A broad framework of interdisciplinary educational activities is scheduled for CERES each year. These activities rely on the faculty expertise, published work, and student awareness developed in regularly scheduled courses taught in the respective departmental curricula.

Students at Ball State canĀ take energy courses that are related to a specific discipline or to participate in campus wide energy education and awareness programs. ContinuingĀ education classes, both on and off campus, are offered as well.

Here are examples of recent educational activities:

SBSE 2003 Summer Retreat

SBSE High Performance School Buildings Workshop

Clustered Minors in Environmentally Sustainable Practices

Vital Signs: CERES Student Scholars Program

CERES Visiting Scholars Program

Building Diagnostics Course

Hands-on Energy Conservation Labs

Staff Teaching as Faculty Within the Department of Architecture