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Bethel Receives Kern Fellowship Grant: Starts New Program

Bethel College’s religion and philosophy department recently received a $437,500 grant from the Kern Family Foundation to transform and enhance Bethel’s theological education. In the fall of 2012, the college will add a new program — the Master of Christian Ministries degree.

Ministerial graduates typically enter into pastoral vocations, which is traditionally an underpaid…

Bethel Breaks Ground for Bookstore and Coffeehouse Expansion

Bethel College held a groundbreaking ceremony for the expansion of the Bethel Bookstore, which will also include the school’s coffeehouse, Sufficient Grounds. The event took place on Wednesday, May 16 on the south side of the bookstore’s current campus location.

“This came out of a desire to bring together the functions of the coffeehouse and bookstore,” says Ed Bernhard, Bethel’s director…

Professor Receives Grant to Explore the Nature of Forgiveness

Cristian Mihut, an assistant professor of philosophy at Bethel College, recently received a $43,500 research grant funded by the John Templeton Foundation on behalf of The Character Project at Wake Forest University. Mihut submitted his proposal under the Theology of Character competition entitled "New Frontiers in the Theology of Character.”

Mihut’s research topic focuses on theological…

Bethel to Host Fellowship of Christian Athletes Luncheon

More than 100 local businessmen will attend a fundraising luncheon for the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) on Thursday, May 10 from noon to 1:30 p.m. Former Notre Dame basketball player Luke Zeller will be the main speaker at the event, which will be held in the Everest-Rohrer Fine Arts Chapel – Rotunda

The event was organized by Bethel’s Tony Natali, the men’s assistant…

Bethel Hosts "Summer Institute for Teachers"

Bethel College will offer “Summer Institute for Teachers” on June 11, 12 and 13 in the Miller-Moore Academic Center, Room AC 342. Those participating in the three-day learning experience can earn up to 18 professional growth points (PGPs) or three graduate credits. Registration will be limited to the first 125 participants per session.

Topics include:

  • “Common…

Bethel Professors and Alumni Contribute to Book Project

Four Bethel College professors and alumni recently collaborated on a book project, “The Activist Impulse: Essays on the Intersection of Evangelicalism and Anabaptism,” which was released earlier this month by Pickwick Publications. Contributors include Associate Professor of Religion and Philosophy Tim Erdel, Ph.D., Instructor of Writing Joel Boehner (’05) and former adjunct instructors…

Bethel to Host Fifth Annual SBCSC's Adult GED Graduation Ceremony

About 160 adults will receive their GED diploma from the South Bend Community School Corporation’s Adult Education Testing Center. Commencement will be held April 30 at 7 p.m. at Bethel College’s Wiekamp Athletic Center inside Gates Gymnasium. Doors open at 6 p.m.

This ceremony will honor adults who have successfully passed the GED Test at the GED Testing Center during the past 12 months.…

Nontraditional Programs Adds Criminal Justice Degree Completion Program

Bethel College’s nontraditional programs is now accepting applications for adult students interested in a bachelor of science in criminal justice as a degree completion program. This is just on the heels of the nontraditional programs’ recently launched online program last month.

“Of the traditional programs we get asked about on the nontraditional side, criminal justice…

Bethel Encourages Kids to "Jump In" to Academic Camps

Bethel will offer its fifth annual Academic Camps, which provide campers, from ages 7-17, with the opportunity to explore the vast world of academics. Taught by Bethel professors, along with students and staff, the camps will run during the months of June and July. The cost per camper is $125, with the exceptions of the ceramics and youth gospel choir camps.

Campers who successfully complete…

Pychology Professor to Address Michiana Human Resource, Training and Learning Professionals

Bethel College’s Norm Spivey, Ph.D., professor of psychology, will speak on “Learning and Memory: Theory and Application” during a Michiana ASTD (American Society of Trainers and Developers) luncheon on Thursday, April 26. The meeting is located at the Riverside Terrace, 426 Lincolnway East, Mishawaka, Ind.  Registration, networking and lunch starts at 11:30 a.m. The program and discussion will…

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