Spartan Speech & Debate, Aurora University’s new speech and debate team, will offer both new and experienced competitors opportunities to compete in collegiate debate and individual speaking events.
When he’s not in the classroom, there’s a good chance that Gerald Butters, Professor of History, can be found in a movie theater—or at least writing about the silver screen. He’s weaved his interest in history and his love of film into three books.
Despite colder temperatures and snow arriving on campus in recent days, it’s actually the perfect time for many students to think of spring—and graduation! More than 1,000 undergraduate and graduate students are expected to participate in Commencement ceremonies on Sunday, May 3, 2015, on the University Quadrangle. All degree candidates must apply for graduation through WebAdvisor by Saturday, February 28.
Josh Mika, EdD ‘13, is one of four teachers from three states to receive a Jacobs Teacher Educator Award from the Indiana University School of Education this year.
After more than 20 years of wanting to return to school, Brian Hall is now working on his Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration through Aurora University’s adult degree completion program (ADC).