Study abroad students have returned home and will now take classes online due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The university is strongly recommending that students studying abroad in Italy return to the U.S. The coronavirus outbreak has also impacted some students’ spring break travel plans.
Nextech aims to increase access to computer technology for K-12 students in Marion county.
The annual Polar Plunge fundraiser at the HRC will introduce several changes, including lip syncs, to the event this year.
This semester, the campus group Leading Women of Tomorrow will be collaborating with Gina Forrest, executive director of diversity, equity and inclusion at Butler, on a four-part program series titled “Unraveling Bias Against Women.” LWT is a student-run, nonpartisan initiative with a mission to encourage more young women to consider careers in public service with the aim of bridging the gender gap among public representatives.
Lloyd Wright, retired CEO and president of WFYI, will be receiving an honorary doctorate of humane letters at Butler University’s 2019 Winter Commencement, where he will also deliver commencement remarks.
The Mozel Sanders Foundation will partner with Butler University for the 17th consecutive year to serve over 20,000 hot meals on Thanksgiving. For over 40 years, the Mozel Sanders Foundation has been working to provide free meals to those in need. The non-profit organization is based in Indianapolis and it raises around $130,000 annually to fund the Thanksgiving meal, according to its website.
Students can intern in one of three countries in faculty-led program.
Most people don’t like wrinkles on their T-shirt, but this bulldog-inspired RBE product is an exception.
Students try the new option on campus and prepare for Plum Market to open.