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  • sign that says We Hear You

    Take the Surveys. We’re Listening.

    Hello, my name is Professor Cathy Day, and I’m the Director of the Humanities Compass Advantage in the College of Sciences and Humanities. I’m here with a simple message to anyone who graduated in December 2021 or who is graduating in May or July 2022: please take the Ball State Senior Survey when it shows […]

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  • Letter from the Chair of MLC

    “To have another language is to possess a second soul.” – Charlemagne Greetings from the Chair of Modern Languages and Classics! First and foremost, let me say that we want to hear from you—our amazing alumni. We would love to feature you on our website. Your stories help inspire the next generations of language students! […]

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  • Top 100 Profile: Isabelle Behrman

    Isabelle Behrman is a second-year student in the College of Sciences and Humanities and will graduate from Ball State in 2023 with a double major in Chemistry (American Chemical Society concentration) and Spanish. At Ball State, she is a member of the Women’s Tennis team, a Supplemental Instructor in Organic Chemistry and has been working […]

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  • Anthropology Good News

    With the 2021-2022 school year coming to a close, it’s time to discuss Anthropology’s good news from this year! Faculty Dr. Mark Hill continues his work on copper sourcing. He has a recent publication in Current Anthropology: Hill, M. A. (2021) Comment on Miller: Ritual, labor mobilization, and monumental construction in small-scale societies: The case […]

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  • Phil/Rels Good News: 2021–2022

    With the school year coming to an end, #bsuphilrels has some good news to share! Faculty Dr. Elizabeth Agnew Dr. Agnew presented the talk “Interwoven Narratives: Islam, Activism, and Reconciliation after 9/11” at the Peace History Society’s virtual international conference in October 2021. In November, Dr. Agnew joined a one-year, State Department-funded partnership that brings […]

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