Some improvements noted as well in Alverno College 2014 report.
This year’s theme, “A Matter of Mindfulness,” features 40 topics during three concurrent sessions.
U.S. News & World Report ranks Alverno College highest in the state in its “Strong Commitment to Teaching” category for the fifth consecutive yearDate Released: September 9 2014
Alverno is the only Wisconsin college ranked in “Strong Commitment to Teaching” category five years in a row.
Alverno College Names Wendy Powers Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Dean of StudentsDate Released: July 25 2014
Powers brings 23 years of experience working directly with students in higher education.
Sherman brings 21 years of higher education experience to the College.
College joins select list of area higher education environmental leaders.
Alverno College is offering the new Clare Scholarship equaling $12,000 per year, up to four years.
Campaign features alumnae who are vital members of the community.
Students draw comparisons between Milwaukee and European coastal cities
College announces student speakers
Award-winning principal and author to address character education’s role in transforming at-risk schools
Spanish/English Healthcare Interpretation Program Offers Continuing Education Workshop Series
The Alverno College Poll Worker Project and its partner, the City of Milwaukee Election Commission, will be honored at the Wisconsin Campus Compact Annual Civic Engagement Institute.
Moved to action after finding the body of a homeless man, Alverno College students are doing their part to help the homeless in our area.
The effort is part of a nationwide initiative led by the Institute of International Education Coalition.
Alverno College has appointed Ajita G. Rajendra, president and chief executive officer of A. O. Smith Corporation, to the board of trustees.
Alverno College will host the 2nd annual Paraguay Economic Fourm, designed to provide Wisconsin businesses with opportunities to invest in and export to the Republic of Paraguay.
Alverno College Announces $30 Million Expansion and Renovation, the Largest in the College’s HistoryDate Released: December 11 2013
Business leaders drive effort to support innovative curriculum with student-centered spaces
Alverno College will hold its 148th commencement this weekend as 176 students walk across the Pitman Theatre stage.
Marquette University College of Education honors Diez for her contributions to the field of education.
Students were moved to take action after a tragic discovery.
Grant will help ease financial burden on students
Author Ellen Gruber Garvey will address the history of scrapbooking at Alverno College.
Author Ellen Gruber Garvey will address the history of scrapbooking at Alverno College.
This year’s theme, “The Art of Happiness,” features 28 topics during three concurrent sessions.
Dan Horton, dean of the School of Business, conducts a mock interview an accounting student at UW-Whitewater. Afterwards, Dan and the show's host give the student some constructive feedback regarding his interview.
U.S. News & World Report ranks Alverno College highest in the state in its “Strong Commitment to Teaching” category for the second consecutive yearDate Released: September 10 2013
Alverno is the only Wisconsin college ranked in “Strong Commitment to Teaching” category four years in a row.
Nicole Maassen and Richard Tobin join Alverno College.
Michael Kamenski will be honored with the Service in Liturgy award.
Peter Roller, associate professor of Music, discusses the life and career of Elvis Presley on WHAD FM.
Alverno College Receives College Success Grant from Great Lakes Higher Education Guaranty CorporationDate Released: August 9 2013
Grant will help first generation students finish their college degrees.
Sister Georgine Loacker, SSSF, who was a professor of English at Alverno College for over 50 years, passed away.
Women from the All American Girls Professional Baseball League will be honored.
Nancy Athanasiou has been appointed dean of Alverno College’s School of Education.
Caring Counts at Alverno College, and the Catholic Herald highlighted our efforts.
BizTimes' coverage of Alverno's new associate to bachelor's program
Kate Lundeen is appointed Vice President for Enrollment Services
Grant will help low-income, minority students succeed in math and science.
Commencement ceremonies will be this weekend.
Wheel & Sprocket’s gift of bicycles will help more Alverno students take advantage of free program.
Spanish/English healthcare interpretation program offers continuing education workshop series
Author of “Changing Minds” will be recognized at Alverno College.
The Inferno can't wait for warmer weather to clear the snow and ice.
See how Alverno College is helping to create a new app that will bring information on local museums to your fingertips.
The new flexible, hybrid degree offers a combination of online and classroom learning.
Alverno College, Skyline Technologies and the Captain Frederick Pabst Mansion Team Up to Bring Mobile Museum App to MilwaukeeDate Released: March 12 2013
The new, interactive app will be the first of its kind in Milwaukee area.
Dozens of Alverno College students get a first-hand lesson in civic duty.
Alverno College is a presenting sponsor of “From Here to Her”
Associate Professor Peter Roller, author of Milwaukee Garage Bands: Generations of Grassroots Rock, discusses the history of garage bands in Milwaukee.
The American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE) has named Mary E. Diez, Ph.D., dean of the School of Education at Alverno College, the winner of its 2013 David G. Imig Award for Distinguished Achievement in Teacher Education.
More than 300,000 volunteer hours are logged in Caring Counts challenge
Master of Science in Nursing Degree Program Expands to Address Changing Needs and Growing Demand
Alverno History Professor John Savagian appeared on FOX6 News
TMJ4 featured Alverno student Fatima Al-Sammarraie, who came to Alverno College as part of the Iraqi Student Project.
Alverno Professor Kris Vasquez was featured on "4th Street Forum"
Kris Vasquez explained how to deal with bullies on the August 31 edition of the Morning Blend
Alverno President Mary Meehan appeared on FOX6 News
Alverno Professor Carole Barrowman showcased book picks on the Morning Blend
Alverno College was ranked #1 in the Midwest by U.S. News
Desiree Pointer-Mace, Associate Dean of the Alverno College Graduate Program, was a panelist on MPTV’s "4th Street Forum."Date Released: September 13 2011
Desiree Pointer-Mace, Associate Dean of the Alverno College Graduate Program, was a panelist on MPTV’s "4th Street Forum."
Sister Joel Read, President Emerita of Alverno College, sits down for an in-depth interview.
Raye David shares her chilling story of survival during the Holocaust Remembrance Service.
The rain didn't deter Alverno College students and staff from doing a little spring cleaning at Milwaukee's South Shore Beach on Community Day.
Dr. Kris Vasquez appeared on the Morning Blend to talk about the epidemic of bullying.
Alverno College students use their day off to volunteer at the polls on Election Day.
Mai Kaw Xiong graduates just nine months after a hit-and-run accident left her severely injured.
Myra Huth brings 35 years of pediatric experience to the JoAnn McGrath School of Nursing.
The commencement ceremony for undergraduates will take place on December 15, while graduate candidates receive their degrees on December 14.
Alverno College student collect items for area homeless shelters.
Go inside the minds of people who buy lottery tickets, despite the odds of winning.
Alverno College students help families in need this Thanksgiving.
Alverno College gives students, faculty and staff the day off on Election Day to take part in the political processDate Released: October 31 2012
Students, faculty and staff at Alverno College will be given the day off on presidential Election Day to practice effective citizenship, one of the College’s eight trademark abilities.
Alverno College President Mary Meehan visited the Channel 12 studios to talk about the value of an Alverno education.
A one-of-a-kind event shows young people how to turn their passion into profit.
Alverno's longest-serving president has a building named after her during the College's 125th anniversary homecoming celebration.
Sister J. Dolores inspired many in the Alverno community during her 55 years of service to the College.
Pat Schroeder, Dean of the JoAnn McGrath School of Nursing, is being honored as one of the Business Journal's 2012 "Women of Influence."
The History department at Alverno College has been selected as one of 60 history departments from across the country to participate in the American Historical Association’s (AHA) History Tuning Project.
Alverno College kicks off Caring Counts: The Alverno College Volunteer Challenge as part of its 125th anniversary celebration.
Sister Joel Read, President Emerita of Alverno College, has been honored with the Reverend Theodore M. Hessburgh, C.S.C. Award.