Broad Ripple High School is scheduled to close next school year. The closing would effect a Butler English ICR class, Writing in the Schools.
Butler’s risk management and insurance program opened the university’s first student-run insurance firm last month. Now, the firm is insuring Trip, fine art and other valuables at Butler, as well as speaking at conferences in Bermuda.
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Dean Jay Howard took the position of Acting Dean of the College of Communication while the college searches for a new dean. Dr. Gary Edgerton, former Dean of CCOM, stepped down from his former position to teach in his respective college full-time.
The Butler University Class of 2021 began their first full day as new Bulldogs with the start of classes on Aug. 23.
Though the deal is not yet on paper, President Danko and CTS President Matthew Boulton discuss a partnership between the two schools. Butler would buy a large portion of CTS campus, and Butler’s College of Education would relocate.
Pharmacy majors will no longer have clusters in the fall.
This spring commencement, each student is guaranteed six graduation tickets to distribute among family and friends. Some students, though, will have to request additional tickets through a waitlist.
On the afternoon of March 29, 12 brain statues and a neuroanatomist stood in front of Clowes Memorial Hall. The statues were a part of One Butler: The Brain Project. The neuroanatomist was Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor.
It is that time of year again. Butler students and their advisors look to the future and discuss next semester’s classes.
Every student entering the Lacy School of Business is given a career mentor who stays with them all the way through graduation. Randy Brown left his position as vice president of human resources at the health care giant Anthem to become a career mentor.