After nearly 30 years of community-building and passionate educating, political science professor Margaret Brabant is retiring from Butler, leaving a legacy behind that her students and those who have had the opportunity to work with her will seek to carry on.
Diversity Lecture Series to open with two former legislators
Sen. Richard Lugar, R-Ind., and Rep. Lee Hamilton, D-Ind., discuss ways to unite people during politically polarized times
GHS department to offer new study abroad option
The global and historical studies department is hosting its first student-study tour to Cuba for 10 days from May 15-25, 2012. Students will study different sustainability issues in a three-credit course, “Sustainability & The Cuban Revolution,” taught by Craig Auchter, professor of political science. Auchter will escort the group through five designated areas of the…
Professor seeks to lead students
By Teresa Brooks College is the time in a person’s life where he or she can begin to grow, not only as an academic, but as their own person. That’s why college professors are so important to students—they help people find themselves. Margaret Brabant, a political science professor and chair of the faculty senate, knows…