Tag: CECL


  • 2024 Annual Civic Learning Symposium

    2024 CIVIC LEARNING SYMPOSIUM Center for Economic and Civic Learning at Ball State University Date: September 27th & 28th Location: L.A. Pittenger Student Center at Ball State Time: 5-8pm on September 27th & 9am-3pm on September 28th EDUCATION, DIALOGUE, & DELIBERATION IN OUR DEMOCRACY The central theme for the 2024 Annual Civic Learning Symposium revolves […]

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  • Cardinals Vote! Information

    Bal State Student: Take the ALL IN Voter Pledge! Indiana Resident Students: Register to Vote. Check Your Indiana Voter Status, Poll Location and More! Key Info for Indiana Voters Registration Deadline — 29 days before the election. Your state voter ID number is your ten digit Indiana issued driver’s license number. If you do not […]

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  • Cardinals Vote! 2024 Button Design Contest

    Do you have a passion for democracy and creativity? The Center for Economic and Civic Learning is thrilled to announce the 2024 Button Design Contest,” and we want YOU to be a part of it! This contest was designed by the Ball State’s 2024 Democracy Fellows. Design Your Way to Promote Democracy! Contest Details: • […]

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  • Civic Education as Career Readiness

    Dr. David J. Roof, a faculty member in the Educational Studies department at Ball State University, is asking you to participate complete a survey, titled Civic Education as Career Readiness: A Survey of Midwest Employers (IRB# 21132270. Dr. Roof is conducting this study to answer the question: are civic identities, skills, and dispositions valued by […]

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  • BSU Faculty Journey to Uzbekistan

    Ball State Faculty Meet U.S. Ambassador, Embark on a Productive Journey to Uzbekistan A delegation of faculty members from Ball State University that included David J. Roof, Rachel Geesa, and Emil Khisamutdinov embarked on an enlightening journey to Uzbekistan, where they engaged in academic collaborations, explored educational opportunities, and met with U.S. Embassy Public Affairs […]

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  • Indiana Bar Foundation’s Inaugural Indiana Civics Summit

    Ball State University will participate in the Indiana Bar Foundation’s inaugural Indiana Civics Summit! This one-day conference includes national, regional, state, and local leaders representing government, education, business, and the legal community. This inaugural day-long collaborative, learning, and networking event is an opportunity to interact with Indiana Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch, Indiana Education Secretary Dr. […]

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  • UNITED – We are Looking for Ball State Students!

    Please Join Us! About UNITED. This program, supported by the U.S. Department of State and U.S. Embassy in Tashkent, is a 21-day exchange program to improve civic understanding and build lasting relationships between the United States and Uzbekistan. We are looking for Ball State students of any major to participate in this enriching educational experience […]

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  • CECL Fellow for Economic Education, Reza Paikar

    Reza Paikar, a recipient of the prestigious Institute of International Education’s Scholar Rescue Fund (IIE-SRF), has selected Ball State University’s Teachers College as the location for his fellowship. Reza, who left Afghanistan following the Taliban takeover arrived in Muncie on October 29th to begin his work as the Teachers College 2022/2023 Fellow for Economic Education. […]

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  • CECL

    Purpose and Rationale Ball State’s Teachers College is extremely proud of its work to advance economic and civic education in our local communities, Indiana, and throughout our nation. If education is a process where a society passes on the knowledge, values, and skills from one generation to another, learning is the lifelong process of transforming […]

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