Alverno College was recognized for its strong commitment to teaching and was named Wisconsin’s most innovative school in rankings released Monday by U.S. News & World Report.
Alverno College has been awarded a $499,983 grant from the National Science Foundation to launch and support the college’s Truchan STEM Community Impact Program, which is designed to improve student retention in the fields of science, technology, engineering and math and educate women to succeed in these in-demand careers.
Alverno College will host the third annual State of Wisconsin Girls Summit on October 9, which will feature keynote speaker Ayanna O’Kimosh, a 13-year-old three-time national boxing champion from Keshena, Wis.
The Alverno College Art and Cultures Gallery will feature a director’s invitation exhibition called WOW! Women of Wisconsin September 3 through October 9.
Alverno College will host a workshop exploring freedom of speech and the right to protest.
Alverno College is launching a new public health degree program in the fall, broadening its offerings in high-demand fields.
Alverno College will receive the 2021 Trudy W. Banta Lifetime Achievement in Assessment Award, given to national leaders in assessment work.
Alverno College will host its annual Community Conference virtually on Friday, April 23 as part of the College’s Teach and Learn Weekend. The theme of this year’s conference is “Reaching for Change: Promoting Equity,” and the goal is to explore how we can promote change through equity, diversity and inclusion.
Alverno College has received a $1 million endowment from the estate of the late Janet D. Martin, a longtime member of Alverno’s Board of Trustees and an avid supporter of the college, President Andrea Lee, IHM, announced Thursday.
The latest report from Alverno College sheds some light on women who hold public office and the various pathways they took to achieve success.