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For the third consecutive year, AU has been named an Apple Distinguished School, making us one of fewer than 25 institutions of higher learning in the U.S and the only university in South Carolina to do so. A celebration was held on Tuesday, with the guest appearance of an Apple representative and AirPod and Apple Watch giveaways!
Dr. John Frazier’s MGT 210: Principles of Management class visited Michelin last week and toured their facility. Thank you to Michelin and Dr. Frazier for giving our students a first hand look at Management in a Manufacturing Company. #WeMeanBusiness #TrueToAU
Students had a royally good time at the inaugural Regency Ball hosted by Writer's Block Tuesday night. People came together to celebrate one of Jane Austen's favorite past times in a super fun way.
AU students are going to the "ends of the earth" with the Gospel this summer. These AU students were recently commissioned as BCM Summer Missionaries.
The ART110 classes explored the work of Jackson Pollock by creating their own drip paintings inspired by the work of the famed abstract expressionist painter.
The senior Art + Design majors exhibited their work at Vandiver Gallery and the Carnegie Building in downtown Anderson.
Cameron Ashley Building Products sponsored the College of Business Honors Day and helped reward some outstanding Seniors during the campus-wide Honors Convocation and the Honors Luncheon at the Bleckley Inn.
Dr. Chris Hansen, Assistant Professor of Music Education at Anderson University, conducts the Northeast Anderson Honors Chorus. This event included approximately 150 auditioned singers from five area schools.
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.
Emily Mauldin was awarded first place in the Kravet Design of Distinction Competition, a competition specifically developed by Kravet in partnership with Anderson University's School of Interior Design.