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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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  • MLC Good News: 2021 – 2022

    With the school year drawing to a close, it’s time to discuss the good news from Modern Languages and Classics! Faculty Dr. Liu Li She has been selected as the Teacher of the Year by the Chinese Language Teacher Association in Indiana (CLTA-IN) because of her excellent performance and dedication to Chinese language teaching. Dr. […]

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  • Celebrating Accomplishments from the Sociology Department

    The faculty and students in the Sociology Department are world-class researchers and scholars. We love to share and celebrate their accomplishments. Dr. Melinda Messineo, Interim Associate Vice President for Inclusive Excellence and Professor of Sociology Dr. Melinda Messineo has won the prestigious Ball State University Outstanding Diversity Advocate Award! The Outstanding Diversity Advocate Award is […]

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  • History Good News: Fall 2021

    With the semester nearing its end, it’s time to celebrate the good news that #bsuhistory has to share! __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Faculty On September 25, 2021, Dr. Dorshele Stewart gave the keynote speech at the College of Sciences and Humanities celebration of Dean’s List students. Dr. Emily Suzanne Johnson She reviewed The Eyes of Tammy Faye movie […]

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  • To prevent and protect: Emergency Management and Homeland Security students equipped to serve their communities

      “Imagine this example scenario: A train carrying hazardous chemicals derails near downtown and releases its contents. How does a response team protect the local population from exposure? How do they mobilize to effectively detect, contain, and clean up the material? How do they decontaminate citizens in a timely manner?”  – Department of Environment, Geology, […]

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  • Dr. David Bwambok joins BSU Chemistry faculty

    Meet Dr. David Bwambok Dr. David Bwambok will be joining the College of Sciences and Humanities  faculty this fall as a new professor in the Department of  Chemistry.   Where do you call home? I was born and raised in Kenya. My hometown in the Kenyan highlands has earned the name “source of champions” in […]

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