Athlete Leadership University is a two day program at Butler to help Special Olympics athletes reach certification in different leadership skills
Kandel-Cisco served as the interim dean of the College of Education during the 2019-2020 school year.
Butler student-teachers shift to online learning as Governor Holcomb orders all Indiana schools to close until May 1.
Ena Shelley, dean of the College of Education, will retire at the end of the 2018-2019 academic year after 37 years at Butler.
Renovations at Christian Theological Seminary, the new site for Butler’s College of Education, are officially underway.
The construction at the site began in January and is on schedule to be completed by the end of July.
Students sell “Dawgs Gotta Eat” cookbook full of Butler community recipes for a class project. All funds go toward Riley Hospital for Children.
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.
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.
Butler University’s College of Education has added three new minors that are available to students now. The minors are mild intervention, English as a new language and reading teacher. An early childhood minor is still in the works. It is waiting for state approval after being sent through Butler’s approval process. The reading teacher minor…
A lobbying group has been targeting Butler University’s College of Education students to obtain the syllabi of courses. The National Council on Teacher Quality has been reaching out to students in the college to offer them money in exchange for syllabi or other course information. In some cases, representatives from the organization have shown up…