Junior Nicholas Zehner received a national award from The National Council of Alpha Chi. The $1,500 Nolle Scholarship won by Zehner was based on a presentation in philosophy he presented through region five of the national honor society. [Zehner pictured on right.]
AU School of Theology recently received a $5,000 grant for scholarship support from the Chatlos Foundation. The scholarship was created to help pastors from small churches attend online seminary courses.
About 70% of all Church of God congregations have fewer than 100 regular attenders. As a result many pastors have difficulty financing seminary education. Many pastors are bi-vocational or retired minsters who continue serving in retirement.
Sarah Blake’s journey into ministry started the day she was born.
Three months premature and not breathing at birth, Blake wasn’t supposed to make it. Now that she’s a senior at Anderson University, she takes the miracle that she’s alive as a sign that she’s on the right path in the school’s master divinity program.
With graduation around the corner for seniors, many have concerns about today’s economy on the job market. Fortunately, Anderson University assists students with everything from selecting a major, building a resume, preparing for interviews, connecting with alumni, job fairs, and on-campus recruiting through the Career Development Center.
With the launch of the Alumni Mentor Program (AMP) initiative, Director of Alumni Relations, Ben Davis, and the AU Alumni Association hosted chapel on Thursday, April 9, to encourage interaction between students and alumni and invite students into their "extended family" at AU.
Eight female students vied for the coveted, if unusual crown Tuesday night, but in the end, Amy Plooster emerged as the Anderson University East Africa Ambassador.
The AUEA program hosts a pageant each year to determine which student will represent the college in a trip to Africa to help with issues affecting the war-torn continent.
Kelly Packard’s whirlwind first season as Ball State’s women’s basketball coach took another remarkable turn Monday.
The former Anderson University star was named the 2009 Maggie Dixon Division I Rookie Coach of the Year by the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association.
For most college students, April begins to bring an overwhelming flurry of stress, excitement and emotion as graduation day creeps forward without apology. It can be a time of self-centered thinking, agony and frustration as the realities of post-graduation life come to the surface. But for Anderson University’s Senior Art and Design students, April brings their focus to one another as they prepare to open their senior exhibition “Converge: It Totally Matters What It’s Next To.”