Professor Ballengee Morris Featured In the Carmen Collection
Professor Christine Ballengee Morris is featured in the Carmen Collection, a series that highlights hidden Buckeye experiences, challenges and accomplishments that have helped shape the university. The Carmen Collection is part of Ohio State’s sesquicentennial celebration.
Dr. Ballengee Morris is noted as having a mountain of accomplishments in her distinguished career as an art educator, researcher, author, editor, speaker, performing artist, professor and Ohio State University administrator. In Dr. Ballengee Morris' feature, she reflects on how her Native American heritage helped shape who she is as a person and influenced her to create the first academic minor in American Indian Studies and to seek the founding director’s role at Ohio State’s Multicultural Center. Her unique ability to bridge student, administrative, and community populations will stand out as a lasting legacy. View the feature below.