In an election cycle marked by uncertainty, Indiana elections have caused few surprises.
Following the settlement of a gender equity case at Princeton University, Butler professors give their perspectives on gender equity in higher education.
Kimbrough has moved on from her position at Butler following changes caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The resolution, which passed with a majority in SGA’s senate, was vetoed by SGA’s president in the context of ongoing discussions about police brutality across the country.
All Butler students are required to get a flu shot to help avoid overwhelming the local healthcare system. Shots were provided on campus and can be found at multiple locations near campus for those who have not yet received one.
All events for Butler’s homecoming this year will be virtual. Programming will include presentations, trivia and college-specific functions.
The grant, from the National Institutes of Health, will support Dr. Masamha’s research of Mantle Cell Lymphoma.
The university will utilize a mix of symptomatic and asymptomatic testing to track cases on campus. The testing, among other factors, will inform future decisions related to staying on campus.
Butler has eliminated several positions and frozen all vacant positions as it prepares for an uncertain semester.
Students in Butler’s real business experience class, a staple in the business school’s experiential learning orientated coursework, had to find creative ways to adapt while working from home.