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Linhart Contributes to Global Youth Ministry Resources

Terry Linhart, Ph.D., professor of youth ministry and chair of the department of religion and philosophy, continues to be sought out across the globe for his youth ministry expertise.

Bethel Participates in Indiana’s Private College Week

Bethel College will be one of 31 schools participating in this year’s Indiana Private College Week, which will take place July 21-25. Bethel will host tours Monday through Friday at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.

Campus Recovers after Powerful Storm

A storm with high winds blew through Michiana in the early hours of the morning on Tuesday, July 1, causing a variety of destruction across Bethel’s campus.

Visker Begins Tenure as Athletic Director for Bethel College Pilots

Tom Visker, Ph.D., recently began his tenure as athletic director for the Bethel College Pilots, transitioning from his previous role as professor of kinesiology and dean of humanities and education.

Bethel College Announces Dean’s List

Bethel College announces the 2014 spring semester Dean’s List. Eligibility for the Dean’s List requires a 3.50 GPA with 12 or more semester hours.

Bethel Professor Appointed as Research Associate at Notre Dame’s Kroc Institute

John Haas, Ph.D., associate professor of history at Bethel College, has been appointed as a research associate at the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies at the University of Notre Dame, one of the world's leading centers for the study of the causes of violent conflict and strategies for sustainable peace.

Bethel Participates in Private College Tour Program

Bethel will host a group of 54 high school guidance counselors on Tuesday, June 17 as part of the Independent Colleges of Indiana Tour Program. Other local colleges participating are Holy Cross College, Saint Mary’s College and the University of Notre Dame.

Bethel Recognizes Great Contributions by Local Leaders

Award Recipients include Father Ted Hesburgh, Senator Carlin Yoder and Paul Zercher, honored for their contributions in education, government and business.

Bethel Launches Career Services Center for Adult Students

Bethel College announces the launch of a career services office designed specifically to meet the needs of adult students. Development of the office is one of several initiatives resulting from the $900,000 Lilly Grant received by Bethel in November 2013.

Summer Camps Encourage Kids to Explore Academics

Bethel will offer its annual academic camps, which provide campers from ages 11-14 with the opportunity to explore their interests with college professors, instructors and leaders who channel their knowledge into a fun, hands-on college learning experience. Make new friends and explore with us!