For an intro urban planning class now being taught remotely, students heard directly from a a young alumna who is leading COVID-19 crisis response in Vermont.
Over the last several weeks, American K-12 classrooms have shifted from in-person instruction to online learning as the nation closed schools to mitigate the impact of COVID-19. Ball State alumni leading these classrooms reacted quickly, moving from teaching in front of smiling faces to connecting with students online. These educators share their tips for shifting […]
The last rubber duck from 100 hidden by two departing theatre students is home after over two years of search-and-rescue efforts.
Spring is one of Ball State’s busiest times of year. But with the lion’s share of academic and extracurricular activities on hiatus or being done remotely, campus has become a relatively quiet place these past weeks. While missing the hustle-bustle of a typical April weekday, our photographers snapped images capturing the tranquility of a peaceful […]
Laura Bassette, is an assistant professor of special education, specializing in researching and teaching people with autism how to exercise at the gym.
Dr. Maoyong Fan, professor of economics, focuses his research on the impact of water and air pollution on health.