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December 2020

Kellie Sigh ’10 is dedicated to helping students get to college and persist through graduation day.

Sunshine Xiong is ready to pursue her dreams of becoming a genetic counselor.

“Grad school will be a step up, but I’m prepared," says Miranda Stueckrath, class of 2021.

When Valencia Griffin transferred to Alverno, she found a school where she is growing into the educator she aspires to

Abigail Bruders nearly didn't attend Alverno, but the May 2021 honors graduate is thankful she did.

Creativity, flexibility and dedicated partners ensure meaningful on-the-job experience for Alverno students.

As a nursing professor, Kim Johnson helps students grow into skilled, compassionate and trustworthy nurses.

For Kim Otzelberger '20, graduation marked a new chapter in her relationship with Alverno.

As a diversity, equity and inclusion professional, Eva Martinez Powless ’06 is devoted to improved access to higher ed.

Education major Montserrat knew that by coming to Alverno, she could stay close to home and get ready to go

Alverno's social work instructors are proud to educate the next generation of community-minded professionals.

Alverno nurses are leading and assisting in COVID-19 vaccine distribution.