Recent Anderson University graduates Watson George and Courtney Rice were honored as the recipients of the 2015 Billie Roy and Pearl Toon Smith Endowed Christian Education Scholarship Award. The scholarship was presented to them on May 8 by the Department of Religious Studies during a luncheon in the Olt Student Center.
Anderson University recently honored Dr. Michael Frank and Audrey Weiger with John A. Morrison Awards for their commitment and service to AU. In addition, the university presented the MOSAIC Award to Dr. Lynn Schmidt, and the Golden Compass Award to Dr. Lee Griffith. The awards were presented May 7 during the university’s annual faculty/staff recognition luncheon.
The webcast will feature the entire commencement program, including an address to graduates from Dr. James L. Edwards, former president of Anderson University. Edwards will also receive an Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters.
To access the webcast, visit: www.anderson.edu/commencement/webcast.
The posts on Facebook didn’t seem too serious at first.
Ivaan Shrestha thought the earthquake that hit his native Nepal was small — something that’s happened before.
It wasn’t until he saw images of historical buildings crumbling to dust that he realized the severity of the quake, and that his family, friends and neighbors were in danger.
But all the Anderson University student could do was watch the devastation from afar and try to get in touch with his loved ones.
The Nicholson Library at Anderson University will welcome Dr. George Rable to campus on April 24. Dr. Rable will be speaking on “The Religious Lives of Abraham Lincoln.” Rable is the Charles G. Summersell Chair in Southern History at the University of Alabama and a former AU history professor.
Nichole Frazier and Max Kittle were also recognized with the Outstanding Senior Athlete Award for their academic and athletic accomplishments, campus involvement and leadership.
[Photo: Provost Dr. Marie Morris, Adrienne Johnson, Jacob Eiler and President John S. Pistole]
Love, marriage, death and seemingly unimportant everyday experiences may seem like run-of-the-mill parts of life, but they create something extraordinary in Anderson University’s latest production.
“Our Town” runs at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Saturday and April 24-25, and 2:30 p.m. Sunday and April 26 at Byrum Hall.