July 11, 2019
The College of Health Dean’s Office will be moving to the New Health Professions Building beginning on July 15th, 2019. Please bear with us as we will be in-between offices for a few days. If you need to contact us, email will be the best form of communication. The phone numbers for all College of Health Dean’s Office employees will remain the same. Our new room number is HB 214. We’ll officially be back open for business July 18, 2019.
June 19, 2019
Congratulations to Dr. Deanna Pucciarelli who spoke at the World Health Organization Conference in Geneva, Switzerland. Her talk titled Positive Nutrition: Traditional Diets for a Healthy Life is available for online viewing.
Dec. 10, 2018
Dr. Scott Trappe, a John and Janice Fisher Professor of Exercise Science and Director of the Human Performance Laboratory, was a featured interview on NPR to discuss lifelong exercise and aging. Full interview.
Sept. 18, 2018
Congratulations to both Ball State University’s College of Health, as well as Dr. Place on receiving the Community Health Partnership’s Trailblazer Award for her project in partnership with Meridian Health Services, titled “Multi-Scalar Investigation on Pathways to Health Equity for Maternal Opioid Treatments in Delaware County, Indiana.” See the release.
WIPB’s “Wellness Matters”
Dec. 16, 2017
Watch a feature about the laboratory on WIPB’s health and wellness show. See the story.
Inside Indiana Business
Sept. 29, 2016
Founding Dean Mitch Whaley tells Inside Indiana Business the college’s focus will break down silos and focus on collaboration so they are focused on a similar environment when they enter the professional workforce. See the story.
The Daily News
July 28, 2017
School of Kinesiology Professor Larry Judge traveled to London with a team of athletes to compete in the 2017 World Para Athletics Championships. See the story.
The Star Press
June 26, 2017
Ball State was among recipients who received a series of grants intending to improve how doctors are trained. See the story.
Ball State University
Dec. 13, 2016
The Human Performance Laboratory joined with two other major national research institutions on a project to uncover how exercise changes the body on a molecular level. See the story.
Ball State Magazine
Dec. 22, 2016
Our curtain-raiser on the College of Health humanizes the impact of having six academic units under a single umbrella and adds two important points of context: (1) Indiana’s health care jobs in the coming years are expected to grow at twice the rate of jobs overall. (2) The college’s collaborative ethos is more than buzzy. It’s improving patient care. See the story.