Bethany College senior Anne Taylor of Buffalo, New York, received $2,000 after uploading a picture of herself volunteering at an event for children and teenagers with Down syndrome. As a winner of the National Student Day 2014 Contest, which was presented by the National Association of College Stores, Anne has received $1,000 for to use as she wishes, and $1,000 to go a charity of her choice.
Bethany alumni from San Diego to San Francisco visited with the College’s president and senior vice president during the annual California Alumni Caravan this week.
Dr. Scott D. Miller, President of Bethany College, was a speaker/panelist on higher education employment trends and issues at the annual meeting of The Registry of College and University Presidents in San Diego Saturday.
Bethany College’s American Chemical Society student chapter was recently recognized with a Commendable Award by the Society Committee on Education for its activities held during the 2013-14 academic year.
To raise awareness about the critical need to provide every child with a quality education, Bethany College will hold a number of activities as part of the National Education Association's 93rd annual American Education Week celebration, Nov. 17 - 21.
The fourth annual Kalon Leadership Academy at Bethany was convened on Saturday. The theme of the day-long event was “Tools for Your Leadership Toolbox.” Attending were student leaders from across the campus who wished to enhance their skills as present and future effective leaders.
Bethany College will hold its fourth annual Light Up Night and Charity Christmas Tree Auction Thursday, Dec. 4 at 6:30 p.m. in Commencement Hall. The evening begins with the official lighting of the tree, and includes a charity tree and wreath auction.
Bethany College President Scott D. Miller welcomed the Youngstown, Ohio, area as the newest alumni group during a reception at the Tippecanoe Country Club in Canfield Wednesday night.
Dr. Miller noted that the Youngstown area is the 19th alumni and friends organization from throughout the United States. The event was hosted by James Greene ’63.
Gift grades for athletes, painkiller abuse, and denial of injuries. These might sound like recent headlines from the sports media, but Bethany College Theatre’s upcoming production of Bill C. Davis’ 1985 play, “Dancing in the End Zone” tackles all these issues and more.
Two treasured paintings from the Bethany College art collection are featured in a special exhibition devoted to the works of Edward Troye at the National Sporting Library & Museum in Middleburg, Virginia, through March 29.
Matt Iseman – host of “American Ninja Warrior,” comedian and licensed physician – made an appearance at Bethany College Nov. 3 at 8 p.m. Iseman discussed how he transitioned from a career in medicine to one in comedy. The event, which was free and open to the public, was held in Wailes Theatre.
Bethany College President Dr. Scott D. Miller addressed student life administrators from around the state at the 2014 West Virginia Association of Student Personnel Administrators Conference held at Wheeling’s Oglebay Resort Thursday.
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.
The Bethany College Chapter of the Society for Collegiate Journalists (SCJ) received the prestigious Edward E. McDonald Award as the organization’s National Chapter of the Year at the annual Awards Dinner/Ceremony on Friday night.
Bethany College offers students the best of all possible worlds, President Scott D. Miller told prospective students and their parents who filled Commencement Hall Saturday morning for Green and White Day.
Dr. Larry Grimes, Bethany’s Director of Church Relations, Dean of Buffalo Seminary and Professor of English Emeritus, will be the inaugural speaker for the Larry E. Grimes Lecture Series during Homecoming weekend.
Bethany College will host a workshop on Japanese tea culture on Tuesday, Oct. 14, featuring Baisa School Sencha tea masters Fumiyo Iwadachi and Ami Nishiyama.
Bethany College President Scott D. Miller welcomed Charlotte, North Carolina, as the newest alumni group during a reception/dinner at Dressler’s Restaurant Tuesday night.
Bethany College’s president will be a featured speaker/panelist at a national forum addressing the future of American higher education in Cincinnati on October 17.
Dave Egan, Chief Marketing Officer at Reed Smith LLP, will give the keynote address at this year’s John Keresty Lecture in Journalism on Wednesday, Oct. 1, at 6 p.m. in Commencement Hall. Egan, who graduated from Bethany in 1979 with a bachelor’s degree in communications, will discuss how technology has changed the world of public relations and media.
As a part of Family Weekend, Bethany College President Scott D. Miller hosted his 7th Annual President’s Roundtable for parents and family of currently enrolled students in the Academic Parlour of Old Main.
Bethany College’s Washington, D.C.-area alumni and friends enjoyed an evening of the arts, food and fellowship, hosted by Booz Allen Hamilton and Grant McLaughlin (’91). The evening opened with a guided tour of the Degas/Cassatt Exhibition at The National Gallery of Art followed by a reception at The Source on Pennsylvania Avenue.
Bethany President Dr. Scott D. Miller spoke to the College’s Alumni Council Board of Directors Saturday, commenting that despite a "volatile, highly competitive marketplace," West Virginia's oldest degree-granting institution is poised for a “bright future because of our golden past.” Dr. Miller’s comments came at a breakfast he hosted at the President’s Residence, Christman Manor at Pendleton Heights.
Bethany College will host the Society of Collegiate Journalists Biennial Conference Thursday, Oct. 2, to Saturday, Oct. 4. The conference is held in conjunction with Communications Week 54, the annual celebration in the Communications and Media Arts Department.
Bethany College sophomore Brittany Fullbright received the Richard B. Kenney Freshman Leadership Award for the 2013-14 school year during Fall Convocation held in Commencement Hall Thursday, Sept. 11.
Dr. Linda Lewis, Professor of Neurology at Columbia University Medical Center, addressed a packed Commencement Hall during Bethany College’s Fall Convocation on Thursday, Sept. 11. The Convocation celebrated the opening of the College’s 2014-15 academic year, which begins the year-long celebration of the College’s 175th anniversary.
Dr. Gary H. Kappel, a history professor at Bethany College, has been named the recipient of The John R. Taylor Award in the Liberal Arts at the College, according to Bethany President Dr. Scott D. Miller.
For the ninth year, Bethany College President Dr. Scott D. Miller will head Presidential Perspectives, a national thought leadership series for college and university presidents.
Dr. Linda Lewis, Professor of Neurology at Columbia University Medical Center, has been announced as the speaker for Bethany College’s Fall Convocation on Thursday, Sept. 11, according to Dr. Scott D. Miller, President of the College. The Convocation will celebrate the opening of the College’s 2014-15 academic year, which begins the year-long celebration of the College’s 175th anniversary.
Dr. Scott Miller’s prowess on social media has become legendary: Bethany’s president is on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram, LinkedIn and Flickr.
Bethany College’s Office of International Studies has broadened its reach with a new affiliation agreement with Webster University’s “Webster International Network School,” according to Dr. Scott D. Miller, Bethany College President.
Bethany College opened the new academic year Monday with an academically talented and diverse incoming class, according to Dr. Scott D. Miller, President of the College.
Bethany College’s Invited Alumni Art Exhibition 2014, “PICTURES & POETRY,” will be held September 8 to October 16 in Renner Art Gallery.
Bethany College is one of the best colleges in the Southeast, according to The Princeton Review. The nationally known education services company recommends the school as one of 139 institutions in 12 Southeastern states it names to its "Best in the Southeast" list for 2015. The list is part of the company's website feature, "2015 Best Colleges: Region by Region," which is posted on PrincetonReview.com.
Bethany College’s acclaimed Service Learning Center reported over 26,000 service hours completed during the previous 2013-14 academic year, according to Dr. Scott D. Miller, President of the College.
Eleven members of the Bethany College faculty have been named academic department chairs for 2014-15, according to Dr. Scott D. Miller, President of the College.
Bethany College marked the start of the 2014-15 academic year with a formal Matriculation Convocation August 22 in the Fred H. Tilock Amphitheatre at the Pennington Quadrangle in the heart of the historic campus.
An aggressive and inclusive community, academic and sporting schedule has been announced by Bethany Broadcasting Network for this fall’s webcasts.
Bethany College President Dr. Scott D. Miller told Pittsburgh area alumni and friends gathered at the Pirates Tour Theatre Tuesday night that despite a "volatile, highly competitive marketplace," West Virginia's oldest degree granting institution is poised for a bright future.
Bethany College President Dr. Scott D. Miller discussed “where we’ve been, the challenges and opportunities confronting us today, and our plans for the future” during his annual State of the College address Aug. 19 to faculty and staff in Commencement Hall.
Seventy-one students from Bethany College spent their summer on campus working a variety of jobs to help fund their education. They were recognized for their hard work at a picnic Thursday, August 14, at Christman Manor at Pendleton Heights, the historic home of Bethany President Scott D. Miller.
A seminar on creating local church videos will be held at Bethany College’s Buffalo Seminary September 12-13. The course will focus on both what to include in the videos, as well as how to create them using computer programs.
Bethany College, West Virginia’s oldest degree-granting institution, begins its academic year in late August with a wide variety of events planned throughout the year, Bethany’s 175th anniversary.
Dr. Scott D. Miller, President of Bethany College, is the co-executive editor of the eighth volume of “Presidential Perspectives,” a thought-provoking leadership series authored by college and university presidents to be published as a book next month.
Officials at Bethany College announced today that “Transformation Now!: The Campaign for Bethany College” has reached the $47 million mark in gifts and pledges.