Brian Kinnaird, Ph.D, associate professor of criminal justice at Bethany College, has published the second edition of his book, “Use of Force: Expert Guidance for Decisive Force Response.” The book is available in print or ebook and was originally published in 2003.
Kinnaird is completing his first year at Bethany College in the criminal justice department. Continue reading
In honor of the senior class of 2014, we have decided to do a special Featured Student of the Week. There will be five seniors honored with this title, one for each day this week.
Bethany College students raised $200 in a wacky game of Duck Soup softball last Sunday afternoon at the Swede Softball Park. Students from David Slack’s Bethany Quest class organized the fund raiser to benefit Mija Stockman, ’98, a former Bethany track athlete who was injured in an automobile accident and has faced a long, difficult, and expensive recovery. She is currently receiving specialty care in a rehabilitation hospital in Nebraska. Continue reading
Name: Melissa Woeppel
Major: English and Communications with a minor in Religion
Hometown: Firth, NE
Nominated by: Matt Riordan, Director of Residential Education and Services
Involvements (sports, clubs, organizations): Swede Government Association, Choir, Band and Jazz Band, Handbells, Sigma Phi Omega Sorority, Campus Ministry, Greek Council, Gold Key
Plans for the future: Graduate from Bethany and see where life takes me.
Name: Melodeigh Christiansen
Major: Math education with an endorsement in Special Education and a minor in Psychology
Hometown: Denver, CO
Nominated by: Na Peng, Ph.D., Chair of Mathematics & Science Department, Assistant Professor of Mathematics
Involvements (sports, clubs, organizations): Kappa Gamma Phi sorority, Greek Council, Von Neumann, Ambassador
Plans for the future: Change lives
Bethany College Art Department will host an exhibit featuring the artwork of Holly Phelps, senior, of Wichita. The exhibition, including paintings, drawings, ceramics, and sculpture, runs through May 1 at the Mingenback Art Gallery located at the corner of Second and Olsson in Lindsborg, Kan. An opening reception is scheduled for Sunday, April 27 at 2 p.m. with a gallery talk at 2:30 p.m.
Phelps is exhibiting paintings and drawings from her four years at Bethany. Her show, “Raw Essence” incorporates her own essence of beauty through nature and people. Her main work is multiple portraits done of fellow Bethany College students, staff, and faculty. Phelps is the daughter of the Chuck Phelps and Rachel Blough.
The gallery is open daily from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The exhibition and reception are free and open to the public.
Name: Mark Klaassen
Major: Biology & Chemistry
Hometown: Marquette, KS
Nominated by: Mark Lucas, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Music, Bethany Oratorio Society Conductor, Director of Choral Activities
Involvements (sports, clubs, organizations): Tri-Beta, Choir, Chamber Choir, Bethany Oratorio Society
Plans for the future: After Bethany I’m hoping to be accepted into Medical school.
Name: David Barbieri
Hometown: Buenos Aires, Argentina
Nominated by: Diane Miller, Part-Time Business Professor
Involvements: Tennis team and Pathfinders
Plans for the future: I want to achieve my goals and be happy. Continue reading
Name: Carole Stuenkel
Major: Double Major in Interactive Graphic Design and Studio Art with focus in Painting
Hometown: Palmer, KS
Nominated by: Warren Olson, Associate Vice President for Advancement
Involvements (sports, clubs, organizations): Alpha Delta Zeta (Treasurer), Art Club (President), College Choir, Bethany Oratorio Society, Beta Tau Sigma
Name: Lindy Broeckelman
Major: Elementary Education
Hometown: Beloit, Kansas
Nominated by: Jason Schneider, Admissions Representative
Involvements (sports, clubs, organizations): Swede Government Association Vice President, Bethany Leadership Team, Pathfinder, Bethany Youth Ministry Team
Plans for the future: Graduate from college and become a teacher!