Music therapist Ingrid Gruett helps care for older adults during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Take a peek into the ways Alverno students continued making new discoveries, and helping others, during the pandemic.
Nikki Gordon '15 cares for the mental health of medical personnel and first responders.
Through her research and work, educator Melissa Zheng builds stronger relationships between parents and teachers.
Wisconsin’s 2020 Middle School Teacher of the Year works “to ensure that every child sees themselves reflected in America’s story.”
These Alverno students may be the nurses of tomorrow, but they're making a difference in health care today.
When Jordan Kaaze '13 saw that New York desperately needed nurses, she stepped up.
Fred Rogers reminded us to “always look for the helpers.” Our Alverno Strong alums are stepping up.
At Alverno, Joicenina Carvalho discovered her capacity to persevere and got ready for a career in social work.
Ali Haigh '14 makes history while serving her community.
Daniela Orozco '15 understands the way stereotypes persist. That doesn’t mean she accepts them.
How do we know employers value an Alverno education? They're hiring our students before graduation.