February 22, 2011

Summer Immersive Learning Opportunities through Building Better Communities

Building Better Communities Fellows is an immersive learning program at Ball State University in which faculty and students find real-world solutions to real-world problems for Indiana businesses and organizations. Check out BBC's current and recent projects.

Funded in part by the Lilly Endowment Inc., the Fellows program engages interdisciplinary teams of students led by a faculty mentor in on-site, problem-based projects. BBC Fellows assist the local economy by focusing on directly improving services, developing new job opportunities, improving quality, or improving competitiveness for our business and community partners.

Building Better Communities Fellows is now recruiting students for the following summer projects:
  • High Riding Art and Equestrian Camp (Summer Session I)
  • East Central Indiana Youth Health and Wellness Camp (May 9-June 17)
  • Digital Archeology Simulation (Summer Session II)
Apply now or find out more about the projects listed above by visiting our website.
Questions? Contact Ruth Coffey at 765-285-1817.

BBC Fellows now recruiting for spring projects
Fall 2010 Fellows Immersive Learning Showcase: December 8

No comments:

Post a Comment