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Undergraduate Testimonials

 

Graham Brown, undergraduate student

Wed, 2009-08-12 16:04 -- univcomm

I've always been captivated by entrepreneurship, and the Falls School of Business has allowed me to pursue my dreams in ways I never thought possible. The most memorable experience I have in the School of Business is starting my own pancake restaurant with the support and backing of two of my professors. Opening up a restaurant was literally a dream come true, and the experiment quickly went from a practical example of what we learned in class to a campus-wide phenomenon.

Dawn Claussen Bartels, 1990 music business grad

Wed, 2009-08-12 15:59 -- univcomm

When I was a music business major at AU, I was much more focused on and interested in the music part of that major. Oh, how things have changed! I am now self-employed in private practice as a licensed mental health counselor in Orlando, Florida. While I still utilize the creativity of the music part of that degree (I often write songs and stories for clients), I certainly rely a great deal on what I learned in the Falls School of Business to run my business.

Stephen Scharbrough, 2004 marketing grad

Thu, 2009-07-16 12:11 -- univcomm

After Attending the Anderson University Falls School of Business, I moved to Fishers, Indiana, and started a music business including playing guitars and piano tuning and repair. One of the things I learned in the FSB was that networking was key when building a business from scratch. When I was involved in market research classes or advertising-related classes, we always worked alongside a community organization or a real entity where connections and relationships were made and the local business world was symbiotic.

Kyle Lacy, 2006 marketing grad

Thu, 2009-07-16 12:08 -- univcomm

I started a company in June of 2007 with Brandon Coon (2005 finance grad). We now have a company of five people and complete branding, web design, and social media marketing projects for clients. I guess you could say we are making a difference because we are employing people in a down economy.

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