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Kathy Vass, public relations director at Jackson Marketing, Motorsports & Events in Greenville, gives the Anderson University COM 321 Public Relations Writing and Production class an overview of the company during a recent field trip.
Blake Ross, lead front-end developer for Jackson Marketing, Motorsports & Events, shows off an augmented reality app his team has developed to students visiting from the COM 321 Public Relations Writing and Production class. The app allows a potential customer for a product (in this case a truck tire) to see the product on a mobile device as if it is literally in the room. AU students are now learning the basics of mobile app development through a new minor in the Communication Department.
Dr. Jason Neill presents on the topic of forgiveness at the 2018 South Carolina Counseling Association annual conference. This conference is attended by professionals in the mental health field from all over the state of South Carolina.
Alena Turner and Mary-Peyton Knapp presented their research on the Zika Virus at the Milliken Company in Spartanburg. Dr. Ivankovic and Dr. Prager helped guide them through this research process.
"Celebrity" judges Annie Brink, Susan Doughty and Jennifer Triplett judged alongside Dr. Burden for the upper level history course Consuming Passions Iron Chef competition today.
Mike Ellis, faith reporter for the Greenville News Group of USA Today, discusses journalism with students in the COM 111 Newswriting class.
American Green Tree Frog pictured here in a hollow Holly tree sitting down at the table. Ecology Club helped remove kudzu at the Rocky River Nature Park when this candid scene was discovered.
Anderson University started chapter Alpha Alpha Upsilon of Sigma Delta Pi, the Sociedad Nacional Honoraria Hispánica (National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society) to promote the Hispanic culture and Spanish language.
Assistant Professor of Communication Robert Reeves and communication students recently attended the Connect 2017 conference in Columbia sponsored by the South Carolina chapters of the Public Relations Society of America and the International Association of Business Communicators.
An Anderson University communication student operates the camera as part of the Reformation Day live stream on Oct. 31. AU celebrated the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation through a marathon Bible reading that saw multiple faculty and students reading the scriptures throughout the day.