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People

Alverno's first Social Work graduates are ready to work for stronger communities.

As a wish coordinator for Make-A-Wish Wisconsin, Yesica Desarden ’14 makes dreams come true.

Alverno alums excel in the Medical College of Wisconsin's School of Pharmacy.

Two Alverno students have been honored as 2019 Student Activist Award winners by the Wisconsin Institute for Peace and Conflict

In December 2018, Alverno granted its first doctoral degrees.

Alverno graduates like Elizabeth, Marina and Ivette earn more than a degree. They also find their voices.

It may sound like a big leap to go from a nurse to a start-up business owner. But for Amanda

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 alums share what they've learned on their journeys of entrepreneurship.

Meet Becky Engen, the director of Alverno's new Master of Music Therapy program.

Dominique Alvarado-Gonzalez's business, Algo Dulce, means “something sweet” in Spanish, and sweet it is.