- Bethel University’s Department of Nursing and Division of Human Services hosted a poverty simulation where students were given the opportunity to assume life situations of individuals living at the poverty level. Students were given specific situations and varying amounts of income and had to “make things work” the best they could with the resources they had.
- Bethel University’s Education Department hosted the fifth grade classes from East Elementary School in Humboldt recently. More than 100 fifth graders arrived on the school’s McKenzie campus and were greeted by education majors who gave guided tours of the Bethel campus.
- Bethel University’s College of Liberal Arts welcomed 17 area guidance counselors to campus recently for their annual Guidance Counselors’ Retreat. The group visited with the Bethel University Admissions staff and with key personnel involved in student admissions.
- Bethel University’s Dobbins Lecture Series has been moved to the Bethel Performing Arts Center across from City Hall in McKenzie to accommodate the large number of those who have shown interest in attending the event. Dr.
- Conductor Jack, a master musician and innovative educator, who has devoted his career to entertaining preschool and elementary age children around the world, visited Bethel on Thursday, Sept. 16, for a workshop especially geared toward early childhood education.
- Bethel's Renaissance Quartet was invited to the 2010 National Quartet Convention to be on the Artist Showcase, a concert that features up and coming groups that have made a mark on the industry in the past year. Last year, the group bested more than 40 other groups to claim first place in the convention's annual talent competition.
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- Judge John Everett Williams, a judge on the Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals, will be the guest speaker at Bethel University on Friday, Sept. 17 as part of the school’s celebration of Constitution Day.
- Potential students can get a good idea of what Bethel University is all about Tuesday, Oct. 5, by attending the first of the school’s Preview Days this year.
- 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.