On behalf of the Board of Trustee at Anderson University, I invite you to join us for the introduction of Anderson University’s 5th President. An announcement event will be conducted in Reardon Auditorium on Monday, October 27, at 12 noon (EST). For those who cannot be present, the event will be streamed live at anderson.edu/election. Pending action by the board and the announcement event, the following reception will be offered:
The Jessie C. Wilson Galleries at Anderson University are proud to present "Ramicack!" an exhibition of letterpress prints by Tom Walker.
In this installation of baseball-themed, pennant posters Walker showcases his love of experimenting with printing methods, using metal and wood type from the collection at Indiana University Graphic Design Press.
Rain and chilly temperatures couldn’t dampen spirits Saturday as Anderson University celebrated homecoming weekend.
University Boulevard was packed with current and former students as the homecoming festivities continued with booths set up for commemorative photos, food and AU gear.
Dr. James W. Lewis was a successful young CPA with one of the “Big Eight” accounting firms, Arthur Young & Co., when he felt an inexorable call to serve God through ministry.
“I accepted a call to be a follower of Christ, and I also sensed a strong desire to learn more and learn about ministry,” said Lewis, who will be formally installed as dean of the Anderson University School of Theology on Sunday at Park Place Church of God.
The Anderson University Presidential Search Committee, chaired by AU board member Patricia Seasor Bailey, will bring the name of John S. Pistole, J.D. before the Board of Trustees for election as the president of the university on Oct. 27. Pistole most recently announced his retirement as Administrator of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). Prior to his appointment to the TSA by President Barack Obama and confirmation by the U.S.
[Photo: During a campus visit, from left, prospective Raven Regan Kidd and alumna Marsha Reeder pose for a photo in a frame with the hashtag #AUSpirit. The campus is preparing for homecoming festivities this weekend.]
Anderson University will offer a live webcast during Homecoming on Saturday, Oct. 18, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. EDT. The event, to be hosted by WQME 98.7 FM's Matt Rust, will feature conversations with AU alumni, faculty, and staff and will be shot on location along University Boulevard during the Homecoming Street Fair.
The saying is that it is hard to keep a good man down.
Apparently in the case of Anderson University and Zach Hufferd it is also true that it is hard to keep a good man off the baseball diamond.
Hufferd thought his playing days were over two years ago, but on Tuesday he received the Carl D. Erskine Award of Excellence during a Rotary Club meeting at Anderson Country Club.
Hufferd graduated from Connersville High School but chose to go to IPFW to play baseball instead of AU.
Recently Anderson University hosted two special concerts entitled “Woven Threads” that brought together some of AU’s most well-known alumni musical talent to support the university where each developed their talent and began their careers. Starting today, a special CD of the live performance will be available for purchase online at Rivet Merch.