Anderson University’s Falls School of Business (FSB) is partnering with the Tumaini AIDS Prevention Program (TAPP) to give students new opportunities to explore social entrepreneurship and international business. TAPP provides holistic ministry and care to 40 districts of Uganda and other African countries affected by HIV and AIDS.
Anderson University (Anderson, Ind. ) earned a place in the top tier among Regional Universities - Midwest in the 2011 edition of Best Colleges by U.S. News and World Report. The exclusive rankings, which include more than 1,400 schools nationwide, are available today online, and will also be published in the September issue of U.S.
Debbi Brock, assistant professor of entrepreneurship & business, started her career at the Falls School of Business at Anderson University in the fall of 2009. During her first semester, Brock taught a class called Principles of Marketing: A Theatre of Metamorphosis in a new refreshing way. Upon completing her undergraduate work, she worked for the Collegiate Association for Social Entrepreneurship. This is where she found her passion for helping young people start businesses.
Thirteen students representing nine area high schools recently discovered their passion for creating businesses at the Anderson University Summer Entrepreneurship Camp. Now in its second year, the camp allowed students to visit a number of entrepreneurs in the Anderson community and also compete in business-based contests. The campers not only received a first-hand lesson in starting a business, but also cash prizes for participating in the various challenges.