Taylor University's new Public Health program is training young men and women to serve future generations of need with practical, professional help and spiritual emphasis.
After a season of injuries, recoveries and hard work, the Taylor Women's Soccer season ended Saturday, November 9, the Trojans falling 1-0 to Spring Arbor and bringing four athletes' Taylor careers to a close. Two days later, with most of the team still enjoying their break from practice, senior forward Molly Drooger hit the gym. Grabbing weights and laying claim to an exercise mat, the Taylor record setter—a Crossroads League Offensive Player of the Year, First-Team All-Crossroads League selection and NAIA All-American Honorable Mention, all in 2012—proved true Head Coach Scott Stan's words: “She doesn't want to be mediocre at any point in her life.”
A small satellite designed and built by Taylor University engineering students has completed final pre-launch tests and is set to be delivered to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) for launch in early 2014.
Taylor University’s Euler Science Complex has achieved a Gold Rating from the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) in association with the U.S. Green Building Council.
For the seventh straight year, Taylor University is the number one Midwest University in the category Best Regional Colleges in the newly-released 2014 U.S. News & World Report survey, America's Best Colleges.
Intellectually curious; a serious thinker; a gifted, engaging professor; and a visionary college administrator – all of these descriptions apply to Dr. Milo A. Rediger. Dr. Rediger, as he was fondly known by thousands of students during his Taylor tenure, loved students and saw the value of their impact upon a world that needed them so desperately. A fixture on the Taylor campus for five decades, Dr. Rediger would have turned 100 this week. He was serving as president emeritus when he fell ill in 1988, and died a few days later. But even though he has been gone for nearly 25 years, his influence is still felt today.