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Presidential transition begins as Sister Joan Lescinski completes 14-year term on Friday.

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Each of the gracious letters discussed below included financial donations, but we share them because of what they say about St. Ambrose and Ambrosians. These letters touched our hearts and we hope they will yours, too.

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Perla Hernandez's lifelong curiosity as to how pieces of the puzzle fit together to track time, to discover stars or to spark electricity led her to pursue a St. Ambrose Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering.

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Philosophy professor Tadd Ruetenik, PhD, proposed the 2019-20 theme due to the University's long history of social justice activism and because the United States still is fighting a war that began shortly after Sept. 11, 2001.

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Nobel Laureate Leymah Gbowee will provide the keynote address for the 16th annual Ambrose Women for Social Justice Conference, “War and Peace: Gender and Justice” on Sept. 24 at the Rogalski Center of St. Ambrose University.

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The St. Ambrose University community joined in solidarity in a Unity Walk organized by the Black Student Union in response to recent racist graffiti found on campus.

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Quad-Citians can learn more about the impact immigration policies and detention have on real families and ways they can advocate for social justice at the panel discussion, "Justice and Immigration: Catholic Responses to Detention."

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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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The BSW dual degree combines the liberal arts and professional practice skills, creating social workers who can work with clients and spark change in communities and organizations.

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Panel discussion hosted at SAU examined racial profiling and mass incarceration.

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