While teaching a social media course for his company, Brandswag, 2006 marketing graduate Kyle Lacy connected with Sarah Buckner, who works for the Hamilton County Tourism Bureau. After referring Lacy to the editor at Wiley Publishing in Indianapolis, Lacy started writing the book, Twitter Marketing for Dummies.
The Falls School of Business (FSB) at Anderson University unveiled a new dynamic Web site today, Tuesday, Sept. 1. The new site, www.anderson.edu/falls, offers a distinctive new design that is easier to navigate while providing informative features on a variety of areas such as the undergraduate, MBA, and DBA programs along with new areas for current and prospective students, admissions, parents, and alumni.
Anderson University and the Falls School of Business are always looking for new and exciting ways to pair faculty and students with community projects. This summer, Dr. Michael Bruce, Professor of Marketing, and senior Graham Brown collaborated to produce, "The Consumption and Consequences of Alcohol and Drugs in Madison County," an epidemiological profile of the county and substance abuse within it.
U.S. News and World Report has again ranked Anderson University among the best universities in the Midwest offering master’s level degree programs. Institutions in this category offer a full range of both undergraduate and master’s level degree programs. The magazine’s 2010 guide to "America’s Best Colleges" marks the sixth consecutive year that Anderson University has been listed among the best in its class.
The Flagship Enterprise Center (FEC) has provided $20,000 to fund the 2009-2010 Anderson University Students In Free Enterprise (SIFE) Consulting Program. Now in its sixth year, the consulting program pairs teams of students with local businesses over the period of several months to aid the companies in the areas of marketing, accounting, web design, and more.