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.
Exercise science isn’t something undergraduates can learn just sitting in a classroom. It requires hours of applied, hands-on experience, not to mention familiarity with today’s state-of-the-art anthropometric and metabolic equipment. And it doesn’t hurt for students who are going on to graduate school to have had some real research experience under their belts, either.
Aurora University’s new master’s degree specialization in faith-based social work remains a rarity in higher education today.
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.
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.