Month: July 2020

  • Interior Design Student Proposes New Space for Theatre and Dance

    Interior Design senior, Natalie Hopf  ’20, created a proposed design for the educational spaces of the Department of Theatre and Dance at Ball State. Her project addresses the current facility with a sizable addition to the north side of the building. The design includes the localization of all departmental spaces into one building, the creation of […]

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  • From Thesis to Freelance Opportunity

    Connor Mullins, B.Arch 2020, found a way to negotiate pandemic-era job uncertainties: He’s operating a freelance business, Capture LLC, that provides architectural design and visualization services. Based in Muncie, he works remotely with clients and hopes to relocate soon. We checked in with him after watching his thesis video (below) which we wanted to share […]

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  • Urban Planning Moved to the Muncie Mall

    You’ll see something unusual if you stroll through the Muncie Mall this fall; you will notice  Hamilton desks in a storefront. No, we’re not selling the furniture. The college has leased space and moved two Urban Planning studio classes into the former Dress Barn location. Like other malls around the country, the Muncie space is […]

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  • Construction Students Win at ASC Competition

    Construction Management students had a big year with five teams competing in the Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) Regional Competition. This is the first time we fielded five groups at this competition. During the course of the event students won two 2nd place victories and a 3rd place! The ASC competition does an excellent job in providing an […]

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  • CAP Sudents Placing in 2020 Solar Decathlon Design Competition

    Four Ball State teams were selected as finalist for the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon Design Challenge. Teams competing in the competition work for one or two academic semesters preparing creative solutions for real-world issues in the building industry. Each category awards a first, second, and honorable mention place. This year, our students submitting […]

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  • Photo of students competing in MCAA competition.

    Students Earn Top Four for the MCAA Competition

    The MCAA students in construction management qualified as one of the final four teams to compete at the national Mechanical Contractors Association of America (MCAA) convention in Hawaii. Sherif Attallah associate professor and mentor of the student team in construction management founded the student chapter shortly after he came to Ball State and took over the […]

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