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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.

Sanglim Yoo: Discovering New Ways to Improve Cities

Sanglim Yoo studies how to use green spaces to reflect heat, reduce energy consumption and keep us all cool and comfortable.

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.

Ball State Fuels Young Musical Talent

Facing Project Engages Storytelling to Spark Community Change

J.R. Jamison, ’01 MA ’03, has long known the value of telling a compelling story. As a Ball State undergraduate, he combined his geography major with a minor in creative writing , intending to one day become a travel writer. Now, he is collaborating with bestselling author Kelsey Timmerman on The Facing Project, using storytelling to help communities […]

Elementary Ed Majors Teach STEM at Summer Camp, and Kids Love It

Undergrads run their own outdoor summer classrooms, creating and teaching lessons that meet state standards to kids on a 41-acre camp.

Ball State Students Show All Children Can Do Science

[dropcap]E[/dropcap]very Fall and Spring semester, about 150 Muncie children are busy learning science after a full day of school. In one lively room at the Boys & Girls Club in the Roy C. Buley Community Center, Ball State elementary pre-service students Brooke Miller and Katie Kane teach first-graders about habitats, as the children point to […]