Archives - 2014 News
Taylor University will launch a new major – Political Science, Philosophy and Economics – at the start of the Fall 2014 Semester.
Taylor student Jordan Melendez is one of 10 American college students selected for summer internships at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland. CERN (Conseil Européen pour la Recherche Nucléaire, or European Council for Nuclear Research) is the organization that houses the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) and also discovered the Higgs boson, also known as the God particle.
Taylor University's Envision Film Festival will welcome three guests specializing in screenwriting and acting for March 6-8.
Taylor Professional Writing professor Dr. Dennis Hensley's newest book, Jesus in the 9 to 5, is receiving acclaim from publishers and media.
Taylor University’s Spring 2014 Lecture Series begins tomorrow with five lectures that will focus on the late Scottish preacher and author George MacDonald, discussing the topics of salvation, science and society.
Twenty-six Biology Pre-Health majors have arrived in Cuenca, Ecuador, to begin a semester-long program. The students will live in the homes of Christian host families and study Spanish, Latin American History, General Education History Course Human Medical Physiology and physiology courses, among other subjects.
Dr. Erik Thoennes, Professor of Biblical and Theological Studies at Biola University, is the featured speaker for Taylor University’s Spring Spiritual Renewal Week, which begins Monday at 10:00 a.m., in the Rediger Chapel/Auditorium on the Taylor campus.
A team of ten students and two faculty members attended the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.
Taylor University will be open for class and business as usual today following yesterday's closure due to severe weather. Campus officials urge students, faculty and staff to exercise caution while traveling on and off campus.
The annual Art Department Careers Symposium will be held on Monday, February 17 in conjunction with 24 at Taylor.