Category: Communication Studies


  • Ball State’s College of Communication, Information, and Media Announces Innovative Changes

    Ball State University’s College of Communication, Information, and Media (CCIM) is excited to announce a series of exciting changes inspired by the college’s quest for innovation.  * * * What’s Going on? Among several changes unveiled today were new names for CCIM’s Journalism and Telecommunication departments, a reinvigorated Computer & Information Technology (CIT) program, and […]

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  • Good News September

    Hello everyone and welcome back to our “Good News” outlet. Pull up a chair, you’ll need to sit down for this news. CCIM Units Ball State University’s College of Communication, Information, and Media (CCIM) is excited to announce a series of exciting changes inspired by the college’s quest for innovation. Alumni As Ball State TCOM […]

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  • Student Spotlight: Kaya Hill

    Meet Kaya Hill ’23, a junior majoring in Communication Studies and minoring in History and African-American Studies. In this blog, Kaya shares how her interests in communication and history has led her to thinking about graduate school and beyond. She talks about her road to Communication Studies as well as what she hopes to accomplish […]

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  • CCIM Launches Alumni Salon, We Fly Drones

    As members of the College of Communication, Information, and Media community we are more than faculty, staff, students, and alumni. We are creators, innovators, and leaders in our fields. And as such, we want to create space for us to connect with one another and to continue to grow in our respective industries. In the […]

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  • Good News August

    Hello everyone and welcome back to our “Good News” outlet. Unpack your bags and stay awhile, we’ve missed you on campus!   Alumni TCOM Alumna SportsLink Seena Greiwe ’21 has accepted creative producer & editor for the Air Force Academy (athletics) in Colorado.  She’ll be leading their creative content, including football. Cory Vervynckt’21 will be […]

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  • Good News July

    Good News July

    Hello everyone and welcome back to our “Good News” outlet. Sit back, relax and enjoy the read! Alumni TCOM Alumna and songwriter Tiara Thomas (“Judas and the Black Messiah”) was invited to join the Music branch of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Compositing supervisor and TCOM Alumna Sherry Hitch (“Mank,” “The Irishman”) was invited […]

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  • Kendra Mann teaching Communication Studies class

    COMM 333/315: Communication and Technology

    Welcome to CCIM Class Spotlight, a new content series that explores the variety of classes offered across our college—from our signature courses to our newest class offering. In this blog post, Associate Lecturer of Communication Studies Kendra Mann talks about a new course she will teach this Summer and Fall titled “Communication & Technology”.  * […]

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  • April calendar

    Good News April

    Hello everyone and welcome to our “Good News” outlet — the monthly rendez-vous where we all get to channel our inner Charlie Cardinal and chirp for our CCIM community’s accomplishments.   Alumni TCOM Alumna and songwriter Tiara Thomas & singer-songwriter H.E.R. won Best Original Song at the 2021 Academy Awards for “Fight for You.” Last month, […]

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  • Peggy Fisher headhshot

    Meet our Faculty: Peggy Fisher

    Meet Dr. Peggy Fisher, a faculty from the Department of Communication Studies who is retiring this May after 26 years at Ball State. This faculty spotlight honors her outstanding contributions inside the classroom and for the Muncie community as a whole. * * * Could you share the personal journey that led you to become […]

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  • March calendar

    Good News March

    Hello everyone and welcome to our monthly Good News outlet. March is Women’s History Month, a time to highlight the contributions of women to events in history and contemporary society. Alumni & Students TCOM Alumna and songwriter Tiara Thomas & singer-songwriter H.E.R. won song of the year at the 2021 Grammy Awards for “I Can’t Breathe,” which […]

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