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4 Ways Students and Faculty Have Innovated and Collaborated on Learning in Response to COVID-19

See how our students and professors are coming up with ways to make the most out of their alternative learning arrangements.

Alumnus Works Around the Clock on Cure for COVID-19

Geoff Hutchinson, who studied biochemistry and pre-medicine, has taken the skills he gained as an undergraduate researcher at Ball State and applied them to the high-stakes work developing a vaccine for the new coronavirus.

The Month in Photos: February 2020

Each month, Ball State’s photographers capture hundreds of moments on and around campus. These are some of the staff’s favorites.

BAM! Student-Produced Scientific Journal-Turned-Comic Book Wins National Award

As an immersive learning project, members Ball State’s chapter of the Technical Association of the Graphic Arts worked with chemistry and biology students to feature their research in a comic book format. The project won a national award.

Patricia Lang: Bringing Needed Diversity into STEM Research

Kicking down walls is Patricia Lang’s specialty—figuratively, at least. She was among the first female scientists at Ball State. Now, her mission is to recruit and retain minority students in STEM programs.

Shaoen Wu: AI and Robots that Make Lives Safer

Growing up in China, Shaoen Wu had limited access to technology. Now, he’s an expert in developing artificial intelligence and robots to make our lives safer.

The Month in Photos: October 2019

Each month, Ball State’s photographers capture hundreds of moments on and around campus. Below are some of the staff’s favorites. Shafer at Sundown The carillon atop Shafer Tower is cast in the supernatural glow of an autumn dusk. The carillon tower houses 48 custom-made bells covering four octaves. (Photo by Samatha Strahan) Fall Classic One […]