An Immersive Learning Advisory Committee of faculty and administrators guides this core university initiative. Members of the committee are eager to provide you with support and help you find a project that blends your interests and educational focus with societal needs. Various grants—including the Provost Immersive Learning Grant—are available to fuel these transformative endeavors. Faculty members in search of funding opportunities should contact Dr. Jackie Buckrop in the Office of the Provost.
Jennifer Blackmer, College of Fine Arts
Jackie Buckrop, Office of the Provost
Martha A. Hunt, College of Architecture and Planning
Kelli Jo Huth, Building Better Communities
Fred L. Kitchens, Miller College of Business
Melinda Jo Messineo, College of Sciences and Humanities
Gary M. Pavlechko, Teachers College
Jane Ellery, College of Applied Sciences and Technology
Suzy Smith, College of Communication, Information, and Media
To learn more about immersive learning at Ball State, read about our featured immersive learning projects or connect with Building Better Communities (BBC), which matches Ball State’s expertise and resources with community partners throughout the state. The Virginia B. Ball Center for Creative Inquiry has been exploring the connections among the arts, humanities, sciences, and technology through student-produced projects since 2000.
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