- Bethel University’s College of Liberal Arts is proud to recognize its spring 2010 student teachers. Students include front row l to r: Kinsey Sudhoff, a child learning and development major, who will be student teaching at McKenzie Elementary and West Carroll Elementary; Wendy Morton, an exceptional learning and development major, who will be student teaching at Paris Elementary and McKenzie Middle; Whitney Taylor, a child learning and development major, who will be student teaching at Central Elementary/Bruceton and Henry Elementary; Jessica Montoya, a music/vocal major, who will be student teaching at Milan Elementary and Henry Co.
- Bethel University’s Renaissance Theatre will present John Patrick’s play, “The Curious Savage,” January 28-31 at the Bethel Performing Arts Center in McKenzie. “The Curious Savage” is a comedic play about Ethel P.
- Bethel University’s Burroughs Learning Center (the school’s library) will host a discussion of Thornton Wilder’s “Our Town” and “the Bridge of San Luis Rey” this Thursday, Jan. 21 at 5:30 p.m.
- This week, 30 students from across the country began their journey through Bethel University's physician assistant studies program. The Bethel University Physician Assistant Program will confer a master of science degree in physician assistant studies upon completion of the 27-month educational program.
- Four Bethel University students recently represented Bethel at a Mock General Assembly conducted by the Tennessee Intercollegiate State Legislature (TISL). Representing Bethel were Brittany Presson of Hendersonville, Sasha Roark of Henning, Oscar Starks of Jackson, and Jordan Donegan of Antioch.
- Spring 2010 traditional undergraduate and graduate classes began at Bethel University on Monday. Here, Bethel Bookstore assistant Brittney Wixan (left) of McKenzie helps students Melissa Estep of Atwood and Alex Torres of Gleason with their books.
- Four states were represented at a recent Bethel University Preview Day at the McKenzie campus. Students from Tennessee, Mississippi, Alabama and Kentucky visited campus to take part in tours, to sit in on a class and to talk with representatives and students about the Bethel experience.
- Potential students can get a good idea of what Bethel University is all about Saturday, Jan. 23, by attending an open house event on the McKenzie campus.
- Eight individuals make up the first student teacher group of Bethel under its university status. Each individual has spent time in recent months completing student teacher requirements.
- Bethel University student Randall Williams of Dresden has landed one of the 28 legislative internships that are part of the Spring 2010 Tennessee Legislative Internship Program. According to Heather Stone, Bethel’s student development counselor, Williams began his bid for one of these esteemed positions earlier this fall by completing the application process.