In this issue of Bethel magazine, we reflect on the service of Bethel’s seventh president, Gregg A. Chenoweth, Ph.D., and first lady, Tammy (2013-2021). Here is a look at some of the many ways they were impacted by and left their mark on the Bethel community.
The show goes on amid the COVID-19 pandemic through the magic of green screen.
In Bethel University’s GROW campaign, the “W” option allows donors to give “Where your heart is.” This couldn’t be a more appropriate sentiment for Ramona Little ’72. Her gift to the Lehman Family Training Center was in the form of treadmills, something that speaks to a personal experience that took place while she was a student. It was a turn of events that shaped her life.
The Kinesiology Wall of Fame honors graduates who have gone on to pursue advanced degrees while inspiring future students to aim high in their career pursuits.
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.
BU Women’s Volleyball wins NCCAA Division I National Championship, amid a pandemic.
Our Religion & Philosophy professors share reflections and laments during this season of expectant waiting.
Bethel nurses bravely serve as the hands and feet of Christ for patients during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A graduate of Bethel’s 4/1 International Health/M.P.H. Program shares how COVID-19 has impacted his reasearch.
The Van and Jean Gates Welcome Center provides a space for prospective students to envision where their Bethel degree might take them.