While Anderson University is home to many Christian students with passions for serving others, sometimes it can be difficult to find vehicles by which to make a difference in the community.
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.
Dr. Merle Strege, professor of historical theology, and Dr. Brian Dirck, professor of history, are both currently writing accounts of history. Strege’s focus is on the history of Anderson University, while Dirck is focusing on two books: one about Abe Lincoln’s perception on race and the other on Lincoln and the Constitution.
Three years ago Amanda Scott was just like any other Anderson University senior, unsure of what her future might hold after graduation. She would have never guessed that three years later she would be working with the most powerful man in the United States, President Barack Obama.
City officials expected that Colts training camp would bring roughly 50,000 people to Anderson, but they didn’t expect it would have happened already.
Chris Williams of Anderson University estimated on Wednesday that the campus had seen at least 50,000 visitors in the nine public practices the team has held thus far.
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.
Break the Grey exists to show the love and hope of Jesus Christ by serving and supporting families facing childhood cancer or other life altering illnesses.
Every year, hundreds of students arrive at the end of August to move into the dorms at Anderson University for the first time. Parents and students start shopping months before for supplies, bedding, and computers. But once class starts and orientation is over, how well are students adapting to college? This was a concern for both Academic Affairs and Student Development at Anderson University.