Aurora University student receives REACh scholarship

Applying for scholarships is a crucial and sometimes tedious process for prospective students and current students alike. For incoming freshman Kelsey Scott, the process paid off when she was awarded one of four $1,500 scholarships at the annual REACh (Resources for the Education of Adults in the Chicago Area) Professional Development Day and Scholarship Luncheon.

AU professor brings advances in science and technology to classroom learning

Associate Professor of Biology Mark Zelman has published a new edition of "Human Diseases" to advance science education in his classroom.

Associate Professor of Biology Mark Zelman is one AU professor who is always looking to advance STEM knowledge among his own students, and to support others in teaching science at the undergraduate level.

Ed Howerton named Assistant to the President for STEM at Aurora University

Aurora University announced today that Dr. Ed Howerton, who serves currently as Assistant Director of the School of Education at AU, has been named Assistant to the President for STEM. In this role, Howerton will lead the next phase of development of the John C. Dunham STEM Partnership School on the AU campus and ensure that all is ready for the arrival of students in August.

Economic impact of Aurora University increases in Fox Valley, Chicagoland

As excitement builds for the transformation of the south campus and the pending arrival of a new freshman class, a new study shows that Aurora University continues to make significant contributions throughout its surrounding communities.

Spartan Spotlight: Tiffany Cunnally, AU ’14

Tiffany Cunnally

Discover what matters. And build your life around it. That is exactly what social work major Tiffany Cunnally did during her time at Aurora University.