The Risks, Rewards of Entrepreneurial Learning

Ball State officials navigate doubts as they try to sell entrepreneurial learning, a student-driven teaching method that touts risk-taking and creativity.

Miller College of Business: 50 Years and Counting

The college will add centers this fall focusing on digital marketing and supply chain management as it marks a half-century at Ball State.

New Faculty Academy Eases Professors Through Their First Year

The new program helps 50 junior faculty members in and out of the classroom, with everything from pointers on time management to coffee klatches.

Youths’ Minds, Bodies Flourish at 2-Acre Playscape

Associate Professor of Architecture Pam Harwood and her students designed a nearly 2-acre space intended to turn recess into a learning environment.

Professor, Future Teachers Bridge Cultural Divide With Students

Education professor Eva Zygmunt and future teachers immerse themselves in young Muncie students’ community, yielding understanding and good test results.

History Professor, Students Create Interactive Resources for Young Hoosiers

Ron Morris and his students have made a state parks walking tour app, educational Underground Railroad video game and Revolutionary War battle documentary.

Architecture Students Envision New Uses for Abandoned Planes

Architecture students envision how to repurpose parts of discarded airplanes into everything from a mobile library to a cabin in the woods.