Anderson, Indiana

Emmett Dulaney: We are the World Trade Organization

Mon, 2012-08-06 10:56 -- univcomm
August 6, 2012

Given the recent excitement over the Olympics and the ruckus over the uniforms provided for our athletes not bearing the union label, I decided to do a bit of a striptease at home after class one evening. It wasn’t much of a tease, but it did involve removing all the clothing that I wore and deemed suitable for teaching an evening class in.

Emmett Dulaney: Business school adopts ’salt and light’ approach

Wed, 2012-07-25 15:13 -- univcomm
July 25, 2012

As mentioned last week, it can be difficult to identify what “Christian” means when it becomes an adjective placed in front of “business” or “business professor.” It is something that I struggle with and still have yet to fully comprehend. Thankfully, much greater minds than I have focused on the topic and proffered the framework of “salt and light,” which the Falls School of Business is devoted to.

Student steps out of comfort zone into marketing internship

Fri, 2012-07-20 12:22 -- univcomm
July 20, 2012

For many Anderson University students, the best way to figure out which career they want to pursue is to complete an internship. An internship allows a college student to take a step out of the classroom and into the real world, getting hands-on experience of what is being taught in the classroom and putting it into practice.

Community Hospital names Beth Tharp as new CEO

Thu, 2012-07-12 09:20 -- univcomm
July 12, 2012

Anderson University alumna Beth Tharp AS '80, MBA '05 was named president and CEO of Community Hospital Anderson on Tuesday.

Tharp has worked at the hospital since 1980, when she was hired as a staff nurse. She has served as vice president of Patient Care Services over the past 13 years.

She was selected after a nationwide search, and will take on her new role later this year.

“I’m thrilled about the appointment, I’ve been a part of Community my entire life and career,” Tharp said.

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