Domestic Study Away: Millie Foley

Through Butler’s Washington, DC Learning Semester, students can live, learn, and intern in the nation’s capital. Interning for Cornerstone Government Affairs, a bipartisan consulting firm, Millie Foley ’24 is learning how fiscal policy develops.

Alumni Success Story: Katie Freeman

Butler University gave Katie Freeman ’22 a newfound confidence, encouraging her to carve her own path. Becoming a business owner had never crossed her mind, but upon graduation, she co-founded Indigo Jacks, a marketing and communications company.

Roche Endowed Faculty Fund Creates Opportunities for COPHS Students and Faculty

Jessica Triboletti has been an Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice in Butler’s College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (COPHS) for eight years. Last year, she received funding to attend a professional conference about diabetes technology through support from the Drs. Edward B. and Victoria F. Roche Endowed Professional Development Faculty Fund. Triboletti says the experience…

Alumni Success Story: Tim Howard

Tim Howard was a part of the Army Reserve Officer Training Corp (ROTC) program at Butler University. As part of the ROTC program, Tim took elective coursework in leadership fundamentals, military skills and tactics, and completed summer training programs, preparing him for a career in the U.S. Army, the Army Reserves, or the Army National…

Employee Spotlight: Anne Wilson

Anne Wilson, Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, has worked at Butler for 27 years. She is most proud of her work helping students find pathways to success in the classroom, in laboratories, during research projects, and presentations.

Experiential Learning Outside of the Classroom: Leah Ollie

Working as WFYI’s news team’s Digital Content Intern, Leah Ollie ’25, says she is thankful for the opportunity to immerse herself in a public media newsroom. Working alongside other journalists, she is inspired to be an effective communicator, sharing her own stories in The Butler Collegian and upon graduation.

Meet a Faculty-In-Residence: Hilary Madinger

The Faculty-in-Residence program bridges the connection between students’ residential and academic life. Professor Hilary Madinger wanted the opportunity to connect with students in a new, meaningful way, whether participating in extracurricular activities or sharing a meal.

Alumni Success Story: Courtney Raab

Courtney Raab ’18 attributes her career in the medical field to Butler’s hands-on learning approach. Now working as a Neurology Resident Physician, she’s thankful for the early healthcare experience she gained through shadowing and internships.

Alumni Success Story: Spenser Jaenichen

Spencer Jaenichen ’19 says Butler’s collaborative classroom environment prepared him to continue his education at the University of Illinois College of Law. Now working as a Litigation Associate at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP, he knows how to efficiently work on a team, welcoming others’ thoughts and advice.

Alumni Success Story: Linda Calvin

After graduating from Butler, Linda Calvin ’01 was promoted into digital leadership positions at former employer Dow Chemical. Now, as the Chief Impact Officer at Reboot Representation, Linda works to double the number of Black, Latina, and Native American women graduating with computing degrees by 2025.

Employee Spotlight: Bobbie Gibson

Bobbie Gibson, Associate Director of International Student Services and Incoming Exchange, has worked at Butler for 25 years. Meeting students from across the world, she helps ease their transition to life in the United States and on campus.

Employee Spotlight: Michelle Gruber

Michelle Gruber says the best part of her job is working with her colleagues in the Office of Registration and Records. As an Associate Registrar, she enjoys working with database systems and doing reports for other various departments.