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Top 10 Ways to Become a Better LGBTQ Ally

Alumnus Jonathan Scott provides a Top 10 list of ways to become “a better ally, for those who ID as straight, and cisgender.”

TCOM Alum Who’s Helping Bring Varsity Esports to Ball State Sees ‘Almost Limitless’ Potential

This Fall, the University will compete against 11 other members of the Mid-American Conference (MAC) in the newly created  Esports Collegiate Conference  (ESC). Ball State’s Alex Kartman was one of the people who helped make it happen. An associate lecturer of telecommunications , Kartman is also director of Sports Production and oversees the nationally acclaimed Sports Link program for the College of Communication, Information and Media . Known as […]

Adam Kuban: Encouraging Students to ‘Embrace the Mess’ on Their Path to Finding Better Solutions

Dr. Adam Kuban, an assistant professor of journalism and a faculty member in the Honors College, focuses his teaching on media projects based on science- or sports-related issues.

Gabriel Tait: Teaching a Broader Worldview Through the Lens of Journalism

The camera gave photographer and war correspondent Gabriel Tait a window to the world. Now, as a professor and researcher, he’s shaping best practices for cross-cultural journalism.

Chris Flook: Using Video to Bring Local History to Life

Chris Flook is a filmmaker who teaches students to use modern storytelling techniques to depict historical events.

Rebecca Hammons: Defending Humans in a Digital World

Ever feel like someone’s watching you? Your smartphone is one reason to worry. Professor Rebecca Hammons is exploring how to balance the consumer data needs of corporations while keeping our private lives private.