Along with the relationships she has built with her colleagues, Geertsema-Sligh emphasized that the most important part of her job is serving students and forming relationships with them.
After welcoming students back to campus, Butler has been working to provide a safe and enjoyable on-campus experience. With social distancing and mask-wearing in mind, faculty members are confronted with the difficult task of creating COVID-friendly programs to promote the well-being of their students.
New degree options are aimed at helping students save tuition money through a consolidated Butler experience.
The deans of LAS, CCOM and COPHS are all adamant about improving conditions for students of different backgrounds. Creating welcoming environments, hiring diverse faculty, and creating diverse curriculum seem to be a priority for all.
Brooke Barnett will begin as the newly hired dean of the College of Communication on June 1, 2019, Butler University announced today.
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.
A look into the enrollment process and why courses are capped, causing limited options for students.
The College of Communication and Lacy School of Business collaborated last spring to form a small student-run marketing agency. The startup company has seen success since its creation, and the students and faculty involved have high hopes for the future of Bright Blue.
Miranda Maritato | Staff Reporter Butler faculty is working to change the current regulations for parking lot two, located outside of the Fairbanks Center. In an effort to draw attention to the issue, College of Communication administrative assistant Maggie McGlynn and Liberal Arts and Sciences administrative assistant Amy Aldridge formed a petition to allow their…