Bethel University’s Engineering program prepares students for their future through the engineering & management degree and the 3/2 engineering program.
Engineering and business majors get a firsthand look into Lean Manufacturing and automation using the grant-funded robots in the engineering lab.
Rick Rey ’77 studied Chemistry at Bethel as an international student. Twenty-five years later, he’s giving back in majors ways through a $1 million gift from the foundation he established with his wife, Mely.
Boot camps in cloud computing, funded through the Labs for Industry Futures and Transformation (LIFT) Workforce Accelerator Grant, are focused on equipping the local information technology (IT) community to understand cloud technology, ultimately preparing them to analyze the different advanced cloud options for companies and move toward a career in cloud computing.
Assistant Professor of Biochemistry Rachel Miller ’15, Ph.D., has dedicated her career in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) to follow her main purpose in life: helping others.
In December 2020, the art department, previously based in the art studio across the street from the Everest-Rohrer (ER) Chapel/Fine Arts Center, joined the music and theatre departments in lower-level ER. This union has fostered deeper collaboration between the three departments.
While Jeremy Mann ’18 was still a student at Bethel University, he began thinking of ways he’d like to give back once he graduated. Now, four years into his nursing career, he’s given faithfully and generously and hopes to someday become involved in medical missions with Bethel.
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.
Bethel University’s women’s golf team made program history when they won the NCCAA National Championship in the fall of 2021.
Bethel University’s Baseball Team volunteered with SCORE International, in exchange for a field to practice on, while traveling for a tournament trip.