Anderson, Indiana

AU Students Participate in I-69 Innovation Challenge

Thu, 2009-02-12 16:05 -- univcomm
February 12, 2009

Five Anderson University students recently participated with four other schools in the third annual I-69 Collegiate Innovation Challenge sponsored by the Grant County Economic Growth Council. Other participants included Ball State University, Huntington University, Indiana Wesleyan University, and Taylor University. The purpose of the competition is to encourage entrepreneurship along the I-69 corridor, foster collaborative market solutions through team building, promote cross-pollination, and generate creative ideas.

Brown and Schubert receive servant leaders awards

Thu, 2009-02-05 13:30 -- univcomm
February 5, 2009

Anderson University juniors Stephanie Brown and Chad Schubert recently received the 2009 Nicholson Student Servant Leadership Award for services on campus and in the community. The awards were made possible by a grant from the Moore Foundation and Barney II Foundation as well as matching funds directed to the university by Anderson University donors.

FSB students receive scholarship

Sat, 2008-12-06 10:09 -- univcomm
December 6, 2008

Two senior Anderson University students were selected to receive the Falls School of Business/Dickmann Scholarship Award at a luncheon on Friday, December 5.

Kelly Kaiser, a management major and history minor as well as Lisa Bailey, an accounting major, were selected from several applicants to receive scholarships because of the work they have done within the Falls School of Business as well as in their community. The scholarships are funded through the Madison County Community Foundation Charles H. and Hazel Dickmann Chamber of Commerce/Anderson University Fund.

AU Recognized as a Leader of Educational Excellence

Thu, 2008-12-04 14:13 -- univcomm
December 4, 2008

Anderson University has received the designation “College of Distinction” in the newly-released 2008-2009 edition of Colleges of Distinction. Unlike traditional numeric-based college guidebooks, this book recognizes and appeals to students’ unique interests, realizing what may be “the best” college for one student, may be vastly different than the best for another.