News from the Aurora University community

Getting involved and growing in faith helped shape campus experience

Anne Miller, AU ’12, reflects on her involvement with InterVarsity Christian Fellowship and its influence on her AU experience.

May Term: An AU student’s ticket to travel the world

May Term

Alissa Evans, a junior in the psychology program, wasn’t sure what to expect when she decided to enroll in May Term and travel to Florence, Naples and Rome for six days in 2011 with a group of adventurous AU students. Little did she know she would return with a global appreciation of the world and a sense of connection to her heritage.

Storytellers project captures AU history and legacy

Audrey Axemaker Howe

Audrey Axmaker Howe, AU ’67, describes her experience with the AU Storytellers project, her relationship to Colonel Sanders and dorm life in the ’60s.

Spartan Spotlight: Jonathan Dean, Assistant Professor of Religion

As the holiday season approaches, the AU community is showing its generosity and compassion through a wide variety of community service projects and awareness activities. We asked Jonathan Dean, Fellow of the Wackerlin Center for Faith and Action and Assistant Professor of Religion, to describe the center’s recent activities and plans for future community efforts.

Dunham School of Business will rely on alumni, business community

Charles Edwards, Director of the Dunham School of Business, shares his vision for the future of the school and business programs at AU.