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
Alverno women are the real superheroes who walk among us.
In their education journeys, these Alverno Strong graduates kept going, no matter what.
Two new and unique programs offer a flexible, affordable and accelerated way to earn career-advancing credentials.
Alverno is growing to ensure that health care providers are ready for tomorrow, today.
Monica Watry '17 speaks up from the frontlines of the coronavirus pandemic.
As society re-opens, health care heroes like Kayla Uniewski '17 continue their brave front-line work.
Mental health professionals, including Alverno faculty and alums, are helping us adjust and heal.
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.