Hall of Fame Class of 1996
James Danglade is Associate Dean of the School of Continuing Education and Public Service and Director of Summer Sessions at Ball State University. He is responsible for directing the university's off-campus credit programs including those by distance education technologies which are made available statewide in Indiana as well as nationally and internationally. He also is a tenured professor of history and of adult and community education and regularly teaches twentieth century European history. He also has served as associate director of the university's institutional self-study for the North Central Association which resulted in Ball State's successful ten-year re-accreditation. He was named co-director of the institution's study on its current and future uses of technology in the teaching and learning process and served as chair of the Indiana Council for Continuing Education.
He has been an integral part of the Indiana Partnership for Statewide Education, a coalition of all of Indiana's public colleges and universities which was created to provide classes and degree programs to the citizens of the state utilizing a variety of distance education technologies.
He has been a member of the University Continuing Education Association since 1972 and has served and continues to serve in many leadership roles.