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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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Patricia Kennedy, a professor emeritus in the English Department, died Friday, September 21. She was 91.

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You can now order single apparel items through Follett, the company that manages the SAU Bookstore.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Dr. Weaver is the new director for the Doctor of Physical Therapy program. Learn more about her and what's in store for physical therapy at SAU!

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This short and informative play has become an annual tradition that all first-year students are required to watch.

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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.

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Some unique aspects of this play help accentuate and illuminate the difficult subjects it presents.

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With the recent passing of Neil Simon, it's more important than ever that we take time to recognize and appreciate the generations of brilliant plays left as his legacy.

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While St. Ambrose students went home for a break from their studies this summer, work crews have been busy bees in the Galvin Fine Arts Center.

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The Quad Cities offers an abundance of opportunities for theatre lovers, whether it be community or professional theatre. Ambrose students and faculty participated across the board.

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After the first day of classes ended, theatre-minded people from across campus swarmed to Allaert Auditorium for the traditional SAU theatre picnic.

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Abbie transferred from Simpson College in Indianola, Iowa, where she was involved in a variety of plays and will play Cookie Cusack in "Rumors" this fall.

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Rebecca Moews is entering her senior year at St. Ambrose double-majoring in Theatre and TV/Radio Production.

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The St. Ambrose Doctor of Occupational Therapy (OTD) program has received full accreditation from the Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE).

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