News From Butler University
Coronavirus pandemic forces cancellation of in-person classes, but professors make the best of a difficult situation
Butler Ballet and Wind Ensemble teamed up to perform the world premiere of Michael Abels’ ‘Falling Sky’
Senior, former SGA President Sam Varie took the semester off to gain experience on Pete Buttigieg’s staff
The University had four program participants over the last academic year
The University aims to raise a total of $55M for student scholarships by the end of May 2022
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
Series will focus on ethical business practices with the help of alumni, Indy business leaders, and keynote speakers
The latest graduate program from Butler’s Lacy School of Business aims to create well-rounded candidates.
Publication recognizes Risk Management and Insurance and Actuarial Science programs for number of graduates
In 2019, the Butler community brought excitement and innovation to campus and the world around them.
Professor Jon Sorenson and daughter, senior Brianna Sorenson, tackle high math for international conference