People in Indiana come from all walks of life, and all deserve a chance to improve their lives through education. For decades, Ball State has been providing that chance.
Muncie’s high school has revived a STEM program and gotten more Ball State student teachers, thanks to the district’s ‘ partnership with the university.
A communication studies class helped raise money for a big mural celebrating diversity in Muncie. Students used their skills while working with We’re Trying Collective, a group co-founded by two Ball State alumni. The colorful abstract is both art and celebration.
As the new executive director of Muncie Arts & Culture Council, Braydee Euliss, ’11, said she strives to enhance the role of the arts “as a community builder, as an economic driver, as a kind of glue that helps hold smaller communities like ours together.”
[dropcap]F[/dropcap]rom the time she was a little child, Paige Misner had a big dream. She wanted to teach. In middle school, she became slightly scared off by downbeat comments some teachers shared about their profession. But the Fort Wayne resident didn’t remain discouraged long. After a transformative high school internship helping low-income children in a […]
As Ball State University’s 17th president, Geoff Mearns sets the course for our next 100 years.
[dropcap]S[/dropcap]ara McInerney can’t feel her toes. The community engagement specialist for Finish Line Youth Foundation has gone numb after six hours in a cold, hard rain while leading hundreds of volunteers building a playground on Indianapolis’ east side. “I’d been worried all week, having people come up to me saying, ‘You know it’s gonna rain […]