Matt Iseman – host of “American Ninja Warrior,” comedian and licensed physician – will make an appearance at Bethany College Nov. 3 at 8 p.m. Iseman will discuss how he transitioned from a career in medicine to one in comedy. The event, which is free and open to the public, will be held in Wailes Theatre.
Bethany alumni David Egan ’79 and Jim Rice ’83 have been named to the College’s Communications and Media Arts Wall of Fame, according to M.E. Yancosek Gamble, Chair of the Department of Business, Communications and Media Arts.
Bethany College is one of just 98 colleges and universities nationwide to be named to the 2014 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for its leadership in developing programs in interfaith and community service.
Bethany College recognized Greg and Ellen Trebilcock Jordan, both 1981 Bethany graduates, with the dedication of Jordan Hall during a dedication ceremony on campus Oct. 11. The building is one of four modern suite style residence halls in the Campbell Village complex.
Bethany President Dr. Scott D. Miller attended the 11th annual CIC/New York Times Partnership’s Presidents Council meeting on Monday at The New York Times offices in New York City.
Twenty-five Bethany College student leaders visited New York City this week, where they experienced the New York Stock Exchange and learned about what it takes to build a career on Wall Street. The trip was made possible through the support of Dr. Robert McCann, a 1980 Bethany graduate and CEO of UBS Group Americas, a global wealth-management company. Dr. McCann, vice chair of the Bethany Board of Trustees, hosted the group during their stay.