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Emailemert@bsu.edu

Institution: Ball State University

Location: Muncie, IN

Phone: 765-285-1024

Institution Type: Four-Year, Public (15,379 enrollment)

Program Type: Honors College, Institution-wide

Program Enrollment: 1080

Present Position: Dean of Honors College (since July 1, 2017)

Previous Honors Positions: Associate Dean of Honors College, Ball State University, 2008-17 (Interim Dean, 2016-17)

NCHC Member Since: 2012 


Program Reviews and Consultation:

No honors program reviews; two college reviews:

  • University of Evansville - Science Programs, 2005
  • Minnesota State University, Mankato - Department of Mathematics and Statistics, 2000

  • NCHC Activities Related to Honors Program/College Assessment & Evaluation:

  • Completed the NCHC Faculty Development Institute, Long Island University, October 2001
  • NCHC Program Reviewer Institute, Roosevelt University, July 2017
  • Assisted in our Honors College self-study and external review, 2012

  • Activities in other areas or organizations related to assessment or site visits, workshops, etc.:

  • Attended Honors Education at Research Universities conference in Columbus, 2017
  • Attended Phi Kappa Phi conferences, 2012, 14, 16

  • Self-Identified Areas of Special Interest and Experience

  • Mathematics (Geometric Topology, Mathematical Modelling, Combinatorics, Statistics)
  • Music Performance (piano, pipe organ)
  • Music Composition (choral)

  • The Role of an NCHC-Qualified Site Visitor
    I value the synergy found within our community of educational institutions, professional, and students who participate in collegiate honors education, and I stand with the National Collegiate Honors Council in efforts to support and enhance our community partners. To that end, I view the role of the program reviewer to be impactful for both the reviewer and those reviewed.

    As a reviewer, I can be a more effective advocate, learning through personal interactions the breadth and diversity of our various programs. I can better appreciate the particular challenges and opportunities evident at our sister institutions; I expect to find points of personal inspiration and aspiration through these visits.

    As a reviewer, I hope to likewise empower those whose programs I visit. I trust that as a program reviewer I will effectively perceive, illuminate and assess the mission and aspirations of my host program, promoting discussions and analyses that will encourage ongoing improvement. I recognize that each host institution has an individual, distinctive mission; I must provide an evaluation that respects this individuality while using procedures that represent professionally appropriate best practices. I view the practice of assessment to be a sustaining cycle of review and refinement; I must provide an evaluation that recognizes both immediate and further opportunities. I believe that a reviewer must be committed to provide a quality product to the host program and must demonstrate integrity and ethical behavior throughout the process.
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