News From Butler University
The ORG358 course within Butler’s College of Communication (CCOM) is dedicated to broadening students’ awareness of food and agricultural injustice
For Butler student Caroline Crosby, the opportunity is a dream come true
The Associate Professor of History, whose work focuses on slavery and emancipation in the U.S., discusses the importance of understanding and celebrating Black History
Kelsey Coy’s role as an epidemiologist helps guide vital decision-making
For Lara Pearson, massage is more than a luxurious spa experience. It’s a key healthcare tool.
Through Butler connections, Maria Porter ’12 completed two internships and found a full-time design job upon graduation. Now, she has the chance to provide similar opportunities for current students.