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This one-day workshop will allow high school students to experience a realistic exercise in understanding the fundamental forces that affect development in our communities.
Ball State instructors and alumni passionate about the built environment engage with high school students through a partnership with Project Lead the Way.
High school students grades 9-12 learn about architecture, site evaluation, ecology, sustainability, planning, sketching, and 3D modeling.
High school students will experience a variety of design fields such as architecture, landscape architecture, and urban planning.
Inside and out of the classroom, you will work closely with our faculty as they—and you—make a major difference in communities around the state.
All six of the Ball State’s student teams from the University’s College of Architecture and Planning (CAP) competing in this year’s Solar Decathlon De …
I draw to record the mysteries and complexities of the built environment, so that the lessons can be applied in the design process later. Sketching on …
I first participated in CAP Asia in the Spring of 2005 when I joined Nihal Perera, a faculty member in urban planning, and a group of eighteen student …
Graduating with one of our degrees will connect you with the R. Wayne Estopinal College of Architecture and Planning’s active alumni network that spans the country. Our alumni stay involved with Ball State long after leaving through events, visits to campus, and projects with us, as well as actively recruiting students for their companies.
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Architecture Building (AB), Room 327Ball State UniversityMuncie , IN 47306