Tiffanney Drummond leads the Huntington County Community Learning Center, helping individuals in an Indiana community to upskill or reskill while finishing a high school degree.
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.
Michelle (Asby), ’81, and Jim Ryan made a $1.45 million commitment to establish the Ryan Family Scholars and Navigators Program.
Classmates at South View Elementary interact in a social and emotional learning classroom that is among the first in the MCS school district. In times past, conventional wisdom held that when students came to school, they left their emotions at the door to focus on learning. These days, however, extensive research shows that helping children […]
Pathways helps students from marginalized backgrounds flourish in graduate school and beyond.
A diversity of perspectives inform alumna Noël Harmon’s leadership of a scholarship program for Asian and Pacific Islander Americans.