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Homecoming 2013: Looking Forward While Looking Back
In the midst of the many time-honored traditions of Homecoming on Sept. 27-29, Ambrosians will take time to look to the future. A time capsule dating back to 1885 taken from the cornerstone of Ambrose Hall in May will be be replaced on Sept. 28 with a capsule carrying select items from today. Read about it. Learn about the Ambrose Hall print
at the left. And read more about Homecoming 2013.
SAU Moves Up in Pair of Prestigious Rankings
St. Ambrose received top marks from two national publications, including a 10-place jump in the annual U.S. News & World Report assessment of top-tier Midwest universities. Read about it.
Ryan Saddler Named Director of Diversity
In his new role as SAU's Director of Diversity, Ryan Saddler will strive to ensure that our commitment to diversity and inclusion continues and grows. Read about him.
Bees Coach Scores Big Ten Assignment
Former Fighting Bees men's basketball guard and recent SAU graduate assistant coach Christopher Spartz has landed a job with Big Ten powerhouse Ohio State University. Read about it.
Positive Outlook Helps Staff Member Fight Cancer
Director of Student Engagement Jason Richter has always employed an upbeat outlook to enhance students' SAU experience. He's using the same approach to battle cancer. Read this story from The Buzz.
Lewis Lab Expansion Builds on Existing Advantage
Access to gross human anatomy laboratories is a popular piece of the St. Ambrose health sciences curriculum. Grant-aided summer expansion of those labs means more of a good thing. Read about it.
Course shows strength in TEAMS
A week-long course for members of the SAU MBA and MOL program promotes the team approach. Read about it
Where will Katie Kerr and Chris Sabino be married?
The two members of the Class of 2006 will be married Sept. 21 at Medinah Country Club in Medinah, Ill.
Cari (Oester) Vericella '04
Physical Therapy Program Director John Barr and Admissions Advisor James Davis spent the spring of 1993 recruiting students for the Master of Physical Therapy program that was to debut in the fall. The Doctor of Physical Therapy program will celebrate its 20th anniversary as a graduate program on Sept. 28. See a larger image.
Dan Roach '93 MCJ
Retired Illinois State Police Captain Dan Roach '93 MCJ has been named commander of investigations of the Schaumburg (Ill.) Police Department. Read about it.