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.
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.
Several campus departments are helping students prepare for Finals Week, May 1–4.
00210For senior Will Bradshaw, history came to life this year in the shape of a tiny Greek soldier, a lapel pin that his late grandmother had purchased more than 70 years ago to help support a relief effort for that country during World War II. The pin — and the story of why it ended […]
21000The Aurora University chapter of the American Marketing Association (AU/AMA) was named International Collegiate Chapter of the Year at the AMA’s 2017 International Collegiate Conference earlier this month in New Orleans. Some 1,500 students and faculty from more than 200 universities converged on the Big Easy for three days of professional development, competition, and networking […]