Volume VI, Number IX
|An E-News Service of Bethany College||
October 12, 2012
Bethany College to Hold Fifth-Annual Fall Symposium
Dr. Miller also attended the Conversation between Foundation Officers and College and University Presidents at the TIAA-CREF headquarters. The program is sponsored by the CIC. Approximately 80 presidents and 20 foundation leaders attended the discussion.
Buckelew Endowed Fund Established During Homecoming Weekend
Professor Buckelew served Bethany College for 43 years before retiring. His achievements include earning the Brandon Award as “National Fraternity Advisor of the Year” for Phi Kappa Tau; being named a finalist for “Professor of the Year” by the Faculty Merit Foundation of West Virginia; earning “Conservationist of the Year” honors by the West Virginia Wildlife Federation, and so much more. He is the author of two books and numerous articles, abstracts, and reviews, and has edited The Redstart Journal of Wheeling’s Brooks Bird Club.
Members of the Bado family have graduated from Bethany across five decades since the 1950s. Their campus activities, notably within the Greek community, have been indicative of their love for Alma Mater, their willingness to serve, and their generous spirit as Bethanians. They have also excelled beyond our campus as professionals in a variety of fields including education and business.
George Walter Bado ’50 was a member of Phi Kappa Tau; Sally Schreiver Bado ’50 was a member of Zeta Tau Alpha; George McKenzie Bado ’77 was a member of Phi Kappa Tau; Angela Ryder Bado ’77 was a member of Phi Mu; Mark Alan Bado ’87 was a member of Beta Theta Pi; and Matthew Schreiver Bado ’01 was a member of Sigma Nu.
Brand New Ault Football Suite Dedicated During Homecoming Weekend
The renovations within the new football suite include: the wood paneled walls have been replaced with new sheetrock and paint; an upgraded, expanded and replaced electrical service and internet connectivity and networking; all new video projection units; new, branded whiteboards; new, matching furniture including branded seating; upgraded digital editing software and hardware for practice and game film; and branded wall decorations.
Ault joined Bethany in 1972 as an assistant under Bob Goin before being named head coach in 1973 when he guided the Bison team for nine seasons until 1981. During that time, he compiled a record of 43-35-2, the third-most coaching wins in Bethany history. He also led the team to two PAC championships in 1975 and 1980. His 1980 squad was the only teams to go undefeated and untied during the regular season and earn a bid to the NCAA Playoffs.The entire project was funded through private donations, most of which were done by alumni who had played for Coach Ault.
Contributed by Katherine Shelek-Furbee
Visual and Performing Arts
The launch has been in the works for about two years and marks the firm’s fourth office in Asia after Hong Kong, Beijing and Shanghai. Jordan said the firm will have a tailored focus in Singapore and will concentrate on its trading and commodities practice, shipping and international arbitration.
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Bowers ’73 Receives Junior Hockey Award
Homecoming 2012 Photos
Own a Piece of Bethany History
Atlanta Alumni Event
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Bethany Suffers 3-0 Defeat to Visiting Geneva
Bethany Aiming to Knock Off PAC Leader Waynesburg Saturday
James’ Late Goal Propels Bison to 3-2 Win over Geneva
Bethany’s Grimard & Amic Honored by PAC
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