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The Ball State Center for Information and Communication Sciences is the place to make sense of our ever-changing technology driven world, prepare you to lead, and push boundaries well into the future. Develop skills to enhance your technology fluency, leadership and critical thinking from industry-tested faculty that empower you with confidence to lead organizations of any size. Transform your career with a graduate degree incorporating the latest knowledge in AI, IoT, Cybersecurity, Data Analytics, Networking and Cloud-based technologies with transferable leadership skills. This is what digital-age organizations want now and tomorrow and what you’ll earn with an immersive degree at the intersection of tech and leadership.

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TechPoint MIRA Award Nomination of Dr Stumpf Shines Light on CICS

Mar 15, 2022

Nominated for Best in Tech Education as a program in 2020, CICS is no stranger to the MIRA Award. However, this year Dr Anna Stumpf is nominated in the category, putting The Center for Information and Communication Sciences back in the spotlight for tech education. Anna has led the online recruiting and enrollment efforts forRead More

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Engagement and Inclusivity Are Focus of Smart City Research Publication

Nov 29, 2021

The November 21, 2021 edition of the IEEE Future Directions newsletter featured a publication by CICS own Dr. Becky Hammons and two alumni, Rabia Daud and Yinka Ajibola. Best Practices for Community Engagement in Smart Cities was a qualitative research study conducted with five city planners across the United States to learn more about howRead More

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Luis E. Orozco, CICS Doctoral Student, Publishes Article on Immigrants, Education, and Technology

Aug 24, 2021

CICS is proud to announce that our current doctoral student Luis Eduardo Orozco has published his peer-reviewed article “Immigrants and technology: How 5G Will Transform and Enhance Mobile Education” in the ERIC Database.  ERIC is an online library of education research and information, sponsored by the Institute of Education Sciences (IES) of the U.S. Department ofRead More

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