Month: April 2021


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    History Good News: Spring 2021

    As this academic year comes to a close, join us in celebrating the accomplishments of our faculty and alumni in the History Department! To see some student good news, check out our blog post congratulating our scholarship and award recipients.  Faculty Dr. Nicole Etcheson published “‘When Women Do Military Duty’: The Civil War’s Impact on Woman Suffrage,” […]

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  • 2020-2021 CSH Sciences Retirees

    The College of Sciences and Humanities would like to congratulate the 2020-2021 calendar year retirees from the Sciences and Social Sciences departments. In this unusual year, their goodbyes have been without the fanfare retirement should foment, but we are thankful for their years of excellence and service to Ball State University and to our college. […]

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  • 2020-2021 CSH Humanities Retirees

    The College of Sciences and Humanities would like to congratulate the 2020-2021 calendar year retirees from the Humanities departments. In this unusual year, their goodbyes have been without the fanfare retirement should foment, but we are thankful for their years of excellence and service to Ball State University and to our college. Paul Ranieri, Associate […]

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  • Claire Enk Investigates Ball State’s History

    Claire Enk is a senior Public History major, a German minor, and a proud member of the Honors College. In the spring of her freshman year, Claire and Sophia Hoffert created a podcast and a StoryMaps entitled “Prostitution and Social Reform in Muncie from 1870-1910,” which won the Student History Conference Outstanding Creative Project Award […]

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  • Haleigh DeGrow captures Midwestern stories

    Haleigh DeGrow is a Public History major with a minor in Anthropology. During her three-year career at Ball State, she has been a part of the Ball State Women’s Soccer Club and the Alpha Lambda Delta honors society. During her second year, Haleigh was given the opportunity to present her Middletown Studies research at the […]

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