As Mike Neu, ’94, prepares for his seventh season as head coach of Ball State football, one word comes to mind: “opportunity.”
Stephon Jones, ’85, has mentored eight Ball State students, a high school and a middle school student from his local YMCA in Indianapolis, and actively engages with 20 young business executives from various parts of the United States.
More than 400 College of Health students participate annually in Ball State’s various Centers, Clinics, and Laboratories
Ball State graduate, Jeffrey D. Feltman spent years working around the world as a U.S. Diplomat.
Gary Vance, ’77, has discovered his mentorship efforts, including those with Mary Kate Hopf, provide him a professional benefit, too.
Using their Ball State doctoral degrees, inspiration from their time with University faculty, and some recent media visibility, Drs. Jeremy Coleman, Brian Dinkins, and Jason Smith help their students to maximize their potential in creative and inclusive ways.
Kelly Hartman, ’89 MA ’91, confesses that Ball State chose her rather than her choosing Ball State.