News From Butler University
Some tactics can lead to false confessions and innocent people in prison, says Psychology Professor Fabiana Alceste
Colin found that he had the freedom to choose what he wanted to learn at Butler. Hear how.
The University’s close access to Indianapolis is just one the reasons Rieser choose to attend Butler.
For David Sexton, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (LAS) has been a lot like a pool.
Growing up in a family on the move, Olivia Allen always had to find her own ways to call new places home.
Five alumnae are among finalists at the February 29 award ceremony honoring philanthropy, volunteerism, and activism
The Board’s gifts represent nearly 24 percent of the more than $181 million that has been raised so far
Carl DeAmicis’ Organic Chemistry course is notoriously tough, but he finds ways to keep students interested
Delayed results will make some voters distrust the election process, says Assistant Professor Gregory Shufeldt
Biology Professor Chris Stobart’s lab has focused on a protease in the deadly virus that could inhibit replication
The awards will allow the students to complete research in South Africa and the United Arab Emirates