COVID-19 and Events on Campus

In response to COVID-19, Ball State University has taken several measures to protect the health of our students, faculty and staff, and visitors, including the cancellation or postponement of many events. If you plan to attend an event and are not sure if it will still take place, please contact the coordinator listed for that event. For more information, see the latest updates on Ball State's response to COVID-19.

Upcoming Events
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Interested in the theory and practice of public-focused, interdisciplinary design for cities, town, neighborhoods, and places?! Our one-year Indianapolis-based Master of Urban Design (MUD) integrates the various interconnected yet disparate elements of people, communities, policies, plans, landscapes, buildings, streets, and in-between spaces.
11 a.m.
Calendar: Working Well
Self-care for your Mind – An Online Lunch and Learn Series. These Lunch and Learns will focus on different topics to help you take an active role in protecting your wellbeing. Join us for a session or the series
11 a.m.
University Libraries WorkshopWhether you are working on a term paper, thesis, or preparing a performance, the resources you access online are your "breadcrumbs" - the path you take to locate your sources. Amy Edmonds, Music and Media Librarian, will offer tips for documenting online sources, including recordings, videos, sheet music, and born-digital material. Feel free to contact her in advance with your questions or to set up a one-on-one consultation if you are unable to attend the workshop.
12:30 p.m.
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6:30 p.m.
Earth, Moon and SunJoin us as we explore the relationship between the Earth, Moon, and Sun with the help of Coyote, our amusing character “scientist.” Learn the basics of fusion and solar energy, why the Sun appears to rise and set, and much more. Families with children in grades three through five will especially enjoy this look at the Earth-Moon-Sun system, though audiences of all ages can appreciate learning the science behind the myths explored.
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Part of Term 21 (first half term) ends.
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Calendar: Registrar
Classes taught in Part of Term 21 (first half term) end today.
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Electronic final grade submission is available for classes taught in Part of Term 21 (first half term).
10 a.m.
University Libraries WorkshopNaxos Music Library is a subscription-based music streaming resource for classical music provided by the Ball State University Libraries. With over a million tracks available, you may wish to select preferred performances to use for personal study or sharing with others. This workshop will cover the basics of searching and selecting tracks for listening, the steps for setting up a playlist for personal or studio use, and information about citing or sharing tracks in bibliographies or assignments.
12 p.m.
Join the Office of Graduate Admissions to learn about the opportunities that await you at Ball State University. Find your passion and purpose at Ball State with over 100 graduate programs to choose from, dedicated faculty that inspire our students, and a campus with premiere facilities. Discover all Ball State has to offer during our upcoming information session!
6:30 p.m.
Earth, Moon and SunJoin us as we explore the relationship between the Earth, Moon, and Sun with the help of Coyote, our amusing character “scientist.” Learn the basics of fusion and solar energy, why the Sun appears to rise and set, and much more. Families with children in grades three through five will especially enjoy this look at the Earth-Moon-Sun system, though audiences of all ages can appreciate learning the science behind the myths explored.
1 p.m.
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Each one of us is only #OneTransaction away from helping close the racial wealth gap.
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University classes begin for Part of Term 22 (second half term).
All Day Event
Calendar: Registrar
University classes begin for Part of Term 22 (second half term).
2 p.m.
University Libraries WorkshopPlease join the University Libraries for a livestream presentation on EndNote, a free citation management software. If you need to manage lots of citations, EndNote might be the solution for you. Use it to organize references and create bibliographies in many citation styles, including APA and MLA.
10 a.m.
Engaging community members is more important, and more challenging, than ever. Simply hosting a town hall or settling for insights from the usual suspects no longer suffices.
10 a.m.
University Libraries WorkshopPlease join the University Libraries for a livestream presentation on EndNote, a free citation management software. If you need to manage lots of citations, EndNote might be the solution for you. Use it to organize references and create bibliographies in many citation styles, including APA and MLA.
12:30 p.m.
Calendar: Working Well
4 p.m.
University Libraries WorkshopMusicians and researchers interested in music often need very specific items or types of items within the Libraries’ extensive collections. This workshop will address subject headings, formats, keywords, and faceted search strategies specific to music materials. Amy Edmonds, Music and Media Librarian, will guide users to the most useful features of OneSearch based on common needs of musicians, but will also address specific questions as attendees follow on their own devices. Feel free to email questions in advance.
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Calendar: Graduate School
June 23, 2021 is the Summer 2021 submission deadline for RES 697 Research Paper, CRPR 698 Creative Project, THES 698 Thesis, and DISS 799 Doctor’s Dissertation.
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Change of course end for Part of Term 22 (second half term).
12 p.m.
University Libraries WorkshopEver read an intriguing article and wanted to read more about the topic? Join the University Libraries to learn how to use citation chaining to find articles that cited and were cited by an article you have found. You'll also learn how to use article metadata to find additional articles about the same subjects. Feel free to bring an article to work with!
1 p.m.
You might be asking yourself, what's next? If you are graduating soon and trying to figure out your next step, or have been looking for a career change or enhancement, please join us to talk about how The Center for Information and Communication Sciences (CICS) might fit into your future.
3:59 p.m.
All final grade submissions for first half term classes must be submitted electronically by 3:59 p.m. today.
7 p.m.
You might be asking yourself, what's next? If you are graduating soon and trying to figure out your next step, or have been looking for a career change or enhancement, please join us to talk about how The Center for Information and Communication Sciences (CICS) might fit into your future.
10 a.m.
Do you enjoy outdoor environments? Are you a designer? A problem-solver? A critical thinker? If so, you belong in our MLA program. Investing three inspiring years could earn you a professional design degree from a nationally-ranked program.
12:30 p.m.
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6:30 p.m.
Earth, Moon and SunJoin us as we explore the relationship between the Earth, Moon, and Sun with the help of Coyote, our amusing character “scientist.” Learn the basics of fusion and solar energy, why the Sun appears to rise and set, and much more. Families with children in grades three through five will especially enjoy this look at the Earth-Moon-Sun system, though audiences of all ages can appreciate learning the science behind the myths explored.
6:30 p.m.
Earth, Moon and SunJoin us as we explore the relationship between the Earth, Moon, and Sun with the help of Coyote, our amusing character “scientist.” Learn the basics of fusion and solar energy, why the Sun appears to rise and set, and much more. Families with children in grades three through five will especially enjoy this look at the Earth-Moon-Sun system, though audiences of all ages can appreciate learning the science behind the myths explored.
All Day Event
Today is the last day to web withdrawal for classes in Part of Term 1 (full summer).
12:30 p.m.
Calendar: Working Well
2 p.m.
We invite you to connect with us through our Coffee Talks series to learn more about the opportunities available through Ball State's Accelerated Master's Program (AMP), the application requirements and process, and resources available to further assist you in the graduate application process here at Ball State. If you are a currently admitted Ball State undergraduate student with at least 75 credit hours and a 3.25 cumulative GPA, you may be eligible for the Accelerated Master’s Program (AMP). AMP allows you to begin your graduate studies while still an undergraduate student! Start your graduate classes while completing your undergraduate degree where your courses double-count toward your bachelor’s and master’s degrees, saving time and money as you pursue your master's degree at Ball State.
4 p.m.
University Libraries WorkshopThe University Libraries offers access to scholarly articles about music through several online databases. This workshop will cover basic principles of database searching as well as specific techniques for music databases, and strategies for keeping up with new publications. Amy Edmonds, Music and Media Librarian, will guide users to the most useful features of RILM Abstracts of Music Literature, Oxford Music Online, and Music Index based on common needs of musicians, but will also address specific questions as attendees follow on their own devices. Feel free to email questions in advance.
11 a.m.
University Libraries WorkshopUniversity Libraries offers diverse options for supporting your Fall Semester classes. Learn about the many ways to introduce your students to the Libraries and how librarians can collaborate with you to build your students’ information literacy and research skills. We offer in-person and online instruction sessions, and can create assignment-focused course guides.