Tag: CSH Alumni


  • Abby Handlon brings Anthropology into the Classroom

                    Abby Handlon is a Class of 2020 Ball State Alum, with a Bachelor’s in Anthropology. She is now working as a K-4 Instructional Assistant, where she can apply her knowledge of Anthropology.       _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Where are you from and why did you choose to go […]

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    Cardinal Directions: Noël Sucese

    Noël Sucese attended Ball State University, where she pursued a degree in History. Post-graduation, Noël worked in various high school-level teaching positions. Noël is now a Ph.D. student at Loyola University of Chicago, where she also teaches Western Civilization discussion sections.  What does a typical/week/month look like for you? A typical week for me here […]

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  • Connecting Cardinals: Pedro Bassoe

    Dr. Pedro Bassoe, an alumnus of the Department of Modern Languages and Classics, recently accepted a position of Assistant Professor in Japanese at Purdue University, where he will be teaching Japanese literature, visual culture, and film, among other courses.  He took some time from settling into his new position to reflect about learning Japanese and […]

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    Cardinal Directions: Daniel Gonzales

    Daniel Gonzales earned his B.S. in Secondary Education from Ball State University in 2007 and his M.A. in Museum Studies from the University of Missouri-Saint Louis in the spring of 2010 as an E. Desmond Lee Fellow. Following graduation he began work as a researcher at the Missouri History Museum. In 2013, Daniel took on […]

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  • Connecting Cardinals: Alumna Shay Haneline

    Foreign Language Aficionado, Filmmaker, and Model:  Shay Haneline’s Takeaways from Her Academic Experience at Ball State Education is about relationships. It’s the connection between a mentor and a student, the comradery of a classroom. It’s late night study sessions in the library over a second cup of coffee. It’s the nervous jitters of asking a […]

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  • Connecting Cardinals: CSH Alumni Sam Weiss

    Sam Weiss is an actuary for Votaire, where he enjoys helping individuals understand the confusing puzzle of retirement. He graduated from Ball State in 2015 with a degree in Actuarial Science, and minors in Computer Science and Business. What brought you to Ball State? I knew I wanted to be in the actuarial science program […]

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