Tag: community

  • Deans’ Shootout – CCIM Student POV

    Kwesi Rogers joined Dean Turner in the 2022 Deans’ Shootout. *** The sixth edition of the Cardinal Deans’ Shootout took place at halftime of the Ball State-Northern Illinois men’s basketball game on Tuesday, February 15th. Dean Paaige Turner and Department of Media, senior Kwesi Rogers were a force to be reckoned with during the timed free […]

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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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  • Six Muncie Organizations Need Our Support: How Can You Help?

    In January, CCIM announced it would lead the university’s first Immersive Learning Collaborative — a two- to three-year partnership with one community partner. This long-term, multi-phased effort builds on the typical one-semester immersive experience to better address a persistent issue in our community. The college selected the 8Twelve Coalition — a team of more than […]

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  • Volunteers pose in front of a house they are renovating

    CCIM Pilots Ball State’s First Immersive Learning Collaborative

    Our college leads many of the university’s reported 4,000 immersive experiences each year. Faculty guide interdisciplinary, student-driven teams that collaborate with businesses, nonprofits and government agencies to address community challenges. Without a doubt, the current immersive model produces transformative results, but it presents some challenges. In the typical one-semester class, faculty and students often struggle […]

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