It was through Orphan Outreach, a non-profit organization dedicated to reaching out to millions of at risk children, that Natalie Meliotes received the opportunity to travel to Russia for a month over the summer.
Last year, students, alumni, faculty and staff were asked to submit ideas for the theme of the Anderson University centennial celebration. Nearly 70 entries were submitted, and a winner has been selected.
The theme for the Anderson University centennial celebration is "Lighting the Path." Stefanie Leiter, manager of online communications and community relations specialist at Anderson University, submitted the chosen idea.
Gaining real-life experience in the classroom is a goal for many Falls School of Business students. This semester, students in the sports marketing class got that experience.
Students have planned sporting events, met and networked with industry professionals, and visited professional sports facilities and venues. Anna Stumpf, assistant professor of marketing, and Scott Zebedis, adjunct professor, co-taught and built the class around experiential learning.
In the entirety of his professional life, John Pistole has never been able to walk to work.
The conference is a collaborative partnership of the AU SOT and participating Church of God congregations in Anderson, Chesterfield, and Alexandria.
Anderson University ensures that its students are provided with ample opportunities to see classroom concepts in practice through a variety of methods: job shadowing, overseas trips, and industry conferences.
Students shoot video in Nicaragua
In August 2013, students from Covenant Productions® took a trip to Jinotepe, Nicaragua, to shoot a video for Children of Promise, a nonprofit organization.
The eagerly awaited official portrait of Dr. James Edwards was unveiled during a celebratory community concert Sunday at Reardon Auditorium hosted by Bill and Gloria Gaither.
“Being a portrait artist at an unveiling is a little like being a cat at a dog convention,” said Anderson artist David Slonim in remarks before the painted-from-life 40– by 30–inch oil on linen portrait was revealed.
Mixing humor with humility during his final campuswide chapel service on Thursday, James Edwards paid homage to the students and staff who have inspired and energized him over the past 25 years.
Anderson University's Reardon Auditorium was packed with students and staff for his final "P. Eddy Chapel."
All students in the Anderson University Honors Program are required to conduct a research project during their senior year. The topic of the project is decided by the student’s interest, and the format varies from person to person.
The research project culminates with a presentation of their work to faculty and peers given the week before graduation. Presentations are also open to any students that wish to attend.