News From Butler University
How do dancers move the way they do? There’s actually a science behind every spin!
There is a need to understand science and society given the decline of our environment and the struggle to acquire resources globally, which could be why the STS major has become so popular.
Butler University is taking part in a pilot inclusion program that brings a Special Olympics athlete to campus to audit a semester-long class.
Butler University was the host of Indiana’s Lessons from Abroad Conference, an event that provides students with opportunities to reflect upon their study abroad experiences.
Butler University offers multiple resources and peer-facilitated organizations to help students educate themselves on issues surrounding dating violence and sexual assault.
Students and supporters raised over $53,000 for Special Olympics Indiana.
The Center for High Achievement and Scholarly Engagement (CHASE) announced the winner of the 2016-17 Hendricks Fellowship, which is awarded to a student who completes a scientific research project in the area of conservation or Indiana ecosystems.
Three Butler students took home awards at the Brenau Invitational Mediation Tournament, which gives participants practice with mediation techniques and conflict resolution.
Over 1,200 volunteers participated in Butler’s annual service program, Bulldogs Into the Streets.
Butler’s first International Travel Pre-Orientation program gives students a chance to study abroad before they start school.