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First DPT graduates at Anderson University

Nov 29

College of Health Professions

Inaugural Physical Therapy Class to Graduate December 4

The graduation of Anderson’s inaugural DPT class is not only a major milestone in university history, it also happens to coincide with the centennial celebration of the physical therapy profession.

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Front cover of the Anderson University December 2021 commencement program

Nov 29

Commencement

Winter Commencement 2021 Takes Place December 4

More than 400 Anderson University students will become alumni as they receive their degrees during Winter Commencement, taking place on the historic Alumni Lawn.

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Luke and Savannah Black

Nov 23

Alumni

Alumna Returning to Zambia

A graduate of the Anderson University College of Education will return to Zambia where she and her husband will continue Hands of Hope’s mission.

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Nate Parsons

Nov 22

Alumni

Parsons Engaged in Quest for Better Treatment of Age-Related Disorders

Nate Parsons, a graduate of the Anderson University College of Arts and Sciences, is researching age-related issues affecting sight and hearing.

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Church youth and seniors playing a game

Nov 18

Alumni

Across the Ages: Alumnus Brings Young, Old Together

At Roebuck Baptist Church, youth are getting to know senior citizens over a meal and a fun game. As minister of youth, an Anderson University alumnus envisions regular meetings like...

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Foundations of Education students doing research

Nov 17

College of Education

College of Education Students Dive Deep Into Local History

Foundations of Education students researched old school yearbooks and other items in the Anderson County Museum's archives. They presented their findings November 16.

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Theatre and Dance students

Nov 16

South Carolina School of the Arts

Theatre and Dance Students nominated for Kennedy Center Award

The Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF) nominated several Theatre and Dance students for awards and a chance to compete in Washington, D.C. in 2022.

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Alessa Gibbons at right with designed costumes

Nov 11

South Carolina School of the Arts

Gibbons Gives Theatre and Dance Productions a Colorful Flair

The award-winning designs of Alessa Gibbons, a Theatrical Design major in the South Carolina School of the Arts at Anderson University, add to the spectacle of Theatre and Dance productions...

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Threads pop-up thrift shop

Nov 09

Feature Stories

IJM Chapter Event Raises Funds to Help Human Trafficking Victims

Through Threads, a pop-up thrift shop, Anderson IJM raised more than $1,500 to fight human trafficking.

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Crystal and Seanna

Nov 05

Alumni

Personal Tragedy Sparks Passion for Alumna to Pursue Pharmacy Career

The loss of her mom prompted Seanna Miller to champion the cause of providing safe meds for cancer patients.

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Cadie Hall

Nov 04

Alumni

Hall’s Educational Approach About Acceptance, Embracing Differences

Cadie Hall approaches her job teaching students with moderate intellectual disabilities with passion, care and commitment.

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Anderson University College of Business

Nov 02

College of Business

2022 Great Package Race Planning Underway

Students are learning firsthand what it takes to send missionaries overseas the items they need.

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Nathan, Fiona, Oliva and Martin Jones

Nov 01

Feature Stories

A Calling Across the Atlantic: Ministry and Journey to Citizenship

Nathan and Olivia Jones are pictured during AU Family Week with their parents, Martin and Fiona Jones. Pursuing God’s call into ministry led Martin to the U.S. More recently, all...

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AU nursing students with Rainbow Gang from Anderson

Oct 29

College of Health Professions

Nursing Students Join Rainbow Gang for Trunk Or Treat Fun

Anderson University nursing students had fun with the Rainbow Gang (Area 14 Special Olympics), one of their clinical sites for mental health nursing.

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James Michael Tyler

Oct 28

Alumni

'Friend' Forever: Remembering James Michael Tyler

James Michael Tyler wasn't just Gunther, the lovesick barista on 'Friends.' He was a Trojan, too...and a cherished member of the AU family.

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Dr. Jessica Jacobs, Dr. Martha Hinman and Dr. Heather Kindel.

Oct 27

College of Health Professions

College of Health Professions Faculty Present at National Conference

Drs. Heather Kindel and Jessica Jacobs, assistant professors of physical therapy in the Anderson University College of Health Professions, presented on “Creating a Culture of Feedback” during the 2021 Educational...

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Anderson University Center for Career Development

Oct 26

Feature Stories

Social Media Smarts for Job Hunters

Job applicants should ensure their social media accounts are free from anything that might be a red flag for potential employers, says the Anderson University Center for Career Development.

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Anderson University Global Center for Youth Ministry

Oct 25

College of Christian Studies

Global Center for Youth Ministry Launches New Website

Website offers easy access to resources for those engaged in youth ministry.

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Emily Prunty cleans up debris from a New Orleans home.

Oct 22

School of Public Service and Administration

Homeland Security Student Assists Ida Victims

Emily Prunty, a student at the Anderson University School of Public Service and Administration, cleans up debris outside a New Orleans home. She assisted victims of Hurricane Ida in September...

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Max Milian

Oct 21

South Carolina School of the Arts

Student Takes Lead in Musical, But Not in the Way You May Think

Max Milian, pictured here at the President's Gala, is taking on another sort of lead role, and he’s excited.

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From left to right, standing with an oversized $25,000 check, is William Kenley, CEO of AnMed Health; Wayne Landrith, Senior Vice President at Anderson University; and Mitesh Patel, President of Paragon Hotel Company.

Oct 20

College of Health Professions

Hotel2Suites in Anderson Celebrates Grand Opening with Gift to University

Paragon Hotel Company has provided a $25,000 gift to Anderson University in support of the College of Health Professions' work with AnMed Health.

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Anderson University College of Health Professions

Oct 20

College of Health Professions

College of Health Professions Celebration of Life

The Anderson University College of Health Professions honored those whose gift ensures better trained medical professionals.

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Anderson University President Evans Whitaker with Dini Cecil Pickering and Ryan Cecil

Oct 20

Feature Stories

Kim S. Miller Family Enterprise Fall Social at Biltmore

Anderson University President Dr. Evans Whitaker is standing with Dini Cecil Pickering, chairman of the board, president of the family office and chairman of Biltmore’s corporate philanthropy program, during the...

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Anderson University student Rylee Brtek and Kelly Jo Martin of Jo Brown Senior Center

Oct 19

College of Arts and Sciences

Communication Students Connect with Anderson Businesses

Communication students from the Anderson University College of Arts and Sciences produced videos showcasing downtown Anderson businesses and various organizations that serve the public as part of the Storefront Stories...

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2021 EDGE participants from Anderson University

Oct 18

College of Business

College of Business Students, Alumna, Represent South Carolina at EDGE Conference

Three students and an alumna represented South Carolina at the 2021 EDGE conference in Atlanta. Pictured from left are Andrew Miller; Samantha Stec; Dr. Kimberly Whitehead, professor of business; Bryson...

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Anderson University the Journey Ahead Logo

Oct 15

COVID-19

Journey Ahead Update: Things Are Going to Look Different After Fall Break

Effective immediately, masks are encouraged, but not required, in most locations on campus.

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Jordan Anderson

Oct 15

Center for Global Engagement

Anderson Among Select Group of International Educators

Jordan Anderson of the Anderson University Center for Global Engagement was selected for a prestigious professional development program supporting diversity in international education.

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