At the front of the Anderson University School of Theology's Miller Chapel is the Willhardt Memorial Window, a stained glass window that takes center stage. It is not easily ignored, but instead, it is marveled at as people gather in the chapel. During the spring semester, the window served as a guide while seminary faculty preached through a sermon series focusing on the different themes represented in the artwork.
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A decade after the initial idea was broached, the Church of God Interpretive Center will open in late spring 2013. Construction is now underway for the 2,200-square-foot facility, which will be housed in the Church of God Ministry Building in Anderson.
Anderson University awarded more than 650 doctoral, master’s, bachelor’s and associate degrees Saturday at the university’s 95th commencement.
Faculty lined the entrance to Kardatzke Wellness Center and ushered in the graduates for the event. For the students completing months and years of coursework, the graduation was a relieving award.
[Photo: Andrea Morehead Allen gave the commencement address at Anderson University on Saturday.]
Anderson University recently honored Dr. Fred Shively and David Neidert with John A. Morrison Awards for their commitment and service to AU. In addition, the university presented the MOSAIC Award to Dr. Stuart Erny, and the inaugural Golden Compass Award to Dr. Merle Strege. The awards were presented May 9 during the university’s annual faculty/staff recognition luncheon.
“My time at Anderson University has been a very fulfilling experience,” said Dr. Fred Shively, professor of religion and a 1961 graduate of AU. “I love to teach, and it has been a big joy in my life. I am excited to see how God will use me next, but I will miss the reward of getting to work closely with such great group of students.”