News from the Aurora University community

Luxembourg jazz trio performing free concert at Aurora University

The R-D-W Jazz Trio from the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg will perform a contemporary jazz concert, “Sounds of Luxembourg II,” at 7:30 p.m. in Crimi Auditorium, 407 S. Calumet Ave.

Aurora University hosting auditions for Music by the Lake summer musical

Aurora University will host auditions for the Music by the Lake production of the musical “Music in the Air” on March 18.

Aurora University hosting luncheon with servant leadership expert

AURORA, Ill. (Feb. 28) — Best-selling author Kent Keith will present “Getting Results Through Servant Leadership” during a community learning luncheon hosted by Aurora University on March 19. Keith, CEO of the Greenleaf Center for Servant Leadership, will discuss how the profound approach to leadership works in organizations. The author of “The Case for Servant […]

March campus calendar includes final Arts and Ideas events of season

Highlighted events at Aurora University in March include a lecture by a leading national expert on servant leadership and two concerts featuring classical music and opera.

Aurora University hosting two March open houses for prospective students

Aurora University will host two open houses in March for prospective students.

Aurora poet to read new works at Aurora University on Feb. 28

Aurora poet Ingrid Wendt will read selections from her new book, “Evensong,” at Aurora University on Feb. 28.

Free Aurora University business workshop: How to effectively recruit top talent

“Learn How to Effectively Recruit for the Best Talent in Your Industry in Today’s Changing Business Environment,” a free business workshop, will be hosted by Aurora University on Feb. 29.

Free tax-preparation service to open Feb. 18 at Aurora University

Since Aurora University introduced the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program in 2002, AU tax preparers have helped generate more than $3 million in refunds for local taxpayers and saved them an estimated $600,000 in tax-preparation fees.

Exelon Foundation contributes $500,000 to STEM Partnership School at Aurora University

The Exelon Foundation became the first major corporate foundation to support the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Partnership School at Aurora University today with a $500,000 gift to help create a new national model for mathematics and science education.

Aurora University local economic impact continues to rise

AURORA, Ill. – As Aurora University celebrates the 100-year anniversary of its move to Aurora this spring, a new study finds that AU contributes more than $325 million to the Chicago area economy annually, up more than 6 percent from three years ago. The 2011 economic impact study, conducted by EconImpact of Scottsburg, Ind., also […]

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