Tag: Ball State Honors


  • 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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  • Finding H.O.P.E.: How Honors Helped Me

    By: Kimberly Ingold About the author: Kimberly Ingold is a third year Honors College student double-majoring in Psychological Science and Criminal Justice and minoring in Women’s and Gender Studies. About the organization:  H.O.P.E. Mentoring is an organization that pairs incarcerated juveniles with college mentors who support the student in an effort to reduce recidivism rates […]

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  • A #BSUhonors Semester in Review

    We know this semester didn’t end up how anyone planned, but #bsuhonors students, alumni, and faculty still accomplished amazing things! We’re shining a light on some of the exciting accomplishments that took place in the Honors community this semester.

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  • Providing Pathways: Hannah Fluhler

    Hannah Fluhler graduated from Ball State with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Integrated Studies. She is now a registered nurse and a U.S. Fulbright Future Scholar to Australia.  How did you get involved in the Honors college? When I was at Ball State, I studied nursing and integrated studies (pre-dance/movement therapy). I also […]

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  • What to Read, Listen To, and Watch Right Now

    Isabel Parham is a junior English Studies major, Sociology minor, and Honors student.  I’ve recently found myself spending quite a bit of time at home, which means I’ve been able to catch up on the shows, podcasts, and books that I usually don’t have time for. This week, I wanted to share some of my […]

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  • I Just Need A Laugh Today

    By Grace Goze Grace Goze is a junior Creative Writing student who loves stand-up and sketch comedy. Here are some of her personal recommendations of funny content to consume while you spend a bit more time at home during these times.   The Top Part, John Mulaney (Available on Spotify)  John Mulaney has certainly made […]

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  • Providing Pathways: Valerie Weingart

    Valerie Weingart is a second-year MA creative writing candidate. She writes primarily fiction and creative nonfiction; her work can be found in the Tributaries literary journal. Originally from Salem, Ohio, Val graduated summa cum laude from Ball State University with a Bachelor of Arts in English and a Bachelor of Music in Vocal Performance. She […]

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  • Providing Pathways: Jonathan Isbill

    About Jonathan Isbill As a 21st Century scholar, I naturally found Nutrition and Dietetics at Ball State University with a warm welcome visit. Within my first year on campus, my life was changed in opportunities given to me by the Honors College, such as sponsored research with Dr. Jay Kandiah who had been preparing for […]

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