News From Butler University
Addy McKown ’21 has been awarded a scholarship from the Bruce and Lucy Gerstein Holocaust Education Travel Fund.
Sheff spoke to more than 1,000 people to talk about addiction and solutions to this epidemic.
If you believe the data, there will be no Cinderella winner of this year’s NCAA basketball tournaments.
Students are able to parlay what they learn through the program into gigs in the Indianapolis area.
As the profession has increased in popularity in the past few years, Butler’s PA program has grown.
Here, Butler Pharmacy students get practical experiences in the field.
Teamwork is why Butler has been so successful in placing Orr Fellows.
This is the beginning of the future of the visual arts and art education at Clowes.
Four Butler student composers will have their pieced played on campus, in New York City, and abroad.
1.5 million computer security jobs are open, as the industry combats $2 trillion in cybercrime annually.
The students found at least four other small towns that reversed their declines by becoming tourist destinations.
The COE was lauded for international student teaching, international partnerships, and teacher-preparation.