The Greater Evansville Butler Community is thinking of our Butler family during these challenging times.
While we are not able to share as many upcoming programs and highlights from recent events as we normally would in our summer newsletter, community is more important than ever, and we want to stay connected with you.
We hope that the past few months have made you especially proud to be a Bulldog – from graduate students in Butler’s College of Education creating a guide to help schools reopen, to the continued philanthropic support toward the Butler Beyond campaign, the creation of new experiential learning opportunities for students affected by canceled internships, and current students who’ve created Butler-branded face masks that give back to Butler students through the Emergency Assistance Fund. You can read more inspiring stories at the Newsroom.
Please know that the Greater Evansville Butler Community is busy making plans so we can resume a full range of programs as soon as it is safe to do so again. We encourage you to join our Facebook group to stay in the know. If you have ideas for events you’d like to see our community host, we’d love to hear them – email us at email@example.com.
We hope that you all continue to stay healthy and positive. We look forward to connecting with you again soon!
– The Greater Evansville Butler Community Steering Committee
Marci Fenneman Moore ’03, MBA ’10
Jeff Moehlenkamp ’93
Jessica Scalfano ’06
Brian Bates ’15
Molly Bates ’18
Amanda Burry ’92
Todd Burry ’93
Hannah Faulkner ’15
Kyle Faulkner ’13
Caroline Moehlenkamp ’93
Chris Mohammed ’94
Kara Nichols ’04
Sara Rogier ’01
Mark Schymik ’94
Michelle Schymik ’96
All Evansville community events are planned by the steering committee.