Slated to open in the fall of 2016, Bethany College has announced a new 1,700 square foot Career & Professional Development Center which will be located in Morlan Hall. The Center will provide a comprehensive program of resources to help Bethany students and alumni utilize their liberal arts education to optimize their employment opportunities.
Dr. Holly Hillgardner, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies, has authored a new book, titled “Longing and Letting Go: Hindu and Christian Practices of Passionate Non-attachment.”
Bethany College has announced the President’s List and the Dean’s list for the spring semester of the 2015-16 school year.
Bethany College’s Dr. Elizabeth Hull has been selected by the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) to participate in a special week-long seminar on Teaching Pre-Modern European Art in Context. The seminar will be hosted at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta, Georgia, and runs from June 20-24.
Valedictorian Dakota Maravelis of Berkeley Springs, West Virginia, who completed his “perfect” college career as a double major in Political Science and Economics, was recognized during Bethany College’s 2016 Commencement ceremony on May 14. Dr. Katrina L. D’Aquin, Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of Faculty, presented Maravelis with the College’s prestigious Oreon E. Scott Award, which is given annually to the senior graduating with the highest academic standing.
Retired Admiral Jonathan W. Greenert, former Chief of Naval Operations, addressed Bethany College’s 2016 graduating class as part of the institution’s 176th Anniversary Commencement Weekend. Greenert delivered his remarks, “What distinguishes us?” to Bethany’s 136 graduates on May 14 in the Hummel Field House.