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  • New faculty and staff - Hesston College
    sports administration from Wichita Kan State University Beth Hess began as director of Marketing and Communications in September She holds a bachelor s of science in design degree from the University of Cincinnati Ohio and worked as a graphic designer and communications professional for many years throughout several departments at UC New faculty and staff appointments Several new faculty and staff appointments were publicized in the Summer 2015 issue of the Hesston College Today The following individuals were welcomed to the community after production of that issue had already commenced Duane Miller joined the nursing faculty He earned a bachelor s of science in nursing degree from Eastern Mennonite University and a master s in nursing education with a community healh focus from Oregon Health Science University Portland Terena Ronan joined the Food Service staff Kaitlin Schmidt is horticulturist and grounds manager at the Dyck Arboretum of the Plains She earned a bachelor s degree in natural sciences from Bethel College North Newton Kathleen Schroeder serves as art faculty She holds a bachelor s degree from Bethel College North Newton and a master s degree from Wichita State University Kendal Slabach 15 is a flight instructor intern with the Aviation program Courtney Spitz joined the baseball team as assistant coach and recruiting coordinator He holds a bachelor s degree from Drury University Springfield Mo Karla Stauffer joined the nursing faculty She holds a bachelor s of science in nursing degree from Bethel College North Newton and is completing a master s in nursing leadership and administration from Wichita State University She is also a critical care RN Kate Branam 99 Swartley teaches Spanish She holds a bachelor s degree from Goshen College and a master s degree from Bowling Green Ohio State University Madison Wiles served the women s soccer

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  • Former faculty receive emeritus recognition - Hesston College
    Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home Today Posts Former faculty receive emeritus recognition Former faculty receive emeritus recognition Posted on November 24 2015 by Larry Bartel New Hesston College emeritus faculty members Heber Ramer Maria Day Nelson Kilmer Art Mullet Hugo Boschmann John Blosser Gerry Selzer and Dwight Roth Not pictured are Marion Bontrager Star Gipson Lorna Harder Dottie Beachy Hathaway During Homecoming Weekend Sept 25 12 former faculty members were honored as new faculty emeritus at a celebration service and reception Faculty members must meet three requirements to earn faculty emeritus status have at least 15 years of service at Hesston College be retired from teaching and be at least 60 years old Those honored include John Blosser Goshen Ind 1978 99 Marion Bontrager 57 Hesston 1973 2014 Hugo Boschmann North Newton Kan 1978 2014 Maria Day Hesston Hesston 1995 2015 Star Gipson Hutchinson Kan 1975 96 Lorna Harder Newton Kan 1983 86 and 1989 2014 Dottie Beachy Hathaway Dalton Ohio 1977 95 Nelson Kilmer Hesston 1962 65 and 1970 2014 Art Mullet Hesston 1980 2011 Heber Ramer 75 Harper Kan 1979 94 Dwight Roth Hesston 1973 2010 Gerry Selzer Ac63 65 Hesston 1980 2015 Brent Yoder 98 vice president of Academics noted that the group represents 348 collective years of service Hesston College Today Articles in this Issue Transformation seen and unseen President s perspective Bringing history home See what s new Northlawn Center for Performing Arts Education Intentional ministry model transforms student faith Student profile Karli Rodriguez 16 Harker Heights Texas Alumna profile Beemnet Tilahun 08 Wichita Kan Leadership and passion transform women s soccer Financial aid and Phonathon A student s perspective Honoring legacies helping students Hesston College Homecoming Chatter in the nest President Keim announces transition New faculty and staff Former

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  • Campus news briefs - Hesston College
    and Church Relations The idea for a carillon system has been a topic of discussion since the college s centennial celebration in 2009 With the development of the north campus entrance the college decided it seemed appropriate to give the campus a symbolic auditory element to the visual change of the new north entrance The carillon system can also be used to broadcast campus alerts for emergency preparedness Fall 2015 enrollment shows increase in returning students and higher academic achievement A greater percentage of students returned to Hesston College in the fall of 2015 for more of the Hesston Experience as compared to returning students a year prior Hesston College s official fall 2015 enrollment numbers show higher than anticipated fall to fall retention by about 10 percent in nearly all primary areas Hesston students also continue to perform better academically as the average GPA for new students is 3 30 compared to 3 19 for new students in 2014 and the average ACT increased 1 1 points We believe that the strong retention numbers are indicative of the high quality experiences that our students are having at Hesston College said Rob Ramseyer vice president of Student Development There are 295 students living in the dorms or about 72 percent of the total student population First BSN class Hesston College Nursing marked a historic moment Aug 20 with the first class period for the first bachelor of science in nursing BSN course Holistic Assessment I taught by Gregg Schroeder 86 Bonnie Kauffman Ac65 67 Sowers Nursing Program director welcomed the 21 students and reflected on the significance of the moment Brent Yoder 98 vice president of Academics congratulated the nursing faculty and staff for the work that went into launching the program and thanked the students for choosing to be part of the first BSN nursing class Charles Hostetler 89 who recruited many of the students also greeted the group Sowers offered a prayer of dedication to close the celebration and officially launch the new program Students and staff sort and package books for Ethiopia Reads a program that collaborates with communities in Ethiopia to build schools plant libraries train educators and boost literacy Students serve community Hesston College students participated in Community Involvement Week Sept 8 to 14 Led by the First Year Experience course about 150 students were involved in more than 15 service projects throughout the local area including activities with elderly residents at neighboring Schowalter Villa serving meals at the Lord s Diner in Wichita picking up trash along the highway and participating in recreational art projects at Youthville a secure care facility for girls in Newton Bestselling author speaks to packed house About 700 people gathered at Hesston College Oct 5 completely filling the Hesston Mennonite Church sanctuary to hear New York Times bestselling author Regina Calcaterra share her story of child neglect interaction with the foster care system and how small acts of caring make a difference to a child in need Led by

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  • Athletics news updates - Hesston College
    top 10 rankings among all two year Kansas programs The Larks ended the season Nov 7 with a loss to seventh ranked Coffeyville Community College and a record of 21 12 Setter Casey Perez 16 Kalona Iowa and outside hitter Christy Swartzendruber 16 Shickley Neb received first team All Region honors while middle hitter Kortney Cunningham 17 Almena Kan was named second team All Region Men s soccer ends season with most wins in 11 years Under second year coach Michael Armstrong 05 the men s soccer team ended the 2015 season with a 7 13 record the most wins for the program since 2004 which also recorded seven wins Keeper Oliver Wisseman 16 Prineville Ore and forward Guershon Safari 17 Boise Idaho were major contributing factors to the team s success throughout the season This year s 21 man roster included players from 10 states as well as four international students from three countries Sieber inducted into NJCAA Soccer Hall of Fame Gerry Sieber 64 a multiple sport coach for almost 50 years was inducted into the National Junior College Athletic Association Soccer Hall of Fame this fall Sieber got his coaching start at Tabor College Hillsboro Kan in 1966 before coaching men s soccer at Hesston for 23 years where he compiled a 247 128 27 record including 11 regional championships During his Hesston tenure he also coached track eight years and men s basketball five years and served as physical education department chair and athletic director seven years From 1994 2006 Sieber coached men s soccer at Bethel College North Newton Kan and started a women s soccer program which he led for three years He also coached track for five years and cross country for two years In 2009 he returned to Hesston to help launch

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  • Hesston College Today reader - fall 2015 - Hesston College
    Campaign Estate Planning Give to Hesston Hesston College Today Church Relations Student Development Campus Activities Campus Ministries Counseling Services Chapel Forum FAQ Roommate Tips Athletics Baseball Basketball m Basketball w Cross Country m Cross Country w Golf m Soccer m Soccer w Softball Tennis m Tennis w Volleyball Athletic Training Services About News Presidential Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment

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  • Summer 2009 - A Centennial Celebration - Hesston College
    FAQ Roommate Tips Athletics Baseball Basketball m Basketball w Cross Country m Cross Country w Golf m Soccer m Soccer w Softball Tennis m Tennis w Volleyball Athletic Training Services About News Presidential Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home Hesston College Today Summer 2009 A Centennial Celebration Summer 2009 A Centennial Celebration Looking back looking forward President s perspective The Big Trio and the Founders Quartet Paul Friesen sculpts a work to mark a century Timely stitches of master quilters produce Centennial quilt 156 graduates celebrate Commencement Weekend 2009 My true potential Aviation offers new air traffic control program Nursing department planning a service learning course September finishing touches Heritage auction will commemorate past and contribute to future Take the Centennial home Europe tour 2010 Learning the Bible in life giving ways History hooks and Heilsgeschichte Hesston town and gown The editor s desk Farewell Phil Hesston College Today Fall 2009 Centennial Homecoming Fall 2010 Science and Math Fall 2011 Aviation Fall 2012 Performing Arts Fall 2013 Holistic Health Fall 2014 Each Other s Light A Multicultural Celebration Fall 2015 Campus Transformation Hesston College Today reader

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  • Fall 2009 - Centennial Homecoming - Hesston College
    Hesston College Today Church Relations Student Development Campus Activities Campus Ministries Counseling Services Chapel Forum FAQ Roommate Tips Athletics Baseball Basketball m Basketball w Cross Country m Cross Country w Golf m Soccer m Soccer w Softball Tennis m Tennis w Volleyball Athletic Training Services About News Presidential Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home Hesston College Today Fall 2009 Centennial Homecoming Fall 2009 Centennial Homecoming Solid rock and shifting sands President s perspective Homecoming 2009 a Living the Vision centennial gathering Forum explores Hesston College history connection to Mennonite Church Centennial Homecoming photo spread College dedicates Freedley Schrock memorial at Centennial Homecoming Weekend Sharp signs A School on the Prairie Heritage Auction during Centennial Homecoming will support dorm renovation project Fall 2009 News Briefs Special Bible Term Celebrating a Hesston College century Hesston College Today Fall 2009 Centennial Homecoming Fall 2010 Science and Math Fall 2011 Aviation Fall 2012 Performing Arts Fall 2013 Holistic Health Fall 2014 Each Other s Light A Multicultural Celebration Fall 2015 Campus Transformation Hesston College Today reader fall 2015 Spring 2010 Business Education Spring 2011 Erb Hall Renovation Spring 2015 Alumni

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  • Spring 2010 – Business Education - Hesston College
    Services Chapel Forum FAQ Roommate Tips Athletics Baseball Basketball m Basketball w Cross Country m Cross Country w Golf m Soccer m Soccer w Softball Tennis m Tennis w Volleyball Athletic Training Services About News Presidential Search Mission Vision Values Sustainability Dyck Arboretum Hesston Bethel Performing Arts Consumer Information Accreditation Governance Employment Bookstore Employee Directory Home Hesston College Today Spring 2010 Business Education Spring 2010 Business Education The business of interaction President s perspective Business Department focuses on market and student needs Scholarship for sophomores honors faculty member Bill Mason The Bill Mason Business Scholarship LeVan brings variety of experiences to classroom Entrepreneurship class projects A woman with a plan Doug Dirks of Ten Thousands Villages tells Hesston students about Fair Trade alumna Edna Byler s legacy A Hesston College Homecoming Centennial class graduates Hesston College is part of FAA Air Traffic Collegiate Training Initiative Common Threads weaves its way across the country New faces join Hesston College Hesston College Today Fall 2009 Centennial Homecoming Fall 2010 Science and Math Fall 2011 Aviation Fall 2012 Performing Arts Fall 2013 Holistic Health Fall 2014 Each Other s Light A Multicultural Celebration Fall 2015 Campus Transformation Hesston College Today reader fall 2015

    Original URL path: http://www.hesston.edu/hesstoncollegetoday/spring-2010-business-education/ (2016-02-13)
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