Bethany College awarded many of its exemplary students with a variety of college-wide and departmental awards on Thursday, April 20, during its annual Honors Day Convocation. The recipients, selected based on their demonstration of outstanding scholarship and other contributions to the College, were presented with awards during the Honors Day Convocation held in Commencement Hall in Bethany’s historic Old Main.
Bethany College has awarded four incoming freshman with the Presidential Scholarship. These academically talented high school seniors will be awarded a full tuition scholarship to reward their outstanding achievements. These students include Carlyn Amon of McKees Rocks, Pennsylvania; Riley Meyers of DuBois, Pennsylvania; Kennedy Quillen of Vienna, West Virginia; and Jenna Scott of New Castle, Indiana.
The Bethany College Theatre program will present Derek Webb’s dark comedy, Calling Time. Directed by Luke Hardt, Associate Professor of Theatre and Director of the Bethany College Theatre, evening performances begin at 8 p.m. on April 6-8, along with a 2 p.m. matinee on April 9 in Wailes Theatre.
The Bethany College 2017 Senior Art Show is now open in the College’s Renner Art Gallery. The exhibit, which features the work of Darrian Bruster, Trace Butler, Willett Farkas-Worthy, Kevin Phelps and Ashley Worst, will be available until April 8.
Bethany College will hold multiple events March 24 and 25 for its Third Annual Ann Wilkin Trombadore Women and Leadership Weekend. These invitation-only events feature nationally recognized speakers and prominent Bethany alumnae, and give current female students the opportunity to network and further their leadership aspirations.
Bethany College President Dr. Tamara Rodenberg has announced that Dr. Joseph Lane has been appointed provost at Bethany College. He will start in his new role on July 1, 2017.