Alverno College is offering a series of courses designed to help people embrace change, and learn how to harness the power of creativity to inspire change within themselves and in the greater community. Led by Wisconsin Poet Laureate Dasha Kelly Hamilton, the Spark Series is a new virtual program from Alverno’s School of Adult Learning and New Initiatives, and students who complete the entire program will earn a professional certificate.
Editor’s note: Posts from the Community is the place for community announcements and event postings. If you have a community-oriented event you feel our readers would be interested in, please submit here. Jodi Eastberg, Ph.D., has been named dean of Professional and Graduate Studies at Alverno College, Joseph Foy, vice president for Academic Affairs announced. […]
Alverno College has launched the Thea Bowman Institute for Excellence and Leadership, a program designed to serve Black women through academic and leadership programming. The Institute builds on existing Alverno initiatives that bring together students with a like-minded community of advanced leaders and learners.
Alverno College is partnering with the A. O. Smith Foundation to construct a greenhouse on campus, offering students an exciting new opportunity to engage in hands-on learning and explore new career paths.
Editor’s note: Our Posts from the Community feature is a platform for community announcements and event postings. If you have a post to be considered, send it to email@example.com or submit it directly. The second annual State of Wisconsin Girls Summit at Alverno College is moved to October 10, but girls who want to get […]
Alverno College is launching Alverno Accelerate, an accelerated, affordable and flexible pathway to earning a bachelor’s degree in three or fewer years.
The 2020 cohort—the largest group of Newman Civic Fellows to date—includes Alverno College student Cassandra Abarca.
Alverno College will host its annual Community Conference on Friday, February 28, which will focus on exploring women’s empowerment from the suffrage era to today’s #MeToo movement.
Alverno College will hold its 160th commencement on December 14 as 139 bachelor’s and associate students, 76 master’s candidates and three doctoral candidates walk across the Pitman Theatre stage to receive their degrees.
Alverno College’s Bestowing of the Kente is one of the oldest ceremonies of its kind in Wisconsin, and will be celebrating its 25th anniversary on December 8.