Upcoming Events
All Day Event
Calendar: Registrar
Electronic final grade submission is available for classes taught in the first 5 week Term 31.
All Day Event
Calendar: Registrar
Classes taught in the first 5 week part of Term 31 end today.
9 a.m.
Organist Bruce NeswickBruce Neswick is Canon for Music at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Portland, Oregon. Prior to this appointment he was Associate Professor of Organ Music at Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music. Event is free and open to the public.
12:30 p.m.
LEAP Indiana invites you to join the conversation about the innovative ideas and practices their members are using across the state.
1 p.m.
This interactive Q&A session will be moderated by Erin Moore, Office of Community Engagement, and feature insights from four community partners with extensive experience working with Ball State faculty and students.
1 p.m.
Jeffrey NytchJeffrey Nytch enjoys a diverse career as a composer, educator, arts administrator, and consultant. He is director of the Entrepreneurship Center for Music and associate professor of composition at the University of Colorado Boulder. Lecture titled "The Entrepreneurial Musician: Building a Career in Music" will take place via Zoom and is free and open to the public.
3 p.m.
Ball State now has an Accelerated Master’s Program (AMP) in Sociology. The AMP allows students to complete both a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in 5 years (rather than the 6 years it typically takes to earn both degrees). Come to an AMP information Session to learn more.
3 p.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
Coffee TalksJoin us for connection and discussion with other grad students! All sessions held via Zoom. We will email the link regularly from GradWellness.
3 p.m.
Earn Both a BA and MA in Sociology in Only 5 Years! Ball State now has an Accelerated Master’s Program (AMP) in Sociology. The AMP allows students to complete both a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in 5 years (rather than the 6 years it typically takes to earn both degrees). 
6 p.m.
Earn both a BA and MA in Sociology in only 5 Years! Ball State now has an Accelerated Master’s Program (AMP) in Sociology. The AMP allows students to complete both a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in 5 years (rather than the 6 years it typically takes to earn both degrees). 
6 p.m.
Jeffrey NytchJeffrey Nytch enjoys a diverse career as a composer, educator, arts administrator, and consultant. He is director of the Entrepreneurship Center for Music and associate professor of composition at the University of Colorado Boulder. Workshop titled "Popcorn and Vending Machines: Lessons from a non-linear career path” will take place via Zoom and is free and open to the public.
7:30 p.m.
The BurdensSept. 23 - Oct. 2 Mordy is a struggling musician living in Los Angeles. His older sister Jane is a successful attorney and a mother of three in New Jersey. But when their widowed mother's life becomes emotionally and financially taxed by her terrible, centenarian father, these two adult siblings are drawn together into an elaborate plot to relieve their mother’s burden and their own. Told almost entirely via text messages, The Burdens is a dark, family comedy about how technology helps keep us close, while still enabling us to keep our distance. It’s sometimes easier to type something than it is to say it face to face. But please, be careful of auto-correct. It can be murder.
3 p.m.
Ball State now has an Accelerated Master’s Program (AMP) in Sociology. The AMP allows students to complete both a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in 5 years (rather than the 6 years it typically takes to earn both degrees). Come to an AMP information Session to learn more.
All Day Event
Calendar: Registrar
Classes for the middle 5 week part of Term 32 begin today.
All Day Event
Calendar: Registrar
Classes for the second 10 week part of Term 42 begin today.
10 a.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
IRB WorkshopYou are invited to participate in the Pathways Study Halls offered in-person and online synchronously.
11 a.m.
University Libraries WorkshopAre you interested in learning more about Omeka, online exhibits, and content management systems? In this workshop, we will discuss the foundational principles behind the Omeka platform, some of the best practices, and different ways it has been used. Attendees will also receive a tutorial walk-through of the platform, importing and organizing collections, exhibit building, additional plugins for expanded features, and other important resources.
2 p.m.
Earn both a BA and MA in Sociology in only 5 Years! Ball State now has an Accelerated Master’s Program (AMP) in Sociology. The AMP allows students to complete both a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in 5 years (rather than the 6 years it typically takes to earn both degrees). 
3 p.m.
University Libraries WorkshopThis workshop will help students better understand what copyright is and what copyright laws cover. Attendees will learn about their rights as copyright holders and ways to license and share their work. Attendees will also learn about respecting the rights of others, how they can legally use copyrighted content in their scholarship, and where to find content that is in the public domain or has been openly licensed.
5 p.m.
Earn both a BA and MA in Sociology in only 5 Years! Ball State now has an Accelerated Master’s Program (AMP) in Sociology. The AMP allows students to complete both a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in 5 years (rather than the 6 years it typically takes to earn both degrees). 
5:30 p.m.
Guest speaker Dr. Alida Liberman outlines some serious moral challenges for medical crowdfunding
7:30 p.m.
The CatastrophistSept 21- Oct. 2 How do you plan for a catastrophe? Virologist Nathan Wolfe, named one of TIME’s 100 Most Influential People in the World for his work tracking viral pandemic outbreaks, proposed pandemic insurance years before the novel coronavirus outbreak. No one bought it. Now, in a post-COVID world, we hear his story—presented as cinematic digital theatre. MTC Playwright in Residence Lauren Gunderson returns with a time-jumping tale based on the life and work of Nathan Wolfe (who also happens to be her husband). Though not a play about COVID19, it is a true story of a pandemic expert. An interactive deep dive into the profundities of scientific exploration and the harrowing realities of facing your own mortality, The Catastrophist is a world premiere theatrical experience built of and for this moment in time.
12 p.m.
University Libraries WorkshopESRI Dashboards are designed to display multiple visualizations of GIS Datasets that work together on a single screen. They offer a comprehensive view of the data in map, chart and graph form. Dashboards have become easily recognizable after being used to show daily Covid-19 updates during the pandemic.
12 p.m.
Journey to GERMANY as presented by an international student from that country.
7 p.m.
Muncie Education History: University Libraries WorkshopJoin us for a nostalgic panel presentation about bygone school days in Muncie and Delaware County. This program will include stories about some amazing educators and schools from local history. This presentation will feature lots of historic photographs that will transport you back to days of chalkboards, reading, writing and arithmetic. Register for the event to receive a confirmation email with a link to join the program.
7:30 p.m.
The BurdensSept. 23 - Oct. 2 Mordy is a struggling musician living in Los Angeles. His older sister Jane is a successful attorney and a mother of three in New Jersey. But when their widowed mother's life becomes emotionally and financially taxed by her terrible, centenarian father, these two adult siblings are drawn together into an elaborate plot to relieve their mother’s burden and their own. Told almost entirely via text messages, The Burdens is a dark, family comedy about how technology helps keep us close, while still enabling us to keep our distance. It’s sometimes easier to type something than it is to say it face to face. But please, be careful of auto-correct. It can be murder.
7:30 p.m.
University TheatreSept. 23- Oct 2 Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 case that legalized abortion, is still fiercely debated over forty years later. In this incisive play, acclaimed writer Lisa Loomer cuts through the headlines and rhetoric to reveal the divergent personal journeys of lawyer Sarah Weddington and plaintiff Norma McCorvey ("Jane Roe") in the years following the fateful decision. In turns shocking, humorous, and poignant, ROE reflects the polarization in America today while illuminating the heart and passion each side has for its cause.
All Day Event
Calendar: Registrar
Today is the last day to add/drop for classes taught in the middle 5 week part of Term 32.
10 a.m.
University Libraries WorkshopInterested in exploring the world of building materials? We will cover tips and tricks for finding suitable materials for your purposes, and introduce you to tools and strategies to stay up-to-date on the latest material innovations.
11 a.m.
University Libraries WorkshopThis workshop will explore helpful research tools at the University Libraries for graduate students in educational psychology, clinical psychology, counseling psychology, and other psychology-related fields. Find out about specialized search options in the University Libraries’ largest psychology database, APA PsycInfo. Discover research from your peers at Ball State and other institutions with thesis and dissertation databases, and learn about options for finding test reviews and the full text of tests and measures.
4 p.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
IRB WorkshopYou are invited to participate in the Pathways Study Halls offered in-person and online synchronously.
4 p.m.
Educators are invited to join Dr. La France for an overview of "Memories & Inspiration: The Kerry and C. Betty Davis Collection of African American Art."
5 p.m.
Calendar: Registrar
All final grade submission for the first 5 week classes must be submitted electronically by 4:59 p.m. today.
6 p.m.
By attending this session, you will hear from program faculty and students about the curriculum, program philosophy, comprehensive exams and dissertation, professional development, and application process. There will also be time for discussion regarding your questions.
7:30 p.m.
The CatastrophistSept 21- Oct. 2 How do you plan for a catastrophe? Virologist Nathan Wolfe, named one of TIME’s 100 Most Influential People in the World for his work tracking viral pandemic outbreaks, proposed pandemic insurance years before the novel coronavirus outbreak. No one bought it. Now, in a post-COVID world, we hear his story—presented as cinematic digital theatre. MTC Playwright in Residence Lauren Gunderson returns with a time-jumping tale based on the life and work of Nathan Wolfe (who also happens to be her husband). Though not a play about COVID19, it is a true story of a pandemic expert. An interactive deep dive into the profundities of scientific exploration and the harrowing realities of facing your own mortality, The Catastrophist is a world premiere theatrical experience built of and for this moment in time.
7:30 p.m.
University TheatreSept. 23- Oct 2 Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 case that legalized abortion, is still fiercely debated over forty years later. In this incisive play, acclaimed writer Lisa Loomer cuts through the headlines and rhetoric to reveal the divergent personal journeys of lawyer Sarah Weddington and plaintiff Norma McCorvey ("Jane Roe") in the years following the fateful decision. In turns shocking, humorous, and poignant, ROE reflects the polarization in America today while illuminating the heart and passion each side has for its cause.
12 a.m.
Applications the ASPiRE Hollis Fund Competition are due October 1. The program is open to faculty and graduate students.
All Day Event
Calendar: Registrar
Today is the last day to add/drop for classes taught in the second 10 week part of term 42.
1 p.m.
Immersive Learning EntrywayThe Office of Immersive Learning welcomes you to attend our Open House on Friday, October 1, 2021, from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm.
2:30 p.m.
University TheatreSept. 23- Oct 2 Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 case that legalized abortion, is still fiercely debated over forty years later. In this incisive play, acclaimed writer Lisa Loomer cuts through the headlines and rhetoric to reveal the divergent personal journeys of lawyer Sarah Weddington and plaintiff Norma McCorvey ("Jane Roe") in the years following the fateful decision. In turns shocking, humorous, and poignant, ROE reflects the polarization in America today while illuminating the heart and passion each side has for its cause.
3 p.m.
University Libraries and Sponsored Projects Administration are combining forces to provide an overview of searching for funding opportunities, resources for your search, ways to build collaborations, and how Library resources can be used to support your scholarly endeavors.
7:30 p.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
Join us for a Netflix Movie Party!
7:30 p.m.
The BurdensSept. 23 - Oct. 2 Mordy is a struggling musician living in Los Angeles. His older sister Jane is a successful attorney and a mother of three in New Jersey. But when their widowed mother's life becomes emotionally and financially taxed by her terrible, centenarian father, these two adult siblings are drawn together into an elaborate plot to relieve their mother’s burden and their own. Told almost entirely via text messages, The Burdens is a dark, family comedy about how technology helps keep us close, while still enabling us to keep our distance. It’s sometimes easier to type something than it is to say it face to face. But please, be careful of auto-correct. It can be murder.
8:30 a.m.
Ball State University’s Department of Urban Planning is partnering with the Urban Land Institute (ULI) to bring the UrbanPlan program to Delaware and other surrounding counties in Indiana. 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. Students experience challenging issues, private and public sector roles, complex trade-offs, and fundamental economics in play when proposing realistic land use solutions to vexing growth challenges.
10 a.m.
Have you heard about the field of School Psychology? Please join us to learn about this exciting and high-demand profession. We have two programs, one is a 3-year EdS to prepare students for practice in schools, and the other a 5-year PhD program leading to licensure eligibility as a psychologist. Both programs emphasize equity, advocacy, well-rounded training in mental health services, psychological assessment, working with teachers and parents, and hands-on practice throughout the curriculum. Come find out what this field offers you as a fulfilling and highly employable profession!
2:30 p.m.
The CatastrophistSept 21- Oct. 2 How do you plan for a catastrophe? Virologist Nathan Wolfe, named one of TIME’s 100 Most Influential People in the World for his work tracking viral pandemic outbreaks, proposed pandemic insurance years before the novel coronavirus outbreak. No one bought it. Now, in a post-COVID world, we hear his story—presented as cinematic digital theatre. MTC Playwright in Residence Lauren Gunderson returns with a time-jumping tale based on the life and work of Nathan Wolfe (who also happens to be her husband). Though not a play about COVID19, it is a true story of a pandemic expert. An interactive deep dive into the profundities of scientific exploration and the harrowing realities of facing your own mortality, The Catastrophist is a world premiere theatrical experience built of and for this moment in time.
2:30 p.m.
University TheatreSept. 23- Oct 2 Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 case that legalized abortion, is still fiercely debated over forty years later. In this incisive play, acclaimed writer Lisa Loomer cuts through the headlines and rhetoric to reveal the divergent personal journeys of lawyer Sarah Weddington and plaintiff Norma McCorvey ("Jane Roe") in the years following the fateful decision. In turns shocking, humorous, and poignant, ROE reflects the polarization in America today while illuminating the heart and passion each side has for its cause.
7:30 p.m.
The BurdensSept. 23 - Oct. 2 Mordy is a struggling musician living in Los Angeles. His older sister Jane is a successful attorney and a mother of three in New Jersey. But when their widowed mother's life becomes emotionally and financially taxed by her terrible, centenarian father, these two adult siblings are drawn together into an elaborate plot to relieve their mother’s burden and their own. Told almost entirely via text messages, The Burdens is a dark, family comedy about how technology helps keep us close, while still enabling us to keep our distance. It’s sometimes easier to type something than it is to say it face to face. But please, be careful of auto-correct. It can be murder.
All Day Event
Calendar: Registrar
Electronic midterm grade submission is available for full term undergraduate courses.
4 p.m.
University Libraries WorkshopThis livestreaming presentation from the University Libraries is aimed at the graduate student in Applied Behavior Analysis who wants to improve their searching skills beyond the basics. Join us and explore topics like getting the most out of a database thesaurus, best practices for searching effectively and efficiently on your topic, and how to save searches so you can repeat them later. Databases covered include APA PsycInfo, ERIC, and Web of Science.
All Day Event
Calendar: Registrar
Today is the last day to web withdraw for classes in the first 10 week part of Term 41.
10 a.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
IRB WorkshopYou are invited to participate in the Pathways Study Halls offered in-person and online synchronously.
10 a.m.
Do you enjoy outdoor environments? Designing? Problem-solving? Thinking critically? Investing three exciting years in our nationally-ranked MLA program will prepare you for a vital, in-demand career planning and designing the landscapes in which we live, work, and play! Join the MLA program director for a virtual session about the LA profession, curriculum, costs, financial support, and application process. $60 application fee waived for attendees!
11 a.m.
University Libraries WorkshopIn this workshop, attendees will learn about digital scholarship in the classroom. This takes on two different modes: the use of existing digital scholarship in course readings, etc. and the production of digital scholarship through work assignments. Attendees will hear examples from other scholars and students about their experience with digital scholarship in the classroom and what advice they may give to others looking to incorporate it into future courses.
3 p.m.
Join EMDD faculty as we discuss the EMDD master's program this October. Our two-year program offers hands-on professional development to enhance your resume, widen your skill sets, broaden your network, and curate a robust portfolio. Work with global organizations like Circle of Blue, one-of-a-kind artists like Garfield creator Jim Davis, or community partners like Big Brothers, Big Sisters. If you have a passion for technology, problem-solving, creativity, or storytelling, join us on October 5. Let's create change together.
5:30 p.m.
A screening and discussion of the short documentary "Union Maids"
7 p.m.
A book club discussion for those in the African American Studies minor
11 a.m.
University Libraries WorkshopPlease join the University Libraries for a livestream presentation on EndNote, a free citation management software. If you need to manage lots of citations, EndNote might be the solution for you. Use it to organize references and create bibliographies in many citation styles, including APA and MLA. You can download a copy of EndNote X9 before the session here (Ball State username and password required).
12 p.m.
Join us for a free virtual information session to learn more about our Master’s in Business Administration and Business Graduate Certificates at Ball State University. What’s more . . . We will discuss program details, course structure and admission requirements.We have new GRE and GMAT waiver options, making the Ball State MBA even more accessible.By attending this session, we will waive the cost of the $60 Ball State University Graduate School application fee. Once you have attended the session, you will receive more information about this offer.
12 p.m.
Journey to PAKISTAN as presented by an international student from that country.
2 p.m.
University Libraries WorkshopPlease join the University Libraries for a presentation on EndNote, a free citation management software. If you need to manage lots of citations, EndNote might be the solution for you. Use it to organize references and create bibliographies in many citation styles, including APA and MLA. You can download a copy of EndNote before the session here (Ball State username and password required).
4 p.m.
University Libraries WorkshopThis webinar will highlight 5 resources for elementary teachers to find free educational materials for use in the classroom, and provide tips to help teachers evaluate educational materials found online before including them in lesson plans.
7 p.m.
Attend a live webinar to learn more about the online master's in applied behavioral analysis (ABA) and special education.
8 p.m.
Join us for a free virtual information session to learn more about our Master’s in Business Administration and Business Graduate Certificates at Ball State University. What’s more . . . We will discuss program details, course structure and admission requirements.We have new GRE and GMAT waiver options, making the Ball State MBA even more accessible.By attending this session, we will waive the cost of the $60 Ball State University Graduate School application fee. Once you have attended the session, you will receive more information about this offer.
11 a.m.
University Libraries WorkshopPlease join the University Libraries for a presentation on EndNote, a free citation management software. If you need to manage lots of citations, EndNote might be the solution for you. Use it to organize references and create bibliographies in many citation styles, including APA and MLA. You can download a copy of EndNote before the session here (Ball State username and password required).
2 p.m.
University Libraries WorkshopPlease join the University Libraries for a livestream presentation on EndNote, a free citation management software. If you need to manage lots of citations, EndNote might be the solution for you. Use it to organize references and create bibliographies in many citation styles, including APA and MLA. You can download a copy of EndNote X9 before the session here (Ball State username and password required).
4 p.m.
University Libraries WorkshopThis webinar will highlight online resources for middle and high school lesson ideas, materials, and activities that incorporate diversity, equity, and inclusion themes. The presentation will also showcase items in the physical collections at the University Libraries.
4 p.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
IRB WorkshopYou are invited to participate in the Pathways Study Halls offered in-person and online synchronously.
6 p.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
Coffee TalksJoin us for connection and discussion with other grad students! All sessions held via Zoom. We will email the link regularly from GradWellness.
6 p.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
Explore opportunities to get involved in service in the Muncie area.
All Day Event
Professor overlooks computersFall 2021 Immersive Learning Online Module CertificationApplication Deadline: October 8, 2021
2 p.m.
University Libraries WorkshopHave you published journal articles in the past? Are you working towards your first publication? One often-ignored step in the process is the Author’s Accepted Manuscript—the peer-reviewed, preprint version of your article. This University Libraries session will explore what an AAM is, what freedoms it gives authors, and how you can use your AAM to drive additional engagement and citations with your final publication.
2:30 p.m.
Summary - International Hangout Libya - Friday, October 8, 2021 - 2:30 PM to 5:00 PM - Student Center Yuhas Room 102 -Learn about Libya’s music and landscapes and relax while feeling immersed in the culture.
3 p.m.
University Libraries WorkshopInterested in learning how COVID-19 might impact the future of building materials in the built environment? We will cover how to research the latest findings on the impact of the built environment on the spread of COVID-19.
3 p.m.
University Libraries WorkshopIf you will be working on a literature review for your project or papers and have questions, come and learn from the experts. Find out how to locate resources and develop a literature review. A faculty panel will share ideas and information about putting together one of the most important parts of research.
5:30 p.m.
The Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies Ball State University in conjunction with Muncie Public Library presents this free lecture and discussion series.
12 p.m.
Journey to TURKEY as presented by an international student from that country.
3 p.m.
University Libraries WorkshopThis presentation will inform researchers and academics how copyright applies to their scholarly publications. Participants will learn how traditional publishing methods can affect an author’s copyright ownership of their scholarly articles as most publishers require researchers to sign a copyright transfer agreement. Attendees will discover tools and tactics, including the SPARC Author Addendum, to help them negotiate with publishers to retain certain rights to re-use and share content they have authored. Participants will also understand how publishing their work in an open access journal may allow them to retain full copyright ownership of their scholarship and learn how to manage those rights.
4 p.m.
University Libraries WorkshopThis webinar will highlight online resources for middle and high school lesson ideas, materials, and activities that incorporate diversity, equity, and inclusion themes. The presentation will also showcase items in the physical collections at the University Libraries.
7 p.m.
Attend a live webinar to learn more about the online MAE in Elementary Education.
9 a.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
The Writing Center will host WRITE START, writing time just for graduate students.
1 p.m.
Do you wish to make an impact on a major city? In our program, you don’t just learn about urban design, you do urban design! A one-year Indy-based Master of Urban Design (MUD) degree from Ball State University’s College of Architecture and Planning (CAP) provides the skills to be an interdisciplinary leader in the design of our cities.
2 p.m.
University Libraries WorkshopThis workshop will explore helpful research tools at the University Libraries for graduate students in educational psychology, clinical psychology, counseling psychology, and other psychology-related fields. Find out about specialized search options in the University Libraries’ largest psychology database, APA PsycInfo. Discover research from your peers at Ball State and other institutions with thesis and dissertation databases, and learn about options for finding test reviews and the full text of tests and measures.
4 p.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
IRB WorkshopYou are invited to participate in the Pathways Study Halls offered in-person and online synchronously.
4 p.m.
University Libraries WorkshopThis webinar will highlight 5 resources for elementary teachers to find free educational materials for use in the classroom, and provide tips to help teachers evaluate educational materials found online before including them in lesson plans.
9 a.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
The Writing Center will host WRITE START, writing time just for graduate students.
10 a.m.
Imagine a cityscape that reflects a rich architectural past within a smart, sustainable future. Now, imagine you guided that effort—a balance of historic preservation and best practices. Our master of science in historic preservation (MSHP) fuses your passion for the past with innovative approaches.
11 a.m.
Join the College of Architecture and Planning for an information session, open house and trip to Indianapolis and find out more about the 2-year or 3- year M.Arch program. The Department of Architecture at Ball State University inspires students to engage the discipline of architecture with the grounding of a rigorous professional education and the confidence to innovate. We value the dialogue between critical thinking, designing, and making to advance the discourse in the profession. The faculty instill in students the power of doing and the importance of engagement in a rich variety of architectural practices.
12 p.m.
Soprano Deborah LiftonDeborah Lifton is associate professor of voice at The Hartt School in West Hartford, CT and is passionately committed to equipping young singers with the technical and artistic tools for success. Event is free and open to the public.
2 p.m.
Douglas ShadleDouglas W. Shadle is associate professor of musicology at Vanderbilt's Blair School of Music. His award-winning scholarship interrogates the roles played by symphony orchestras and orchestral music in American culture, past and present. Lecture is titled “Florence Beatrice Price: The Untold Story of Civil Rights Law in the Career of a Distinguished Black Composer.” Event is free and open to the public.
4:59 p.m.
Calendar: Registrar
All midterm grade submission for full term undergraduate classes must be submitted electronically by 4:59 p.m. today.
7:30 p.m.
A History of Knowing and Loving and Remembering and ForgettingOct. 15-17 A series of solos and duets that encompass the themes associated with the title.
8 a.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
Mental Wellness Matters was a 5-week online community run through Canvas and was designed to help graduate students integrate mental health techniques and practices into their day-to-day lives in an attempt to reduce the impact stressors have on mental health. If you're interested, sign-up for Session 2 that begins October 25th.
3 p.m.
Learn more about how you can make a difference in the public sector with a Masters in Public Administration from Ball State University. The program provides a theoretical understanding and practical awareness of public policy. Our graduates are equipped with the principles of management that enable them to successfully administer in the public sector.
7:30 p.m.
A History of Knowing and Loving and Remembering and ForgettingOct. 15-17 A series of solos and duets that encompass the themes associated with the title.
2:30 p.m.
A History of Knowing and Loving and Remembering and ForgettingOct. 15-17 A series of solos and duets that encompass the themes associated with the title.
12 p.m.
Violinist Benny KimAcclaimed violinist Benny Kim has given countless masterclasses around the world and is associate professor of violin at the University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC) Conservatory. Event is free and open to the public.
1 p.m.
Are you interested in research or data analysis? Would you enjoy working for a state agency, non-profit organization, or institution of higher education? Are you considering earning a PhD, JD, or MD but are worried about getting lost in the competitive environment of a large program? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then I want to encourage you to come learn more about how a Master’s Degree in Sociology can help you reach your goals.
6 p.m.
Join us for an interest session for Ball State’s Student Affairs Administration in Higher Education (SAAHE) master’s program.  You will hear from the Program Director, meet faculty, and ask questions of current SAAHE students, and learn more about the application process.
6 p.m.
Are you interested in research or data analysis? Would you enjoy working for a state agency, non-profit organization, or institution of higher education? Are you considering earning a PhD, JD, or MD but are worried about getting lost in the competitive environment of a large program? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then I want to encourage you to come learn more about how a Master’s Degree in Sociology can help you reach your goals.
10 a.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
IRB WorkshopYou are invited to participate in the Pathways Study Halls offered in-person and online synchronously.
10 a.m.
Representatives from five different offices will be available to answer questions related to immersive learning experiences, community partner projects, and more! Faculty support office hours will be available (via Zoom) on Tuesday, October 19, 2021.
10 a.m.
Join us for the largest professional development event of the year October 19–21. Network with alumni as they join us on campus to participate in numerous panel discussions. Alumni will share their experiences leading a range of industries, including manufacturing, financial services and telecommunications. Networking and social opportunities complement professional development sessions and workshops.
11 a.m.
University Libraries WorkshopIn this workshop, attendees will be introduced to the role of copyright and access regarding digital scholarship. Attendees will gain an understand of the role of copyright in defining how digital scholarship created by others can be accessed, shared, and built upon. Additionally, attendees will learn about their rights as digital scholarship creators and how to effectively manage those rights and permissions.
2 p.m.
University Libraries WorkshopDiscover how to find company information for assignments or investing purposes using subscription databases available to Ball State University students, faculty, and staff. Sources include articles as well as company, stock, and industry reports. Participants will learn about creating lists of company data as well as finding articles and reports.
2 p.m.
Are you interested in research or data analysis? Would you enjoy working for a state agency, non-profit organization, or institution of higher education? Are you considering earning a PhD, JD, or MD but are worried about getting lost in the competitive environment of a large program? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then I want to encourage you to come learn more about how a Master’s Degree in Sociology can help you reach your goals.
5 p.m.
Are you interested in research or data analysis? Would you enjoy working for a state agency, non-profit organization, or institution of higher education? Are you considering earning a PhD, JD, or MD but are worried about getting lost in the competitive environment of a large program? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then I want to encourage you to come learn more about how a Master’s Degree in Sociology can help you reach your goals.
5 p.m.
Our Master of Arts (MA) in Political Science will deepen your understanding of American and global politics while preparing you for a variety of real-world opportunities. With this degree, students pursue domestic and international careers rooted in governmental, non-governmental, and non-profit organizations. Our students also further their educational careers with doctoral work or law school.
7 p.m.
Our program offers a blend of in person classes and clinical immersion at a variety of both on-campus and off-campus clinical education sites. We have state of art athletic training labs and classrooms that are part of the $62.5 million Health Professions Building. Graduates of our program are eligible to sit for the Board of Certification exam for athletic training.
10 a.m.
Join us for the largest professional development event of the year October 19–21. Network with alumni as they join us on campus to participate in numerous panel discussions. Alumni will share their experiences leading a range of industries, including manufacturing, financial services and telecommunications. Networking and social opportunities complement professional development sessions and workshops.
All Day Event
Calendar: Registrar
Today is the last day to web withdraw for classes in the middle 5 week part of Term 32.
All Day Event
Calendar: Registrar
Classes taught in the first 8 week part of Term 21 end today.
All Day Event
Calendar: Registrar
Electronic final grade submission is available for classes taught in the first 8 week Term 21.
12 p.m.
University Libraries WorkshopPlease join the University Libraries for this introduction to data.census.gov, the one-stop location for some of the most popular surveys from the U.S. Census Bureau. It brings together data from the decennial census, American Community Survey, Economic Census, County Business Pattern, and more. Learn about retrieving population, demographic, housing, and economic data about the U.S., the states, and local areas in this 30-minute workshop.
12 p.m.
Journey to KUWAIT as presented by an international student from that country.
1 p.m.
This guided tour, led by Erin Moore from the Office of Community Engagement, will showcase unique amenities and attractions on campus and downtown Muncie.
4 p.m.
University Libraries WorkshopThis webinar will highlight 5 resources for middle and high school teachers to find free educational materials for use in the classroom, and provide tips to help teachers evaluate educational materials found online before including them in lesson plans.
5 p.m.
Life is messy. Solving complex problems is what social workers do best. If you are interested in a versatile career helping diverse people, organizations, and communities in innovative ways, join us and learn more about the exciting new Master of Social Work (MSW) degree at Ball State.
10 a.m.
Join us for the largest professional development event of the year October 19–21. Network with alumni as they join us on campus to participate in numerous panel discussions. Alumni will share their experiences leading a range of industries, including manufacturing, financial services and telecommunications. Networking and social opportunities complement professional development sessions and workshops.
All Day Event
Calendar: Registrar
Classes for the second 8 week part of Term 22 begin today.
12 p.m.
University Libraries WorkshopWhen someone says “government data,” the agency that comes first to many minds is the Census Bureau. However, the Bureau of Labor Statistics is a prolific collector and disseminator of data too, offering a wealth of information and insight into employment and the economy in the U.S. Come to this workshop to learn how to gather data about employment, unemployment, pay and benefits, consumer expenditures, time use, and more using the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ online tools.
2 p.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
Find the best sources of funding to support your graduate education goals.
4 p.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
IRB WorkshopYou are invited to participate in the Pathways Study Halls offered in-person and online synchronously.
5:30 p.m.
trombonist Yu Tamaki HosoYu Tamaki is a trombone soloist active worldwide, as well as an orchestra and chamber musician, educator, author and producer. Program to be announced. Event is free and open to the public.
6 p.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
Coffee TalksJoin us for connection and discussion with other grad students! All sessions held via Zoom. We will email the link regularly from GradWellness.
7:30 a.m.
The Strother TheatreOct 22-30 This dance piece follows a young girl and her family of dolls on a whimsical, sensual, and magical journey to a world where the lines between reality and imagination no longer exist. As these worlds collide, the audience catches a glimpse of the relationships between these characters, their worlds, and how they color and shape each other.
10 a.m.
Join the College of Architecture and Planning on November 19, 2021 for a virtual information session and find out more about the 2-year or 3- year M.Arch program.
4 p.m.
Join the Office of Graduate Admissions to learn about the opportunities that await you at Ball State University. Find your passion and purpose at Ball State with over 100 graduate programs to choose from, dedicated faculty that inspire our students, and a campus with premiere facilities. Discover all Ball State has to offer during our upcoming information session!
4:30 p.m.
Have fun and learn some Mongolian words and phrases.
7:30 p.m.
The Strother TheatreOct 22-30 This dance piece follows a young girl and her family of dolls on a whimsical, sensual, and magical journey to a world where the lines between reality and imagination no longer exist. As these worlds collide, the audience catches a glimpse of the relationships between these characters, their worlds, and how they color and shape each other.
2:30 p.m.
The Strother TheatreOct 22-30 This dance piece follows a young girl and her family of dolls on a whimsical, sensual, and magical journey to a world where the lines between reality and imagination no longer exist. As these worlds collide, the audience catches a glimpse of the relationships between these characters, their worlds, and how they color and shape each other.
12:30 p.m.
LEAP Indiana invites you to join the conversation about the innovative ideas and practices their members are using across the state.
3 p.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
Coffee TalksJoin us for connection and discussion with other grad students! All sessions held via Zoom. We will email the link regularly from GradWellness.
5 p.m.
Calendar: Registrar
All final grade submissions for first 8 week classes must be submitted electronically by 4:59 p.m. today.
All Day Event
Calendar: Registrar
Today is the last day to add/drop for classes taught in the second 8 week part of Term 22.
10 a.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
IRB WorkshopYou are invited to participate in the Pathways Study Halls offered in-person and online synchronously.
11 a.m.
University Libraries WorkshopNetwork analysis is an important tool in numerous disciplines and fields. It brings to light complex relationship patterns and can provide a new perspective to research and scholarship. In this workshop, we will discuss the foundational principles to Network analysis, identify best practices, and provide influential examples. Attendees will also be introduced to various digital tools that can be used to generate and analyze networks.
12 p.m.
University Libraries WorkshopThis workshop will help participants understand the open access movement in academic publishing. Attendees will learn what open access journals are and why they matter. Participants will learn the various ways they can participate in making their research openly available. They will also understand the difference between open access publications and predatory publishers and learn how to identify each.
5:30 p.m.
A screening and discussion of "Do the Right Thing"
7 p.m.
Part II of the book club discussion for the African American Studies minor
7:30 p.m.
The Strother TheatreOct 22-30 This dance piece follows a young girl and her family of dolls on a whimsical, sensual, and magical journey to a world where the lines between reality and imagination no longer exist. As these worlds collide, the audience catches a glimpse of the relationships between these characters, their worlds, and how they color and shape each other.
7:30 p.m.
The Dumb WaiterOct. 26-31 As the New York World-Telegram & Sun describes: “In the basement of a long-abandoned restaurant, two hired killers nervously await their next assignment. Barred from daylight and living public contact by the nature of their work, they expend their waiting time in bickering. So eerie is the situation that everything becomes comic, or grotesque, or both. Ben re-reading a newspaper and exclaiming in disbelief over the news items, Gus fussing with an offstage stove and offstage plumbing. Ben bludgeoning Gus into silence if he as much as mentions their work. Gus worrying that someone had slept in his bed. So then the ancient dumbwaiter comes to life, the suspense becomes almost unbearable—that expertly has Pinter put the nerves of his characters and audience on edge."
All Day Event
Calendar: Registrar
Today is the last day to web withdraw for Fall full term classes.
11:30 a.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
ARC is a space for graduate students to confidently engage in critical scholarly inquiry while building a sense of belonging on campus through professional development opportunities and mentorship. Meetings are offered in-person and online synchronously.
12 p.m.
Journey to JORDAN as presented by an international student from that country.
2 p.m.
University Libraries WorkshopAre you looking to increase the reach and impact of your published works? This Open Access Week workshop will discuss the Open Access Citation Advantage (OACA), the studied impact of traditional academic publications that are also made available online in an Open Access format. By leveraging the final pre-publication version of a peer-reviewed article, authors can take advantage of the Ball State University institutional repository, Cardinal Scholar, to drive additional traffic and citations to works already published in traditional journals.
7 p.m.
3 students looking at bookLooking for a spring immersive course? Want to hear faculty pitch their ideas to you?
7:30 p.m.
The Strother TheatreOct 22-30 This dance piece follows a young girl and her family of dolls on a whimsical, sensual, and magical journey to a world where the lines between reality and imagination no longer exist. As these worlds collide, the audience catches a glimpse of the relationships between these characters, their worlds, and how they color and shape each other.
7:30 p.m.
The Dumb WaiterOct. 26-31 As the New York World-Telegram & Sun describes: “In the basement of a long-abandoned restaurant, two hired killers nervously await their next assignment. Barred from daylight and living public contact by the nature of their work, they expend their waiting time in bickering. So eerie is the situation that everything becomes comic, or grotesque, or both. Ben re-reading a newspaper and exclaiming in disbelief over the news items, Gus fussing with an offstage stove and offstage plumbing. Ben bludgeoning Gus into silence if he as much as mentions their work. Gus worrying that someone had slept in his bed. So then the ancient dumbwaiter comes to life, the suspense becomes almost unbearable—that expertly has Pinter put the nerves of his characters and audience on edge."
11 a.m.
Joe BradleyJoe Bradley is an Assistant Clinical Professor of Bioengineering, Health Innovation Professor at the Carle Illinois College of Medicine, and Lecturer in the Gies College of Business at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign. He teaches or has taught courses in engineering design, engineering projects, new product development, value chain management, and intellectual property management strategy. Joe is also a co-founder of Sun Buckets, Inc. (www.sunbuckets.com). Sun Buckets develops, builds, and commercializes thermal energy storage technologies and products primarily targeting energy scarcity in developing regions. Sun Buckets products are being, deployed, tested, and used in six countries.
4 p.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
IRB WorkshopYou are invited to participate in the Pathways Study Halls offered in-person and online synchronously.
4 p.m.
University Libraries WorkshopThis webinar will highlight 5 resources for middle and high school teachers to find free educational materials for use in the classroom, and provide tips to help teachers evaluate educational materials found online before including them in lesson plans.
7:30 p.m.
The Dumb WaiterOct. 26-31 As the New York World-Telegram & Sun describes: “In the basement of a long-abandoned restaurant, two hired killers nervously await their next assignment. Barred from daylight and living public contact by the nature of their work, they expend their waiting time in bickering. So eerie is the situation that everything becomes comic, or grotesque, or both. Ben re-reading a newspaper and exclaiming in disbelief over the news items, Gus fussing with an offstage stove and offstage plumbing. Ben bludgeoning Gus into silence if he as much as mentions their work. Gus worrying that someone had slept in his bed. So then the ancient dumbwaiter comes to life, the suspense becomes almost unbearable—that expertly has Pinter put the nerves of his characters and audience on edge."
7:30 p.m.
The Strother TheatreOct 22-30 This dance piece follows a young girl and her family of dolls on a whimsical, sensual, and magical journey to a world where the lines between reality and imagination no longer exist. As these worlds collide, the audience catches a glimpse of the relationships between these characters, their worlds, and how they color and shape each other.
7:30 p.m.
The Dumb WaiterOct. 26-31 As the New York World-Telegram & Sun describes: “In the basement of a long-abandoned restaurant, two hired killers nervously await their next assignment. Barred from daylight and living public contact by the nature of their work, they expend their waiting time in bickering. So eerie is the situation that everything becomes comic, or grotesque, or both. Ben re-reading a newspaper and exclaiming in disbelief over the news items, Gus fussing with an offstage stove and offstage plumbing. Ben bludgeoning Gus into silence if he as much as mentions their work. Gus worrying that someone had slept in his bed. So then the ancient dumbwaiter comes to life, the suspense becomes almost unbearable—that expertly has Pinter put the nerves of his characters and audience on edge."
7:30 p.m.
The Strother TheatreOct 22-30 This dance piece follows a young girl and her family of dolls on a whimsical, sensual, and magical journey to a world where the lines between reality and imagination no longer exist. As these worlds collide, the audience catches a glimpse of the relationships between these characters, their worlds, and how they color and shape each other.
2:30 p.m.
The Dumb WaiterOct. 26-31 As the New York World-Telegram & Sun describes: “In the basement of a long-abandoned restaurant, two hired killers nervously await their next assignment. Barred from daylight and living public contact by the nature of their work, they expend their waiting time in bickering. So eerie is the situation that everything becomes comic, or grotesque, or both. Ben re-reading a newspaper and exclaiming in disbelief over the news items, Gus fussing with an offstage stove and offstage plumbing. Ben bludgeoning Gus into silence if he as much as mentions their work. Gus worrying that someone had slept in his bed. So then the ancient dumbwaiter comes to life, the suspense becomes almost unbearable—that expertly has Pinter put the nerves of his characters and audience on edge."
7:30 p.m.
The Dumb WaiterOct. 26-31 As the New York World-Telegram & Sun describes: “In the basement of a long-abandoned restaurant, two hired killers nervously await their next assignment. Barred from daylight and living public contact by the nature of their work, they expend their waiting time in bickering. So eerie is the situation that everything becomes comic, or grotesque, or both. Ben re-reading a newspaper and exclaiming in disbelief over the news items, Gus fussing with an offstage stove and offstage plumbing. Ben bludgeoning Gus into silence if he as much as mentions their work. Gus worrying that someone had slept in his bed. So then the ancient dumbwaiter comes to life, the suspense becomes almost unbearable—that expertly has Pinter put the nerves of his characters and audience on edge."
7:30 p.m.
The Strother TheatreOct 22-30 This dance piece follows a young girl and her family of dolls on a whimsical, sensual, and magical journey to a world where the lines between reality and imagination no longer exist. As these worlds collide, the audience catches a glimpse of the relationships between these characters, their worlds, and how they color and shape each other.
2:30 p.m.
The Dumb WaiterOct. 26-31 As the New York World-Telegram & Sun describes: “In the basement of a long-abandoned restaurant, two hired killers nervously await their next assignment. Barred from daylight and living public contact by the nature of their work, they expend their waiting time in bickering. So eerie is the situation that everything becomes comic, or grotesque, or both. Ben re-reading a newspaper and exclaiming in disbelief over the news items, Gus fussing with an offstage stove and offstage plumbing. Ben bludgeoning Gus into silence if he as much as mentions their work. Gus worrying that someone had slept in his bed. So then the ancient dumbwaiter comes to life, the suspense becomes almost unbearable—that expertly has Pinter put the nerves of his characters and audience on edge."
10 a.m.
Atrium gallery with students browsing the exhibitsThe public is invited to an exhibition of creative projects completed by the first and second year students in the School of Art’s Master of Fine Arts in Visual Arts Program.
10 a.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
IRB WorkshopYou are invited to participate in the Pathways Study Halls offered in-person and online synchronously.
11 a.m.
University Libraries WorkshopIn the final workshop of the series, we will discuss the field of digital scholarship publication. Attendees will be introduced to Ball State’s resources for hosting and supporting digital scholarship, examples of digital scholarship publishing from select publishers, and a walkthrough of the digital publishing platform Scalar. Finally, we will discuss longevity and legacy projects within digital scholarship and how best to manage projects with on-going publishing.
All Day Event
Calendar: Registrar
Classes taught in the first 10 week part of Term 41 end today.
All Day Event
Calendar: Registrar
Electronic final grade submission is available for classes taught in the first 10 week Term 41.
All Day Event
Calendar: Registrar
Classes taught in the middle 5 week part of Term 32 end today.
All Day Event
Calendar: Registrar
Electronic final grade submission is available for classes taught in the middle 5 week Term 32.
12 p.m.
Journey to BANGLADESH as presented by an international student from that country.
6 p.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
Understand more about your personality type and ways to engage in self-care.
7 p.m.
Our program offers a blend of in person classes and clinical immersion at a variety of both on-campus and off-campus clinical education sites. We have state of art athletic training labs and classrooms that are part of the $62.5 million Health Professions Building. Graduates of our program are eligible to sit for the Board of Certification exam for athletic training. Once passing this exam you will be eligible to work in a variety of settings including but not limited to: collegiate athletics, secondary schools, performing arts, military and public safety, or hospital clinics.
All Day Event
Calendar: Registrar
Classes for the third 5 week part of Term 33 begin today.
10 a.m.
Do you enjoy outdoor environments? Designing? Problem-solving? Thinking critically? Investing three exciting years in our nationally-ranked MLA program will prepare you for a vital, in-demand career planning and designing the landscapes in which we live, work, and play! Join the MLA program director for a virtual session about the LA profession, curriculum, costs, financial support, and application process. $60 application fee waived for attendees!
4 p.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
IRB WorkshopYou are invited to participate in the Pathways Study Halls offered in-person and online synchronously.
6 p.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
Coffee TalksJoin us for connection and discussion with other grad students! All sessions held via Zoom. We will email the link regularly from GradWellness.
7:30 p.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
Join us for a Netflix Movie Party!
7:30 p.m.
University TheatreNov. 5-13 Campbell is cheer-royalty at Truman High School and her senior year should prove the most cheertastic — she's been named captain of the squad! But, an unexpected redistricting has forced her to spend her final year of high school at the neighboring hard-knock Jackson High School. Despite having the deck stacked against her, Campbell befriends the dance crew girls and, along with their headstrong and hardworking leader, Danielle, manages to form a powerhouse squad for the ultimate competition — the National Championships.
8:30 a.m.
Ball State University’s Department of Urban Planning is partnering with the Urban Land Institute (ULI) to bring the UrbanPlan program to Delaware and other surrounding counties in Indiana. 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. Students experience challenging issues, private and public sector roles, complex trade-offs, and fundamental economics in play when proposing realistic land use solutions to vexing growth challenges.
7:30 p.m.
University TheatreNov. 5-13 Campbell is cheer-royalty at Truman High School and her senior year should prove the most cheertastic — she's been named captain of the squad! But, an unexpected redistricting has forced her to spend her final year of high school at the neighboring hard-knock Jackson High School. Despite having the deck stacked against her, Campbell befriends the dance crew girls and, along with their headstrong and hardworking leader, Danielle, manages to form a powerhouse squad for the ultimate competition — the National Championships.
2:30 p.m.
University TheatreNov. 5-13 Campbell is cheer-royalty at Truman High School and her senior year should prove the most cheertastic — she's been named captain of the squad! But, an unexpected redistricting has forced her to spend her final year of high school at the neighboring hard-knock Jackson High School. Despite having the deck stacked against her, Campbell befriends the dance crew girls and, along with their headstrong and hardworking leader, Danielle, manages to form a powerhouse squad for the ultimate competition — the National Championships.
All Day Event
Calendar: Registrar
Today is the last day to add/drop for classes taught in the third 5 week part of Term 33.
1 p.m.
University Libraries WorkshopWhen someone says “government data,” the agency that comes first to many minds is the Census Bureau. However, the Bureau of Labor Statistics is a prolific collector and disseminator of data too, offering a wealth of information and insight into employment and the economy in the U.S. Come to this workshop to learn how to gather data about employment, unemployment, pay and benefits, consumer expenditures, time use, and more using the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ online tools.
3 p.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
Coffee TalksJoin us for connection and discussion with other grad students! All sessions held via Zoom. We will email the link regularly from GradWellness.
5 p.m.
Calendar: Registrar
All final grade submissions for middle 5 week classes must be submitted electronically by 4:59 p.m. today.
5 p.m.
Calendar: Registrar
All final grade submissions for the first 10 week classes must be submitted electronically by 4:59 p.m. today.
10 a.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
IRB WorkshopYou are invited to participate in the Pathways Study Halls offered in-person and online synchronously.
11 a.m.
University Libraries WorkshopPlease join the University Libraries for this introduction to data.census.gov, the one-stop location for some of the most popular surveys from the U.S. Census Bureau. It brings together data from the decennial census, American Community Survey, Economic Census, County Business Pattern, and more. Learn about retrieving population, demographic, housing, and economic data about the U.S., the states, and local areas in this 30-minute workshop.
12 p.m.
Join us for an interest session for Ball State’s Student Affairs Administration in Higher Education (SAAHE) master’s program.  You will hear from the Program Director, meet faculty, and ask questions of current SAAHE students, and learn more about the application process.
5:30 p.m.
Learn about the Muslim community in Muncie
7:30 p.m.
University TheatreNov. 5-13 Campbell is cheer-royalty at Truman High School and her senior year should prove the most cheertastic — she's been named captain of the squad! But, an unexpected redistricting has forced her to spend her final year of high school at the neighboring hard-knock Jackson High School. Despite having the deck stacked against her, Campbell befriends the dance crew girls and, along with their headstrong and hardworking leader, Danielle, manages to form a powerhouse squad for the ultimate competition — the National Championships.
7:30 p.m.
Kill the EditorNov. 9-14 When Ben lands his dream job editing a feature-length documentary film to be screened at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival, he doesn’t realize that Cameron, the self-obsessed, maniacal director, is attached to a five-hour version and doesn’t want to touch a frame. And when Libby, the previous editor who Cameron fired after they began to sleep together, returns demanding her job back, Ben finds himself suddenly caught between them. With only five days before the screening, Ben desperately attempts to satisfy everyone’s expectations while simultaneously create a work of art.
All Day Event
Calendar: Registrar
Today is the last day to web withdraw for classes in the second 10 week part of Term 42.
11:30 a.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
ARC is a space for graduate students to confidently engage in critical scholarly inquiry while building a sense of belonging on campus through professional development opportunities and mentorship. Meetings are offered in-person and online synchronously.
12 p.m.
Journey to GHANA as presented by an international student from that country.
1 p.m.
University Libraries WorkshopPlease join the University Libraries for this introduction to data.census.gov, the one-stop location for some of the most popular surveys from the U.S. Census Bureau. It brings together data from the decennial census, American Community Survey, Economic Census, County Business Pattern, and more. Learn about retrieving population, demographic, housing, and economic data about the U.S., the states, and local areas in this 30-minute workshop.
3 p.m.
Cutting Edge Conversations GraphicThe Miller College of Business invites you to attend our “Cutting Edge Conversations” on November 10. During this webinar, you will hear from three exciting and innovative professors in the Miller College of Business. These professors will offer their thoughts and research on three different issues discussed today on social media, in newspapers, and on the airwaves. Professors DeCicca, Marvel, and VanMeter-Brown will each talk for 15 minutes and explain the why and how behind phenomena that we read about in the mass media. Be entertained. Be amazed. Be enlightened.
4 p.m.
If you aspire to earn a doctorate degree in psychology, enjoy conducting research, or are interested in being more competitive for entry into the workforce, one of our two-year master’s programs (Psychological Science or Clinical Psychology) at Ball State University might be the perfect match for you! Our programs’ mission is to prepare students for doctoral programs or employment in research and/or academic-related settings.
7:30 p.m.
University TheatreNov. 5-13 Campbell is cheer-royalty at Truman High School and her senior year should prove the most cheertastic — she's been named captain of the squad! But, an unexpected redistricting has forced her to spend her final year of high school at the neighboring hard-knock Jackson High School. Despite having the deck stacked against her, Campbell befriends the dance crew girls and, along with their headstrong and hardworking leader, Danielle, manages to form a powerhouse squad for the ultimate competition — the National Championships.
7:30 p.m.
Kill the EditorNov. 9-14 When Ben lands his dream job editing a feature-length documentary film to be screened at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival, he doesn’t realize that Cameron, the self-obsessed, maniacal director, is attached to a five-hour version and doesn’t want to touch a frame. And when Libby, the previous editor who Cameron fired after they began to sleep together, returns demanding her job back, Ben finds himself suddenly caught between them. With only five days before the screening, Ben desperately attempts to satisfy everyone’s expectations while simultaneously create a work of art.
10 a.m.
University Libraries WorkshopWhen someone says “government data,” the agency that comes first to many minds is the Census Bureau. However, the Bureau of Labor Statistics is a prolific collector and disseminator of data too, offering a wealth of information and insight into employment and the economy in the U.S. Come to this workshop to learn how to gather data about employment, unemployment, pay and benefits, consumer expenditures, time use, and more using the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ online tools.
11 a.m.
Adam HayesAdam has been able to carve out a niche for himself through the building of strong and fruitful relationships. He was at the helm of Grey Matter Marketing for 4 years before branching out and starting a high performance marketing company - The Hayes Group - in 2003. With a focus in demand generation and growth marketing with new-fangled technologies, he has used old-fangled relationship building to establish what has become a successful and highly respected performance marketing venture.
7:30 p.m.
University TheatreNov. 5-13 Campbell is cheer-royalty at Truman High School and her senior year should prove the most cheertastic — she's been named captain of the squad! But, an unexpected redistricting has forced her to spend her final year of high school at the neighboring hard-knock Jackson High School. Despite having the deck stacked against her, Campbell befriends the dance crew girls and, along with their headstrong and hardworking leader, Danielle, manages to form a powerhouse squad for the ultimate competition — the National Championships.
7:30 p.m.
Kill the EditorNov. 9-14 When Ben lands his dream job editing a feature-length documentary film to be screened at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival, he doesn’t realize that Cameron, the self-obsessed, maniacal director, is attached to a five-hour version and doesn’t want to touch a frame. And when Libby, the previous editor who Cameron fired after they began to sleep together, returns demanding her job back, Ben finds himself suddenly caught between them. With only five days before the screening, Ben desperately attempts to satisfy everyone’s expectations while simultaneously create a work of art.
9 a.m.
pianist Misha TumanovBall State alumnus Misha Tumanov is a teaching artist at George Mason University's Mason Arts Academy. Event is free and open to the public.
11 a.m.
Join the College of Architecture and Planning for an information session, open house and trip to Indianapolis and find out more about the 2-year or 3- year M.Arch program. The Department of Architecture at Ball State University inspires students to engage the discipline of architecture with the grounding of a rigorous professional education and the confidence to innovate. We value the dialogue between critical thinking, designing, and making to advance the discourse in the profession. The faculty instill in students the power of doing and the importance of engagement in a rich variety of architectural practices.
1 p.m.
This online information session will help you explore if a PhD in Educational Psychology is right for you. You will get a chance to meet faculty, current students and alumni, see a virtual tour of the campus and department, and hear more about the application procedures, programmatic requirements and job prospects.
2:30 p.m.
Learn about Nepal’s music and landscapes and relax while feeling immersed in the culture.
7:30 p.m.
University TheatreNov. 5-13 Campbell is cheer-royalty at Truman High School and her senior year should prove the most cheertastic — she's been named captain of the squad! But, an unexpected redistricting has forced her to spend her final year of high school at the neighboring hard-knock Jackson High School. Despite having the deck stacked against her, Campbell befriends the dance crew girls and, along with their headstrong and hardworking leader, Danielle, manages to form a powerhouse squad for the ultimate competition — the National Championships.
7:30 p.m.
Kill the EditorNov. 9-14 When Ben lands his dream job editing a feature-length documentary film to be screened at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival, he doesn’t realize that Cameron, the self-obsessed, maniacal director, is attached to a five-hour version and doesn’t want to touch a frame. And when Libby, the previous editor who Cameron fired after they began to sleep together, returns demanding her job back, Ben finds himself suddenly caught between them. With only five days before the screening, Ben desperately attempts to satisfy everyone’s expectations while simultaneously create a work of art.
2:30 p.m.
Kill the EditorNov. 9-14 When Ben lands his dream job editing a feature-length documentary film to be screened at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival, he doesn’t realize that Cameron, the self-obsessed, maniacal director, is attached to a five-hour version and doesn’t want to touch a frame. And when Libby, the previous editor who Cameron fired after they began to sleep together, returns demanding her job back, Ben finds himself suddenly caught between them. With only five days before the screening, Ben desperately attempts to satisfy everyone’s expectations while simultaneously create a work of art.
7:30 p.m.
Kill the EditorNov. 9-14 When Ben lands his dream job editing a feature-length documentary film to be screened at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival, he doesn’t realize that Cameron, the self-obsessed, maniacal director, is attached to a five-hour version and doesn’t want to touch a frame. And when Libby, the previous editor who Cameron fired after they began to sleep together, returns demanding her job back, Ben finds himself suddenly caught between them. With only five days before the screening, Ben desperately attempts to satisfy everyone’s expectations while simultaneously create a work of art.
8 p.m.
University TheatreNov. 5-13 Campbell is cheer-royalty at Truman High School and her senior year should prove the most cheertastic — she's been named captain of the squad! But, an unexpected redistricting has forced her to spend her final year of high school at the neighboring hard-knock Jackson High School. Despite having the deck stacked against her, Campbell befriends the dance crew girls and, along with their headstrong and hardworking leader, Danielle, manages to form a powerhouse squad for the ultimate competition — the National Championships.
2:30 p.m.
Kill the EditorNov. 9-14 When Ben lands his dream job editing a feature-length documentary film to be screened at the prestigious Cannes Film Festival, he doesn’t realize that Cameron, the self-obsessed, maniacal director, is attached to a five-hour version and doesn’t want to touch a frame. And when Libby, the previous editor who Cameron fired after they began to sleep together, returns demanding her job back, Ben finds himself suddenly caught between them. With only five days before the screening, Ben desperately attempts to satisfy everyone’s expectations while simultaneously create a work of art.
10 a.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
IRB WorkshopYou are invited to participate in the Pathways Study Halls offered in-person and online synchronously.
All Day Event
Calendar: Graduate School
November 17, 2021 is the Fall 2021 submission deadline for RES 697 Research Paper, CRPR 698 Creative Project, THES 698 Thesis, and DISS 799 Doctor’s Dissertation.
12 p.m.
Journey to INDIA as presented by an international student from that country.
7 p.m.
Attend a live webinar to learn more about the master's in applied behavioral analysis (ABA) and special education.
11 a.m.
Kimberly FergusonKimberly Howe Ferguson is a native Hoosier and Ball State University graduate who resides in Muncie, Indiana. Kimberly is the founder and owner of Pink Leaf: A Learning Company, the owner of Patterson Block Muncie, and several real estate holding companies. She is passionate about women investing in small businesses, themselves, and their futures. Kimberly is a wife, mother of two, and is proud to be raising her family and investing in Central Indiana. Find out more about Kimberly and her projects at www.kimberlyhoweferguson.com.
3 p.m.
Join the Office of Graduate Admissions to learn about the opportunities that await you at Ball State University. Find your passion and purpose at Ball State with over 100 graduate programs to choose from, dedicated faculty that inspire our students, and a campus with premiere facilities. Discover all Ball State has to offer during our upcoming information session!
4 p.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
IRB WorkshopYou are invited to participate in the Pathways Study Halls offered in-person and online synchronously.
6 p.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
Coffee TalksJoin us for connection and discussion with other grad students! All sessions held via Zoom. We will email the link regularly from GradWellness.
6:30 p.m.
Learn more about how you can make a difference in the public sector with a Masters in Public Administration from Ball State University. The program provides a theoretical understanding and practical awareness of public policy. Our graduates are equipped with the principles of management that enable them to successfully administer in the public sector.
10 a.m.
Imagine a cityscape that reflects a rich architectural past within a smart, sustainable future. Now, imagine you guided that effort—a balance of historic preservation and best practices. Our master of science in historic preservation (MSHP) fuses your passion for the past with innovative approaches.
10 a.m.
Join the College of Architecture and Planning on December 17, 2021 for a virtual information session and find out more about the 2-year or 3- year M.Arch program.
1 p.m.
Accelerated Masters Program (AMP) for Educational Psychology MS and Quantitative Psychology MS.This free online information session will explain how the Accelerated Masters Program works and discuss the Educational Psychology and Quantitative Psychology MS programs. You will learn what graduates of each of these programs end up doing and get information on how to apply to the program.
7:30 p.m.
Fall Choreography ProjectsNov. 20-22 Selected works from dance majors highlighting the best in original dances that vary in style and form.
2:30 p.m.
Fall Choreography ProjectsNov. 20-22 Selected works from dance majors highlighting the best in original dances that vary in style and form.
3 p.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
Coffee TalksJoin us for connection and discussion with other grad students! All sessions held via Zoom. We will email the link regularly from GradWellness.
7:30 p.m.
Fall Choreography ProjectsNov. 20-22 Selected works from dance majors highlighting the best in original dances that vary in style and form.
All Day Event
Calendar: Registrar
Today is the last day to web withdraw for classes in the second 8 week part of Term 22.
10 a.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
IRB WorkshopYou are invited to participate in the Pathways Study Halls offered in-person and online synchronously.
11:30 a.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
ARC is a space for graduate students to confidently engage in critical scholarly inquiry while building a sense of belonging on campus through professional development opportunities and mentorship. Meetings are offered in-person and online synchronously.
All Day Event
Calendar: Registrar
Today is the last day to web withdraw for classes in the third 5 week part of Term 33.
12 p.m.
If you aspire to earn a doctorate degree in psychology, enjoy conducting research, or are interested in being more competitive for entry into the workforce, one of our two-year master’s programs (Psychological Science or Clinical Psychology) at Ball State University might be the perfect match for you! Our programs’ mission is to prepare students for doctoral programs or employment in research and/or academic-related settings.
12:30 p.m.
LEAP Indiana invites you to join the conversation about the innovative ideas and practices their members are using across the state.
10 a.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
IRB WorkshopYou are invited to participate in the Pathways Study Halls offered in-person and online synchronously.
2 p.m.
Life is messy. Solving complex problems is what social workers do best. If you are interested in a versatile career helping diverse people, organizations, and communities in innovative ways, join us and learn more about the exciting new Master of Social Work (MSW) degree at Ball State.
12 p.m.
Journey to IRAN as presented by an international student from that country.
5:30 p.m.
Join us for an interest session for Ball State’s Student Affairs Administration in Higher Education (SAAHE) master’s program.  You will hear from the Program Director, meet faculty, and ask questions of current SAAHE students, and learn more about the application process.
10 a.m.
Do you enjoy outdoor environments? Designing? Problem-solving? Thinking critically? Investing three exciting years in our nationally-ranked MLA program will prepare you for a vital, in-demand career planning and designing the landscapes in which we live, work, and play! Join the MLA program director for a virtual session about the LA profession, curriculum, costs, financial support, and application process. $60 application fee waived for attendees!
4 p.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
IRB WorkshopYou are invited to participate in the Pathways Study Halls offered in-person and online synchronously.
6 p.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
Coffee TalksJoin us for connection and discussion with other grad students! All sessions held via Zoom. We will email the link regularly from GradWellness.
7:30 p.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
Join us for a Netflix Movie Party!
8:30 a.m.
Ball State University’s Department of Urban Planning is partnering with the Urban Land Institute (ULI) to bring the UrbanPlan program to Delaware and other surrounding counties in Indiana. 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. Students experience challenging issues, private and public sector roles, complex trade-offs, and fundamental economics in play when proposing realistic land use solutions to vexing growth challenges.
3 p.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
Coffee TalksJoin us for connection and discussion with other grad students! All sessions held via Zoom. We will email the link regularly from GradWellness.
7 p.m.
Learn how Ball State University integrates an ACEND-approved dietetic internship with a MS in Nutrition and Dietetics (thesis and non-thesis options available) in a free information webinar. By attending, we will waive the cost of the $60 Ball State Graduate School application fee. Once you have participated in the webinar, you will receive more details on this exciting offer.
10 a.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
IRB WorkshopYou are invited to participate in the Pathways Study Halls offered in-person and online synchronously.
1 p.m.
Do you wish to make an impact on a major city? In our program, you don’t just learn about urban design, you do urban design! A one-year Indy-based Master of Urban Design (MUD) degree from Ball State University’s College of Architecture and Planning (CAP) provides the skills to be an interdisciplinary leader in the design of our cities.
11:30 a.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
ARC is a space for graduate students to confidently engage in critical scholarly inquiry while building a sense of belonging on campus through professional development opportunities and mentorship. Meetings are offered in-person and online synchronously.
12 p.m.
Journey to CAMEROON as presented by an international student from that country.
11 a.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
Join Pathways from 11:00-12:30 P.M. in Student Center Cardinal Hall A for the end of the semester celebration.
7:30 p.m.
University TheatreDec. 9-18 The Ball State Department of Theatre and Dance is proud to once again bring to life Charles Dickens' most well-known and magical story, A Christmas Carol. Just like a favorite book or movie, this timeless story of wealthy curmudgeon Ebenezer Scrooge and his transformative journey resonates with young and old alike.
7:30 p.m.
University TheatreDec. 9-18 The Ball State Department of Theatre and Dance is proud to once again bring to life Charles Dickens' most well-known and magical story, A Christmas Carol. Just like a favorite book or movie, this timeless story of wealthy curmudgeon Ebenezer Scrooge and his transformative journey resonates with young and old alike.
2:30 p.m.
University TheatreDec. 9-18 The Ball State Department of Theatre and Dance is proud to once again bring to life Charles Dickens' most well-known and magical story, A Christmas Carol. Just like a favorite book or movie, this timeless story of wealthy curmudgeon Ebenezer Scrooge and his transformative journey resonates with young and old alike.
7:30 p.m.
University TheatreDec. 9-18 The Ball State Department of Theatre and Dance is proud to once again bring to life Charles Dickens' most well-known and magical story, A Christmas Carol. Just like a favorite book or movie, this timeless story of wealthy curmudgeon Ebenezer Scrooge and his transformative journey resonates with young and old alike.
2:30 p.m.
University TheatreDec. 9-18 The Ball State Department of Theatre and Dance is proud to once again bring to life Charles Dickens' most well-known and magical story, A Christmas Carol. Just like a favorite book or movie, this timeless story of wealthy curmudgeon Ebenezer Scrooge and his transformative journey resonates with young and old alike.
12 p.m.
Life is messy. Solving complex problems is what social workers do best. If you are interested in a versatile career helping diverse people, organizations, and communities in innovative ways, join us and learn more about the exciting new Master of Social Work (MSW) degree at Ball State.
All Day Event
Calendar: Registrar
Electronic final grade submission is available for full term (1), second 8 week (22), third 5 week (33) and second 10 week (42) courses.
10 a.m.
Calendar: Graduate School
IRB WorkshopYou are invited to participate in the Pathways Study Halls offered in-person and online synchronously.
7:30 p.m.
University TheatreDec. 9-18 The Ball State Department of Theatre and Dance is proud to once again bring to life Charles Dickens' most well-known and magical story, A Christmas Carol. Just like a favorite book or movie, this timeless story of wealthy curmudgeon Ebenezer Scrooge and his transformative journey resonates with young and old alike.
All Day Event
Calendar: Registrar
End of Fall term
10 a.m.
Join the College of Architecture and Planning for a virtual information session and find out more about the 2-year or 3- year M.Arch program. The Department of Architecture at Ball State University inspires students to engage the discipline of architecture with the grounding of a rigorous professional education and the confidence to innovate. We value the dialogue between critical thinking, designing, and making to advance the discourse in the profession. The faculty instill in students the power of doing and the importance of engagement in a rich variety of architectural practices.
7:30 p.m.
University TheatreDec. 9-18 The Ball State Department of Theatre and Dance is proud to once again bring to life Charles Dickens' most well-known and magical story, A Christmas Carol. Just like a favorite book or movie, this timeless story of wealthy curmudgeon Ebenezer Scrooge and his transformative journey resonates with young and old alike.
7:30 p.m.
University TheatreDec. 9-18 The Ball State Department of Theatre and Dance is proud to once again bring to life Charles Dickens' most well-known and magical story, A Christmas Carol. Just like a favorite book or movie, this timeless story of wealthy curmudgeon Ebenezer Scrooge and his transformative journey resonates with young and old alike.
5 p.m.
Calendar: Registrar
Final grades due 4:59 for full (1), second 8 week (22), third 5 week (33), and second 10 week (42) parts of term.
1 p.m.
Join us for an interest session for Ball State’s Student Affairs Administration in Higher Education (SAAHE) master’s program.  You will hear from the Program Director, meet faculty, and ask questions of current SAAHE students, and learn more about the application process.
1 p.m.
This online information session will help you explore if a PhD in Educational Psychology is right for you. You will get a chance to meet faculty, current students and alumni, see a virtual tour of the campus and department, and hear more about the application procedures, programmatic requirements and job prospects.
2 p.m.
Life is messy. Solving complex problems is what social workers do best. If you are interested in a versatile career helping diverse people, organizations, and communities in innovative ways, join us and learn more about the exciting new Master of Social Work (MSW) degree at Ball State.
1 p.m.
This guided tour, led by Erin Moore from the Office of Community Engagement, will showcase unique amenities and attractions on campus and downtown Muncie.
All Day Event
Calendar: Graduate School
To receive your degree in Spring of 2022, you must apply to graduate by February 9, 2022, even if you don’t plan to attend the commencement ceremony.
7:30 p.m.
University TheatreFeb. 11-19 As a girl, Violet was struck by a wayward axe blade when her father was chopping wood, leaving her with a visible scar across her face. With enough money finally saved she's traveling across the Deep South in 1964 towards a miracle – the healing touch of a TV evangelist who will make her beautiful. Although she may not succeed in having the scar on her face healed, Violet is able to repair those scars that are lying deeper than her skin. On the way, she meets a young, African-American soldier whose love for her reaches far past her physical "imperfections."
7:30 p.m.
University TheatreFeb. 11-19 As a girl, Violet was struck by a wayward axe blade when her father was chopping wood, leaving her with a visible scar across her face. With enough money finally saved she's traveling across the Deep South in 1964 towards a miracle – the healing touch of a TV evangelist who will make her beautiful. Although she may not succeed in having the scar on her face healed, Violet is able to repair those scars that are lying deeper than her skin. On the way, she meets a young, African-American soldier whose love for her reaches far past her physical "imperfections."
2:30 p.m.
University TheatreFeb. 11-19 As a girl, Violet was struck by a wayward axe blade when her father was chopping wood, leaving her with a visible scar across her face. With enough money finally saved she's traveling across the Deep South in 1964 towards a miracle – the healing touch of a TV evangelist who will make her beautiful. Although she may not succeed in having the scar on her face healed, Violet is able to repair those scars that are lying deeper than her skin. On the way, she meets a young, African-American soldier whose love for her reaches far past her physical "imperfections."
7:30 p.m.
University TheatreFeb. 11-19 As a girl, Violet was struck by a wayward axe blade when her father was chopping wood, leaving her with a visible scar across her face. With enough money finally saved she's traveling across the Deep South in 1964 towards a miracle – the healing touch of a TV evangelist who will make her beautiful. Although she may not succeed in having the scar on her face healed, Violet is able to repair those scars that are lying deeper than her skin. On the way, she meets a young, African-American soldier whose love for her reaches far past her physical "imperfections."
7:30 p.m.
PintopFeb.15-20 Rose’s friends, who have never felt real emotions, can’t help her. Rose Evelyn Hawthorne lives in Pintop, a city, really more of a town, and she's unraveling. Then she’s accused of murder.
10 a.m.
The School of Art and The Griner Gallery invites the public to the 87th Annual Student Art Exhibition, running from February 16 - March 3.
7:30 p.m.
PintopFeb.15-20 Rose’s friends, who have never felt real emotions, can’t help her. Rose Evelyn Hawthorne lives in Pintop, a city, really more of a town, and she's unraveling. Then she’s accused of murder.
7:30 p.m.
University TheatreFeb. 11-19 As a girl, Violet was struck by a wayward axe blade when her father was chopping wood, leaving her with a visible scar across her face. With enough money finally saved she's traveling across the Deep South in 1964 towards a miracle – the healing touch of a TV evangelist who will make her beautiful. Although she may not succeed in having the scar on her face healed, Violet is able to repair those scars that are lying deeper than her skin. On the way, she meets a young, African-American soldier whose love for her reaches far past her physical "imperfections."
7:30 p.m.
PintopFeb.15-20 Rose’s friends, who have never felt real emotions, can’t help her. Rose Evelyn Hawthorne lives in Pintop, a city, really more of a town, and she's unraveling. Then she’s accused of murder.
7:30 p.m.
University TheatreFeb. 11-19 As a girl, Violet was struck by a wayward axe blade when her father was chopping wood, leaving her with a visible scar across her face. With enough money finally saved she's traveling across the Deep South in 1964 towards a miracle – the healing touch of a TV evangelist who will make her beautiful. Although she may not succeed in having the scar on her face healed, Violet is able to repair those scars that are lying deeper than her skin. On the way, she meets a young, African-American soldier whose love for her reaches far past her physical "imperfections."
7:30 p.m.
PintopFeb.15-20 Rose’s friends, who have never felt real emotions, can’t help her. Rose Evelyn Hawthorne lives in Pintop, a city, really more of a town, and she's unraveling. Then she’s accused of murder.
7:30 p.m.
University TheatreFeb. 11-19 As a girl, Violet was struck by a wayward axe blade when her father was chopping wood, leaving her with a visible scar across her face. With enough money finally saved she's traveling across the Deep South in 1964 towards a miracle – the healing touch of a TV evangelist who will make her beautiful. Although she may not succeed in having the scar on her face healed, Violet is able to repair those scars that are lying deeper than her skin. On the way, she meets a young, African-American soldier whose love for her reaches far past her physical "imperfections."
2:30 p.m.
PintopFeb.15-20 Rose’s friends, who have never felt real emotions, can’t help her. Rose Evelyn Hawthorne lives in Pintop, a city, really more of a town, and she's unraveling. Then she’s accused of murder.
7:30 p.m.
PintopFeb.15-20 Rose’s friends, who have never felt real emotions, can’t help her. Rose Evelyn Hawthorne lives in Pintop, a city, really more of a town, and she's unraveling. Then she’s accused of murder.
7:30 p.m.
University TheatreFeb. 11-19 As a girl, Violet was struck by a wayward axe blade when her father was chopping wood, leaving her with a visible scar across her face. With enough money finally saved she's traveling across the Deep South in 1964 towards a miracle – the healing touch of a TV evangelist who will make her beautiful. Although she may not succeed in having the scar on her face healed, Violet is able to repair those scars that are lying deeper than her skin. On the way, she meets a young, African-American soldier whose love for her reaches far past her physical "imperfections."
2:30 p.m.
PintopFeb.15-20 Rose’s friends, who have never felt real emotions, can’t help her. Rose Evelyn Hawthorne lives in Pintop, a city, really more of a town, and she's unraveling. Then she’s accused of murder.
7 p.m.
Attend a live webinar to learn more about the online MAE in Elementary Education.
6 p.m.
Life is messy. Solving complex problems is what social workers do best. If you are interested in a versatile career helping diverse people, organizations, and communities in innovative ways, join us and learn more about the exciting new Master of Social Work (MSW) degree at Ball State.
7:30 p.m.
Streets to the Stage: A History of Hip HopFeb. 23-27This is a hip-hop dance concert that will explore the hip-hop culture through choreography and performance. The piece will look at hip-hop through a concert dance lens rather than solely a commercialized dance style, and how it translates from a street dance form to the concert stage.
7:30 p.m.
Streets to the Stage: A History of Hip HopFeb. 23-27This is a hip-hop dance concert that will explore the hip-hop culture through choreography and performance. The piece will look at hip-hop through a concert dance lens rather than solely a commercialized dance style, and how it translates from a street dance form to the concert stage.
7:30 p.m.
The Strother TheatreFeb. 25 - Mar. 3 Jordan Berman would love to be in love, but that’s easier said than done. So until he meets Mr. Right, he wards off lonely nights with his trio of close girlfriends. But as singles’ nights turn into bachelorette parties, Jordan discovers that the only thing harder than finding love is supporting the loved ones around you when they do. From the critically acclaimed writer who brought you Bad Jews.
2:30 p.m.
The Strother TheatreFeb. 25 - Mar. 3 Jordan Berman would love to be in love, but that’s easier said than done. So until he meets Mr. Right, he wards off lonely nights with his trio of close girlfriends. But as singles’ nights turn into bachelorette parties, Jordan discovers that the only thing harder than finding love is supporting the loved ones around you when they do. From the critically acclaimed writer who brought you Bad Jews.
7:30 p.m.
The Strother TheatreFeb. 25 - Mar. 3 Jordan Berman would love to be in love, but that’s easier said than done. So until he meets Mr. Right, he wards off lonely nights with his trio of close girlfriends. But as singles’ nights turn into bachelorette parties, Jordan discovers that the only thing harder than finding love is supporting the loved ones around you when they do. From the critically acclaimed writer who brought you Bad Jews.
7:30 p.m.
Streets to the Stage: A History of Hip HopFeb. 23-27This is a hip-hop dance concert that will explore the hip-hop culture through choreography and performance. The piece will look at hip-hop through a concert dance lens rather than solely a commercialized dance style, and how it translates from a street dance form to the concert stage.
2:30 p.m.
The Strother TheatreFeb. 25 - Mar. 3 Jordan Berman would love to be in love, but that’s easier said than done. So until he meets Mr. Right, he wards off lonely nights with his trio of close girlfriends. But as singles’ nights turn into bachelorette parties, Jordan discovers that the only thing harder than finding love is supporting the loved ones around you when they do. From the critically acclaimed writer who brought you Bad Jews.
7:30 p.m.
Streets to the Stage: A History of Hip HopFeb. 23-27This is a hip-hop dance concert that will explore the hip-hop culture through choreography and performance. The piece will look at hip-hop through a concert dance lens rather than solely a commercialized dance style, and how it translates from a street dance form to the concert stage.
7:30 p.m.
The Strother TheatreFeb. 25 - Mar. 3 Jordan Berman would love to be in love, but that’s easier said than done. So until he meets Mr. Right, he wards off lonely nights with his trio of close girlfriends. But as singles’ nights turn into bachelorette parties, Jordan discovers that the only thing harder than finding love is supporting the loved ones around you when they do. From the critically acclaimed writer who brought you Bad Jews.
7:30 p.m.
The Strother TheatreFeb. 25 - Mar. 3 Jordan Berman would love to be in love, but that’s easier said than done. So until he meets Mr. Right, he wards off lonely nights with his trio of close girlfriends. But as singles’ nights turn into bachelorette parties, Jordan discovers that the only thing harder than finding love is supporting the loved ones around you when they do. From the critically acclaimed writer who brought you Bad Jews.
7:30 p.m.
The Strother TheatreFeb. 25 - Mar. 3 Jordan Berman would love to be in love, but that’s easier said than done. So until he meets Mr. Right, he wards off lonely nights with his trio of close girlfriends. But as singles’ nights turn into bachelorette parties, Jordan discovers that the only thing harder than finding love is supporting the loved ones around you when they do. From the critically acclaimed writer who brought you Bad Jews.
7:30 p.m.
The Strother TheatreFeb. 25 - Mar. 3 Jordan Berman would love to be in love, but that’s easier said than done. So until he meets Mr. Right, he wards off lonely nights with his trio of close girlfriends. But as singles’ nights turn into bachelorette parties, Jordan discovers that the only thing harder than finding love is supporting the loved ones around you when they do. From the critically acclaimed writer who brought you Bad Jews.
7:30 p.m.
I Thought You Hung the MoonMar. 22 - 27 A close-up on the lives of Faye - an artist - and Nico - an athlete - as they float towards and away from each other over two decades. this linear drama explores the tightrope of chasing dreams, coping with grief, the intimacy of friendship, loneliness, and the idea that home can be a person as well as a place. how do you let go of what you're helplessly tied to?
7:30 p.m.
I Thought You Hung the MoonMar. 22 - 27 A close-up on the lives of Faye - an artist - and Nico - an athlete - as they float towards and away from each other over two decades. this linear drama explores the tightrope of chasing dreams, coping with grief, the intimacy of friendship, loneliness, and the idea that home can be a person as well as a place. how do you let go of what you're helplessly tied to?
7:30 p.m.
I Thought You Hung the MoonMar. 22 - 27 A close-up on the lives of Faye - an artist - and Nico - an athlete - as they float towards and away from each other over two decades. this linear drama explores the tightrope of chasing dreams, coping with grief, the intimacy of friendship, loneliness, and the idea that home can be a person as well as a place. how do you let go of what you're helplessly tied to?
2:30 p.m.
I Thought You Hung the MoonMar. 22 - 27 A close-up on the lives of Faye - an artist - and Nico - an athlete - as they float towards and away from each other over two decades. this linear drama explores the tightrope of chasing dreams, coping with grief, the intimacy of friendship, loneliness, and the idea that home can be a person as well as a place. how do you let go of what you're helplessly tied to?
7:30 p.m.
University TheatreMar. 25- April 2 15-year-old Christopher has an extraordinary brain: He is exceptional at mathematics but ill-equipped to interpret everyday life. He has never ventured alone beyond the end of his road, he detests being touched, and he distrusts strangers. Now it is 7 minutes after midnight, and Christopher stands beside his neighbor’s dead dog, Wellington, who has been speared with a garden fork. Finding himself under suspicion, Christopher is determined to solve the mystery of who murdered Wellington, and he carefully records each fact of the crime. But his detective work, forbidden by his father, takes him on a thrilling journey that upturns his world.
2:30 p.m.
I Thought You Hung the MoonMar. 22 - 27 A close-up on the lives of Faye - an artist - and Nico - an athlete - as they float towards and away from each other over two decades. this linear drama explores the tightrope of chasing dreams, coping with grief, the intimacy of friendship, loneliness, and the idea that home can be a person as well as a place. how do you let go of what you're helplessly tied to?
7:30 p.m.
I Thought You Hung the MoonMar. 22 - 27 A close-up on the lives of Faye - an artist - and Nico - an athlete - as they float towards and away from each other over two decades. this linear drama explores the tightrope of chasing dreams, coping with grief, the intimacy of friendship, loneliness, and the idea that home can be a person as well as a place. how do you let go of what you're helplessly tied to?
7:30 p.m.
University TheatreMar. 25- April 2 15-year-old Christopher has an extraordinary brain: He is exceptional at mathematics but ill-equipped to interpret everyday life. He has never ventured alone beyond the end of his road, he detests being touched, and he distrusts strangers. Now it is 7 minutes after midnight, and Christopher stands beside his neighbor’s dead dog, Wellington, who has been speared with a garden fork. Finding himself under suspicion, Christopher is determined to solve the mystery of who murdered Wellington, and he carefully records each fact of the crime. But his detective work, forbidden by his father, takes him on a thrilling journey that upturns his world.
2:30 p.m.
I Thought You Hung the MoonMar. 22 - 27 A close-up on the lives of Faye - an artist - and Nico - an athlete - as they float towards and away from each other over two decades. this linear drama explores the tightrope of chasing dreams, coping with grief, the intimacy of friendship, loneliness, and the idea that home can be a person as well as a place. how do you let go of what you're helplessly tied to?
2:30 p.m.
University TheatreMar. 25- April 2 15-year-old Christopher has an extraordinary brain: He is exceptional at mathematics but ill-equipped to interpret everyday life. He has never ventured alone beyond the end of his road, he detests being touched, and he distrusts strangers. Now it is 7 minutes after midnight, and Christopher stands beside his neighbor’s dead dog, Wellington, who has been speared with a garden fork. Finding himself under suspicion, Christopher is determined to solve the mystery of who murdered Wellington, and he carefully records each fact of the crime. But his detective work, forbidden by his father, takes him on a thrilling journey that upturns his world.
7:30 p.m.
University TheatreMar. 25- April 2 15-year-old Christopher has an extraordinary brain: He is exceptional at mathematics but ill-equipped to interpret everyday life. He has never ventured alone beyond the end of his road, he detests being touched, and he distrusts strangers. Now it is 7 minutes after midnight, and Christopher stands beside his neighbor’s dead dog, Wellington, who has been speared with a garden fork. Finding himself under suspicion, Christopher is determined to solve the mystery of who murdered Wellington, and he carefully records each fact of the crime. But his detective work, forbidden by his father, takes him on a thrilling journey that upturns his world.
7:30 p.m.
University TheatreMar. 25- April 2 15-year-old Christopher has an extraordinary brain: He is exceptional at mathematics but ill-equipped to interpret everyday life. He has never ventured alone beyond the end of his road, he detests being touched, and he distrusts strangers. Now it is 7 minutes after midnight, and Christopher stands beside his neighbor’s dead dog, Wellington, who has been speared with a garden fork. Finding himself under suspicion, Christopher is determined to solve the mystery of who murdered Wellington, and he carefully records each fact of the crime. But his detective work, forbidden by his father, takes him on a thrilling journey that upturns his world.
7:30 p.m.
University TheatreMar. 25- April 2 15-year-old Christopher has an extraordinary brain: He is exceptional at mathematics but ill-equipped to interpret everyday life. He has never ventured alone beyond the end of his road, he detests being touched, and he distrusts strangers. Now it is 7 minutes after midnight, and Christopher stands beside his neighbor’s dead dog, Wellington, who has been speared with a garden fork. Finding himself under suspicion, Christopher is determined to solve the mystery of who murdered Wellington, and he carefully records each fact of the crime. But his detective work, forbidden by his father, takes him on a thrilling journey that upturns his world.
7:30 p.m.
University TheatreMar. 25- April 2 15-year-old Christopher has an extraordinary brain: He is exceptional at mathematics but ill-equipped to interpret everyday life. He has never ventured alone beyond the end of his road, he detests being touched, and he distrusts strangers. Now it is 7 minutes after midnight, and Christopher stands beside his neighbor’s dead dog, Wellington, who has been speared with a garden fork. Finding himself under suspicion, Christopher is determined to solve the mystery of who murdered Wellington, and he carefully records each fact of the crime. But his detective work, forbidden by his father, takes him on a thrilling journey that upturns his world.
7:30 p.m.
Spring Choreography ProjectsApril 1-3 Selected works from dance majors highlighting the best in original dances that vary in style and form.
7:30 p.m.
Spring Choreography ProjectsApril 1-3 Selected works from dance majors highlighting the best in original dances that vary in style and form.
7:30 p.m.
University TheatreMar. 25- April 2 15-year-old Christopher has an extraordinary brain: He is exceptional at mathematics but ill-equipped to interpret everyday life. He has never ventured alone beyond the end of his road, he detests being touched, and he distrusts strangers. Now it is 7 minutes after midnight, and Christopher stands beside his neighbor’s dead dog, Wellington, who has been speared with a garden fork. Finding himself under suspicion, Christopher is determined to solve the mystery of who murdered Wellington, and he carefully records each fact of the crime. But his detective work, forbidden by his father, takes him on a thrilling journey that upturns his world.
7:30 p.m.
Spring Choreography ProjectsApril 1-3 Selected works from dance majors highlighting the best in original dances that vary in style and form.
7:30 p.m.
Just DesertsApr 5-10 Since the beginning of time, the three Furies have dedicated their immortal lives to the ancient honorable principle of a slit throat for a slit throat. But when a young man walks into hell seeking help to avenge his father’s death—by killing his mother—they draw the line. And when he ignores their warnings against matricide and then begs for mercy, the order of the universe hangs in the balance.
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Calendar: Graduate School
April 6, 2022 is the Spring 2022 submission deadline for RES 697 Research Paper, CRPR 698 Creative Project, THES 698 Thesis, and DISS 799 Doctor’s Dissertation.
7:30 p.m.
Just DesertsApr 5-10 Since the beginning of time, the three Furies have dedicated their immortal lives to the ancient honorable principle of a slit throat for a slit throat. But when a young man walks into hell seeking help to avenge his father’s death—by killing his mother—they draw the line. And when he ignores their warnings against matricide and then begs for mercy, the order of the universe hangs in the balance.
7:30 p.m.
Just DesertsApr 5-10 Since the beginning of time, the three Furies have dedicated their immortal lives to the ancient honorable principle of a slit throat for a slit throat. But when a young man walks into hell seeking help to avenge his father’s death—by killing his mother—they draw the line. And when he ignores their warnings against matricide and then begs for mercy, the order of the universe hangs in the balance.
7:30 p.m.
Just DesertsApr 5-10 Since the beginning of time, the three Furies have dedicated their immortal lives to the ancient honorable principle of a slit throat for a slit throat. But when a young man walks into hell seeking help to avenge his father’s death—by killing his mother—they draw the line. And when he ignores their warnings against matricide and then begs for mercy, the order of the universe hangs in the balance.
7:30 p.m.
The Strother TheatreApril 8-16 Set in 1870, a struggling homestead in the American Great Plains receives new life with the discovery of dinosaur bones. (SKIN & BONES was developed as part of the Grow A Show program at the Lied Center for Performing Arts, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, with further development at The PiTCH (Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival) and SigWorks Musical Theatre Lab (Signature Theatre).
2:30 p.m.
Just DesertsApr 5-10 Since the beginning of time, the three Furies have dedicated their immortal lives to the ancient honorable principle of a slit throat for a slit throat. But when a young man walks into hell seeking help to avenge his father’s death—by killing his mother—they draw the line. And when he ignores their warnings against matricide and then begs for mercy, the order of the universe hangs in the balance.
7:30 p.m.
Just DesertsApr 5-10 Since the beginning of time, the three Furies have dedicated their immortal lives to the ancient honorable principle of a slit throat for a slit throat. But when a young man walks into hell seeking help to avenge his father’s death—by killing his mother—they draw the line. And when he ignores their warnings against matricide and then begs for mercy, the order of the universe hangs in the balance.
7:30 p.m.
The Strother TheatreApril 8-16 Set in 1870, a struggling homestead in the American Great Plains receives new life with the discovery of dinosaur bones. (SKIN & BONES was developed as part of the Grow A Show program at the Lied Center for Performing Arts, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, with further development at The PiTCH (Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival) and SigWorks Musical Theatre Lab (Signature Theatre).
2:30 p.m.
Just DesertsApr 5-10 Since the beginning of time, the three Furies have dedicated their immortal lives to the ancient honorable principle of a slit throat for a slit throat. But when a young man walks into hell seeking help to avenge his father’s death—by killing his mother—they draw the line. And when he ignores their warnings against matricide and then begs for mercy, the order of the universe hangs in the balance.
2:30 p.m.
The Strother TheatreApril 8-16 Set in 1870, a struggling homestead in the American Great Plains receives new life with the discovery of dinosaur bones. (SKIN & BONES was developed as part of the Grow A Show program at the Lied Center for Performing Arts, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, with further development at The PiTCH (Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival) and SigWorks Musical Theatre Lab (Signature Theatre).
7:30 p.m.
The Strother TheatreApril 8-16 Set in 1870, a struggling homestead in the American Great Plains receives new life with the discovery of dinosaur bones. (SKIN & BONES was developed as part of the Grow A Show program at the Lied Center for Performing Arts, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, with further development at The PiTCH (Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival) and SigWorks Musical Theatre Lab (Signature Theatre).
7:30 p.m.
The Strother TheatreApril 8-16 Set in 1870, a struggling homestead in the American Great Plains receives new life with the discovery of dinosaur bones. (SKIN & BONES was developed as part of the Grow A Show program at the Lied Center for Performing Arts, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, with further development at The PiTCH (Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival) and SigWorks Musical Theatre Lab (Signature Theatre).
7:30 p.m.
The Strother TheatreApril 8-16 Set in 1870, a struggling homestead in the American Great Plains receives new life with the discovery of dinosaur bones. (SKIN & BONES was developed as part of the Grow A Show program at the Lied Center for Performing Arts, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, with further development at The PiTCH (Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival) and SigWorks Musical Theatre Lab (Signature Theatre).
7:30 p.m.
The Strother TheatreApril 8-16 Set in 1870, a struggling homestead in the American Great Plains receives new life with the discovery of dinosaur bones. (SKIN & BONES was developed as part of the Grow A Show program at the Lied Center for Performing Arts, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, with further development at The PiTCH (Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival) and SigWorks Musical Theatre Lab (Signature Theatre).
2:30 p.m.
The Strother TheatreApril 8-16 Set in 1870, a struggling homestead in the American Great Plains receives new life with the discovery of dinosaur bones. (SKIN & BONES was developed as part of the Grow A Show program at the Lied Center for Performing Arts, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, with further development at The PiTCH (Finger Lakes Musical Theatre Festival) and SigWorks Musical Theatre Lab (Signature Theatre).
1 p.m.
This guided tour, led by Erin Moore from the Office of Community Engagement, will showcase unique amenities and attractions on campus and downtown Muncie.
7:30 p.m.
University TheatreApril 27-30 Coppelia is a comedic ballet originally choreographed by Arthur Saint-Leon to music by Leo Delibes. Dr. Coppelius is a doctor who has made a life-size dancing doll. It is so lifelike that Franz, a village youth, becomes infatuated with it and sets aside his heart's true desire, Swanhilda. She shows him his folly by dressing as the doll, pretending to make it come to life and ultimately saving him from an untimely end at the hands of the inventor.
7:30 p.m.
University TheatreApril 27-30 Coppelia is a comedic ballet originally choreographed by Arthur Saint-Leon to music by Leo Delibes. Dr. Coppelius is a doctor who has made a life-size dancing doll. It is so lifelike that Franz, a village youth, becomes infatuated with it and sets aside his heart's true desire, Swanhilda. She shows him his folly by dressing as the doll, pretending to make it come to life and ultimately saving him from an untimely end at the hands of the inventor.
7:30 p.m.
University TheatreApril 27-30 Coppelia is a comedic ballet originally choreographed by Arthur Saint-Leon to music by Leo Delibes. Dr. Coppelius is a doctor who has made a life-size dancing doll. It is so lifelike that Franz, a village youth, becomes infatuated with it and sets aside his heart's true desire, Swanhilda. She shows him his folly by dressing as the doll, pretending to make it come to life and ultimately saving him from an untimely end at the hands of the inventor.
7:30 p.m.
University TheatreApril 27-30 Coppelia is a comedic ballet originally choreographed by Arthur Saint-Leon to music by Leo Delibes. Dr. Coppelius is a doctor who has made a life-size dancing doll. It is so lifelike that Franz, a village youth, becomes infatuated with it and sets aside his heart's true desire, Swanhilda. She shows him his folly by dressing as the doll, pretending to make it come to life and ultimately saving him from an untimely end at the hands of the inventor.
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Small Cities Conference 2020The Small Cities Conference brings together scholars and policymakers to focus on issues facing small cities and rural communities during this three-day conference. Full details available at https://sites.bsu.edu/smallcities
All Day Event
Small Cities Conference 2020The Small Cities Conference brings together scholars and policymakers to focus on issues facing small cities and rural communities during this three-day conference. Full details available at https://sites.bsu.edu/smallcities
All Day Event
Small Cities Conference 2020The Small Cities Conference brings together scholars and policymakers to focus on issues facing small cities and rural communities during this three-day conference. Full details available at https://sites.bsu.edu/smallcities
All Day Event
Small Cities Conference 2020The Small Cities Conference brings together scholars and policymakers to focus on issues facing small cities and rural communities during this three-day conference. Full details available at https://sites.bsu.edu/smallcities
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Calendar: Graduate School
To receive your degree in Summer of 2022, you must apply to graduate by May 25, 2022, even if you don’t plan to attend the commencement ceremony.
All Day Event
Calendar: Graduate School
June 22, 2022 is the Summer 2022 submission deadline for RES 697 Research Paper, CRPR 698 Creative Project, THES 698 Thesis, and DISS 799 Doctor’s Dissertation.
1 p.m.
This guided tour, led by Erin Moore from the Office of Community Engagement, will showcase unique amenities and attractions on campus and downtown Muncie.