Alverno's simulation center allows nursing students to build critical skills and confidence.
Linda Scheible maintains her connections to Alverno via an annual scholarship award.
A new Alverno fellowship honors Mary Ellen Powers' legacy by advancing women in STEM.
In her new website, Jessica Pharm '16 creates a safe space for Black professionals to discuss important issues.
For educator and Alverno alumna Quanesha Medina, saving lives starts in the classroom.
Barbara Cerda '17, aka Barby the Book Fairy, knows that no kind act is too small.
Jennifer Ketz '09 lifts up women who want to relaunch tech careers after time away from the field.
Christine Wodke '04 uses her passion for running to raise awareness of a genetic condition that she and 3 million
Nursing professor Annette Ries '19 is leading the charge to keep Wisconsin safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As a salon operator and licensed counselor, Simmone Kilgore ’13 helps barbers and stylists become mental health advocates.
In their education journeys, these Alverno Strong graduates kept going, no matter what.
Alumna Sahra Mohamud's journey to become a nurse began with a promise.