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Professor Gorman Woodfin accepts a Silver Remi Award from award show presenter John Chambers at the Worldfest Houston International Film Festival Awards Gala on April 13th.
AU COM students work on the new computer systems in the Watkins Media Lab. The class is focused on the post production of a final video project for their COM 251 Intro to Video Production class.
Sara Glenndinning, Kasey Grant and Laurin Jones presenting posters of the undergraduate student research projects at the 80th Annual Association of Southeastern Biologist conference in Memphis, TN.
Junior biology/biochemistry students Michael Stevens, Shelby Tyler, and Isaac Daffron presenting their research at the South Carolina Academy of Science held in Florence, SC.
Mary Rings works on a project for Dr. Stowe's English 102 course.
For the second year in a row, AU CAS Com students win at the Worldfest Houston International Film Festival. Kayla Bowers (CAS alum, left) and Rachel Tabor (right) shot the award winning project titled, THE RECORD: a 60 second drama, for their COM 451 Documentary Production class.
Digital Media major, Rachel Funchess, accepted a coveted Studio Internship in Hollywood, CA. She will be working at L.A. Castle Studios this summer.
Eight amazing Anderson University students in the COM 492 Class, Hollywood on Location, will be going to Los Angeles in May. The goal of the class is for the students to network and interact with producers, writers and executives in Television and Film.
Members of Professor Gorman Woodfin’s Corporate Video Production class are busy filming a promotional video for the university for their final project.
Capt. Adam Myrick, the public information officer for the Lexington County Sheriff's Department, discusses the types of crisis management situations he faces in his job with students in the COM 420 Public Relations Crisis Management course.