After graduation, Bethel University biokinetics major Emma Freebersyser ’22 will work as executive director of La Senda Spanish Center, a business she started to help students cultivate a love for learning Spanish.
This fall, Bethel University is launching new early college opportunities for high school students, including expanded PSEO programming, new dual enrollment options and a robust selection of online courses.
Building off ideas from Bethel University’s Advanced Digital Humanities course, a student-faculty research team received a university scholarship to explore using artificial intelligence to probe archives for historical patterns.
Nine projects funded by an Interfaith Youth Core grant are giving Bethel University students hands-on experience promoting health equity as they learn how to reduce barriers surrounding the COVID-19 vaccine.
Bethel University recently held its first post-baccalaureate nursing program pinning ceremony. This 15-month program allows students with a bachelor’s degree in any field to earn a Bachelor of Science in nursing.
With more than 14 years of experience in higher education, Franklin will bring expertise in missional investment, visionary servant leadership and facilitating strategic, organization-wide collaboration to Bethel University.
Bethel University's Department of Music and Theatre creatively adapted to COVID-19 limitations by recording an EP. “Bethel University Jazz with Strings, Volume I” is available on major music platforms.