Anderson University is seeking candidates to fill faculty positions for its new engineering program — in the process of being implemented for fall 2013.
The positions are tenure-track in electrical and mechanical engineering. AU has plans to provide an entire program containing civil, mechanical, electrical and computer engineering in the future.
Dr. Robert D. Branson, adjunct professor of biblical studies at the Anderson University School of Theology, will serve as Harp Professor in Residence on March 12. Branson will deliver a lecture entitled "Creationism and Science: A Continuing War" in the Kane Dining Room of the Olt Student Center from noon to 2 p.m. Cost is $5, and reservations are required.
Above the professor’s head, an LED banner ticks off changes in stock values.
They roll across the screen in a kaleidoscopic blur: “Disney up .01,” “Boeing up .72,” followed by “Welcome to the Falls School of Business.”
The window features a number of symbols of theological importance chosen by the faculty at the time. But in the decades since, Seminary Dean David Sebastian wanted to see what the images say to this generation of students, faculty, staff, and worshippers who gather in the chapel.
Anderson University is accepting online donations in support of the family of Xavier Walton, an AU student who died Feb. 14. In addition, Anderson University is planning an on-campus memorial service. Details regarding the service will be announced in the coming days.
Gifts by credit card will be accepted through March 15. Gifts are not eligible for tax deduction. All funds received will be directed to the family.
Donate to the Xavier Walton Fund
For some reason, every time we see Lucy pull the football away from Charlie Brown, we can’t help but crack a smile. There’s something about humor that smooths out the rough edges and eases the ache of an unforgiving world. As Charles Schultz’s pen once brought humor into households around the world, one man now brings the same for the Church of God. His name is Kevin Spear, and he supplies the cartoons for CHOGnews.