- 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.
- The Rev. Dr.
- 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.
- Opening Convocation, a worship service initiating the beginning of a new school year, was held for Bethel's College of Liberal Arts on Tuesday, Aug. 31.
- Stephanie R. Owen of Lexington, Tenn., and Billy Black of Bartlett, Tenn., were named the 2010-2011 Hutchins Scholars at Bethel during the school's fall 2010 Opening Convocation ceremonies.
- Bethel University has named the VIP suite at Wildcat Football Stadium in honor of former student and longtime Bethel supporter Kermit Holland of McKenzie, according to President Bob Prosser. A dedication and dinner were held to honor Holland on Thursday evening, Aug.
- Fall 2010 traditional undergraduate classes began at Bethel University on Monday, Aug. 23 with many students for the first time enjoying the recently built Ray and Linda Morris Science Complex.