Lacy School of Business construction is to continue into the year 2019. Students and faculty are excited to see the finished project and believe it will bring good things to Butler’s campus.
Butler updates education classrooms and creates opportunities for students.
Anne Flaherty, Doug Howell and Karla Cunningham are no longer employed at Butler University, according to an email sent to Resident Assistants this evening.
Trumpism & US Democracy, a communication based class, proved to Butler University that there was no process in place to get special topics courses approved. The aftermath of that led to the university requesting police security, hiring an issues management firm and implementing a new curriculum approval process for special topics courses.
Butler University recently ended its relationship with Triton Brewing Company due to an incident with a student intern. The company is no longer allowed to post opportunities on Handshake. CCOM internship director discusses what the process looks like when a student comes forward about an uncomfortable situation at their internship.
College students feel the stress of the semester increasing as finals week approaches. Several outlets, including challenges held by PAWS and HRC resources, can help students cope with stress.
Students sell “Dawgs Gotta Eat” cookbook full of Butler community recipes for a class project. All funds go toward Riley Hospital for Children.
CHASE office adds the option to study a semester in New York, a way to find new opportunities for internships.
A look into the enrollment process and why courses are capped, causing limited options for students.
A Butler University professor who taught with passion and love until the very end. Cole impacted students through his positive energy and dedication to the Butler community.