Anderson, Ind. — Anderson University students seek to fulfill the university’s core values each day, and many students fulfill the value of excellence as they earn awards and other commendations for their scholarly work and efforts, both in and out of the classroom.
The following students were recognized during the 2017-2018 school year, and the university congratulates them on their hard work:
Anderson, Ind. — Anderson University is celebrating National Nurses Week by taking a look back at the history of its nursing program, and how it has grown and adapted as AU enters its second century of faith and service. Officially enacted by President Richard Nixon in 1974, National Nurses Week begins each year on May 6 and ends on May 12, Florence Nightingale's birthday.
Seniors recognized for 4.0 Cumulative GPA Academic Achievement
Anderson, Ind. -- Anderson University recognized seniors Nancy Dalton, Regan Donnell, Lauren Vale, and Carrie VanderMolen for achieving a 4.0 cumulative GPA during their years at AU during honors chapel convocation on April 19.
[Photo: President John Pistole congratulates senior honorees (L - R) Nancy Dalton, Lauren Vale, Carrie VanderMolen, and Regan Donnell, along with Provost Marie Morris. Photo credit: George Abiad.]
Anderson University Announces Speakers and Honorees for Commencement 2018
Anderson, Ind. -- Anderson University will honor distinguished alumni and friends on campus when it celebrates its 100th Commencement on Saturday, May 5.
[Photo: Bishop Timothy J. Clarke in top left, Margaret A. Lewis in top right, The Rev. Dr. Melissa Pratt in bottom left, Dr. Todd R. Clear in bottom right.]
Anderson, Ind. -- Anderson University will host a wide variety of camps and pre-college experiences on campus for the 2018 summer season. These will include athletic camps for boys and girls from ages 3-18, as well as pre-college experiences in music, dance, design, STEM, and filmmaking for high school students. In 2017, AU camps brought over 600 students and their families to the city of Anderson.
Lindsey Jeffers graduated from Anderson University’s School of Nursing in May 2015. During her time at AU, Jeffers discovered a passion for helping and serving patients, people, and the Lord. With faith being a major part of her life, Jeffers found God calling her to a place she never thought she would go.