Anderson University professor of marketing Dr. Michael Wiese is focusing on meaningful work in his second book, "Work that Matters: Bridging the Divide between Work and Worship". The book is co-authored by Wiese, director of undergraduate studies for the Falls School of Business, and Asbury University’s Dr.
It’s a good day when a senior gets a job. It’s a great day when three seniors from the same program get jobs working together after graduation.
Josh Compton, Lauren Fiscus, and Hannah Samples are proof of that. These three senior accounting majors have accepted positions at EY, one of the four biggest and well-known accounting firms in the world. All three students will begin their journey with EY in July.
For the fifth year, Anderson University students presented their work at Scholars' Day. The event, which showcased over 40 student research projects this year, was held in the Reardon Auditorium lobby at the end of the semester.
Emmett Dulaney, Anderson University associate professor of marketing in the Falls School of Business, has worked with the I-69 Collegiate Innovation Challenge for eight years. The challenge is a business competition hosted by the Grant County Economic Growth Council that allows business students from various schools to compete in the development of business plans. This year’s I-69 Challenge took place in February at the Swan Lake Resort in Plymouth, Ind.
Fidgeting with his graduation gown and ceremonial hood, Benjamin Brouhaud wiped the sweat from his forehead and straightened his cap.
In less than an hour, Brouhaud, who is from the Ivory Coast of Africa, would graduate from Anderson University with his master’s in finance, which he said would put him one step closer to his real dream.
“I’m trying to own my own business and now I think I can do it in two to three years,” he said.