Tag: Faculty


  • The Biology Department is Brimming with Accomplishments

    The faculty and students in the Biology Department are world-class researchers and scholars. We love to share and celebrate their accomplishments.   Kathleen L. Foster, Assistant Professor of Biology Dr. Kathleen L. Foster and her collaborator from Purdue University Fort Wayne have just been awarded an NSF-Simons Pilot Project Program Grant from the NSF-Simons Center for Quantitative Biology […]

    Read More
  • blue background with confetti saying Good News@

    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,” […]

    Read More
  • blue background with confetti saying Good News@

    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 […]

    Read More
  • blue background with confetti saying Good News@

    Philosophy & Religious Studies Good News: 2020

    What a way to start the New Year off right! We have some good news from the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies. Faculty Elizabeth Agnew’s Virginia Ball Center Seminar, Muslims in Muncie, was featured in the January 2021 Ball State Alumni Magazine in the article “A History of Friendships,” on the life and legacy of Dr. Mir Masoom Ali.  She […]

    Read More
  • Snapshots of the 2019 Symposium on Games

    Earlier this month the third Symposium on Games was held in Bracken Library, where students, faculty, staff, and community members gathered together to celebrate game research, design, and development. The Symposium had a great turnout with a significant amount of diversity among attendees. Symposium organizer Paul Gestwicki said, “When I gave the opening remarks I […]

    Read More
  • Meet the Faculty Michelle Poole

    New Faculty: Michelle Poole

    Michelle Poole (MA, University of Toledo) is a new faculty member in the Sociology department. She has significant experience working with the disadvantaged in communities, from housing assistance for the homeless to rehabilitation programs from young offenders. She has a variety of interests that she cares passionately about, and she looks forward to incorporating those […]

    Read More
  • Jill Christman Receives the Creative Endeavor Award

    On the third floor of the Student Center, students trickled into a large classroom while Professor Jill Christman recounted her family’s misadventures at a local apple orchard. In a humorous tone, seeping with sarcasm, she told them of the orchard’s disappointing visual aesthetic and the lack of activities, namely the fact her kids were unable […]

    Read More