Entries by Marc Ransford

Miller College Alumnus Mo Bunnell Shares Business-Development Insights at Ball State and Around the World

[dropcap]A[/dropcap]s part of the Centennial Celebration at Ball State, author, trainer and business executive Mo Bunnell, ’90, recently returned to the Miller College of Business as an Executive-in-Residence. He met with faculty and students, sharing knowledge acquired during his career. Bunnell is founder and CEO of Bunnell Idea Group and has taught business development skills to over 12,000 professionals […]

With Centennial Documentary, Students Learn About and Make Ball State History

[dropcap]H[/dropcap]istory came crashing down like a proverbial ton of bricks on at least one student during production of the documentary “From Normal to Extraordinary: Ball State’s First Century,” which premiered September 6, 2018, at Emens Auditorium as part of the official kickoff of Ball State’s Centennial Celebration . It happened to telecommunications major Henry Tegeler when he interviewed […]

New Centennial Book Reveals How Ball State Took Flight

[dropcap]F[/dropcap]rom the early days as a teacher-training school to its status as a comprehensive university, three Ball State colleagues have captured the institution’s history in a new book. “Ball State University,” a part of the Campus History Series by Arcadia Publishing, tells the University’s rich history through dozens of photos organized in six distinct eras, […]

Student Proposes Study to Help Drug-Dependent Newborns

[dropcap]H[/dropcap]annah Fluhler wants the crying to stop. Because of a first-of-its kind fellowship, the Honors College student is assembling a research team to determine if soothing lullaby music combined with gentle rocking will aid newborns suffering from drug withdrawal. Hannah is proposing a pilot study to be conducted in the neonatal intensive care unit at Indiana University Health […]