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Lecture Will Launch Middle East Institute

In an introductory lecture April 10, former Rep. Jim Leach will share his knowledge of the complex region that will be the focus of the new St. Ambrose Middle East Institute. Read an AmbroseZine interview.

In the News

SVC Complex Backers Will Meet on March 31

Supporters of the proposed SVC sports complex are encouraged to attend a March 31 meeting at 6:30 p.m. in the Rogalski Center. Learn more. 

MPAS Program Readies for First Cohort in June

The Master of Physician Assistant Studies program has received great news regarding accreditation and accepted its first class. Read about it.

Dance Marathon Looks To Grow in Year Two

The 2014 SAU Dance Marathon will take place Saturday April 5. More than 600 students will dance to help sick children. Read more.

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Alum, Prof Saved London in WWII

The late Bertrand Miller, PhD, '33 introduced physics at St. Ambrose. He also was an unsung war hero. Read about him.

Earn Credits Online This Summer

SAUtv: Ash Wednesday in the Chapel

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How many members of the first SAU Master of Physician Assistant Studies cohort will come from outside Iowa and Illinois?

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What was the percentage of female students majoring in engineering at US universities in 2009?


18 percent


Melba Kinney Rogoway '60.

Remember When...

The 1982 Halloween Dance was a hoot. Scout's honor. This troop included Maggie McNamara, Teresa Brinati, Terenza Thomas, Kaye Berthel, and Mary Simonaitis. See more pictures like this by following Fun Photo Friday at the SAU Alumni Facebook page.

Class Notes

Erin Watson '03 MSW

Erin Watson is opening the Watson Center for Wellness in her native Canton, Ill. She has been a social worker in the public school system for 11 years. Read about Erin.