Two faculty members of the English Department have stepped into roles that will provide students with unique opportunities for professional, artistic, and scholarly development.
The role of and rationale for the piano in worship settings will be the topic as Professor of Music Dr. Leon Harshenin presents Musical Offerings: Classical Piano Literature for Worship Services, Monday, Oct. 5, at 7:30 p.m., in the Butz Carruth Recital Hall.
Sustainable land management, public health emergencies, medical missions, urban gardens, and bridging science, ethics and religion are among the topics being covered during the Annual Natural Sciences Seminar, a series of Monday afternoon lectures and presentations hosted by Taylor University’s Department of Natural Sciences each Monday during the Fall Semester.
Members of the Taylor University music faculty will be featured in the White Linen Chamber Concert on Sunday, September 27, at 7:00 p.m., in the Butz Carruth Recital Hall at the Smith-Hermanson Music Center.
An annual one-day conference cosponsored by the Taylor University Honors Guild and Village Tree focuses on CARE: Vulnerable Children and Viable Communities, and is scheduled for Saturday, October 3.
Taylor University’s Center for Ethics will host A Conversation on Animal Welfare and Christian Ethics Tuesday, October 6, from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. The event is sponsored by Every Living Thing, a national campaign for the Evangelical Statement on Responsible Care for Animals.
Taylor University’s After School Art program begins in October and is open to elementary students in grades K-6.
More than 1,100 schoolchildren from neighboring Jay County visited the Taylor University campus for Walk Into My Future, a partnership between Taylor University’s Education Department and the Jay (County) School Corporation.
The Arab-Israeli Cookbook, a play examining the stories of people caught up in the Arab-Israeli conflict, opens the 2015-2016 Taylor University Theatre season with shows the weekend of September 25-27.
Taylor University is pleased to welcome tenor Dr. Robert Bracey and pianist Catherine Rollins for workshops on campus this Friday and Saturday.