While it may be a few months before students and faculty see these changes in action, and Kaltenmark said the best interests of the Butler community are at the forefront of their decision-making.
In the age of a pandemic, volunteering now takes place in the form of education so students can use this information and make a greater impact.
Halfway through the semester, Butler keeps COVID-19 cases under control and makes way for a limited number of in-person events to take place under strict guidelines.
Butler partners with the Boost app to expand the ways in which students can pick up food during the COVID pandemic.
Students and faculty alike find unconventional classrooms better than expected for delivering a high-quality classroom experience.
One month into the Fall semester, parents reflect on Butler’s COVID-19 response and their students’ experience with the current safety policies.
After many companies cancelled internships or limited the amount of interns they accepted, students had to branch out and explore other fields of opportunities.