As she completed her senior year at Anderson University, 2013 graduate Claire Brown was recognized with a "Student of the Year" Jefferson Award for Public Service for her work with Kids Against Hunger, an international food charity. Brown, a Bible and religion major and Christian ministries minor, interned with the organization during the past year.
The Falls School of Business at Anderson University has announced it will provide new iPads to more than 300 MBA students this year. The MBA iPad Launch Project will equip all active students in the MBA program with iPads as part of their enrollment. The initiative is driven by the program’s objectives of preparing students with skills that are relevant and in-demand, as well as providing faculty access to the latest, most innovative teaching tools.
The Falls School of Business MBA program at Anderson University is on the move. The program recently announced it will relocate its Lawrence-area learning site to a newly renovated education facility. The new site is located at 6501 Sunnyside Road in Indianapolis. The facility also houses the administrative headquarters for the Metropolitan School District of Lawrence Township.
Stephon Blackwell, who has served in two executive roles with Mayor Kevin Smith’s administration over the past year, is now back to one.
Effective today, Blackwell will be Anderson’s Parks and Recreation Department superintendent, a role he has performed on an interim basis for the past year following former Superintendent Doug Zook’s move to the Department of Economic Development. Zook has since resigned his position.
The pyramids of Egypt. Italy’s Villa Rotunda. Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello. Anderson’s own Victorian style Gruenewald House.
Anderson author Shirley Montgomery takes a colorful and interesting look at architecture through history, then delivers her readers to the doorstep of an entirely new and unprecedented era in architecture in her newly published book, Architecture of the Early Twenty-First Century: A Global Need for Sustainability.
While many college students packed their bags for a spring break with beaches and warm weather, on March 16 a group from Anderson University set off for the Spencer Perkins Center for Reconciliation and Community Development, located in Jackson, Miss.
"It's all about seeing our boys."
That was the sentiment held by Nanette Williams at Day 1 of the Indianapolis Colts' training camp at Anderson University on Sunday. It's safe to say it's the same for the few thousand fans who lined up along University Boulevard, walked through a chute of NFL merchandise and kiosks and sat on bleachers or even in practice field grass just to get a glimpse of their favorite gridiron stars.
Time to break out the blue-and-white jerseys, sunglasses and sun block and take in some professional football (practice) at Anderson University.
The Indianapolis Colts will arrive Saturday for training camp, and for two weeks fans can watch their favorite players go through the motions in preparation for the 2013 season.
The Colts’ first exhibition game will be Aug. 11, when they host the Buffalo Bills. Indy will open the season Sept. 8 with a home date against the Oakland Raiders.