00000The Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) has accredited the Aurora University School of Education bachelorâ€™s program in elementary education and doctoral program in educational administration through the year 2021. CAEP, formerly the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), is a federally recognized accrediting body for schools, colleges and departments of […]
00000Aurora University is pleased to announce its 2016â€“2017 Celebrating Arts and Ideas series, which this year features 34 cultural events â€” films, art exhibits, speakers, concerts and theatrical productions â€” that are free and open to the public. Celebrating Arts and Ideas begins the evening of Monday, Sept. 12 with the return of the Town […]
Four corporate and community executives will present “Connecting Todayâ€™s Leaders with the Leaders of Tomorrow” during a panel discussion at Aurora University on Monday, April 8, 2013. This event, sponsored by the AU Dunham Scholars Program and the Vernon Haas Speaker Series, is free and open to the public.
George Williams College to present â€śMusic in the Airâ€ť as part of its Music by the Lake summer festival
Now that he has settled in as new chairman of the Aurora University Board of Trustees, Aurora attorney Ronald Hem sees great things in store for AU.
The STEM Partnership School at Aurora University moved closer to construction Thursday with the announcement of major financial support from the Dunham Fund and Tellabs Foundation totaling more than $2.5 million.
Aurora resident Donovan Gwinner was honored with the prestigious Marcus and Mark H. Trumbo Award for Excellence in Teaching at the 119th annual commencement ceremony at Aurora University.
How does YouTube find related videos? How does a Google search find results in less than half a second? How does a music app find similar artists? Jessie Chavez, a Google software engineer in the company’s Chicago office, discussed questions like those Wednesday during a presentation at three Aurora middle schools called “You Can Do Computer Science.”
Cabot Microelectronics Corporation has supported the STEM Partnership School at Aurora University with a contribution to help fund construction of a materials science laboratory.
On April 10, members of the Aurora University community will kick off their shoes to raise awareness for global poverty and children in need. More than 365 people have signed up so far for â€śA Day Without Shoesâ€ť at AU, an event that will include a series of service activities and discussions.