Tag: Communication Studies


  • An Incredible One Ball State Day

    One Ball State Day was an incredible success. This year we raised upwards of 1 million dollars for the whole University and 67,728 for the CCIM Department! With lots of friendly competition and tons of amazing donors, OBSD was a day to remember. Leading Up Leading up to OBSD was a busy and exciting time […]

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  • The Daily News Celebrates 100 Years

    This year, The Ball State Daily News will celebrate its 100th anniversary. Since 1922, The Ball State Daily News has brought the latest information to Ball State and Muncie communities. They have carried on through generations helping countless students begin their media careers. The 100th Anniversary Open House will be from 5-6:30 pm, Thursday, March […]

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  • Student Spotlight: Jaylyn Graham

    Meet Jaylyn Graham ’22, a graduate student majoring in Information and Communication Science & Emerging Media and Design. In this blog, Jaylyn shares how his passions have created a multitude of opportunities for his future, how they’ve driven his success, and have ultimately led him to be the person he is today.   * * * […]

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  • A 3D Look Inside CCIM

    “The College of Communication, Information, and Media creates challenging educational experiences that prepare students for careers as ethical practitioners and scholars. CCIM redefines the intersection of communication and technology while emphasizing the importance of human interaction.” — MISSION STATEMENT Our Values ethical and professional behavior creativity as a catalyst for innovation, entrepreneurship, and discovery collaborative […]

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  • Good News November

    Hello everyone and welcome to our monthly Good News outlet. This month sure has flown by! Alumni Rebecca Slezak ’21 recently started as the staff photojournalist for The Dallas Morning News. Bernie Kohn graduated from the School of Journalism and Strategic Communication, formally Department of Journalism in 1982. He is currently News Director at Bloomberg […]

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  • Good News October

    Hello everyone and welcome back to our “Good News” outlet. We’ve missed you.   CCIM Units CCIM women’s table raised over $2,000 at “Just Desserts” (Boys and Girls Club Fundraiser). On October 4th, we announced a series of key changes, including: The Department of Journalism is renamed the School of Journalism and Strategic Communication. Consistent […]

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  • Dogs and Donuts

    It’s that time of year again, the sun sets earlier, the leaves are changing…and midterms are approaching. What better way to destress and relax than dogs and donuts at our Living-Learning Community, Botsford/Swinford?  * * * A Living Learning Community Experience   Each year we ask our faculty, students, and community to come on campus […]

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

    Ball State University’s College of Communication, Information, and Media (CCIM) is thrilled 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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