Just two years after graduating from St. Ambrose University, Gabe Price '16 has launched an award-winning start-up, applied for a patent, is writing a USDA grant, and innovating new ways to reduce waste, boost soil quality and crop yields.
The 15th Annual Ambrose Women for Social Justice Conference Gender, Narrative, and Justice: Sharing Stories, Seeking Solutions will be held Oct. 10 and feature award winning author and poet Elizabeth Acevedo.
National ranking publications continue to list SAU among the top universities in the Midwest region, and the Doctor of Business Administration program was recently ranked in the top 10 in the United States.
Kate Hennessy, best-selling author and the granddaughter of Dorothy Day, a prominent Catholic social justice advocate who is under consideration for canonization, will speak Sept. 27 at St. Ambrose University.
This year's Kennedy Scholar is Keegan Harry, who debuted on the SAU mainstage as Victor in Cabaret last year, though he was not officially a student at the time. Harry is thrilled to be a part of this department and to continue his education.