The Virginia B. Ball Center for Creative Inquiry provides distinctive, rigorous, and transformative immersive learning experiences for Ball State students. Each year, four faculty members are chosen to lead teams of 15 students in interdisciplinary, immersive seminars.
Congratulations to the new VBC Fellows for the upcoming 2017-2018 academic year!
- Vanessa Ament, Telecommunications - "American Women in Film Sound"
- John Mckillip, Biology - Fine Focus: Catalyzing STEM Opportunities for Minority Undergraduates
- Elizabeth Agnew, Philosophy and Religious Studies - "Muslims in Muncie"
- Daniel Porter, School of Music - "Beneficence Records: Records for a Reason"
Read more about their upcoming seminars here: Press Release
Read about the 2016-2017 academic year projects...
See how our students worked with a community group to teach others about civil rights. Read more.
Read about our 2016-2017 seminars. Interested in more information about one of these current projects? Contact Adam Kuban & Lee Florea (Water Quality Indiana) or Rai Peterson & Sarojini Johnson (Book Arts Collaborative)!
Interested in doing a project? Click here to learn more and apply for a fellowship.
Our seminars have produced a wide range of creative projects and won distinguished awards and recognitions. For example:
Learn more about the center, our benefactor, our house, and the many seminars that have done incredible work within and beyond its walls.
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