One of the distinguishing features of a Butler education has always been the meaningful and enduring relationships between our faculty and students. Across each of our six colleges, Butler faculty share an abiding devotion to helping their students learn and thrive during their time at Butler and beyond. But recruiting, developing, and retaining the nation’s best educators and scholars requires an investment. State-of-the-art facilities for teaching and research are a strategic imperative for recruiting top talent. As our student body evolves, we need bold partners to invest in the ongoing excellence of our faculty and their innovative ideas for teaching and learning.
Invest in Innovations in Teaching and Learning to:
- Recruit the nation’s top talent in every discipline to teach at Butler through endowed positions and faculty opportunity funds
- Support innovative interdisciplinary programs and new curriculum development
- Provide state-of-the-art equipment, technology, and facilities for our students and faculty, including renovated and expanded Science facilities
- Ensure undergraduate students have access to original research experiences alongside Butler faculty
Explore how you can invest in faculty excellence by contacting the Office of Advancement at 317-940-9469 or email@example.com.
Lindsay Lewellyn, Associate Professor of Biological Sciences, has received more than $400,000 from the NIH to study the development of reproductive cells
‘The Science of Beer’ on September 22 will be the second virtual offering in a class-like event series focused on meaningful alumni engagement
The Shirley Luhn Steele Faculty Support Endowed Fund is the first of its kind at Butler to specifically support faculty in the COE
The grant-funded project found low-cost ways to scan and share physical artworks through a method called photogrammetry
Butler's Lacy School of Business created about 20 last-minute internship positions built on remote, project-based work
In recognition of the gift, the University will name the Hershel B. Whitney Gateway in Gallahue Hall in honor of the late Hershel B. Whitney