Friday, January 19, 2018
10 a.m.
Transfer Visit Days are special opportunities for transfer students and their families to visit our vibrant campus and learn more about transferring to Ball State.
11 a.m.
University Libraries WorkshopCongratulations, graduates! Leaving your student teaching behind and creating your own classroom? Don’t forget to attend this workshop to learn about resources available to you after you leave Ball State. We’ll talk about free online and public library options for teaching materials, resources for your students, and professional reading for you.
12 p.m.
University Libraries WorkshopFinale 25 is a music notation program that is the industry standard for music composition and publishing. Attend this workshop to learn about changes since Finale 2014, plus the basics of the new version.
1 p.m.
Mary Barr from Marketing and Communications will join the Foundation/Alumni to do in-person brand training.
3 p.m.
Mary Barr from Marketing and Communications will join Business Affairs to do in-person brand training.
3:30 p.m.
Join us in the Asian Art gallery most Fridays at 3:30 pm for a soothing, end of the week meditation.
6 p.m.
Friday Night Cardboard imageFriday Night Cardboard is hosted on Bracken Library's lower level on the third Friday of every month when Fall and Spring classes are in session. Board, card, and word games from Educational Technology & Resources' collections will be available to play, including modern board games like Dominion, Ticket to Ride, and (Settlers of) Catan, and family classics like Monopoly, Scrabble, and Uno. Participants are also welcome to bring a game of their own to share. Friday Night Cardboard also features an opportunity for players to learn unfamiliar games. Each month our librarian will choose a game from the University Libraries' collection and teach it to newcomers. Advance registration is not required. Just show up, and bring your friends!
6:30 p.m.
MoonsTake a journey through our solar system and explore the remarkable diversity of moons! From volcanoes and geysers to ice-covered oceans and methane rain, these natural satellites have some spectacular features, and many even exert a surprising influence on their planetary partners. Learn what these celestial bodies reveal about the history and workings of our solar system.