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KALA's Diverse Programming Honored With NAACP Award

For decades, KALA-FM has filled an entertainment void and given a voice to under-served members of the Quad Cities community. That commitment was honored by the Rock Island County Chapter of the NAACP in June. Read about it.

In the News

Pacem in Terris Award to L'Arche Founder

On Aug. 25, celebrate the work of L'Arche founder Jean Vanier, who created the faith-based international federation of communities which provide homes to people with intellectual disabilities. Read about it.

Alumni Invasion Weekend Reset for 2014

With more advance notice, the St. Ambrose Alumni Association and Alumni Office believe nostalgic alums will have a better opportunity to plan to reconnect with the school and classmates. Read about it.

Get Updated on the Update to Ambrose Hall

As the $5 million renovation project to the exterior of Ambrose Hall proceeds, local media have been checking in to report on our treasured Davenport landmark. Read and see what they are saying.

What We Learned Via Summer Research Institute

The St. Ambrose Undergraduate Summer Research Institute gave 25 students interactive learning opportunities through seven interesting projects in June and July. Follow their blog.

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Education Major Lobbies Congress

Emilee Steinbeck was part of a group of future teachers who visited the US Capitol in June to advocate for education. Read her blog. 

Academy Graduates Reunite

Run To the Bee Cool Tent After The Bix

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What degree did Ven. Somnieng Houern '10 receive from Harvard University?


A Master of Public Administration degree from the Kennedy School of Government.


Katie (Baker) Krizek  ‘96

Remember When...

Students used to gather for morning coffee at Ambrose Hall. It won't be long before the campus coffee shop is up and running there again. Work on the lower level of Ambrose Hall is on pace for a Sept. 1 opening. See a larger image. Next, view a photo album of changes in progress.

Class Notes

Emily Maiden '11 MSW

Emily Maiden '11 MSW recently was named Person of Week by the Bettendorf News. She is a transition coordinator at Alternatives for the Older Adult in Moline, Ill. Read about her.


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