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Hoyt Bray and April Neal with Upstate Federal Credit Union joined Anderson University Senior Vice President for Development Wayne Landrith to celebrate A Day and show their support for this year's A Day senior class project.
Associate Vice President for Alumni and Parent Engagement Jason Rutland is among those celebrating #ADayToGive!
Campus Worship featured Donald E. Greene, president of the Baptist Educational and Missionary Convention of South Carolina, who asked students, "Do you know the man from Galilee who walked out on the water and calmed the raging sea?" Watch his entire sermon at auworship.com/watch.
Student Development's Tonya Landrith and her son, James, are all decked out in their Black and Gold for A Day to Give!
For the second year in a row, AU CAS Com students win at the Worldfest Houston International Film Festival. Kayla Bowers (CAS alum, left) and Rachel Tabor (right) shot the award winning project titled, THE RECORD: a 60 second drama, for their COM 451 Documentary Production class.
Dr. Candace Livingston of the Department of Art & Design stands in the Headquarters of the Explorers Club in New York City. She was elected a Fellow in 2018 and visited the Club for the first time over Spring Break.
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Enrollment Counselor Sharon Vargo shares the stage with Chunsta Miller, the General Manager of the Anderson Mall, at The PIQUE.
The Center for Career Development staff were proud to represent AU at The PIQUE 2019.
Anna Nail and Whitney Storz, among other young professionals in the upstate, participated in a conference that included round tables with executives, sessions on economic development and positive conversations, and plenty of networking!