“Personal branding” is a popular idea today. It is also a necessary skill for Anderson University students graduating from almost every discipline — from music business to Christian ministries. Personal branding allows individuals to intentionally share who they are. In fact, the idea of personal branding is so important to young people entering the workforce today that the Falls School of Business has hired a professor with just that subject in mind.
Through a partnership between St.Vincent Home Health and Hospice and Anderson University’s Orangehaus Records, a special CD titled Gone from My Sight will be previewed and released Sunday, March 6, at 3 p.m. in York Performance Hall. The preview will honor hospice patients as well as hospice nurses. Included in the program will be pre-recorded video reflections, stories about hospice care, and a slide show describing the making of the CD.
Post 3:53 p.m. on February 25, 2016:
This morning, Anderson University received a nonspecific bomb threat via email. The message was sent to multiple offices on campus. After searching all primary buildings on the campus, law enforcement agencies have given AU the “all-clear.”
Many students are able to serve different cultures through Tri-S trips during their time at Anderson University, but the international missions experience continues after graduation for some alumni. Both Dan and Christy Kihm, 2003 graduates, and Joshua and Audrey Weiger, who graduated in 2007 and 2006 respectively, are currently serving in Europe with Three Worlds, a Church of God ministry. For both couples, their time at AU helped develop and grow their passion for global ministry.
Dr. Janet Brewer, Nicholson Library’s director, hopes the community will see the significance of this exhibit in correlation to the election in November.
The Jessie C. Wilson Galleries in Krannert Fine Arts Center at Anderson University will host the annual Juried Student Exhibitions Feb. 27-March 24. Helen Sanematsu, associate professor of Visual Communication Design at the Herron School of Art and Design in Indianapolis, will serve as the exhibition juror. The opening reception and award ceremony will take place on Saturday, Feb. 27, from 3 to 5 p.m. Sanematsu, will give a lecture at 4 p.m.
The organization is Rock it to a Cure (RITAC), and it works with other charities to raise money through an annual concert event. RITAC aims to partner with charities involved in research for cures of childhood diseases and those with special needs..