Anderson, Ind. — On Oct. 25, Dr. Michele L. Malvesti, former senior director for Combating Terrorism Strategy (2002-2007), will be speaking at Anderson University. Malvesti will first meet with Anderson University students majoring in national security studies, then provide an address at an open forum from 2:30-3:30 p.m. in Decker Hall Room 133. This event is free and open to the public.
Anderson, Ind. — Anderson University’s School of Science and Engineering has recently received multiple student scholarships and grants for faculty projects. The following students received scholarships from the Indiana Space Grant Consortium:
Anderson, Ind. — Anderson University is ready and able to welcome students from Harrison College. The faculty and staff at AU want to recognize your college achievements so far, and are prepared to work with students in the transfer admissions process to ensure as seamless a transition as possible.
Anderson, Ind.— The Indiana Supreme Court will travel to Anderson University in Madison County on Wednesday, Sept. 26. The Court will hold oral argument in a criminal search and seizure case. The argument is in the case of Marcus Zanders v. State of Indiana (15S01-1611-CR-571).
Anderson, Ind. — Anderson University’s bachelor’s degree program in mechanical engineering has been accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET), the global accreditor of college and university programs in applied and natural science, computing, engineering, and engineering technology.
At just three years old, Katie Lawrence fell in love with dance, and it became a huge part of her life. Her fourth grade teacher happened to be an Indianapolis Colts cheerleader and grew to be an inspiration and role model to Lawrence. Soon after seeing the impact the cheerleaders have on the community in Indiana, it became a dream she was determined to achieve. In 2015, as a college freshman, she tried out and did not make the team.
Distinctive. Compelling. Relevant. When President John Pistole stepped onto campus as head of Anderson University in 2015, those three values were his compass for what he would strive for the university to be.
“In everything we do, how can we be a distinctive, compelling, and relevant institution?” In his first three years with AU, Pistole and his staff have found a multitude of answers.