- 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.
- Bethel University’s College of Liberal Arts will hold the third of a series of early registration sessions for the fall 2010 semester this Saturday, July 17. A final early registration will also take place on Thursday, August 5.
- Bethel University’s annual summer reading program concluded on Tuesday, June 29 with a showing of the movie, “Finding Nemo,” and with an ice cream sundae party. This year’s theme was “Make a Splash” with much of the activities being centered around an undersea theme.
- Bethel University baseball player Johnathan Deberry was drafted in the 34th round of the Major League Baseball draft Wednesday. The outfielder was drafted by the San Francisco Giants.
- The Office of Admission for Bethel University's College of Liberal Arts hosted its second early registration for the fall 2010 semester on Thursday, June 24. Here, the admissions staff directs a student to the next registration station.
- Bethel University's Bass Fishing Team has been featured in the New York Times. Click here for more information.
- Raeleen Burke (right) served as Bethel University’s representative at the Tennessee Education Association (TEA) conference in Nashville on June 4 and 5 and will also represent the school at the National Education Association conference in New Orleans later this month. Burke, who is a Huntingdon High School graduate, is majoring in elementary education at Bethel.
- Bethel University's College of Liberal Arts announced 2010 awards in a ceremony recently. Click here to see honorees.
- Several spring 2010 Bethel University graduates were recognized recently with 2010 Graduate Education awards. Pictured l to r front row are: Karlene Cheatham, a Special Acknowledgement Certificate in Higher Education; Dr.
- Bethel University’s annual summer reading program held its second session on Tuesday, June 8. Here, Faith Corbin of McKenzie took part in helping to imagine the group’s own children’s story.