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MAEd. Face-to-Face Program Holds Orientation

9/13/2010
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Bethel University’s Master of Arts in Education (MAEd.) face-to-face program held orientation recently for students entering the program. Beginning students included: Mallory Joy Akin of Newbern; Daniel Lafayette Andrews of Harvest, Ala.; Letitia Ruth Bell of McKenzie; Sarah Kristin Bradberry of McKenzie; Johnny Nora Bradford of Brownsville; Christie Lynn Bursey of Brighton; Margot Marie Creasman of Rutherfordton, N.C.; Willie Cripps of Hermitage; Michele Souza Cunha of Brazil; Chancy L’amour Depriest of Trezevant; Kenneth Dewayne Dunn of McKenzie; Felicia Nichole Etheridge of McKenzie; Tyler Hudson Faulkner of Huntsville, Ala; Paul M. Frazier of Munford: Stacey F. Glover of Humboldt; Katherine Scott Harris of McKenzie; Gregory Lamar Hines of McKenzie; Penny S. Holmes of Paris; Beverly Ann Lovelace of Brownsville; Angel Carlene Massey of Paris; Karen C. McCaleb of McKenzie; Mitzi Nelson of McKenzie; Sarah Nunn of McKenzie; Christopher Dishong Ray of Huntingdon; Autumn Nicole Roberson of Dyersburg; Justin Alan Stafford of McKenzie; Jonathan Tyler Stanley of Knoxville; Tashana Taylor of Jamaica; Dustin Warren of Jackson; Julie Lynn Webb of Paris; and Christopher Brock Willis of Smyrna.
Bethel offers the master of arts in education through both face-to-face and online programs