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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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October 2018
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The community is invited to join the campus Nov. 12 in recognizing the 100th anniversary of the signing of the WWI Armistice during a celebration at Christ the King Chapel.

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Family Weekend is November 2-4, with many events for students and families to enjoy.

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Backyard Rivals from SAU and Augustana will face off in a basketball doubleheader at the TaxSlayer Center in Moline on Oct. 28.

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Meet Julie Solomon, Executive Director of the Institute for Person-Centered Care

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St. Ambrose University joined thousands of universities across the country Nov. 8 to honor and celebrate the accomplishments and contributions of students who are the first in their families to attend college.

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Bee the Difference Day

The annual all-campus volunteer event, Bee the Difference Day, is Nov. 11. More than 500 students and alumni are expected to participate and help campus neighbors prepare for winter.

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As part of the SAU Undergraduate Summer Research Institute, junior Perla Hernandez conducted a parametric study of the thermochemical gasification of biomass.

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Seniors Andrea Bonetto, Ethan Zeller, Sheiny Tjia-Fleck, and Andrew Huffman constructed an experimental flow apparatus with a fluctuating water level, which they programmed to be controlled by an Arduino.

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Three St. Ambrose students worked with Dr. Robert Mitchell to calculate the distances to exploding stars - supernovae - in other galaxies using Expanding Photosphere Method (EPM), thereby determining the distances to the galaxies themselves.

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Preparing students for the workforce is of high priority for St. Ambrose Engineering and the MakerSpace allows students to gain important skills required by today's engineers.

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Congratulations to all of our 2017-18 Engineering graduates!

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Engineering Associate Professor Jodi Prosise recalls her experience giving a TED Talk this past spring.

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Three camps this past summer brought elementary, junior high, and high school students to campus to learn about engineering and robotics.

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One of the biggest additions to the department is the newly-formed Theatre Appreciation Club (TAC). While the club was first announced at the annual theatre picnic in August, meetings have now begun, and everyone is excited for the upcoming projects associated with TAC.

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St. Ambrose is now home to a brand new improv team for the 2018-19 school year. The team is coached by Brent Tubbs, a Quad Cities local with years of improvisational theatre experience.

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The Fresh Face Revue is a chance for first-year and transfer students to perform an act of their choice on the main stage. This year, the show will be on October 19 and will showcase the talents of ten new students and four student directors.

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At 7:40 a.m., I sat in the Galvin lobby, waiting nervously. I'm not much of a reporter, and I'd never done a face-to-face interview before. Plus, the subject of my interview was a well-known, well-respected, and somewhat intimidating presence: Michael Kennedy.

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On September 28, curtains opened for the Night Owl production of Stephen Karam's Speech and Debate at the Playcrafter's Barn Theatre. The production was directed by St. Ambrose alum Max Moline '17 and starred a cast entirely of SAU 2017 Theatre alumni Jordan Webster-Moore, Jordan McGinnis, and Helene Devine.

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The senior highlighted for this issue is Kendall McKasson, a Theatre major with a minor in Arts Administration. She's a beloved "Techie" and captain of the St. Ambrose Tech Team. Most recently, she stage-managed the main stage production of Rumors by Neil Simon.

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Melissa is a junior transfer student, and St. Ambrose could not be more excited to see how her career grows in her next two years of theatre!

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The cast included some experienced local actors, such as Jessica Taylor as Jean, Mike Schulz as Gordon, Susan Perrin-Sallak as Mrs. Gottlieb, and even St. Ambrose junior Abbie Carpenter as an ensemble member.

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