Anderson University will host the opening of a new installation focusing on The Bill Gaither Trio as a part of a three-year rotating exhibit celebrating the life and legacy of Bill and Gloria Gaither. The opening will be conducted on Friday, Feb. 17, from 7-9 p.m. in York Performance Hall and Galleries. The opening of the new installation will include a visitor reception and is free and open to the public.
Anderson University students earn college credit and valuable life experience while participating in study abroad programs, as well as through service learning, learning communities and internships.
Anderson University alumna Loretta Cooper, senior communications consultant at LEA Consulting Group in Fairfax, Va., will be a featured speaker as a part of the university’s Centennial Chapel Series, Jan. 19, 11 a.m., in Reardon Auditorium on the AU campus. Prior to her work with LEA Consulting Group, she served as principal of Clarity Communications Group and a correspondent with ABC News, Washington Bureau.
Anderson University junior Michaela Levell is making her dreams come true with some help from AU. Levell has always wanted to serve God by serving people. She was also looking for a way to experience New York City. A Tri-S trip to the Big Apple provided the connection she needed to make her dream a reality.
As classes resumed for another year at Anderson University, the School of Science and Engineering and School of Nursing and Kinesiology welcomed new faculty.
The Anderson University School of Nursing and Kinesiology welcomed three new faculty this fall. Sarah Cox is an assistant professor of nursing. Toya Lutterman is an instructor in the School of Nursing and Kinesiology. Kari Miller joins the faculty as an assistant professor of nursing and the simulation coordinator.
Kari Miller, assistant professor of nursing and simulation coordinator
Many Anderson University students are involved in a spiritual formation group on campus to dive deeper into scripture. During the fall semester, alumna Kathy Harp has led a group of junior and senior women studying Margin by Richard Swenson. The book focuses on how to create space around yourself in a world that operates on overload.