News From Butler University
From early man to ‘Masked Singers,’ Wendy Meaden analyzes masks’ history, cultural significance, and theater roles.
The Farm at Butler leads educational tours for local organizations, up-and-coming farmers, and students of all ages.
Launching in fall 2020, the GuideDawg app measures steps between classrooms and warns of construction sites
Professor of Anthropology Tom Mould’s research shows food stamp fraud rate is lower than most federal programs
Research sheds light on what led to internal conflicts during 2016 presidential primary contests
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.
The Chemistry Department and the Indianapolis Museum of Art have forged an exciting partnership.
Edited by Ryan Rogers, the book collects chapters from 30 contributors to provide big-picture view of esports.
Alex Erkine receives more than $711,000 from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to study gene regulation.
Students highlight experiential learning, study abroad offerings, innovation, and inclusive culture.
Eileen Taylor and Krista Cline to research benefits of high school extracurriculars through perspectives of mothers