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Celebrate a month-long commitment to intentionally "bee-ing the difference" with homemade bread and a soup buffet.

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2021 Alumni Awards

The SAU Colleges of Health and Human Services, Arts and Sciences, and Business honored six alumni for outstanding leadership, scholarship, and community service in their professional and personal lives.

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Award Valued at $138,000 Grew From SAU Undergraduate Research Opportunity for Orion High School Graduate

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After suffering a traumatic brain injury in 1996, Sarah Barker announced nothing would stop her from earning a college degree. After two decades of classes, she graduated from St. Ambrose on Dec. 14.

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The Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree Brandy Jurevitz was awarded Dec. 14 honored her accomplishments, hard work and a never-ending drive to care for others. It also honored two of the most significant people in her life.

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

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Will and Megan on their wedding day

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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Joo Hee Kim and daughter

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 was awarded a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing during SAU's 2018 Winter Commencement Ceremony.

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Reina Glandon and daughter

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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2017 winners of the CHHS Alumni Awards

Nominate someone now for the 2018 College of Health and Human Services Alumni Awards.

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