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Danko looks to learn about university structure through campus interviews

Butler University President Jim Danko has held 19 informational meetings and tours with university administrators and faculty to “immerse” himself into Butler’s community and academic affairs. These meetings included visiting the six academic colleges and talking with the provost, associate provosts and representatives from the administrative departments. Danko had the head of each department send

Deans, provost collaborate as they await new colleague

Editor’s Note: Stavitsky has since removed his name from consideration because he accepted another offer. Open sessions with Stavitsky are canceled. College of Communication dean candidates begin arriving on campus next week for open sessions. When they do, they will find a university that has a busy community of existing deans. They’re teaching courses, working

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Pharmacy comic misrepresents reality and university

I find the cartoon portrayed in last week’s Collegian entitled “White Coat Culture” to be completely biased, inaccurate, and unsubstantiated. No one can deny that the pharmacy job market is beginning to level out.  Older pharmacists have delayed retirement and some chain drugstores have cut back hours.  There are no longer large sign-on bonuses or

COPHS adjusts to changing job market

The College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences is shifting its efforts to make pharmacy and physician assistant students more qualified for their rotations. A new position—associate dean of clinical education and external affiliation—was created this past summer in order to foster relationships with preceptors in and beyond the Indianapolis community. A preceptor is a professional

COPHS illustrates its world

Childhood consists of many blissful elements: Candyland, the zoo and Sesame Street to name a few.  The subject of pharmacy typically gets left off the list.  But one College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences professor at Butler University wants to help kids understand what it means to be a pharmacist by writing a children’s book.

COPHS professor receives fellow award

Butler University’s Julie Koehler, a professor and chair of the pharmacy practice department, has been honored with the prestigious Fellow status by the American College of Clinical Pharmacy. This honor recognizes excellence in the practice of clinical pharmacy. The qualifications for nomination are practicing clinical pharmacy for at least 10 years, as well as at

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