Archives - 2015 News
A team of student researchers from Taylor University will announce findings and propose next steps stemming from a summer-long project aimed at increasing the quality and quantity of early childhood educational opportunities in Grant County.
Taylor University officials say they expect more than 1,000 Taylor alumni and friends will attend 2015 Homecoming activities, scheduled Friday, October 23, and Saturday, October 24.
The Taylor Ringers have announced their plans for a fall tour in the states of Indiana, Illinois and Michigan.
The Taylor University Department of Biology will present BioLogos – The Harmony Between Science and Biblical Faith: The Lost World of Adam and Eve Genesis 2 & 3 on Saturday October 31, from 1:00-3:00 p.m.
The search for Taylor University's next president has narrowed to a small, well-qualified group of semifinalists. Members of Taylor's Presidential Search Committee and the Board of Trustees say their goal is the identification of a final candidate early next year and ask for the Taylor community's prayer during this process.
Adjunct faculty member Lauren Walker will present a lecture-recital on Tuesday, Oct. 20, at 7:30 pm.
Taylor University will host more than 1,200 parents and family members of current Taylor students during the annual Parents & Family Weekend, scheduled Friday, October 9, through Sunday, October 11.
Suzie Dittenber’s and Josh Welker’s art exhibition, PORTMANTEAUX, September 17th – October 13th, will close on Tuesday, October 13. Closing reception will be held in the Metcalf Gallery at 6 p.m.
Taylor University presents the 2015 ALUMNI ART & DESIGN EXHIBITION.
Two faculty members of the English Department have stepped into roles that will provide students with unique opportunities for professional, artistic, and scholarly development.