News from the Aurora University community

Innovative Doctor of Education in Leadership in Educational Administration program focuses on curriculum development and assessment

Prospective graduate students wanting to lead diverse learners will benefit from Aurora University’s revised Doctor of Education in Leadership in Educational Administration program.

Aurora University to host Nonprofit Leadership Institute Series panel discussion June 13

AU's Nonprofit Leadership Institute allows professionals to learn about the latest developments in the industry.

The Aurora University School of Business and Public Policy will host the second of its ongoing Nonprofit Leadership Institute Series panel discussions on June 13, 2017, from 7:30 to 9 a.m. at the Aurora University Orchard Center, 2245 Sequoia Drive, in Aurora.

Aurora University to host open house for prospective adult business students

AU’s graduate business programs feature flexible scheduling options which enable students to learn at nights, online and on some weekends. Perfect for the working professional.

The Aurora University School of Business and Public Policy and the Center for Adult and Graduate Studies will host an open house for prospective adult undergraduate and graduate business students on Tuesday, June 13, 2017, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., at the Hill Welcome Center, located on campus at 1315 Prairie St. in Aurora.

Spartan Spotlight: William Bradshaw

Will Bradshaw received the 2017 Ethel Tapper Humanities Award.

Will Bradshaw, one of two seniors this year to be presented with the Ethel Tapper Humanities Award at honors convocation, was recognized for outstanding academic and creative achievement.

Spartan Spotlight: Sarah Radtke

Sarah Radtke

Sarah Radtke, assistant professor in the School of Education and Human Performance, was presented with the Marcus and Mark H. Trumbo Award for Excellence in Teaching during the 2017 undergraduate commencement ceremony. The award is Aurora University’s most prestigious faculty honor.