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Stuart named Vice President for Finance and Treasurer

Mon, 2012-03-05 15:55 -- univcomm
March 5, 2012

Dr. James L. Edwards, president of Anderson University, recently named Dana S. Stuart as vice president for finance and treasurer. In this new position, Stuart will become a member of the President’s Executive Staff and manage the areas and activities of the Business Office, Human Resources, Conference and Performance Events, and the Physical Plant.

Admissions to host Academic Departmental Open House

Fri, 2012-03-02 07:55 -- univcomm
March 2, 2012

The Anderson University Office of Admissions will host a campus-wide Academic Departmental Open House on Friday, March 30, from 3-5 p.m.

The event, the first of its kind at AU, will offer prospective students the opportunity to interact with professors and current students, tour departments, and explore different areas of study at AU.

Novak family provides major gift for York Performance Hall and Galleries

Thu, 2012-03-01 13:30 -- univcomm
March 1, 2012

Anderson University recently announced the receipt of a major gift from the Novak family to name the Green Room in the York Performance Hall and Galleries project in memory of Zachary Novak BA '04. Zach died in a 2006 plane crash outside of Bloomington, Ind., along with fellow AU alum Garth Eppley BA '03

AU students enjoy working with Jimmy Fallon, Super Bowl

Thu, 2012-03-01 07:55 -- univcomm
March 1, 2012

The week leading up to Super Bowl XLVI in Indianapolis was more than memorable for Anderson University senior Andrew Stuart.

Stuart, along with recent graduate Josh Blankenship, worked as a production assistant for the Super Bowl edition of NBC’s Late Night with Jimmy Fallon at Hilbert Circle Theatre in Indianapolis. The show held three tapings throughout the week as well as the show’s first-ever live performance the night of the Super Bowl.

AU professor to discuss book on Catholic activist

Tue, 2012-02-28 11:29 -- univcomm
February 28, 2012

Born a slave in 1854, Daniel Rudd was owned by a Catholic family in Bardstown, Ky.

That upbringing, and his eventual emancipation and education, led Rudd to become a forward-thinking Catholic activist in America.

“In 1888, he said he believed he would live long enough to see a black man as president of the republic,” said Gary B. Agee, an adjunct professor of church history at the Anderson University School of Theology.

Senior Lisa Drake encounters Morocco through study abroad

Tue, 2012-02-28 08:00 -- univcomm
February 28, 2012

Each semester, Anderson University students have the opportunity to explore other cultures, learn foreign languages, and expand their horizons through study abroad programs. While many travel to common destinations such as France, Spain, or England, one student recently journeyed far beyond her cultural boundaries by spending a semester in Morocco.

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