- 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.
- 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.