It is not often that someone can say they are the best in the world, but for Falls School of Business DBA graduate Larry Sayler, that is the perfect description. Sayler recently completed the Certified Managerial Accounting (CMA) test with the highest score in for the Spring 2009 test cycle, beating out over 4,000 other participants worldwide. With over 65% of test candidates coming from outside the US, Sayler’s accomplishment is truly a global achievement.
A special event celebrating the U.S. Constitution will be conducted at Anderson University on Tuesday, Sept. 15, at 3:30 p.m. in the lobby of Reardon Auditorium. During this event, Richard M. Gamble, the Anna Margaret Ross Alexander Professor of History and Political Science and Associate Professor of History at Hillsdale College, will be speaking. The event is free and open to the public.
While teaching a social media course for his company, Brandswag, 2006 marketing graduate Kyle Lacy connected with Sarah Buckner, who works for the Hamilton County Tourism Bureau. After referring Lacy to the editor at Wiley Publishing in Indianapolis, Lacy started writing the book, Twitter Marketing for Dummies.
For those who know author C.S. Lewis simply as the guy who wrote "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe," or the guy Anthony Hopkins played in "Shadowlands," Kevin Radaker can fill in the blanks.
Kristina Unis, senior history major at AU, completed an internship this summer at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency in Washington, D.C. "I worked with the Historian, Archivist, and Curator, working with historical objects and archival documents that pertain to the history and operations of the agency," she said.
The Falls School of Business (FSB) at Anderson University unveiled a new dynamic Web site today, Tuesday, Sept. 1. The new site, www.anderson.edu/falls, offers a distinctive new design that is easier to navigate while providing informative features on a variety of areas such as the undergraduate, MBA, and DBA programs along with new areas for current and prospective students, admissions, parents, and alumni.
Anderson University freshman Nicole Shenefield wanted to say "thank you" in advance to the city she will call home for the next four years.
Shenefield, along with about 500 other students new to AU, worked Saturday morning to beautify the city, picking up trash, weeding, mowing, painting and doing other odd jobs as part of the second annual day of service partnership between AU and the city.
Nemo had survived the 2,200-mile trip from Arizona, but Anderson University freshman David Cox was worried that the shock of transferring the beta fish into its new tank in the AU dorm might kill the blue and red beta. With his things unpacked and set up in his new home, Nemo was one of the last first-day-on-campus tasks Cox had yet to complete.
Less than a year after it opened, the blue Kennedy Crossing bridge over White River has already become a victim of graffiti vandals.
The bridge is among a list of places in the city that are to be cleaned as part of an Aug. 29 effort to pick up trash and spruce up areas involving city officials and about 400 incoming Anderson University freshmen.
Journalism. Computer Programming. Missions. All different career fields but each is utilized in diverse ways at the non-for-profit organization Word Made Flesh.
Located in Omaha, Neb., Word Made Flesh (WMF) founder Chris Huertz, a popular chapel speaker, has made quite the impression on students at Anderson University. Since 2006, three students have felt called to work at the organization with others volunteering or interning.