Anderson University’s freshmen and seniors were recently asked to fill out the National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE), and 58 percent of those students responded. NSSE is a survey of freshmen and seniors that is administered by Indiana University and currently used by more than 600 colleges and universities of all sizes across the country.
During the first half of the summer, Wong will work at Ink Publishing for various travel magazine products. She will focus most of her attention on Time Out Singapore, Singapore’s primary travel and entertainment magazine.
It was like a support group meeting — 22 people took turns introducing themselves and sharing a memory.
But these people do not need help and are not ashamed of their addiction — the Indianapolis Colts. Instead, they are volunteers offering to help at the upcoming Colts training camp and were sharing their experiences from last year’s camp and expressing their excitement for the session's return to Anderson.
Anderson University is doing a lot in a short span to meet the needs and wants of the times.
The addition of an engineering program, along with new courses and other changes, is a part of the ongoing revitalization efforts in AU’s Strategic Plan, intended to strengthen academics, said Director of Communications Chris Williams.
Anderson University recently announced several changes and modifications to the academic structure that will take place or begin to unfold during the 2012-13 academic year. The changes are a part of the ongoing revitalization efforts outlined in the university’s Strategic Plan that are intended to strengthen the academic program.
Dr. Larry Seibert worked in Indianapolis as a senior marketing research consultant when two Falls School of Business graduates joined him as coworkers within his consulting firm. One graduate worked as a fellow senior consultant and the other served as an assistant.
Lindsey Carroll started her day in the middle of a hot, humid Jamaican summer in the mountain town of Mandeville. The Anderson University student toiled in the home of a woman who works relentlessly each day on projects for her local church and orphanage. But this day was different. This day a group of high school students sweated next to her in a home without the cooling presence of air conditioning, painting rooms and completing other work projects around the house.
Dr. James Lewis, associate dean and professor of theology and ethics at the Anderson University School of Theology, has contributed his knowledge and research on ethics and African-American history to a recent publication, the Dictionary of Scripture and Ethics. Published in December 2011, the Dictionary is a compilation of articles and essays that address the issue of how Scripture should impact everyday ethical issues.
Six Anderson University students were recently awarded scholarships to attend the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) conference in Anaheim, Calif. They were part of a larger group of 23 AU students who attended the conference. NAMM is a large international trade show where companies display new products that are coming out in the music industry. Vendors such as Best Buy, Guitar Center, and Sam Ash were present at the conference, hoping to get the newest equipment into their stores.
Anderson University was recently informed that Dr. Marie Morris, provost of Anderson University is one of 20 senior-level administrators in higher education nationwide selected by the Council of Independent Colleges and the American Academic Leadership Institute to participate in a year-long Executive Leadership Academy.