Fall 2017 Ball State Immersive Learning Projects

Ball State faculty, students, and community partners are working together this summer on a number of immersive learning projects in and around Muncie.

Anthony Neighborhood Action Plan
Community Partner:  Anthony Neighborhood Association
Faculty Mentor:  Lisa Dunaway, Department of Urban Planning

Community Collaboration and Service Learning in Wellness Management
Community Partner: TBA
Faculty Mentor: Jane Ellery, School of Kinesiology

Creating Community Through Drama: Outreach at Muncie Civic Theatre
Community Partner: Muncie Civic Theatre
Faculty Mentor: Peggy Fisher, Department of Communication Studies

Harvesting Hope in Muncie
Community Partner:  Farmished
Faculty Mentor:  Kate Elliott, Department of Journalism

Maring-Hunt Community Garden Pavilion (ongoing)
Community Partners: Maring-Hunt Public Library, Community Gardeners, Southview Elementary School, Thomas Park/Avondale Neighborhood Association
Faculty Mentor: Pam Harwood, Department of Architecture

NAMI Delaware County-Reaching Out to Persons with Severe Mental Illness in Local Criminal Justice
Community Partner: National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)
Faculty Mentor: Monte Staton, Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology

Pathway to Success (P25): Improving College Readiness for Indiana High School Students
Community Partner: Indiana Academy, Region 6 JAG, and Smart Sparrow
Faculty Mentors: Cindy Cash and Dan Jones, iLearn

PD3-Professional Develop, Differentiated, and Digitized
Community Partner: Muncie Community Schools
Faculty Mentor: Jon Clausen, Department of Educational Studies

Purple Cow: Moving from Ordinary to Extraordinary Care for Children
Community Partner: Kidz Korner Child Care Center
Faculty Mentor: Stacey Allred, Department of Elementary Education

Team 2 – Reading Intervention at the Youth Opportunity Center
Community Partner: Youth Opportunity Center
Faculty Mentors: Ruth Jefferson, Department of Special Education, Janay Sander, Department of Educational Psychology


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