The Jessie C. Wilson Galleries of the Anderson University and the Department of Communication & Design Arts are proud to announce the opening of the Fall 2014 Senior Art & Design Exhibition Let’s Chill: A Psychamagical Musical Art Experience.
The IMAX Theater in the Indiana State Museum is giving space and science enthusiasts the opportunity of a lifetime. On Thursday, November 20 at 6:45 p.m., attendees can experience INTERSTELLAR, Christopher Nolan’s blockbuster space thriller, on the IMAX screen and participate in a discussion/Q&A with Astrophysicist Dr. John Millis after the film.
The Washington Airports Task Force (WATF) announced that John S. Pistole, the Transportation Security Administration’s (TSA) longest serving Administrator, will be awarded the 2014 Williams Trophy for transforming TSA into a risk-based, intelligence driven counter-terrorism agency.
The Anderson University School of Music, Theatre, and Dance will present the annual “Candles and Carols” Christmas concert on Friday, Dec. 5, at 7:30 p.m. in Reardon Auditorium on the campus of Anderson University. Celebrating the 50th performance, the annual “Candles and Carols” Christmas program revives many memories for those who attend each year.
Last year, Anderson University students gave back to the community by spending nearly 40,000 hours in service learning and volunteer activities.
Service may be part of the AU tradition, but a team of faculty, staff and students pulling a truck to support United Way of Madison County was new for 2014.
Anderson University will come together this Christmas season to collect filled shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child at Reardon Auditorium on November 12-19.
Operation Christmas Child began in 1993 and according to their website, has become the world’s largest Christmas program. The Samaritan’s Purse project utilizes over 100,000 volunteers each year to help present gift-filled shoeboxes to the needy.
With a face of disbelief, senior nursing major Faith Lim listened as The Indianapolis Star staff announced her as the recipient of the Salute to Nurses Award, which comes with a $3,500 scholarship.
This announcement was made in April during one of Lim’s nursing classes. The scholarship, which Anderson University has sponsored for the past two years, celebrates dedicated nurses and students throughout the state of Indiana.
On November 11, Dirck will present the lecture for C-SPAN’s series entitled “Lectures in the Classroom.” Dirck said he will “discuss Lincoln's personal views on race, African Americans and white supremacy, and how this influenced his later approach to emancipation.”