JaLise Haney (BA ’15) has been on the front-line at Anderson University in bringing culture and diversity to campus for more than two years. Inspired by her passion for God, culture and racial reconciliation, Haney, a social work major, credits the Tri-S programs, liberal arts courses and numerous faculty members with helping to shape her passion.
Cultural competence and service are key concepts emphasized by the faculty in Anderson University’s School of Nursing. As a practical means of experiencing these concepts, nursing majors are required to participate in a medical mission trip.
The Class of 2015 spent almost two weeks serving in Belize. Not only was this trip a highlight of their college experience and education, but it will also benefit their future careers.
The Anderson University King’s Men Quartet, a group of students that traveled the country singing for congregations, represented Anderson College to thousands of people during 1957 and 1958. Recently, the quartet reunited for their 57th year reunion in Colorado Springs to reminisce on their college days, share stories, pray, sing, and worship. At the reunion, the group sang in two churches and created more memories together in the Rocky Mountains.
In anticipation of the Indianapolis Colts Training Camp, Anderson University is seeking 200 individuals to serve as volunteers. The goal of volunteers serving at camp is to create a safe and enjoyable experience for all visitors to campus.
In order to be a volunteer for the AU Colts Training Camp, the following are required:
Anderson University’s intramural (IM) program offers 16 diverse sports that provide students, faculty and staff an opportunity for physical activity, relationship building, competition and involvement in the AU community. Recently, BestColleges.com added AU’s IMs to its top 25 list of intramural programs in the nation.
Anderson University’s Dr. Dan Ippolito took his ecology and evolution class to the Shedd Aquarium and Field Museum in Chicago. A total of 10 students traveled overnight to see the exhibits that emphasize the environment and fresh water fish.
Ippolito, a biology professor of 26 years, led the group and considers the exhibits a chance to show his students what they study in his class.
“Both are remarkable places where you can see some remarkable things,” he said.