Author: Isabel Parham


  • The Fellowship Files: Olivia Grenier

    By: Olivia Grenier Olivia Grenier (she/her/hers) is a junior secondary English education major with a concentration in language arts. She is a member of the on-campus Honors club, the Honors Association for Community Engagement (HACE), and a member of the on-campus education society Kappa Delta Pi. Olivia is one of the two Honors College peer […]

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  • Welcome Back, BSU Honors!

    Welcome back, #bsuhonors! Whether you’re on campus or online, we’re excited to see you again! To get you back in the swing of things, here’s a rundown on everything you need to know for the week. Friday, January 29  Walk and talk with Honors College Dean, John Emert  Join Dean Emert at 9 AM for an […]

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  • Are you graduating in 2021? Read this!

    As we approach the end of the Fall semester, many Honors students will begin to think about graduation. There are lots of great opportunities for 2021 graduates to take part in before commencement, so make sure to keep reading!  Apply for the Provost’s Prize!  Are you graduating in May 2021? You can apply NOW for […]

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  • Moving Online: Tips For Remote Learning

    Following Thanksgiving break, Ball State students will all be participating in remote learning. Remote learning can present a variety of challenges to students, so we’re sharing some tips so you can finish out the semester strong. Schedule a specific time to do classwork.  We know schedules may change once online classes begin, but if possible, […]

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  • Odyssey Accepting Submissions Until November 2

    By: Julia Tharp and Kallie Hunchman Odyssey is the Honors College’s creative journal, showcasing creative work from Ball State’s Honors students. With the deadline for Odyssey submissions quickly approaching, we caught up with two of the journal’s team members to learn more! About Odyssey Odyssey is a creative journal looking to bring the creative talents and […]

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  • Antiracism, Intersectionality, and Empowerment: A Campus Conversation

    Join the Student Antiracism and Intersectionality Advisory Council (SAIAC) in their campus wide conversation on Antiracism, Intersectionality, and Empowerment on Thursday, October 8 from 7:00-8:30pm via Zoom. Please register for the conversation here and circulate the flyer among your friends if you are interested. SAIAC is dedicated to developing strategies that will cultivate understandings of […]

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