Taylor University Computer Science and Engineering students and professors are developing algorithms for satellite communications provider Kratos RT Logic. According to faculty and students working on the project, these algorithms increase the resilience of satellite ground architectures by combining the output of geographically diverse receivers. This allows lossless communication for critical assets in the face of both RF and network impairments.
Visca Catalunya! A Celebration of songs by Catalán Composers of the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries will be presented in the Butz Carruth Recital Hall on Tuesday, April 3, 2018, at 12:00 pm. Featured performers will be guest artist Isai Jess Muñoz, tenor, and Tyler Wottrich, pianist.
Aerospace and defense industry company Lockheed Martin has granted a $75,000 renewal of a grant to the Taylor University Computer Science (CSE) Department as part of a multi-year partnership to create cybersecurity solutions. The grant comes a little more than a year after the preliminary $100,000 grant from Lockheed Martin Advanced Technology Labs for research work done in 2017.
The Taylor University Art Department will host an Art Camp June 11-14. The camp is designed for students in grades K – 12 and gives students an opportunity to experience visual arts through hands on activities including drawing, painting, and mixed media.
The Taylor University Math Department will host the fourth annual Math Field Day for central Indiana high school students on Thursday, March 15. Organizers say the event will showcase possible future studies for students that are interested in the STEM-related field.
Far too many individuals mistakenly believe that a liberal arts education is a course of study insisting on considerable breadth, resistant to specific vocational preparation and leading to a Bachelor's degree in a field of study deemed to belong to the traditional arts and science disciplines. This is not how Taylor University defines Christian liberal arts.
The first annual Grant County High School Honor Band will join the Taylor University Wind Ensemble to present a concert on Thursday, March 15, at 7:00 pm, in the Rediger Chapel/Auditorium on the Taylor campus. Selected students from all five Grant County public high school bands - Eastbrook, Marion, Madison-Grant, Mississinewa, and Oak Hill - will participate. Taylor invites the community to this free concert.
Dr. Willie James Jennings, Associate Professor of Systematic Theology and Africana Studies at Yale Divinity School, will be the visiting Staley Lecture Series Speaker at Taylor University on Monday, March 12. Jennings’ visit is being hosted by the Taylor Honors Guild.
The folk music singing duo The Oh Hellos will perform at Taylor University on Sunday, March 4.
College students from around the country are expected as Taylor University hosts its annual National Student Leadership Conference (NSLC) on February 23, 24.