Roundtable

Classroom Crafted From Experience – Honors Graduate Teaching Honors Students

Instead of studying for their next quiz, Ball State Miller College of Business Honors students were challenged with research, discussion, and activities by a professor who had been in their shoes six years ago. Understanding how the mind of an honors student works in the classroom, the professor created a course that pushed the students… Read More »Classroom Crafted From Experience – Honors Graduate Teaching Honors Students

Integrating Career & Professional Development in the Honors Degree Plan

While many simply presume Honors students “will be fine” because they have earned high grades &/or copious pre-college credits, those of us who work with these students know this population’s multipotentiality, diverse interests, and vast abilities can lead to a scattered transcript and resume requiring more than the traditional four-years. Further, it is a common… Read More »Integrating Career & Professional Development in the Honors Degree Plan

Ivory Tower Meets Bargain Basement

We will discuss the intellectual complications involved in creating and marketing products in an immersive learning class that is a student-managed business in downtown Muncie. Book Arts Collaborative preserves and teaches the apprentice-taught skills of letterpress printing and hand-sewn book binding. We serve community members of all ages, and we sell journals and print ephemera… Read More »Ivory Tower Meets Bargain Basement