When a small film company contacted Jacque (Boone ’01) Miller and her husband Ben, director of Urban Faith Works (UFW) in Gary, Ind., they had no idea what they were in for!
College life teaches home school grad Aaron Denlinger (’12) about independence, decision-making and laundry skills.
Bethel College Associate Professor in Art, Suzanne Mauro, debuted her installation of “The Flower Girls” on Nov. 18, 2010 in the Weaver Gallery.
Rob Myers, Ph.D., recently changed up his role at Bethel College. In addition to serving as a math professor, he has assumed the position of dean of the division of science.
After six years of service, Mark Lantz said goodbye to his role as athletic director at Bethel College, but that doesn’t mean he’s saying goodbye to the family he has made here.
Twenty-one years ago Josh Lukas (’12) almost lost his life, but thanks to a neonatologist at the Packard Children’s Hospita at Stanford, Lukas is now a healthy and active junior balancing studies in biology, chemistry and piano at Bethel College.
Holly Birkey (’08) talks about a typical day of teaching in South Korea, what she learned and what she missing about Bethel.
Working on Cancer Research – See what Assistant Professor of Biochemistry Lynne Cary, Ph.D. and her Undergraduate Research Group have found.
A first class alumna reflects on her Bethel experience.
Meet Kathy Gribbin Ph.D. (’76) – Bethel’s new vice president has a vision for the Life Calling and Student Enrichment Center.