Anderson University will be adding another alum to the Orr Fellowship program this summer. Senior Libby Durbin was one of 50 college students accepted to begin the Orr Fellowship program out of 1,100 applicants. She started the application process in August 2016. She successfully went through a round of interviews and a networking event before being offered a spot.
This past summer, Anderson University junior Hannah Marsh traveled to Ghana, Africa, to serve. It was her second mission trip to the country.
Marsh discovered her passion for Ghana two years ago when she traveled to Africa on a short-term mission trip, serving on behalf of the mission organization Training Tomorrow’s Leaders.
“I loved the culture and the organization’s mission of planting churches and developing the surrounding community,” said Marsh.
Anderson University senior Jireh Hart set AU’s single-season record for rebounds per game. Hart averaged 12.8 rebounds and ranked second in the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference. With a total of 320 rebounds, she was 14th in the nation this season.
As a transfer student to Anderson University from Vincennes University, Hart enjoyed a smooth transition with the caring help of the admissions staff.
Anderson University welcomes former FBI Director Robert Mueller as part of Security Studies Speaker Series
Robert Mueller, former director of the FBI, will visit Anderson University on Wednesday, March 8, to spend time with students in the security studies and political science programs. Mueller will also offer a public address on the evening of March 8.
What do a group of creative people and cycling enthusiasts have in common with a non-profit organization and a community in Africa? Not much, except for a desire to see the global water crisis become a thing of the past. In March, Anderson University is hosting an exhibit featuring how one design team chose to present this collaboration to the world.
Anderson University alum Judge Rudolph R. Pyle III, Indiana Court of Appeals (Fourth District), will be a featured speaker as a part of the university’s Centennial Chapel Speaker Series, Feb. 16, at 11 a.m. in Reardon Auditorium. Judge Rudolph R. Pyle III was appointed to the Court of Appeals of Indiana by Gov. Mitch Daniels and took his seat on Aug. 27, 2012.