Anderson University students are now managing the day-to-day operations at the Anderson Business Incubator (ABI). The strategic partnership was created through Students In Free Enterprise (SIFE), a student run organization where students take part in business projects that seek to make a positive impact.
The Colombian priest has spent two decades working for human rights, an effort that has won him praise, but also threats on his life. He will speak at 4 p.m. in Hartung Hall Room 167. The event is free and open to the public.
Dr. John Aukerman, professor of Christian education at Anderson University’s School of Theology, spent the past two years writing and editing a textbook for university and seminary students. Dr. Aukerman and 12 colleagues from other colleges worked collaboratively to write the textbook. This January, Warner Press will publish the book.
A number of Anderson University students and alumni will participate this weekend in "Reality Check: Confronting Homelessness."
The event, co-hosted by The Christian Center and Alternatives, Inc., will cost $10 per person and starts at 6 p.m. Friday continuing until 7 a.m. the next morning.
At age 11, Joanna Tilley was liberated from constant stints in the hospital when a doctor found the cure for her respiratory illness. It was that moment that set the stage for her career choice.
But, it was her father’s work as a pastor and the medical ministry groups who flowed through her Tennessee home that gave her career choice a purpose.
Service has always been a significant component of the Anderson University Honors Program. Last year, Honors students gave hundreds of hours dedicated to service. One small, committed group of freshmen in the program exemplified this spirit of service and contributed an estimated 130 hours of service work last semester.
The Holocaust was undoubtedly one of the darkest times in world history, during which six million Jews were murdered at the hands of the Adolph Hitler and Nazi Germany from 1939-1945. While much has been studied about the history surrounding this terrible time, the specifics and emotions evoked from the period often escape the view of academia.
As the vuvuzelas and crowd grew quiet, Anderson University’s Paul Hill prepared to take his penalty kick with the shootout tied 2-2.
"This was the first time that we’ve ever ended a game with a shootout in the postseason," said Anderson University men's soccer coach Scott Fridley, still feeling the excitement of Thursday’s close match. "What a crazy way to end the game. There was a lot of excitement."