Month: March 2021


  • Ball State offers new Health Humanities Minor!

    Ball State College of Sciences and Humanities is excited to announce a new, multidisciplinary Minor in Health Humanities! You’ve heard the phrases “good bedside manner” and “having a healing touch,” but how does one develop these essential healthcare traits?  Coursework in the humanities is a key component to success in the medical field!   Research shows […]

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  • History Alum Becomes Program Specialist

    Surprised to hear this from a history major? You shouldn’t be.  I oversee a few different business management programs and there’s constant shifting between competing priorities. A lot of my week involves project planning and compliance, budget reviews, policy review and application, and supervision. Michelle Haas graduated in 2001 from Ball State University with a […]

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  • Social Studies Graduate to AP Teacher

    Alexandria “Lexi” Gribble teaches AP United States Government and Politics and AP Human Geography at Herron High School in Indianapolis, Indiana. She is also the sponsor of Model UN at Herron High School. Before joining the team at Herron, she taught middle school for two years in Marion, Indiana. She graduated from Ball State in […]

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  • Women’s Week Events to put on your Calendar!

    The Women’s and Gender Studies program is excited to present the 2021 Women’s Week Schedule for March 22-26!! They are thrilled to bring these events to our campus and community, especially with the virtual format this year! Event pages will be posted on the Women’s and Gender Studies Facebook page throughout this week. Keep an […]

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    Modern Languages & Classics Good News: 2020

    It’s time to celebrate some good news from the Department of Modern Languages and Classics. Faculty Ellen Thorington has an article on the early fifteenth-century author Christine de Pizan coming out in Genèse(s) et filiation(s) chez Christine de Pizan, published in Paris through Garnier.  Students Drew Shaeffer has committed to Indiana University’s graduate program for […]

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