Anderson University alumna Stefanie Vinsel BA '11 has always had a passion for caring for people. Beginning her journey at AU as a nursing student, Vinsel soon realized her joy came not only from helping people but also from being creative. Interested in filmmaking, Vinsel pursued a major in communication arts, with a focus in audio/video/cinema production.
From February 24 through March 22, the Wilson Galleries at Anderson University will host the annual Juried Student Exhibition. The opening reception and award ceremony will take place on Sunday, February 24, from 3 to 5 p.m. This year’s juror, Sarojini Jha Johnson, will give a gallery talk at 4 p.m. Her work will be exhibited in conjunction with the student work selected for the exhibition.
Students from Indiana’s private, non-profit colleges and universities want to deliver three messages in person at the Statehouse on Tuesday, February 12: Sincere thanks for the legislators’ ongoing commitment to state need-based financial aid for students; the urgent need for their continued support of this program; and the critical importance of increasing the number of Hoosiers with bachelor’s degrees to Indiana’s economic health.
Who hasn’t taken a box of paper clips or a few pens home from the company supply room?
“Big deal,” you say. “They’re just pens.”
But what if all your coworkers took something, too? All those small things — a box of thumbtacks here, a roll of toilet paper there — would add up to big losses in the company’s bank book.
Worldwide, businesses lose about $3.5 trillion every year due to frauds committed by their own employees, according to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners.
Dr. Gary Agee recently crossed racial and denominational lines to study the history of racism in the church. After many years of research, Agee, an adjunct professor of church history at the Anderson University School of Theology, has published A Cry for Justice: Daniel Rudd and his Life in Black Catholicism, Journalism and Activism.
Two Anderson University alumni have been named to Indianapolis Business Journal's Forty Under 40 for 2013. Alumni Ben Gale BA '01 and Michele Jackson BA '97 were named to the annual list that honors business and professional leaders who have achieved success and excelled in their field before the age of 40.