“My name is Sam Teye, from Ghana-West Africa. I was graduate student at the Department of Physics and Astronomy at Ball State from fall 2015- 2017. I had a good time here with the faculty and staff at the department.
There was always this friendly atmosphere where students had the opportunity to interact with professors in and out of class. I garnered a lot of experiences and knowledge during my studies whiles working as a Graduate Teaching Assistant. I especially liked the structure of the curriculum that suits every student’s research area of interest.
I am currently a faculty member at the math and physics department at Ivy Tech Community College – Bloomington.
I want to encourage all international students who wants to further their studies in physics to apply to Ball State to learn from world-class faculty. Ball State, for me, has been a steppingstone to greater heights, and the physics department is one big happy family I will always cherish.”
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