Bethany College President Scott D. Miller presented one faculty member and one staff member with the President’s Awards for Excellence in Performance during the College’s Honors Day Convocation April 17. The awards, which are given to those who go “beyond the ordinary in their everyday positions,” were given to Heather Taylor, Coordinator of the Writing Center and Learning Specialist, and Dr. Harald Menz, Professor of World Languages and Cultures, Co-Chair of the Department of Humanities, Director of Interdisciplinary Studies and Director of International Studies, Miller announced.
Bethany College awarded many of its exemplary students with a variety of college-wide and departmental awards on April 17 during its annual Honors Day celebration. The recipients, selected based on their demonstration of outstanding scholarship and other contributions to the College, were presented with awards during the Honors Day Convocation held in Commencement Hall in Bethany’s historic Old Main.
Janeen Driscoll, a 1992 Bethany College graduate and public relations director for the United States Golf Association, will address the women of Bethany College’s graduating class at the 67th Darline Nicholson May Morning Breakfast. The annual event will take place Saturday, May 3 at 9:30 a.m. in the Ogden Dining Hall of Benedum Commons as part of the College’s Alumni Weekend 2014.
Elizabeth (Beth) Sweeney Athol, a 1982 Bethany College graduate and Pittsburgh attorney, has been named Alumna of the, according to Dr. Scott D. Miller, President of the College. She will be honored at the Alumni Weekend Awards Dinner in Commencement Hall on May 3.