News From Butler University
Youth & Community Development major offers path for students who want to work with youth outside the classroom.
At the 2019 State of the University Address, faculty and staff celebrated achievements and discussed ways to grow.
Celebrating 100 years of women’s suffrage, Sally Perkins takes her one-woman storytelling show to New York City.
Professor Amy Peak and student Sarah Knight surveyed nearly 1,000 college students about experiences with JUUL use.
In designing the building that gives a new home to the Lacy School of Business, leaders wanted to create a space that inspired more meaningful connections.
Edited by Ryan Rogers, the book collects chapters from 30 contributors to provide big-picture view of esports.
This fall, Counseling Center staff introduce animal-assisted therapy. Meet Scooter, their newest co-worker.
Rebecca Dolan’s research follows progress of removing invasive plants from local ecosystems.
Alex Erkine receives more than $711,000 from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to study gene regulation.
After surviving sexual assault and facing racism at her high school, she turned to advocating for others.
When Shelly Fitzgerald lost her job for being married to a woman, Dominic Conover helped create ‘Shelly’s Voice.’