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Brian Whitley, President of Load One Logistics, came to speak at the 2nd Supply Chain Evening sponsored by the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals.
Principles of Management class visited AU College of Business Partner BMW at their Zentrum Museum to truly see the work of innovation and strategic management that made BMW that great company it is today.
Sixteen Early Childhood Education seniors presented an original song about play and learning at the state wide early childhood conference.
At the forum students had the opportunity to meet one on one with representatives from over 180 law schools. Students could also attend a variety of workshops covering the application process, taking the LSAT, and financing their legal education.
Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors enjoy homecoming.
Phillip Pointer, pastor of St. Mark Baptist Church, spoke at Campus Worship this week, proclaiming, “Like Elisha who struck the water, you can strike the obstacles of your life with the power of God and claim your identity as His child.”
The College of Education hosted a Networking Event that included 16 school districts looking to hire AU graduates.
Community Health nursing students help package meals for Meals on Wheels clients.
AU alumni and current medical school students Mary Peyton Knapp and Kirsten Herbert came to speak at Anderson Science Association about their experience so far as students at medical school!
AU team had the privilege of meeting and taking a photograph with keynote speaker Brenda Salter McNeil. Dr. McNeil is a leading advocate for biblical reconciliation and racial justice in the global church.