- Bethel University is proud to recognize its Undergraduate Education Student Teachers for Fall, 2010. Pictured back row left to right are: Angela Holland, a child learning and development major, who will be student teaching at Camden Elementary and Central Middle (Bruceton); Candace Salcido, an exceptional learning and development major, who will be student teaching at Dresden Elementary and Greenfield High School; Jay Gregory, a physical education major, who will be student teaching at Greenfield School and McKenzie High School.
- Bethel Blast, a family-filled event for the community and for Bethel students is this Saturday, Aug. 21.
- Bethel University has donated a substantial amount of surplus scientific equipment to the Healing Hands International organization. Former Bethel student Randy McCadams is shown receiving one of the 41 microscopes given to Healing Hands from Dr.
- One hundred fifty-five students were awarded degrees during Bethel University’s summer 2010 Commencement ceremonies on Saturday, Aug. 7 at the school’s Bouldin Auditorium.
- Student athletes playing fall sports moved into Bethel residence halls on Friday, Aug. 6, and many of them are getting the experience of being the first residents of Bethel's newest dorm -- University Hall.
- The community is invited to Bethel Blast on Saturday, Aug. 21, an event that will kick off Bethel University’s fall 2010 semester, according to President Bob Prosser.
- Bill Dobbins, Chairman of the Bethel University Board of Trustees, has announced that Bethel University has entered into another long term contract with Dr. Robert Prosser to continue as Bethel University’s president.
- Bethel University’s summer 2010 Commencement ceremonies will be this Saturday, Aug. 7, at the school’s McKenzie campus.
- Renovations on Bethel University’s Odom Hall have begun. Prior to the construction of the Ray and Linda Morris Science Complex, Odom Hall had primarily been serving as the location of science and mathematics operations at Bethel.
- Memphis Theological Seminary’s Program of Alternate Studies 2010 Summer Extension School has begun on the Bethel University campus. The Program of Alternate Studies or PAS is a program of the Cumberland Presbyterian denomination administered by Memphis Theological Seminary and intended to provide theological education to persons who are not able to attend a traditional theological seminary.