Anderson University is saddened by the sudden death of Professor Greg Heberling Friday afternoon, August 29, 2014. We ask that you pray for the family, Heb's students, and the AU community. Each member of the AU community leaves their mark and Professor Heberling will be greatly missed for the energy, joy, and passion he brought every day.
[Photo: Spree (left), an oil painting from Dorothy Frey. Gate (right), an embroidery and acrylic piece by Heidi Leitzke.]
Torrential rain. Crackling lightning. Clamorous thunder.
That's what marked the arrival of Anderson University's Class of 2018 on Thursday, whose members began moving into residence halls. [Photo: Maggie Liston helps new students move into the dorms at Anderson University on Thursday.]
After spending the summer working at Google's secret research laboratory in Mountain View, California, Scott Kennedy has decided to stay.
"Google offered me a permanent job and it was too cool to pass up," said the Anderson University professor of chemistry and physics earlier this week after registering one of his daughters for school.
Dr. James L. Edwards, president of Anderson University, will be recognized as the 12th Man Fan of the Game by the Indianapolis Colts during the Colts pre-season football game on August 23 against the New Orleans Saints.
The 12th Man Fan of the Game honor is given to an individual at each Indianapolis Colts home game whose contributions to their community and the country are far reaching. The special recognition will occur just prior to kick-off.
Daniel Glass, senior political science major, recently had the opportunity to join the ranks of individuals working in the U.S. government.
During the spring semester, Glass completed an internship in Washington, D.C., with U.S. Rep. Susan W. Brooks. The internship was through the American Studies Program, a study abroad program offered through the Council for Christian Colleges and Universities.
A strong community can help enrich personal growth. Communities that have similar passions and interests will have an even greater impact.
The Indiana Faith and Writing Conference (IFWC) is an event that allows Christian writers to experience that community and personal growth. This is the first year that the Anderson University Department of English will host the conference.
Megan Kruse walked across the stage in Kardatzke Wellness Center on commencement day at Anderson University not too long ago.
A 2012 alumna, Kruse was a nursing major and member of the softball team while at AU. In August 2012, she began working in the cardiovascular intensive care unit at with Lutheran Hospital, which is based in Fort Wayne, Ind., and specializes in cardiac disorders and postsurgical patients.
For the first time, Anderson University will be participating in The Saint John’s Bible exhibit program, “A Year With The Saint John’s Bible,” where students, faculty, staff, and visitors can explore seven volumes of the hand-illuminated Bible. The exhibit opens on Monday, August 25 and will close March 6, 2015.