Bringing the World to Bethany
With the holidays nearing, I find myself taking time to reflect on the many blessings that abound at Bethany College. Our students succeed on so many levels here, including as servant-leaders and catalysts for change. Our faculty encourage creative thinking in and outside the classroom, and we attract scholars of international prominence to our campus.
I recently had the chance to talk with our newest Fulbright Scholars, and the conversation has only reinforced how critical global engagement is to our students’ growth and understanding. Aya El-Shafei, of Egypt, Chu-Yun Hsueh, of Taiwan, and Léa Serres, of France, who are teaching language courses in Arabic, Chinese, and French, respectively, are helping students see the world through new and differing lenses, and I am excited to have them here with us. I hope you will take time to learn more about the Fulbright program and these professors in the video above.
This is also a season of thanks, and I wish to thank each of you for continuing to support Bethany with your time, talent, and treasure. We simply could not change lives as we do without the help of alumni, faculty, staff, and current students.
Have a wonderful Thanksgiving, and may we always be #ONEBethany.