As vice president of development for the Community Health Network Foundation, Bente Weitekamp, ’98, knows first-hand the impact of giving.
Ailing nursing instructor succeeds in goal to see his daughter graduate from College of Health, vows to continue his fight for life
Tina McIntosh’s passion for caring for older adults—which she originally discovered while attending Ball State—resurfaced.
Ball State graduate, Steve Gilbert, is using boxing, mountain-climbing, and marathon-running to fight back Parkinson’s
From humble beginnings in the Heartland to president of a technology and marketing company, Timothy M. Andrews, ’84, gives back.
Madison Labrador, ’18 MA ’21, had one more goal she wanted to accomplish: pursue a career in exercise science.
Fourth-grade teacher Spencer King reflects on what he calls the keystone of his educational experience at Ball State the Urban Immersion Internship Program.