Anderson University encourages students to become involved in various service activities. One large outlet for service is through the Campus Ministries program. Currently, there are 12 different campus ministries run by student leaders at AU. Director of Campus Ministries Stuart Erny has been overseeing the program for almost 10 years. One of the groups Erny works with is Advocacy and Awareness, otherwise known as A+A.
“A meeting of the minds” is what CNN christened the medical conference at Yale University in New Haven, Conn., where several students from Anderson University had the opportunity to study. On April 16-17, biology majors, junior Yana Alekseeva, senior Grace Yeom and senior Joanna Tilley, participated in an experience of a lifetime.
Anderson University recently announced that the institution has passed the $105 million mark toward the $110 million goal of the Dreams. Discovery. Direction. campaign. Last May, AU passed the $100 million mark thanks to confirmation of a gift of a valuable wood art collection from Dr. James York and Dr. Elizabeth York. Total campaign commitments now stand at more than $105 million. The public phase of the Dreams. Discovery.
Anderson University School of Theology honored Rev. Dr. Phil Kinley with the 2011 Distinguished Ministries Award, Rev. Dr. Patrick Hannon with the 2011 Distinguished Alumni Award, Sarah Blake with the 2011 Distinguished Young Alumni Award, and Rev. Dr. Fred Shively with the 2011 Distinguished Service Award at the annual SOT Alumni & Friends Annual Awards Luncheon on Monday, June 27.
When Edward Foggs was considering which college to attend as a teenager, he wasn’t sold on Anderson College.
An astute, ambitious young man, he had letters of recommendation headed to Yale University, certain that he’d pursue higher education in the Ivy League.
Former Sherman Street Church of God Pastor John Clark changed his mind.
Every two years, the Anderson University English department holds a contest to reward and recognize students for their exceptional writing. The Genesis Contest alternates years with the Syford Poetry Contest. Entry is open to all AU students and consists of short stories, brief plays, academic essays, literary essays, and more.