The Butler University Board of Trustees voted unanimously to extend the president’s contract, which was set to end on Aug. 31, 2020.
Construction will continue at multiple sites on campus over the summer as part of the Butler 2020 plan. As this comes to close, faculty and staff are discussing plans for beyond 2020.
In the statement, Danko expressed that the recently passed bill in Indiana Senate is “unacceptable” and does not align with Butler’s values. He, along with 24 other community leaders, signed a letter to state legislators pushing for a more comprehensive bill.
Ena Shelley, dean of the College of Education, will retire at the end of the 2018-2019 academic year after 37 years at Butler.
Kristin and Nicki pack the biggest news of the week in two minutes: Sarah Diaz is leaving Butler, the State of the Union address, electric scooter regulations and more.
Butler President James Danko published a statement Friday night in response to the news cycle this week that involved a Butler sexual assault case.
ANNIE WEBER and JYLIAN VIGAR | CO-NEWS EDITORS Butler University President James Danko’s five-year contract extension gives him the opportunity to see the Butler 2020 Vision through to completion. “The Butler 2020 plan is a pretty long-term, comprehensive plan,” Danko said. “There’s a lot of a things that are going to be happening here on…
By: Marais Jacon-Duffy Editor-in-Chief University President James Danko highlighted progress made and progress yet to be made in his State of the University address this morning. He discussed issues such as sexual assault, Butler’s move to the Big East, new facilities and construction on campus, changes in administrative positions and also addressed an article published in…
Allan Aubrey Boesak was born in Kakamas, Northern Cape, South Africa, in 1945. Now he works more than 8,000 miles away. Here are some key moments in Boesak’s journey to Indianapolis. (Read more about Boesak and The Desmond Tutu Center he was named director of HERE.)