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May 2019

Roxane Mayeur ’95 finds inspiration in places that might otherwise go ignored.

Amy Bock ’16 found herself at a career crossroads. What would she do next?

Throughout her career, Google employee Jesse Harrison-Noonan '09 has turned to Alverno's 8 Abilities.

Megan Jutrzonka always knew she wanted to own a bakery. So that’s exactly what she did.

Internships get Alverno students ready for successful careers and to make a difference.

A service trip to Mississippi reminded Tracy just how big of a difference that one person can make.

What do you get when you pair classroom learning with travel? A dynamic way to learn.

Alverno graduate nursing students know you can make a big difference in a short amount of time.

Alverno alums like Gabriela Leija '10 dedicate their careers to social justice.

A groundbreaking alliance between Alverno and Ascension Wisconsin advances health care in the state.

What it does mean to grow up female in the age of social media?

As an educator, Samantha Epstein '09 helps students realize their voice matters.