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Teacher Shortage in the Spotlight at COE

Ashlee Vanasse decided on a career as a teacher not because it’s an in-demand field. For her, it’s all about what she calls “those spark moments.”  “When working with students of any age, they come to a moment w...

Michael Duduit

Anderson University Dean of Christian Studies to Speak at National Baptist Forum

Dr. Michael Duduit, Dean of the College of Christian Studies at Anderson University, is scheduled to speak at a national Baptist Forum later this month. Duduit will serve as the Institute Lecturer during the National Pr...

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Career Readiness Focus of New Initiative at Anderson University

Most people's opinion of e-mail falls into one of three categories: it’s a useful communication tool, a necessary evil or a distraction from work. Rebecca Albert has a different view. After all, she regularly gets...

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AU's Ryan Lau Making His Mark in Nashville

It didn’t take long for the new Commercial Music Program at the South Carolina School of the Arts at Anderson University to have its first success story. In fact, its very first graduate is well on his way to a career...

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IgniteAU Returns for Spring 2018

How much time would it take to fully explain your passion to friends and colleagues? At IgniteAU – Anderson University’s forum of ideas – you have exactly six minutes. Faculty and staff at AU are accepting that daunt...

Gorman Woodfin

Gorman Woodfin Goes to Hollywood

Oh, the stories Gorman Woodfin can tell. Like the time Hugh Jackman introduced him to Anne Hathaway. Or the card he received in the mail, with a hand-written note at the bottom…from President George W. Bush. Walking...

Don Peace

Dr. Peace Gains Prestigious Re-certification

Dr. Don Peace, Dean of the Anderson University College of Health Professions, was recently re-certified as a Fellow in the America College of Healthcare Executives. The American College of Healthcare Executives...

Nursing Graduates Pass Licensing Exam With Flying Colors

Anderson University Nursing Graduates Pass Licensing Exam With Flying Colors

Graduates from the Anderson University College of Health Professions’ School of Nursing passed their licensing exams at rates that far exceed the national average, placing AU among the top nursing schools in the state....

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AU Honors Dr. King’s Legacy

Anderson University is honoring the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr with a series of events and activities to kick off AU’s week of service – an initiative whereby AU faculty and staff are spending time way from wo...

Anderson University Online Program Among Nation’s Best

Anderson University is among the nation’s best schools offering online bachelor degree programs, according to US News & World Report. US News & World Report each year releases its Best Online Bachelor’s Programs...

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Anderson University Remembers Tom Thrift

The Anderson University family is mourning the loss of one of its most treasured friends and benefactors.  Thomas "Tom" Edison Thrift, a lifetime member of the AU Board of Trustees, passed away on Jan. 1, 2018...

Anderson University Supply Chain Management Students on the Cutting Edge of Logistics Technology

A group of Anderson University College of Business undergraduate students are presenting their research to a national trade group, reflecting the emerging reputation of AU’s Supply Chain management program. On January 1...

Anderson University December commencement

Anderson University December Graduates Include First Class of Master of Nursing Professionals

A special group of graduates are among the Anderson University students receiving their degrees this semester: health care professionals who earned a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN). Rachel Griggs is one of them. A n...

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AU’s MAGI project bearing gifts of comfort – and joy

Quentin arrived at his elementary school one morning wearing a grown-man’s jeans, cinched tight with a belt, their frayed edges peeking beneath his worn T-shirt. He wore no socks, his ankles bitten by the winter cold. H...

Ron Aderhold

Anderson University Graduate Student Focused on Fighting Homelessness Among Veterans

An Anderson University student’s passion for easing veterans’ transition from the battlefield to the home front has grown into a national effort to combat homelessness. Ron Aderhold, a veteran of the United States Army...

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