Directed by Robin Phelps-Ward
M.A. Communication Studies
The mentoring program matches undergraduate and graduate students from underrepresented ethnic and racial backgrounds with faculty, professional staff, community professionals and distinguished alumni associated with Ball State University. Through a matching process and relationships established through this program, students will have a heightened awareness for the opportunities that lie beyond the first degree and support for the process of pursuing higher academic goals and resources. The ultimate goal of the program is to encourage students to pursuit doctoral studies outside of Ball State University to potentially and ultimately return to work and teach as a faculty member. By meeting with a mentor on a consistent basis, interacting with other protégés and participating in a set of University-sponsored events, the mentoring program will help protégés gain knowledge and establish networks beyond the scope of Ball State University in order to build crucial relationships for establishing a successful career. Click here to learn more about the Ph.D. Pathways Program.
The best way to connect you with the world!Time and Location: July 9th and 16th, 4:30-6:00 pm, 306 SC
This program is designed to facilitate interaction between international students and domestic students. Through interactive discussion, students could learn from each other, make friends, and share resources around campus. This is a great opportunity for all BSU students to get immersive experiences without studying abroad and for international students to make friends, practice English, and learn about U.S. culture.
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