Water boys, personal trainers, and doctors are just several stereotypes associated with athletic trainers. Last February, four Anderson University students battled these stereotypes through a video submitted to the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA). The video won “Most Creative” in a competition between various athletic training programs from across the country.
One day before he addressed a group of Anderson University students, Mark Roesler was having lunch in warm, sunny Beverly Hills.
“The next day I was freezing in Anderson and I couldn’t have been happier to be there,” Roesler said. [Photo: Mark Roesler, CEO of CMG, talks with music business students at Anderson University during a question-and-answer session.An attorney and agent for deceased celebrities, Roesler drafted an Indiana law that protects their publicity rights for 100 years after death. Photo credit: Mark Maynard]
Anderson University recently announced that Susan Ellspermann, Lieutenant Governor of Indiana, will address the graduating class of 2014 during commencement exercises on Saturday, May 10. The 3 p.m. EDT program will be conducted in the Ward Fieldhouse of the Kardatzke Wellness Center. Speaking during Anderson University’s baccalaureate service will be Dr. David Markle, senior pastor of Park Place Church of God in Anderson, Ind.
For the past four years, Anderson University has been helping pastors of small churches receive the financial means to begin their seminary journey. During the 2010-2011 academic year, the Anderson University School of Theology (SOT) applied for and received a $5,000 grant that allowed them to help one pastor each year begin his or her seminary education online. Once awarded to a recipient, the Chatlos scholarship pays for nearly an entire year of online education.