Anderson University recently announced that Sena K. Landey, Vice President for Finance and Treasurer at Anderson University has resigned to accept a position as Vice President for Finance and Operations at Earlham College in Richmond, Ind. Landey’s transition will be effective on August 31. Landey has served the university since 1975.
If the Indianapolis Colts have a training camp this season, it’ll be held in Anderson, team owner Jim Irsay announced Wednesday.
The camp is dependent on the conclusion of collective bargaining negotiations between players and NFL owners.
“We’re prepared to go up to Anderson. We’re ready,” Irsay said in Indianapolis. “Right now the plan is to be there and have training camp there.”
A Ripple of Hope, a documentary film created by Covenant Productions® at Anderson University, has been nominated for a Regional Emmy in the Documentary Category of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Lower Great Lakes Chapter. The Lower Great Lakes Chapter's Emmy® Awards Gala will be held June 18, 2011, at the Hilton Garden Inn in downtown Cleveland.
The newly created social media class at Anderson University (BSNS 3600-04) won a 2011 Best of Show award from the Hoosier Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) Wednesday evening for their efforts in promoting the summer Falls School of Business entrepreneurship camp for high school students. This is the second year the PRSA has offered a student category and awards were given in two areas: projects, and programs.
Last month, Anderson University sent out hundreds of freshmen financial aid awards. With over 90 percent of AU students receiving financial aid, the sticker price of tuition is often not the true price of an education for aspiring professionals. Sources of financial assistance range from federal or state grants to university scholarships or assistance from outside organizations.
The Anderson University Town and Gown association honored Anderson University School of Music Professor Laurel Goetzinger on May 10 with the 2011 Wanda Savage Award. This award is given on behalf of the AU Office of Development and the family of the late Wanda Savage to a person who exemplifies community spirit between Anderson University and the greater Anderson community.
Take risks. Dream big. Why not? Just do it. This is the advice Anderson University alum David Schultz wants to give to aspiring filmmakers. “That’s how I’ve learned everything I know,” said Schultz. “I’m the type of guy who jumps in the deep end and then learns how to swim.” Visit richmullinsthemovie.com for more information.