Fall 2020 

Book Arts Collaborative 

Book Arts Collaborative is an immersive community letterpress and hand-sewn book bindery where the students are first taught and then they teach the community. This is done working with Tribune Showprint. In fall 2020, the class will be History of the Book. The course is English 421: Studies in Literary History and will meet 2:00-2:50 MWF. Later in the semester, there will be floating lab times scheduled at the students' convenience. 

Hear past students talk about what they have gained from the course. 

For more information, contact Dr. Rai Peterson, Department of English. 


CS4MS+: Computer Science for Muncie (and Surrounding) Schools

In this project you will:

  • Have a significant positive impact in the lives of hundreds of local school students and teachers
  • Have significant control over what you do in the course
  • Share your love of computer science and problem solving
  • Research, develop, curate, and deliver instructional resources
  • Advance teachers’ understanding of CS and/or interact with their students as a learning assistant
  • Experience personal and professional growth


This project needs an interdisciplinary team of students. Although a focus of this project is students in the computer science major or minor, if you are majoring or minoring in a related area, such as education, mathematical sciences, natural sciences, computer technology, or simply have an interest, this project is for you. This course is offered for 1,2, or 3 credit hours and can fit your schedule! Extensive computer science knowledge is not required. 


Check out this flyer more information.


To apply for the project, contact David Largent, Department of Computer Science.


Measuring and Reporting Sustainability

Sustainability reporting is a strategy for monitoring and improving an organization’s environmental, social, and economic progress toward sustainable development goals. Thousands of multinational companies use the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standards to publicly disclose their goals, successes, and challenges. For eight years, teams of students have collaborated with Ball State’s Council on the Environment and a host of administrators, faculty, and community members to prepare sustainability reports for Ball State. By the end of this project, students were well-versed in the process, metrics, and GRI framework for sustainability reporting.

Be a part of the team that prepares Ball State's 9th sustainability report during fall of 2020. Undergraduate and graduate students with interest in sustainable development, energy and material flow, organizational governance, social equity, or those with expertise in journalism, writing, accounting, photography, or graphic and publication design should apply. This class (SUST 330) is worth three credits and meets Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 11:00 to 11:50am. 

For more information, contact Mary Annette Rose, Department of Educational Studies. 

Spanish Grammar for Heritage Speakers

With this project, heritage and native Spanish speakers will have the opportunity to participate in a community project that supports dual language programs in local schools. 

Check out this poster for further details. 

For more information, contact Dr. Chin-Sook Pak, Department of Modern Languages and Classics