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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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August 2018
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Leo Kilfoy '51, who worked and taught at St. Ambrose from 1954 through 2002, is being remembered as an SAU athletics legend following his death on August 29.

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Seven QC colleges and universities conferred more than 4,100 new degrees in 2017-2018, but the massive impact these institutions have on the QC community extend far beyond a better-educated populace.

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Stephanie Gronowski's volcanic overview may have been the most daring Summer '18 adventure shared by St. Ambrose faculty and staff, but she wasn't alone in seeing the world and confronting danger.

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The 2018-19 academic project series "Visual Narratives" encourages storytelling in its many forms. Departments and programs across campus will host events, activities, exhibitions, workshops, and conferences that explore narratives.

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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.

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Former professor Thomas Chouteau was known for building a love of art and art history among students and for his deep dedication to the field.

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Fall classes are underway and campus activities are in full swing. Four students, returning for their second year, said they found their footing, made good friends and are enjoying the community that defines SAU.

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Black Hawk College and St. Ambrose University recently approved a Guaranteed Admission Agreement to better serve students and facilitate the transfer process.

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Old furniture and materials pulled from campus construction, remodeling and facility improvement projects are donated to area organizations to help meet community needs and as a long-standing practice of good stewardship of the earth.

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St. Ambrose celebrates successful conclusion to campaign for the largest capital project in University history, the Wellness and Recreation Center.

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Facts about the Building Our Future Campaign

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The 33 young men who comprised the inaugural class of students at St. Ambrose in the fall of 1882 had two courses of study to pursue along with their Catholic education.

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Business for the Greater Good is College of Business’ “North Star”

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Volunteers Followed Path to Social Justice, Self-Discovery

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In the past decade, St. Ambrose University added 11 new undergraduate and graduate programs in response to society's changing needs.

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Head football coach Mike Magistrelli '03 MEd calls the facility "a one-stop shop" for the team's practice-day workouts.

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When Maritza Espina, PhD, joined St. Ambrose University as dean of the College of Business in July, she brought with her more than a decade of leadership experience and 16 years of scholarship in management research, publications, teaching, and service.

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In the 1940s, management scholar Reg Revans had a new idea. He wanted people working in organizations at all levels to learn from each other.

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"This is what you are supposed to do with your life," said the mummy Isis Neferit to Onnica Marquez one night-in a dream, of course.

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Professor of Management Arun Pillutla Is Part of a Welcoming Ambrosian Culture

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It was not a serious question, but Colleen Dunnegan '02 graciously took it as such.

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I have no concept of how long I remained in that cramped space. But once I emerged with a soaked T-shirt and a completed paper, things would never be the same.

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It wasn't quite like pulling teeth. John Robinson's innate capacity for remembering events in vivid detail is an invaluable resource, after all, for a critically-acclaimed novelist, playwright, essayist, memoirist, and short story writer.

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With the support of his parents, Jon Schroeder '17 built his future at St. Ambrose.

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Her efforts were featured in a PBS documentary about one of the most impoverished school districts in the country.

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When Chicago residents Kelly (Kratt) '10 and Scott Paulson '10 were married in August 2017, they took time to honor and celebrate their Ambrosian spirit and connections, posing for a photo with 37 alumni and the Fighting Bee flag.

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Class Notes for Scene Summer 2018

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Articles from the Summer 2018 edition of Scene Magazine.

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St. Ambrose will sponsor The Fighting Bees Gaming League at Paradigm Gaming Center for high school teams throughout the Quad City area. The goal is to grow the sport at local high schools.

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