Volume VII, Number XIV
|An E-News Service of Bethany College||
November 15, 2013
Cram A Van Underway
Anne is a sophomore from Buffalo, N.Y., and is active in a number of organizations and activities. She is Kalon Scholar, Sophomore Class President, Integrated Marketing Assistant for the Communications & Media Arts Department, Program Director of WVBC Radio, Residential Assistant of Cochran Hall, member of Alpha Xi Delta and Associate in the Office of the President.
Children Participate in Free Book Club Event
Bethany Student-Athletes Attend Leadership Forum
The Leadership Forum is one of the largest non-competitive gatherings of NCAA student-athletes representing their colleges and universities. The forum was designed for student-athletes to discuss key issues collectively and provided them with an opportunity to enhance personal awareness and leadership skills needed to positively impact their development at the campus and conference levels, as well as beyond the collegiate realm.
"The NCAA Student-Athlete Leadership Forum is another type of educational setting that helps our student-athletes develop into more effective leaders and gets their thought process in motion which can help them on campus and even after they graduate," said Curtis J. Hollomon, NCAA director of leadership development.
Throughout the Leadership Forum, representatives from NCAA member schools led small group discussions about a variety of topics such as: behavioral styles, branding, social media, decision-making, emotional intelligence and values. This helps the student-athletes become more effective leaders and motivators upon returning to their campuses.
The student-athletes heard from several speakers, including Chris Herren, former NBA player and founder of Hoop Dreams with Chris Herren and The Herren Project, about decision-making. They also heard from Rayna DuBose, a former basketball student-athlete about facing adversity. Additionally, participants listened to keynote speaker Sam Davidson, president and co-founder of Cool People Care, about leadership lessons that he learned at a young age.
To gain a better understanding of the NCAA association-wide and division-specific structures and committees, participants learned from peer representatives on the NCAA National Student-Athlete Advisory Committees as well as NCAA governance staff. During these sessions, participants learned about the NCAA legislative process and discussed current hot topics. To compliment these sessions, a panel discussion will address global leadership and how student-athletes transition from a leader on campus and into the world.
Buffalo Seminary Events Announced
All will be held at the Mountainside Conference Center.
If you have any questions or need further information, please contact Larry Grimes, Director of Church Relations at Bethany College, at 304-559-8213, or e-mail him at email@example.com.
Bethany President Attends Organizational Meetings
Alumnus Receives Lifetime Achievement Award
Alumni Weekend Date Announced
Save the Date! Bethany Announces
Men’s And Women’s Swimming And Diving Both Win At Defiance
Bison Football To Wrap Up 2013 Campaign at Saint Vincent
Grimard/McKenzie Named SAAC Athletes of the Week
Lauber/McKenzie Highlight Five All-PAC Volleyball Selections
James Named PAC Player of the Year; Balde Earns Second Team Selection
Men's Basketball Picked Fourth In PAC Preseason Coaches' Poll
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