9/19/2022, 8:34am

Busy year for History Professor Benjamin Wetzel

The past several months have held several non-curricular activities for Taylor University’s Assistant Professor of History Benjamin Wetzel.  Last year, Wetzel’s book “Theodore Roosevelt: Preaching from the Bully Pulpit” was released. This summer, his book “American Crusades” was released. In August, Wetzel was asked to speak at the Carnegie Lecture Series at Marion Public Library, and in October Wetzel will be presented with the Theodore Roosevelt Association Book Prize for “Theodore Roosevelt: Preaching from the Bully Pulpit.” 

5/16/2022, 1:00pm

Spring awards announced

Annually, Taylor university honors senior student achievement through the announcement of department, service and speciality awards. Additionally, two faculty members are honored for their service to the university through the Burnworth Teaching Award and the Distinguished Professor Award. 

5/9/2022, 11:00am

Wetzel appears on C-SPAN

On February 21, Benjamin Wetzel, assistant professor of history, gave a lecture on the life and faith of former U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt which was streamed on C-SPAN.

5/2/2022, 12:30pm

Choros survey prompts student discussion

Choros, a Taylor student discussion group that is reemerging after having dwindled during the pandemic, has dedicated this semester to listening to student perspectives on their experiences with gender and sexuality on campus based on discussions guided by recent survey results collected by the group.