The spirit of Beneficence has shone brightly among Ball State alumni during the COVID-19 pandemic. These six stories are just a few examples.
One saves lives in the ICU. The other captures wanted criminals. With work and home demands increased due to COVID-19, an alumni couple finds ways to stay strong.
People in Indiana come from all walks of life, and all deserve a chance to improve their lives through education. For decades, Ball State has been providing that chance.
When Shelby Looper, ’16, learned she’d be given a U.S. Department of Justice award for her pioneering victim advocate work, she was flabbergasted. It’s the same way she felt when, a year earlier, she learned she’d been hired to take charge of the Muncie Police Department’s Victim Advocate Program . She was 23 then, just one year out […]
Alumni Bruce Outlaw and Sonya Hill-Outlaw, parents of two and grandparents of five, work in the same building where her father once hung a shingle.