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  •   Judge Ben Cantrell, Chair of Bethel’s Board of Trustees, presented Bethel Interim President Walter Butler with a Doctor of Humane Letters degree from Bethel during 3 p.m. Commencement services on Saturday, May 10. The degree was awarded to Butler after the board voted to bestow the honor.       A Doctor of Humane Letters is an honorary degree conferred to those who have distinguished themselves in fields such as those of science, religion, literature or government.      “This is truly the most meaningful honor I’ve ever received,” Butler said.
  •   Bethel University held graduation ceremonies May 10 on the school’s McKenzie campus in the Rosemary and Harry Crisp II Arena. Seven hundred two students were spring 2014 graduates while 504 students were graduates from the December 2013 ceremonies that were cancelled due to inclement weather. Three ceremonies were held throughout the day to accommodate the large number of graduates. The following degrees were awarded: Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Master of Arts, Master of Science and Master of Business Administration.      The Honorable Barrett Rich, a Tennessee State Representative, was the Spring 2014 Commencement speaker, while the Rev. Leonard Turner, minister of Union Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Knoxville, Tenn., was the speaker for the rescheduled December 2013 ceremony.    Photos from graduation will be posted to Bethel's Facebook soon. 
  • Bethel’s College of Arts and Sciences held its annual academic awards ceremony on Tuesday, April 22. Those receiving awards were as follows:      Student Marshal Scholarship- Caitlin Runions of Dyersburg & Brittney Guyer of Savannah   Naomi Blanks English Award- C.J. Cassell of Nashville   Humanities Highest GPA award- Devin Lambert of Paris   Humanities Creative Project award- Megan Parker of Jackson   Outstanding Business Student of the Year- Dao Thi Hong Nguyen of Ho Chi Minh   Distinguished Theater Student- Elena Spradlin of McKenzie & Cody Allen of Millington   Kathy Sacks Art Award- Samantha Evans of Paris   Senior Biology Award- Holly Pierce of Jackson   Physics 200 Award- Shelby Evans of Camden, Ramon Padilla of McKenzie & Holly Pierce of Jackson   Senior Psychology Award- Kenisha Dowell of Paris   Sociology Student of the year- Nikki Barnhill of Paris   Human Service Award- Lindsey Johnson of Jackson   Rowe Gene McMahen Service Award- Megan Parker of Jackson   History Award- Ashley Whitworth of Paris & Miranda Ornouski of Pine Grove, CA   Freshman Music Award- Erica Cuevas of Hohenwald   Music Achievement Award- Brad Ray of Selmer   Music Industry Studies Award- Cody Allen of Millington   Outstanding Criminal Justice Student- Katie Pope of Decaturville & David Ivy of Gleason   Fall 2013 Outstanding Student teacher- Joseph Dickinson of Dyer   Spring 2014 Outstanding Student teacher- Emily Maggard of Paris   Servant Leadership Award- Kayla Dyer of Dresden   Cumberland Presbyterian Women’s Ministries Award- Andrea Marulanda of Cali, Colombia   Florence Nightingale Model Student Nurse Award- Dawn Walker of McKenzie   Crucifer Scholarship- Jonah Lusk of Stantonville   Outstanding Tutor Award- Sarriah Johnson of Milan & Juan Hernandez of Madrid   Laddie H. Lollar Academic Award- Landon Hardison of Fairview   Roy and Mary Shelton Teaching Excellence & Campus Leadership Award- Dr. Jon Carlock, Professor of Religion; The Roy and Mary Shelton Teaching Excellence and Campus Leadership Award was established in 1994 to honor a faculty member who has demonstrated outstanding teaching and important leadership in the campus community during the academic year.   NAIA Team Highest GPA Award- Softball   NAIA Male Athlete Award- Jacob Reeves of Cedarhill   NAIA Female Athlete of the Year Award- Katie VanDyke of Puryear   NAIA Coach of the Year Award- Chris Nelson   Club Sport Team Highest GPA Award- Dance   Club Sport Coach of the Year- John Thompson   Sorority& Fraternity of the Year- Lambda Sigma and Phi Delta Sigma   Mr. & Miss. Greek- Mr. Dillon Cottrell of Trimble & Jenna Franklin of Paducah, Ky.   Mr.  & Miss. Bethel- Mr. Tyler West of Goodlettsville & Ms. Brooke Childers of Milan   Student Organization of the Year- Baptist Collegiate Ministry   SGA Service Award- Erin Swindle of Tampa, Fla., & Landon Hardison of Fairview   Staff Member of the Year- Mr. Cliff Bush   Faculty Member of the Year- Dr. Hector Tato, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice    
  • Bethel University Professor Dr. Roger Johnson invited students from his physics lab to his house recently to show his new solar 6.48 kilowatt photovoltaic array and to describe the decisions that were made for its installation.
  •   Bethel’s spring 2014 Commencement will be Saturday, May 10 with two ceremonies beginning at 9 a.m., and noon. Undergraduate candidates will take part in the 9 a.m., ceremony, and Graduate candidates will take part in the noon ceremony. Fall 2013 Commencement that had to be postponed due to inclement weather this past December will also be held Saturday, May 10 at 3 p.m. All three ceremonies will be held in the Rosemary and Harry Crisp II Arena on Wildcat Lane on Bethel’s McKenzie campus.      Tennessee State Representative Barrett Rich will be the Spring 2014 Commencement Speaker. Representative Rich, the son of Gary and Patsy Rich, is a lifelong resident of Fayette County. He had a career in local law enforcement that spanned from Shelby, Fayette and Davidson Counties. After working the road for three years as a Tennessee State Trooper, he served for two and one half years on the governor’s security detail for both Governors Sundquist and Bredesen.  After ten years in law enforcement, Rich left for a business opportunity with Farm Bureau Insurance. Before, seeking office, he founded the Fayette and Hardeman County Young Republicans (which became the largest group of Y.R.’s in the state). Chairman Rich is a graduate of Bethel College and received his Juris Doctorate from the Nashville School of Law. In 2008 he was elected to the Tennessee House of Representatives with a 60% majority of the vote of the 94th District. Once in the chamber, he was chosen by his colleagues to be Freshman Class President and elected to serve as the Republican Assistant Floor Leader.  As a legislator he sponsored bills in the 106th General Assembly that were tough on crime and protected individual and property rights. He served in the 107th General Assembly as the Republican Majority Whip, Vice Chairman of the Government Operations Committee, and member of the Judiciary Committee. As a member of the 108th General Assembly he is Chairman of the Health Sub Committee and a member of the full Health Committee, Criminal Justice Committee, and Ethics Committee. He also serves as a member of the POST Commission (Peace Officer Standards and Training).  Representative Rich was featured by the Memphis Business Journal as one of the “People on the Move,” and he also volunteers in many capacities including roles with Fayette Cares and his role on the Board of the Chamber of Commerce. He also serves on the Pastoral Parish Relations Committee of the First United Methodist Church in Somerville. He has a daughter, Alexis Dunn Rich.            The Rev. Leonard Turner, minister of the Union Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Knoxville, Tenn., the scheduled speaker for Bethel’s Fall 2013 ceremony, will speak at the rescheduled event at 3 p.m.       Seating for each Commencement and processional lineup (for both students and faculty) will be one hour before each scheduled ceremony or as soon as a previous ceremony ends. For more information about Bethel University’s Commencement exercises on May 10, contact Myra Carlock at 731-352-4090 or at carlockm@bethelu.edu.    
  •   Bethel’s Department of Music will present a number of concerts throughout the remainder of April that will showcase various aspects of Bethel’s music program.      On Thursday, April 24, there will be a Chamber Choir concert beginning at 7 p.m., at McKenzie First United Methodist Church on McTyeire Street.      On Friday, April 25, the Department of Music will present a Recital Hour beginning at 3 p.m.,  in the L.J. Turner Recital Hall located in the Marrs-Stockton Music Building.      An April 29 Brass Ensemble concert beginning at 7 p.m., in Odom Lecture Hall will be the final April 2014 event.      All concerts are free and open to the public.      For more information about any of these events, contact Dr. Keith Herris at herrisk@bethelu.edu.      For more information about Bethel University, go to www.bethelu.edu.
  • Bethel Academic Theatre Major students participated in the City Of McKenzie “Echoes of the Past Cemetery Walk” this past weekend.  This is an annual event featuring historic figures of McKenzie who established and molded the city and influenced the surrounding communities.
  • Continuing a tradition that began during the Fall 2012 semester with the Bethel Fitness Pageant, the Bethel University Fitness Society proudly presents the latest fitness competition for Bethel students: the first-ever Bethel Fitness Invitational!      It will take place on Thursday, April 17 at 7 p.m., in the Dickey Fine Arts Building (DFAB) Auditorium.
  •   The Tennessee Supreme Court held court at Bethel on April 10 providing area high school students and Bethel students a unique opportunity to attend a Supreme Court Session in their own community. The event was part of the SCALES (Supreme Court Advancing Legal Education for Students) Project, a Tennessee Supreme Court initiative designed to educate students about the Judicial Branch of government. Through the SCALES Project, students are provided with study materials and classroom instruction in advance so they understand the issues in the cases they will hear and how those cases reached the Supreme Court. Using materials provided by the court, teachers include judicial education in their curricula before and after students attend oral arguments.  

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