Tag: Honors life

  • Help Diversify the Honors College

    The application deadline for the Honors College’s Diversity Project has been extended to midnight on Monday, January 27. Apply today! The Honors College Diversity Project is a student-led committee, intent on bringing our Strategic Plan for Inclusive Excellence to life through programming and advising. On the project, Diversity fellow, Le Andrea Rainey states… “The Diversity […]

  • #FirstGenBSU: Elizabeth Dalton

    Elizabeth Dalton, Associate Professor of Honors Humanities, has been a Ball State faculty member since 1991. Her fiction, poetry, and creative nonfiction essays have appeared in a number of literary journals, including Clockhouse Review, Glassworks, and Adanna. She lives on a homestead near Mooreland, IN, with her husband, John, two dogs, two cats, and eight […]

  • Meet the team!

    Meet the students behind the Honors Blog! The rebranding of the Honors social media and creation of the blog is a part of a fellowship headed by four Honors students. Below you can read about their interests, their tentative future plans, and what Honors means to them. 

  • Leah Heim: A Quiet Resistance

    Life in the Honors College is all about discovering ourselves and the world. Our Honors Life feature highlights just that: how students are finding purpose and making things happen. Here, Honors student Leah Heim describes how she strives to live authentically by connecting her spirituality and her studies. The opinions and views expressed here are […]