Anderson, Indiana


Thomas Teaches with a Slovakian Twist

Mon, 2010-02-01 08:15 -- univcomm
February 1, 2010

The sound of her shoes echo down the long hallway – each authoritative step signaling her arrival. They slow as she approaches her destination: her classroom. Crossing the room, she pulls open the curtains from the windows, awakening it to the morning light. Soon her much-anticipated students will be arriving, ready to start a new day of learning. Like many American teachers, she sits down at her desk to run through her first lesson one last time. However, there is one difference: her classroom is nearly 5,000 miles from home.

Anderson University FSB Students Explore Business Abroad

Mon, 2010-01-25 16:59 -- univcomm
January 25, 2010

Three Anderson University professors and twelve students spent part of the school’s winter break exploring and learning more about the business world. However, these students didn’t learn about business from a classroom on campus. Sponsored by the Falls School of Business, the group traveled to Paris, France and Bern, Switzerland to explore their business education in a nontraditional setting.  Included on the trip was a four hour-long tour of the Nestle Development Plant in Konolfingen, Switzerland.

Anderson University’s Professor Millis writes for

Mon, 2010-01-25 08:15 -- univcomm
January 25, 2010

"I was always mathematically inclined, so that sort of threw me into science," said Dr. John Millis, reflecting on his years in high school and how he became interested in physics. It was during a discussion with an instructor his senior year of high school that Millis decided to pursue a career in the field. He earned his bachelor of science in physics, with mathematics minor from Purdue University and remained there for the completion of his doctorate in philosophy.

A Ripple of Hope on sale now through PBS Home Video

Wed, 2010-01-20 09:24 -- univcomm
January 20, 2010

PBS Home Video recently announced that it will begin selling the new Robert F. Kennedy documentary, A Ripple of Hope. Produced by Covenant Productions® at Anderson University, the award-winning film narrates the events of that tragic day in 1968 when Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated and Robert F. Kennedy’s poignant response and act of personal courage saved a city.