• BSU Print Advertisement Spring 2007
    • IN Biz; The Magazine for Indiana Entrepreneurs and High-Growth Companies
    • Full page advertisement on the back cover featuring student Zac Adkins and the BAA-Indianapolis International Airport project.
  • 2007 Report to the State; Building Better Communities 3/2007
    • Renewing Indiana; Airport Innovations, page 15
  • Indianapolis Business Journal 3/10/2007
    • Gora the Explorer: Ball State chief always seeking new ways to build university’s relevance. reputation
    • Chris O’Malley, IBJ Staff
  • President’s Report; Education Redefined 3/2007
    • Experience + Success; At Ball State, student Success exceeds expectations; International Honors
  • Indianapolis Center Kiosk 11/2006
    • Promotional Video
    • A video was produced to be displayed in a kiosk at the Indianapolis Center foyer to promote Immersive Learning projects at Ball State University.
  • WCRH TV News 11/9/2006
    • Interview with student team members Shaun Wilson and Zac Adkins about the Business Fellows program and the Emergency Management team’s training class on HAZUS-MH software on November 9-10, 2006.
  • BSU Television Commercial Fall 2006
    • Describes the Cluster Computing solution developed for the Indianapolis International Airport
  • Daily News Online 11/9/2006
  • Ball State University NewsCenter 11/2/2006
    • “Ball State Business Fellows to participate in training session to predict flooding.”
    • Describes the Emergency Management Business Fellows team and the HAZUS-HM Software class hosted by the OAsIS Center and funded by the Indiana Department of Homeland Security, in order to train the student team.
    • Reprinted at:
      • Miller College of Business
      • Alumni Association
      • Career Center
      • Faculty and Staff
  • Ball State University NewsCenter 10/13/2006
    • Student Paper Detailing Immersive Learning Experience Honored At Conference
    • Describes the award for Best Paper in the Co-operative Projects category, won by Howard Wickelman and Zac Adkins at the International Informatice Challenge 2006 in Dublin, Ireland; September, 2006.
  • Daily News 10/2/2006
    • “Seniors win international award for work; Students develop computer system to make Indy airport more reliable”
    • Vol.86, Issue 29
    • Describes the International Informatics Challenge 2006 in Dublin, Ireland; and how students Zac Adkins and Howard Wickelman won the Co-operative Project category with a case study about the Business Fellows solution for the Indianapolis International Airport.
  • Miller Monday 10/2/2006
    • Remember I told you several weeks ago that Fred Kitchens (ISOM) had accompanied two students to Ireland to present a paper at the Business Informatics Challenge 2006?...
  • Miller Monday 9/18/2006
    • Fred Kitchens (ISOM) supervised a Business Fellows project last year involving BAA Indianapolis, LLC…
  • Miller Monday 4/10/2006
    • Fred Kitchens (ISOM) reports that Phil Repp and O’Neal Smitherman asked him to send over 3 of his Cluster Computing students last Friday to be interviewed by some visitors from “McNeil/Lehrer.”…
  • WCRH TV News 4/7/2006
    • Interview with Dr. Kitchens and student team member, Will Freeman, about the Business Fellows and the Cluster team’s work with BAA-I at the Indianapolis International Airport.
  • Academic Research and Sponsored Programs, website 3/22/2006
    • “What is the Student Symposium?”
    • Describes the annual Student Research Symposium, including a photograph of Fred Kitchens and student James Skinner.
  • Inside indiana Business with Gerry Dick 12/9/2005
    • “Ball State students working to develop cluster computer project at Indy airport”
    • Describes the Business Fellows Project for 2005-6 in which the Cluster Team is working with BAA-Indianapolis, the airport management company for the Indianapolis Airport Authority.
  • Ball State News Center 12/8/2005
    • “Ball State students working to develop cluster computer project at Indy airport”
    • Describes the Business Fellows Project for 2005-6 in which the Cluster Team is working with BAA-Indianapolis, the airport management company for the Indianapolis Airport Authority.
  • On-Line Video 12/2004
    • BSU Faculty Research Video Project
    • Office of Academic Research and Sponsored Programs
    • Describes the collaboration between the Cluster Computing Research Project and the IS Security Lab in the ISOM Department.
  • The Star Press (Muncie) Newspaper, 11/4/2004
    • "Lilly program sponsors 13 initiatives for 2004"
    • Describes the Business Fellows program, sponsored by Lilly, and explains the objectives of each team in the program.
  • COB Exchange, 1/1/2002
    • "Supercomputing Comes to COB"
    • Summarizes the project's progress as of the end of Phase I.
  • COB Exchange, 3/4/2002
    • "Don't Pollute: Build a Supercomputer"
    • Explains the dangers of dumping old computer equipment, and how a donation to the CCR Project can help avoid that problem.
  • The Star Press (Muncie) Sunday Newspaper, 3/10/2002
    • "Ball State Business Class Puts Old Computers To Good Use"
    • Describes the current status and focus of the CCR Project.
      • Generated many personal donations of equipment
  • The Star Press (Muncie) Sunday Newspaper, 3/10/2002.
    • "Don't Throw That Old Computer Away," a companion article to "Ball State Business Class Puts Old Computers To Good Use"
    • Explains how the CCR Project can use donations of old computer equipment.
  • Daily News (Ball State University), 3/21/2002
    • "Students assemble computer from scratch"
    • Explains the Cluster Computing Research Project and describes the current status.
      • Generated student interest, resulting in several new team members
  • Channel 6 Evening News, 3/21/2002
    • Discusses the concept of cluster computing and describes the project at Ball State University, including interviews with team members.
      • Generated interest from potential High School students interested in attending Ball State
  • Update newsletter for employees of Ball State, 4/8/2002
    • “Business Class Reclaims Old PCs to build Supercomputer”
    • Describes the focus and purpose of the Cluster Computing Research Project as a class in the College of Business.
      • Resulted in potential research applications with faculty from the Chemistry Departments at Ball State and West Virginia University
  • The Indianapolis Star, 4/12/2002
    • “Students Seek Bits, Bytes for Project”
    • Discusses the concept of cluster computing, and describes the project purpose, benefits, and accomplishments.
      • Generated substantial donations from Raytheon Inc., and Hendricks County Bank and Trust.
  • COB Exchange, 4/2/2002
    • “Cluster Computing: Interesting and Helpful”

· Black Issues in Higher Education, 4/25/2002

    • Volume 13, No. 5, pg. 29
    • “Ball State Creates Supercomputer From Old Desktop Computers,” in “Tech Briefs”
    • Describes the project as something other schools might be interested in undertaking.
      • Generated interest from faculty interested in building a cluster at Mount St. Mary's College, Los Angeles, CA
  • Detroit Free Press, 5/15/2002
    • “Three easy fixes can give computers their old zip” in “Tech Q&A,” by Heather Newman,
    • Suggests donating old computers to Ball State
      • Generated several offers to donate equipment
  • Alumnus Magazine, Ball State University, page 14, 7/1/2002
    • “Business Class Reclaims Old PCs to Build Supercomputer” in “Across Campus.”
  • Business Magazine, Ball State University College of Business, Fall 2002
    • “Trash to Treasure: Ball State Business Students build a supercomputer from hand-me-down machines.”
    • Pages 13-16.
  • BSU Television Commercial 12/31/2002
    • Aired during half time of the BSU vs. IU basketball game on New Year’s Eve
    • Interviews with Dr. Kitchens and several students, describing the project and its potential benefits.
  • Vision 2006; Delaware County Community Technology Initiative Newsletter

3/18/2003

    • “Cluster Computing Research Project Presented at March Tech Tuesday”
    • Describes the CCRP Team’s recent presentation at the Muncie Convention Center.

· Update newsletter for employees of Ball State, 3/31/2003

    • “Ball State Supercomputer Lands First Client”
    • Describes Siligi Solutions and the software testing that CCRP will be doing for them.

· Inside indiana Business 3/31/2003

    • “Ball State Supercomputer Lands First Client”
    • Describes the Cluster Computing Research Project and its first client, Siligi Solutions LLC.
  • WCRH TV News 4/2/2003
    • Interview with Dr. Kitchens and Alumnus, Don Kaczmarek, about the Siligi software partnership.
  • Business Magazine, Ball State University College of Business, Spring 2003
    • “Supercomputer Update,” page 3.