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Campus remembers late professor

Butler University colleagues and students remember Amos Carpenter as a man of knowledge and humility. An extremely organized person (though it wouldn’t look that way, according to faculty in the math department), Carpenter was kind, and he encouraged others’ input and questions. “He always had a great, big smile with a twinkle in his eye,”

Butler mourns celebrated professor

Amos Carpenter, a professor of mathematics, died Tuesday after a battle with pancreatic cancer. Carpenter started at Butler University in 1984. He taught calculus and geometry courses this semester. During his time at Butler, Carpenter served as the department head for more than 10 years. He received several awards both at the university and the