The highest honor given annually to a business faculty member active in the Christian Business Faculty Association (CBFA) is the Richard C. Chewning Award. The 2012 award recipient Dr. Kent Saunders, professor of finance and economics at the Falls School of Business at Anderson University, was presented the award at the closing banquet of the CBFA conference at Trinity Western University in Vancouver on June 28.
Violent storms swept through lower Indiana on March 3, 2012. In just an hour, the storms spawned a tornado, which tore through small towns in southern Indiana. The town that suffered the greatest destruction was Henryville. The tornado’s devastating speed, partnered with softball-sized hail, leveled a middle school, tore the wheels off a school bus, and threw a 16-wheel semitrailer into a small local business. The tornado left a path of destruction and debris. An estimated 13 deaths were recorded from the tornado.
After an offseason of upheaval and change, why shouldn’t training camp go through a few changes as well for the Indianapolis Colts?
The Colts will return to Anderson University for their summer training camp for the third straight year on Saturday, July 28. The Colts’ last day in Anderson is Friday, Aug. 17.
Anderson University School of Theology honored Rev. David Coolidge with the 2012 Distinguished Ministries Award, Dr. Neil Snarr with the 2012 Distinguished Alumni Award, Rev. Shannon New-Spangler with the 2012 Distinguished Young Alumni Award, and Rev. Don Taylor with the 2012 Distinguished Service Award at the annual SOT Alumni & Friends Awards Luncheon on Monday, June 25.
Considered not only longtime supporters, but friends to Anderson University and the Church of God, the Rev. Ron and Carolyn Patty were presented with the 2012 Heritage Award on Sunday afternoon.
The award was established in 1994 to honor those who have greatly contributed to the university.
“We are grateful and blessed that Ron and Carolyn Patty have invested their gifts with Anderson University, her students and the church over these many years,” AU President James Edwards said.
Despite the years that separate them, Ryan Hostetler and Cory Edwards have a lot in common. Edwards graduated in 1990, and Hostetler in 2008, but both majored in mass communications during their time at Anderson University. They also grew up with a love for filmmaking and animation, which made their recent partnership a perfect match.
Anderson University has announced the hiring of Owen Handy as the 17th men’s basketball coach in school history on Saturday. Handy replaces Tom Slyder, who guided the Ravens from 2005-12.