Hundreds of alumni will return to campus for Homecoming Weekend Sept. 16-18, marking a long-awaited return to celebrating their alma mater.
Over a 40-year career helming the SAU Physical Plant, Morrissey dedicated his life to St. Ambrose University with his time and talent.
At the end of the spring semester, more than a dozen long-time faculty will retire from SAU. Here's a quick Q&A about some of their greatest hits and where they're going next.
An array of circumstances led to Nirmala Lekhak's '09, PhD, inspiration to leave her native Nepal in 2005 to study nursing. Lehkah always knew she wanted to pursue a career in the healthcare field, but, in Nepal, the medical field pathways primarily led to a career as a doctor.
As the Director of Operations for the Logistics Civil Augmentation Program (LOGCAP), Brian Almonrode '21 MOL supported two high-profile U.S. Army-led missions while completing his final project and thesis in the Master of Organizational Leadership program.
Kubiesa is a private chef in the Chicago area, with a clientele that includes three current Chicago Bulls. Since his graduation from Chicago's Kendall College at National Louis University with an Associate's in Culinary Arts degree in 2015, he has cooked for players and coaches at the Chicago Bears practice facilities, and worked as a private chef for a celebrity family while co-authoring a pair of popular cookbooks.
The SAU College of Business was named after Patricia VanBruwaene '74, '84 MBA, alum who blazed trails for females in business leadership.
The Alumni Association is one of SAU's more established voluntary advisory councils, a group of dedicated Ambrosians who work to keep others connected to their alma mater.
Class Notes for Scene Magazine, Spring 2022