- CUE's Mobile Greenhouse
- No Literary Grandma Moses
- Butler Summer Institute–Celebrating 25 Years
- Butler's Researches Tackle TB
- Butler's Healthcare and Business Major
- The Linklater Voice
- The Science of Movement
- Student Research–Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute
- Writing for Wellness
- From Intern to Mentor
- Butler Alumna Makes Science Fun
- Student Blogs: Hands-on and Heartfelt
Student Blogs: Hands-on and Heartfelt
Emily Yarman '17: Indy's Downtown Damien Center PA Rotation Supports REflective Practitioner Vision
I'm too early. Typical, I thought as I sat silently in my car, eagerly waiting for the day to begin. On the first day of my elective rotation, I arrived at the Damien Center in Downtown Indy 15 minutes before the doors to the building were unlocked. I would spend the next month at Indiana's largest AIDS service organization in their sister clinic, Damien Care, seeing patients with HIV and AIDS.
Katie Goodrich '17: Experiential Learning for Collegian Editor Comes Outside an Actual Classroom
As a senior Journalism major, this is the first time I've held the same position for more tan one semester on the Butler Collegian, the student news organization. I've held many positions throughout my time at the Collegian, but, early on my editors assigned me stories right away, letting me make mistakes, and then helped me to fix them and learn what I could do to improve with each and every new assignment.
Meghan Blais '17: Taking PA Skills to a North Carolina Indian Reservation
When I first learned about the opportunity to work on an Indian Reservation during my sixth-year physician assistant rotations, I immediately knew I wanted to apply. As a student, we are lucky enough to have a few options to choose from when aplying, but I knew I wanted to go to North Caroline–partly because I had peers who has told me great things about the site and partly because I was familiar with the Smoky Mountains and the beauty in that area.