Market research consultant by day—nonprofit volunteer by night.
Over the course of 48 hours, we decided to quit our jobs, leave Indianapolis, road trip across the United States, and buy a one-way ticket to India.
“I trained my brain to learn as much as I could about my craft, and I became the top sales guy by 25. I just took my athletic principals and applied them to the business world.”
“Immerse yourself in something but experience everything.”
On the menu: trust, collaboration, innovation, and connections
Can one little newspaper story change a life? It did for Max Schumacher ’54.
“I thought I was going to save the world from a classroom.”
During her 25 years as a public relations practitioner, Ramonna Robinson ’93 has seen the best and worst the world has to offer.
Why would a man who graduated cum laude with three job offers accept the one that didn’t quite match either of his two Butler University degrees?
Sixteen-hour work days? Jeremy Baldi ’09 loves them—as long as he’s spending them working for himself.
Butler University: Entrepreneurs welcome here
“Everyone’s here trying to help each other out to get to that next step.”
A “happy accident” leads to a scientific discovery.
Ben Shabat worked in a kitchen cooking and serving meals to soldiers for six hours a day in Tel Aviv.
Fernhaber, Associate Professor of Entrepreneurship in the Lacy School of Business, thinks we can all be entrepreneurial, our job titles notwithstanding.
Stories of the way less traveled
Entrepreneurial Innovation Takes its Place in Student Affairs
While the beams go up on the new Lacy School of Business, faculty and students in the old building are busily constructing new curriculum to go with it.
Today’s visionary spirit at Butler is stronger than ever.