Taylor University will host hundreds of parents and family members of current Taylor students this weekend for the annual Parents & Family Weekend, scheduled for Friday, October 3, and ending Sunday, October 5.
The Center for Scripture Engagement (CSE) at Taylor University will host a workshop for ministry leaders Monday, September 29, from 11:00 a.m., to 3:00 p.m., in the Braden Room at the Hodson Dining Commons on the Taylor campus.
Taylor University grad Chandler Birch is the winner of the inaugural Simon451 Student Novel Writing Contest. Simon451 is a new imprint of publishing legend Simon & Schuster.
The Taylor University Theatre 2014-2015 season will open with the Pulitzer Prize winning play Wit.
Senior math and physics major spent eight weeks working at CERN, the European Council for Nuclear Research.
For the eighth straight year, Taylor University is the number one Midwest University in the category Best Regional Colleges in the newly-released 2015 U.S. News & World Report survey, America's Best Colleges.
The Euler Science Complex at Taylor University is named on a list titled: 30 Amazing Eco-friendly University Science Labs published by GradSchoolHub.com, an information clearing house for graduate programs. The list ranks colleges from around the world and includes the University of Arizona, LaTrobe University (Australia), St. Andrews (Scotland), Maryland, Rochester, Harvard, Yale and others.
Hundreds of Taylor University students, faculty and staff members will participate in Taylor University’s annual Community Plunge, set for Thursday, August 28. Community Plunge is comprised of a number of service projects throughout the Upland, Ind., community.
Taylor University has been selected as a member of the 2014 – 2015 Colleges of Distinction, an online collegiate survey that recognizes universities for teacher-centered education and preparation of students for success after graduation.
The Spirit of the American West, an exhibit featuring Western art from the private collection of Taylor University friends Leland and LaRita Boren, will be presented on the Taylor campus beginning August 22 and continuing through October 5, 2014. The public is invited and there is no charge for admission.