Millikin students create music using wooden wind harps
Students from Millikin University's School of Music and Art Department having been working with Decatur, Ill., native and Millikin alumnus Craig Dongoski '88 to create music using wooden wind harps made by Dongoski called Aeolian harps. The Aeolian harps do not make music, they make noise. The harp plays when wind blows through it.
Millikin faculty prepare for Total Solar Eclipse
The total solar eclipse on August 21, 2017, is fast approaching. The event is being described as the "Great American Eclipse" as it will be visible in totality only within a band across the entire contiguous United States.
Kirkland Fine Arts Center announces 2017-2018 Performance Season
Millikin University graduates Jennifer Hood '11, Olivia Fehrenbacher Tasch '13, and Mike Tasch '09 have formed the folk music trio Chickadee Sermon. The group performs original and traditional acoustic folk music and their experiences have influenced their most recent musical endeavor.
Millikin University awarded Nurse Anesthetist Grant
Millikin University has been awarded a nurse anesthetist traineeship grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The grant is in the amount of $19,433 and was announced on June 16 by U.S. Rep. and Millikin alumnus Rodney Davis '92 (R-Ill.).
Millikin University wins top honors in beautification contest
Millikin University received top honors in the 2017 "Let's Keep Decatur Bee-utiful" contest. Millikin won 1st place in the "Large Business" category and earned the "Lowe's Best In Show Award."
Chemistry students learn food science at Millikin
Millikin University hosted its annual Chemistry Camp for high school students June 5-9. Students engaged in hands-on research and prepared scholarship-ready science projects as part of the camp. This year's theme was food science as the students participated in lab and kitchen research on the Millikin campus.