News from the Aurora University community

Aurora University recognizes faith’s role in new social work master’s program

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Aurora University’s new master’s degree specialization in faith-based social work remains a rarity in higher education today.

Aurora University mom will walk at commencement for daughter stationed in the Middle East

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Joy Stickley’s proudest day will arrive May 7 when she walks across the stage at Aurora University to collect a diploma. But it won’t be hers.

John C. Dunham STEM Partnership School students take virtual field trip to the bottom of Geneva Lake

Seventh-grade students at the John C. Dunham STEM Partnership School at Aurora University last week took a “field trip” to explore shipwrecks at the bottom of Wisconsin’s Geneva Lake – all without leaving their classroom or even getting wet.

Local foundation establishes scholarships for Aurora University STEM program

The Schmidgall Family Foundation has awarded $39,600 to Aurora University to provide scholarships so that financially vulnerable high school students can attend the university’s new Michael J. Birck Innovation Engineering Program.

John C. Dunham STEM Partnership School students named finalists in national Bright Schools Competition

Eight middle school students who attend the John C. Dunham STEM Partnership School at Aurora University and their coach, Natalie Soelke, who teaches English and social studies at the school, have been named national finalists in the 2nd annual Bright Schools Competition.