"/> Past News: May 2015 | Bethel College, KS
Please consider saving paper, ink, and electricity instead of printing.
Seek. Serve. Grow.

Bethel truly is a place that shapes the person, while allowing each person to help shape Bethel, even if only a small bit.
Adam Robb ’05

Subscribe to RSS

Past Bethel College News: May 2015

Bethel announces spring 2015 Dean’s List, Honor Roll

Bethel College associate registrar Kay Schmidt has announced the names of Bethel students whose spring 2015 semester grades have earned academic distinction.  Read more

Bethel gives faculty awards for distinguished scholarship, teaching

At the end of this school year, Karen Bauman Schlabaugh, professor of music, received the David H. Richert Distinguished Scholar Award, while Dan Quinlin, professor of languages, was the recipient of the 2015 Ralph P. Schrag Distinguished Teaching Award.  Read more

Mennonite Life 2015 issue includes articles on Harding, Yoder

Mennonite Life's 2015 issue includes sections on the late Vincent Harding, a civil rights activist and former Mennonite pastor, and theologian John Howard Yoder, along with a variety of other articles and book reviews.  Read more

National Trails Day on campus will honor trail champion

Walk Sand Creek Trail Day, part of the 23rd annual National Trails Day celebration, will be Sat., June 6, 6 a.m.-8 p.m. on Sand Creek Trail, with a special recognition event for Jake Goering at Memorial Grove at 3 p.m.  Read more

New VP for admissions comes to Bethel from Fresno Pacific University

Andrew Johnson, who recently completed two years as director of undergraduate admissions at Fresno (California) Pacific University, will become Bethel vice president for admissions starting July 13.  Read more

Bethel C. Henry Smith winner: How labeling harms peacemaking

Jacob Miller placed first and Jesse Voth-Gaeddert second in the Bethel section of the C. Henry Smith Peace Oration contest, held in late April.  Read more

Epp gives graduates ideas for building lives from their college foundation

Former Bethel President E. LaVerne Epp, Lawrence, addressed the 95 members of the Bethel Class of 2015 at commencement ceremonies Sunday, May 17, in Thresher Stadium.  Read more

Museum racing forward with special exhibit

"Sorting Out Race: Racial Identity and Stereotypes in Thrift Store Donations" closes Sun., May 24, with a program by exhibit collaborators Annette LeZotte and Rachel Pannabecker, 3 p.m. at the museum.  Read more

Final gallery exhibit of the year features two senior art majors

Paintings by Jessie Pohl and Tiana Williams are on display in the Regier Gallery through May 17, with the artist reception Fri., May 15, 7-9 p.m. outside the gallery in Luyken Fine Arts Center.  Read more

Open Road to give Mother’s Day concert

The Open Road year-ending concert is Sunday, May 10, at 7 p.m. in Memorial Hall.  Read more

Woven’s final concert of year to feature guests for Woven Road

Woven's year-ending concert is Friday, May 8, at 7 p.m. in Mem Hall and will include the men's ensemble Open Road for three numbers.  Read more

Kauffman Museum summer camps offer old favorites and new adventures

Uncle Carl's Camps at Kauffman Museum run in one-week sessions starting June 1, for children ranging in age from preschool to high school.  Read more

Julie Wedel Martens to give senior piano recital

Julie Wedel Martens' senior piano recital is Tues., May 5, at 7 p.m. in the Ad Building chapel, featuring works by Mozart, Grieg, Debussy and Khachaturian.  Read more

Search Bethel College News