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Student-Directed Cardinal Zumba Promotes Better Health in Muncie

[dropcap]D[/dropcap]uring the past three years, Ball State student Anamarie Booher has taken three trips to Ecuador to job shadow local Ecuadorian doctors. Each trip, she found similarities between residents of that country and those from her hometown of Muncie. The 22-year-old senior found people suffering from dehydration, health issues related to a lack of physical […]

Outstanding Faculty Winner Shares International Coaching Knowledge With Students

Students in Lawrence Judge’s coaching education classes learn from a man who’s helped top athletes at the pinnacles of their careers. He tells students that the medal-winning Olympic and Paralympic athletes he’s coached have “cracked the code … giving attention to every detail, leaving nothing to chance and having 100 percent commitment.” The same might […]

Dietitian Builds New Healthy Foods Company

Betsy Opyt, dietitian turned entrepreneur, is partnering with Ball State students to design healthy recipes for her company.

Taught by Ball State Legend, Freshman Volleyball Player Blazes Her Own Trail

Kate Avila learned from Hall of Fame coach Don Shondell and her father, who also played at Ball State, before emerging as a dynamo on defense.

Fake Blood, Simulated Patients Generate Real Results for Nursing Students

Future nurses at the school’s Simulation and Information Technology Center learn to address heart attacks, births and other medical situations.

Collaboration, Quality Care at the Heart of New College of Health

The college combines six schools and departments to better prepare students for work in Indiana’s surging health care sector.

New Nursing Grad’s at Home in Hometown Hospital’s ER

Brooke Van Hook’s nursing skills are one part of patient care in a hospital’s emergency room, and she was ready to contribute after graduating in July.