Archives - 2015 News
The Taylor University Mathematics Department will host a series of events this weekend that include a meeting of the national mathematics organization, anniversary celebrations for the national organization and state mathematics competition, and a celebration of a once-in-a-century Pi Day.
Twelve bronze sculptures created by sculptor Stan Johnson will be on display on the main floor of Taylor University’s Zondervan Library through April 30, 2015.
Taylor University’s student newspaper The Echo is the winner of five regional awards for excellence. The awards and final placements will be presented by the Society of Professional Journalists during its Region 5 conference later this month.
A small satellite designed and built by a Grant County company with Taylor University ties is in low-earth orbit following its release Tuesday evening from the International Space Station.
The United States Air Force has selected ELEOsat, a small satellite designed by Taylor University students, for launch into low-orbit.
Taylor University will host the Envision Film Festival, March 5-7, 2015, featuring special guests, workshops and a screening/awards ceremony for the best film work of the year produced by Taylor’s Film and Media Production program.
"Golden Sounds of the American West," a concert featuring the works of composers including David R. Gillingham, Stephen Kent Goodman, Joseph Wilcox Jenkins and Shin’ya Takahashi, will be presented by the Taylor University Wind Ensemble in Clowes Court at the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art at 1:00 p.m., Saturday, March 14.
The Taylor University Department of Political Science presents: Applying the Economic Theory of “Rational Ignorance” to Political Journalism. The featured speaker for the event is political editor and journalist Craig Ladwig. The event, a luncheon seminar, is Thursday, March 5, at 11:00 a.m., in the Hodson Dining Commons. All faculty and staff are invited.
Taylor University’s Center for the Study of CS Lewis & Friends is pleased to welcome Dr. Jerry Root as a guest lecturer this spring. Root is a well-known Lewis scholar from Wheaton College who has studied Lewis and his writings for over 40 years and lectured on Lewis at 59 colleges and universities in nine different countries.
All faculty, staff, and students are invited to attend the 2015 William A. Fry Undergraduate Conference on Literature and Writing at Taylor University. Poet Angela Shannon will read in chapel on Wednesday, Feb 25, and the conference officially kicks off Thursday morning at 10:30 in the Recital Hall.