The Ball State University Foundation has
revealed the University’s Top 10 students from its inaugural “Top 100 Students Awards”
This new annual award recognizes 100 outstanding junior
and senior undergraduates who represent the spirit of Beneficence, Ball State’s institutional statue and icon
that symbolizes the generosity of the five Ball brothers whose land donation to
the State of Indiana allowed the University to flourish.
The Foundation announced its Top 100 Student Awards
program in September. Almost 200 applications were submitted by students, which
were scored by a select group of 10 University graduates.
In February, the Foundation announced the complete list of its 2022 Top 100
Students. On Saturday, the students with the top 25 scores were
invited to attend an awards ceremony, where the following students were
revealed within the Top 10 of this year’s program:
Behrman*, senior, Muncie, Ind.
Blythe, senior, Wesley Chapel, Fla.
Brinkman, senior, Milan, Ind.
Ingold, senior, New Palestine, Ind.
Lucas, senior, Carmel, Ind.
- Anne Mei
McClain, senior, Muncie, Ind.
Nguyen, senior, South Bend, Ind.
Sisson, senior, Muncie, Ind.
Steitz*, senior, Greenwood, Ind.
- Amy Wyse,
senior, Elkhart, Ind.
(* indicates Top 2 students)
The Foundation will recognize all Top
100 Student Award recipients during One
Ball State Day on Tuesday, April 5. This event, which
is being held from 3-4 p.m. in the lobby of the David Letterman Communication
and Media Building, will include a casual reception and award pick-up
opportunity. Students who earn a Top 100 award also receive a gold
tassel to wear at their Commencement ceremony.
To learn how to fund your
favorite Ball State programs, contact the Ball State Foundation or visit bsu.edu/foundation.