As Bethany College, West Virginia’s oldest degree-granting institution, prepares this week to celebrate its 175th anniversary on March 5, resolutions honoring the milestone have been offered in both states that figure in Bethany’s long history.
Bethany College will hold multiple events March 21 and 22 for its inaugural Women and Leadership weekend. These invitation-only events, held in conjunction with Women’s History month, feature nationally recognized speakers and prominent Bethany alumnae, and give female students the opportunity to network and further their leadership aspirations.
Bethany College has received two awards in this year’s national Education Digital Marketing Awards, according to Higher Education Marketing Report. The awards recognize the best educational websites, digital content, electronic communications, mobile media and social media throughout the country.
Bethany College has announced that Stephanie Paulsell will deliver the 60th annual Oreon E. Scott Lectures to be held April 13-14 at Bethany’s Mountainside Conference Center. This year’s lecture series is titled “Lost in the Mystery of God.”
Dr. Jessie Janeshek, Bethany College Assistant Professor of English and Director of Writing Across the Curriculum, is one of 27 faculty members chosen to attend “Slave Narratives,” a Council of Independent Colleges seminar for full-time faculty members in history, English, and related fields. The seminar will be directed by David W. Blight, Professor of American History at Yale University.