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Some of our talented students performed in the South Carolina School of the Arts Dance Concert Jan. 17 & 18.
Eight amazing Anderson University students in the COM 492 Class, Hollywood on Location, will be going to Los Angeles in May. The goal of the class is for the students to network and interact with producers, writers and executives in Television and Film.
AU Art and Design faculty member Natasha Giles Somerville speaks with students during her recent Gallery Talk in Vandiver. Somerville's exhibition of recent work will be on display until February 20.
Anderson University students, Kyle Myers, Michael Stevens, and Isaac Daffron, and AU professor, Dr. Diana Ivankovic, met the 2013 winner of the Nobel Prize in medicine, Dr. Randy Schekman, at the “Workshop on Successful Scientific Publishing.”
Anderson University students and professors competed in the AAYMCA Friday Night Lights CrossFit Competition. Andrew Olson & Madeline Helms took first in their division, and Gordon Smith & Kate Earle also took first in their division! Congrats!
Stage combat class poses with ASFD certified choreographer Nick Santana after they completed 30+ hours of training in Single Sword Stage Combat in one week!
Picture from Connect's Annual MLK Dessert & Discussion. The question here was "What are you doing to further the Dream?"
Clemson Air Force ROTC commander, Colonel Keith Balts with Anderson University and College of Education graduate, Adam Doyle at his commissioning service for the United States Air Force. Adam graduated with his degree in Secondary Social Studies in December 2018 and will now serve as a commissioned officer in the Air Force.
Anderson University freshman, Eliza Moore, has recently been crowned Miss Myrtle Beach 2019. This title secures her a spot to compete in the Miss South Carolina Pageant in June of 2019. She looks forward to representing her hometown, her state, and awareness for Children's Miracle Network and her personal platform, Hope for the Arts.
The ASID chapter meeting provided an excellent professional preparedness meeting with Matt Woods, account executive with Bentley Mills, discussing how interior designers work with industry professionals and treated students to amazing products for use in their projects.