Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, an accomplished NBA professional, spoke to future and current speech-language pathologists (SLP) at St. Ambrose University about his experiences surrounding stuttering and the creation of his non-profit, Change & Impact: Voices for Stuttering.
In this Q&A, we hear from Samantha Sancen as she prepares to walk the graduation stage. Samantha shares her experience studying Political Science and Theology, her involvement in various student organizations, and the campus service that was most helpful to her during her time at St. Ambrose. She also reflects on the most significant lesson she learned while at the University and how it will shape her future endeavors.
Growing up in Norway, it’s not surprising that Petter had not heard of Davenport, IA before he was recruited by the SAU swim team in 2019. As a star athlete, history club enthusiast, peer tutor and international student ambassador, Petter dove head first into all that St. Ambrose University had to offer.
As Isabelle Nelson prepares for graduation, we sat down with her to discuss her decision to attend St. Ambrose University, her upcoming graduation with a Bachelor of Arts in English with Secondary English Education and ESL endorsements, and her new role with Teach for America.
Leo Edwards, a soon-to-be graduate with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from St. Ambrose, has always been passionate about becoming an engineer. As he prepares to walk the graduation stage, we sat down with him to reflect on his journey to St. Ambrose and the opportunities he has seized along the way.
St. Ambrose University has recently announced the recipient of its first-ever President's Award for Staff Excellence. The award, which includes a cash prize of $2000, recognizes a staff member who embodies the institution’s five As: Adaptive, Accessible, Active, Affordable, and Anchored.
SAU Signs five new articulation agreements in partnership with Loras College, fellow Iowa Catholic Collegiate Association member.