Tayla Lee Tayla T.C. Lee is determined to provide high-impact educational experiences that will change the lives of her students and the people they may help after graduation. The assistant professor of Psychological Science also identifies herself as a Hoosier intent on giving back to the people of her native state. As a first-generation college student who […]
Rebeca Mena ’21 Rebeca Mena, ’21, has zero doubts about Ball State’s ability to boldly meet whatever challenges lie ahead. That confidence is the product of her experience as a student representative on the Board of Trustees during a time when the University faced challenges in dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic that interrupted normal life across the country. “You […]
Stephanie Schuck, MS ’12, greets an old friend, a sugar maple tree, in Ginn Woods. (Photo courtesy of John Taylor) Indiana’s second-largest protected old-growth forest officially became a state nature preserve thanks to Ball State University. The Indiana Natural Resources Commission established the 161-acre Ginn Woods as a nature preserve after the Board of Trustees approved the […]
Archaeological research at a former state hospital will help honor those who died with mental illness.