“‘The Butler community will be better as we have varying perspectives — students with different backgrounds and experiences and life stories to add to who we are.”’
Students should expect a change in the events approved for the Butler Cultural Requirement and the process for approval following faculty report.
In a Q&A interview with newly-hired CCOM dean Dr. Joseph M. Valenzano III, he discusses his desire to get to know the community and its concerns, along with his excitement going into his new role.
On March 16, President Danko announced Barnett’s appointment to interim provost and vice president for academic affairs at Butler University. Barnett’s position will become effective April 1.
Butler plans to return to full capacity in person classes and will reinstate breaks for the fall and summer semesters.
Based on recent COVID-19 data and information, academic instruction will continue in person, with dance majors returning to studios sooner than expected.
Preparations over the summer helped classes change instruction format at a moment’s notice.
New degree options are aimed at helping students save tuition money through a consolidated Butler experience.
Kandel-Cisco served as the interim dean of the College of Education during the 2019-2020 school year.
The coronavirus pandemic has led all Butler courses to resort to the use of online resources. This has led to a variety of hands-on courses getting affected in different ways — some worse than others.