Category: Research News

  • 2023 Outstanding Research Awardee, Lan Lin

    Lan Lin, Associate Professor of Computer Science, is currently collaborating with multiple professionals from a range of disciplines and professions. Their work focuses on an intricate puzzle that assists environmental scientists in assessing and predicting hydrological events. Her knowledge in software engineering has earned her multiple National Science Foundation (NSF) awards along with numerous journal […]

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  • 2022 Outstanding Research Award winner, Sergei Zhuk

    2022 Outstanding Research Award Dr. Sergei Zhuk  World-renowned Russian/Soviet and Ukrainian historian, Dr. Sergei Zhuk has led a distinguished and prolific academic career. With expertise and research specialties in Cold War history, popular culture, international relations, knowledge production, cultural consumption, religion, and identify in a history of imperial Russia, Zhuk began his career in Soviet […]

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  • Congratulations to the Winners of the 27th Annual Student Symposium at Ball State University

    The Student Symposium, which was held on the Worthen Arena Concourse on April 12 from 1-4pm, had great turnout for its first in-person event since 2019! 125 participants (38 graduate students, 87 undergraduate students) presented 85 scholarly and creative projects, representing all seven academic colleges. While we are showcasing the top presentations here, we first would […]

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  • Ball State University’s Applied Anthropology Laboratories Receives National Grant Funding

      Ball State’s Applied Anthropology Laboratories (AAL) has received $50,000 from the Telling the Full History Fund—a grant program from the National Trust for Historic Preservation and made possible through the National Endowment for the Humanities’ American Rescue Plan Humanities Grantmaking for Organizations. Summary In collaboration with 11 Tribal Humanities Scholars and staff from the […]

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    Congratulations to the 2021 Three Minute Thesis Winners

    The Graduate School hosted Ball State University’s third annual Three Minute Thesis competition on Feb. 25. The competition, which challenges 10 finalists to condense the entirety of their master’s thesis or doctoral dissertation research into a three-minute presentation (with just a single PowerPoint slide as a visual aid), produced three winners this year: We in […]

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  • 2020 Ball State University Student Symposium

    We are delighted that 84 students were flexible as we moved the annual event to a virtual Canvas Community. The Student Symposium was held, virtually, from April 15 – May 1. Participants loaded their presentations from the 15-22, and judging began on April 27. 2020 Student Symposium Program SPONSORED PROJECTS ADMINISTRATION AND THE GRADUATE SCHOOL […]

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  • 2020 Julian L. Simon Memorial Award Winner

    Each year since 2001, CEI pays tribute to free-market economist, professor, and consummate optimist Julian Simon by presenting the Julian L. Simon Memorial Award to an individual whose work supports Simon’s vision of mankind as the ultimate resource. This year, CEI is pleased to honor Dr. Steven Horwitz, Director of the Institute for the Study […]

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    Announcing: Faculty Fellow for Undergraduate Research!

    Dr. Sundeep Rayat, Associate Professor in the Department of Chemistry, will serve as the Ball State University Faculty Fellow for Undergraduate Research. This role, created through Strategic Imperative Funding, provides a unified strategy for coordinating pan-campus research of undergraduate students, faculty and staff with a goal of helping students to continue on to advanced degrees. […]

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  • A Better Understanding of Islam Across the Curriculum

    Dr. Matthew Hotham, an assistant professor of religious studies, considers an understanding of world religions to be incredibly important for Ball State University students. He says it’s part of what makes them good citizens and future employees, and basic education about Islam, particularly, is a crucial part of 21st century learning. Although a comfortable component […]

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