As a wish coordinator for Make-A-Wish Wisconsin, Yesica Desarden ’14 makes dreams come true.
Two Alverno students have been honored as 2019 Student Activist Award winners by the Wisconsin Institute for Peace and Conflict
Too few girls and women are taught how to become leaders, let alone told that they can.
Alverno graduates like Elizabeth, Marina and Ivette earn more than a degree. They also find their voices.
Alverno alumnae carry a mission to educate and empower women into their professional careers at St. Joan Antida High School.
Entrepreneur Bridgette Palm ’12 is helping women innovate in the manufacturing industry.
Alverno's status as a health care destination positions the College and its graduates to meet a pressing community need.
The scholarship that Carol Dolphin ’62 received as an Alverno student inspired her to give back.
Alverno alumna Megan Husband ’08 helped provide a $5.4 billion boost to the Milwaukee area economy last year.
Faculty member Desiree Pointer Mace shares Alverno's unique assessment-based curriculum with higher education professionals in Argentina.
A social media post made a world of difference for Alverno student teachers.
Melissa Neitzel ’15 harnesses the power of music to help hospital patients and their families.