Anderson, Ind. -- On Dec. 2, 2017, Anderson University’s School of Science and Engineering hosted hundreds of K-12 students and their coaches and families in the Kardatzke Wellness Center for the third annual Raven-VEX Robotics competition. Eighty AU faculty, staff, students, and close friends served as volunteer referees, emcees, and provided other assistance throughout the day.
Anderson, Ind. -- Anderson University has been ranked among the 20 Best Doctor of Business Administration Degrees for 2017. The ranking from College Choice, a leading authority in college and university rankings and resources, put AU at #11 for the Best Doctor of Business Administration Degrees. The full ranking is available on their website.
Study Buddies is one of seven campus ministries at Anderson University, focusing primarily on tutoring and mentoring elementary school students. Study Buddies partners with South Meridian Church of God (South) and their Open Door tutoring program. Open Door is available to all children of the community in kindergarten through fifth grade.
Cultural Resource Center provides a home for all students
Mike Thigpen, director of the Cultural Resource Center (CRC), has been teaching lessons on fear, anger, and shame. “I feel so often in our society we have allowed the message to be carried by one group; it’s the offended group. It causes the majority to feel fear, anger, or shame,” said Thigpen. In his lessons, Thigpen describes these three actions as a triangle. Not only does the majority feel these actions, but so does the minority.
Anderson, Ind. -- Anderson University’s fall play, “The Diviners,” will premiere on Dec. 7 in Byrum Hall.
Once a semester, chapel becomes a platform for art in action. Dancers jump and twirl, poets bring life to their verses, and artists sketch out their testimonies. Lights dim in the auditorium as musicians strum their guitars and sing out lyrics of praise. VisionRevision is not a typical chapel performance; it is an outlet for expression.
Anderson, Ind. -- The Anderson University School of Music, Theatre, and Dance will present the 53rd annual “Candles and Carols” Christmas concert on Friday, Dec. 1, 2017, at 7:30 p.m. in Reardon Auditorium. The event is free and open to the public.
Professor Emeritus Dr. Robert Glenn Falls, namesake of Anderson University's Falls School of Business, passed away on Nov. 10, 2017, after a short illness.
ANDERSON – To those who knew him at Anderson University and across Madison County, he was a teacher, mentor, community partner and friend.
But more than that, to many he encountered throughout his 95 years, Robert Glenn Falls was an inspiration.