News From Butler University
Butler students also intern with political campaigns in increasingly large numbers.
Nathan Hall `18 discovered the untold story of World War I’s first Hoosier fatality, Cpl. James B. Gresham.
Butler MBA students hit the road to solve business challenges.
Although study abroad is relatively new to Chemistry, it’s been part of Butler’s sciences programs for 30 years.
10 Butler biology students spent two weeks in Panama for a once-in-a-lifetime class.
Butler’s study-abroad program truly is one of a kind.
Butler’s Study Abroad Program has been named one of the Top 30 in the country by the website bestvalueschools.org.
Rebecca VanVliet ’19 interns with the 500 Festival
When I first learned about the opportunity to work on an Indian Reservation during my sixth-year pharmacy rotations, I immediately knew I wanted to apply.
Too often we take things for granted, so I want to document my experiences
Innovative additions to the program give students new ways to view the human body.