• Availability for COVID Dataset for BSU researchers

    SafeGraph is providing free access to their various datasets to help researchers, non-profits, and governments around the world with response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus). So far, 1,000+ organizations like the CDC are already in the consortium and are using SafeGraph and partner company datasets at no-cost. The data includes aggregated and anonymized datasets on social distancing and […]

  • COVID-19 Resources

    Free Resources COVID-19 Preparedness: How ready is your county? This dashboard uses a host of factors — everything from the relative age of the population to the number of nearby hospital beds and staff — to determine which counties are best prepared for an outbreak and which might need more help. COVID-19 Dashboard by the […]

  • Reach for the Stars: The largest planetarium in Indiana continues to inspire and educate

    When you visit the Charles W. Brown Planetarium at Ball State, one common refrain you will hear, from students helping patrons with hands-on science experiments to the show presenter, is: this is the largest planetarium in Indiana. The Brown Planetarium seats 150 and welcomes more than 20,000 visitors annually. In an academic year, more than […]

  • Research Review

    Welcome to the Winter 2010 issue of Ball State Research! This is the 22nd issue of the annual publication formerly known as BeneFacta and includes pages displaying representative scholarly and creative work of Ball State University researchers. The creative scholars found on the expandable links on the right of this page demonstrate the great energy, ingenuity, and dedication […]