Navy Chaplain Lieutenant Commander Keith Madison Carter ‘07 is determined to be a bearer of God’s presence, whether at sea, with teams in combat, in busy office spaces or on helicopter flight decks.
As Bethel University’s Director of Online Education, Dale Dan, Ed.D., is focused on ensuring that the vision, mission, values and quality of Bethel’s traditional learning are mirrored well online.
Cassy White ’17, director of health equity, epidemiology and data at the St. Joseph County Department of Health in South Bend, Ind., plays an important role in the fight against COVID-19. She is a graduate of Bethel’s 4+1 International Health/Master of Public Health (MPH) program, which enabled her to earn a bachelor’s degree in international health from Bethel University and an MPH from Indiana Wesleyan University in just five years.
Arielle Grant ’16 celebrates the inherent worth of black women by publishing a picture book and opening a communal wellness space.
In January 2020, senior Stephen White made Bethel history when he won the Musical Theatre Intensive (MTI) at the Region 3 Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF).
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Bethel, Associate Professor of Biology Katie Weakland, Ph.D., has dedicated herself to seeing revival.
On Nov. 22, 2019, senior Emma Jankowski became the first NAIA All-American in the history of Bethel’s Cross Country program.
The Bethel University Women’s Soccer Team recently traveled on a task force trip to Zona 18 of Guatemala City.