May 17, 2011

BSU's Virginia Ball Center announces its 2011-12 immersive learning courses

Immersive learning, the heart of a Ball State education, melds content, skills, societal need, and student interests into a transformative experience. IL brings interdisciplinary student teams together to solve problems for community partners. The result is a final product that enhances the community with a lasting impact.

At Ball State's Virginia B. Ball Center for Creative Inquiry, four Ball State University faculty members are chosen each year to teach interdisciplinary seminars to 15 students. The students are chosen by application or audition. Leading the seminars for the coming academic year:
Seminars for the 2011-12 academic year will examine the correlation between art and philosophy, vernacular memorials, the intersections of gaming and learning, and the presence of home ownership embedded in children's culture.

For more information about the seminars, please visit the Ball State news release by clicking here.

For more information about the Virginia B. Ball Center, visit their website at

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