to another level. Each will be awarded a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing during SAU's 2018 Winter Commencement Ceremony.

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

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Max Tefo planned to be a professional soccer player in Europe, but an injury sidelined that goal. Early on, his mother encouraged him to pursue an education, and he did, earning a Doctor of Physical Therapy degree.

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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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In August, we welcomed the largest group of first-year student-athletes in St. Ambrose history.

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College memories—as well as lifelong friendships— tend to grow in the late-night quiet of a residence hall suite.

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Students who’ve lived the Davis Hall experience remember it fondly.

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Today, St. Ambrose offers 13 master’s degrees and three doctoral degrees. And there are more to come.

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Janet Sichterman has three—yes, three—master’s degrees from the St. Ambrose University College of Business, each obtained over the course of a rewarding 24-year career in executive management.

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Good business starts with great customer service. Great educations do, as well.

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Joe Miller, PhD, a second-year associate professor of sales and marketing, is a relative newcomer to St. Ambrose University, but he brings an extraordinary breadth of perspective and energy to the campus.

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As the Director of First-Year Admissions, Allie McLaughlin Conklin ’11 MBA is involved daily in the admissions process of thousands of prospective St. Ambrose University students.

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Biomedical Science Concentration Prepares Biology Alumni for Graduate-Level Challenges

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The Building Our Future campaign raised a total of $19,739,000, exceeding its goal of $18.5 million by more than $1.2 million.

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Ryan Holtmann ’04 has found a career at Wheels Up, a private aviation company whose clients include famous athletes such as pro golfer Rickie Fowler and NASCAR driver Joey Logano.

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As he reflected recently on a full and successful life, Robert Van De Voorde ’59 shared a story of a driven learner undeterred by a significant challenge.

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The working motto for Lauren Crew ’16 is simple: fit all you can into your day and don’t screw anything up.

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Class Notes from Scene Fall 2018

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Shannon Rourke graduated in 2016 with a BA in Theatre and History.

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Sam is a bow tie aficionado – he has a collection of 25 so far!

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Senior Christian Colmenares can't decide between two of his dream roles: Elder Cunningham in Book of Mormon and Jack Kelly in Newsies.

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Musical Theatre Intensive is a KCACTF event in which students from schools across the region prepare and perform three-minute musical theatre songs.

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During finals week this year, the student-directed one acts will once again be performed in the Studio Theatre.

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This semester, students in Cory Johnson's Dramatic Literature class wrote plays and submitted them to the Quad City Theatre Workshop's 3rd Annual Susan Glaspell Playwriting Festival.

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With a total run of seven performances of "Honk Jr." over just five days, cast members endured a hectic week. This included five performances to hundreds of energetic elementary and middle school kids.

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On Nov. 8, 100 audience members poured into the cabaret setting on the Allaert Auditorium stage, which was filled with tables, chairs, drinks, and haze to set the mood.

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The Theatre Appreciation Club (TAC) held three fundraisers this semester to help pay for its first major group trip – to Chicago!

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Ten alumni came together this year to raise funds for upcoming productions.

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