Cultural Resource Center Staff
Cultural Resource Center: firstname.lastname@example.org
On Campus: Ext. 4193
Off Campus: 765-641-4193
Toll-Free:1-800-428-6414 (Request Extension 4193)
Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Multicultural Student Services
Rev. Michelle Williams is the Assistant Dean of Students & Director of Multicultural Student Services at Anderson University. In this capacity, she serves as an administrative advocate, major support system, and link for students of color at Anderson University. Michelle oversees the Cultural Resource Center, which provides campus-wide programming & education on issues of Diversity and Cultural Awareness. Prior to coming to AU, she served in program management and coordination at various non-profit agencies. Most recently, Michelle has managed student mentoring programs for Big Brothers & Sisters of Greene County; and managed satellite offices for PACE/OAR, an agency committed to helping ex-offenders re-enter society.
As an ordained minister, Michelle has served as a youth pastor and an associate pastor. Her passion is to see the body of Christ celebrate the richness of the diversity of gifts and talents of each of its members. As an anointed speaker, facilitator, and teacher she longs to motivate others to look beyond their comfort zones and realize, “how good and pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity.” (Psalm 133:1)
Director of International Student Services
Stu was born and raised as a missionary kid in Taiwan. After relocating to the States for his high school years, he attended Asbury College (BS Art Educ.) and Asbury Seminary (Masters of Divinity). He has always enjoyed other cultures and in his adult years has traveled to various countries including Jamaica, Hong Kong, India, Philippines, England, Thailand, Nepal, Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. Before coming to work at AU in 2001, Stu served two years in Kathmandu, Nepal with Word Made Flesh. In addition to directing International Student Services at AU Stu also oversees the Campus Ministries program as well as co-directs the Peace and Conflict Transformation (PACT) program. During his time at AU he has also taught a variety of classes in the Department of Religious Studies as well as led a number of TRI-S trips. Stu earned a Doctor of Ministry from AU’s School of Theology in 2010. He is married to Christine and they have three children—Wesley (15), Luke (13), and Caroline (10). Apart from spending time with family and friends, Stu enjoys experiencing other cultures, documentaries, books, camping and soccer.
CRC Office Manager
Mrs. Linda Robertson is the Administrative Assistant in the Cultural Resource Center at Anderson University. Linda has been a Pastor’s wife, Para-Professional Librarian, and has worked in the currency and stock markets. Most recently she was a missionary in Ecuador, where a few of her responsibilities included serving as the Director of the Seminary Library and Assistant Director of the Children of Promise Program. She is married to Dr. Gregory Robertson, Associate Professor of Christian Theology at the School of Theology. They have two third-culture kids.
(765) 641- 4193
The CRC Student Leadership Team is comprised of 8 students who serve as officers in the New Image Gospel Choir and International Student Association (ISA). As an extension of the CRC staff they provide much needed administrative and programmatic support. These students also serve as "cultural ambassadors" within the student body.