The Anderson University School of Theology and the Center for Christian Leadership will welcome Dr. Candida R. Moss on Monday, Oct. 12, 2015, for the 34th Annual Newell Lectures in Biblical Studies. Moss will present lectures focused on “resurrection of the body, gender, disabilities, and the church.”
Anderson University is one of the best colleges and universities in the Midwest according to The Princeton Review. AU is one of 159 institutions The Princeton Review recommends in its "Best in the Midwest" section of its website feature, "2016 Best Colleges: Region by Region," posted August 3 on PrincetonReview.com.
An Anderson University junior majoring in management, has the unique opportunity this summer of going overseas for his internship to Belize to serve as a mission trip leader with Thirst Missions. Channing Marvin is in Belize from May to August organizing and leading missing trips for groups from North America. Some of his responsibilities will include meal preparation, leading worship, leading meetings, and guiding group trips.
Pursuing an information systems major and an early childhood education minor may seem unusual for most students, but not for Anderson University senior Makenzie Bontrager. Combining these two skills landed her an internship at The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, where she is developing a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) program to be utilized in one of the museum’s exhibits.
Plenty of hands-on experience, faculty who are personally invested in students, and a program specifically designed to complement the student’s primary major are the hallmarks of Anderson University's youth leadership development (YLD) complementary major. The YLD program is open to all students interested in learning about psychology, counseling, interpersonal relationships, and leadership skills.
In a packed performance hall, viewers recently attended the 70th anniversary of Anderson College and Anderson University’s Chorale to hear the singing voices of both current Anderson University students and alumni of all ages.
Anderson University junior nursing student Hannah Welch is a “go-getter and a self-directed motivated student seeking out learning experiences.” At least that’s how associate nursing professor Sarah Neal describes her. Welch will be spending eight weeks this summer working as a nursing intern with the Nicaragua Resource Network (NRN).