Our EPICS teams have done a lot of fantastic work over the years. Here are a few publications talking about EPICS@BUTLER.

This publication focuses on the benefits of a service-learning program.

This publication focuses on an annual medical mission trip that Butler students go on through the Barnabas Task and the technologies that EPICS teams have developed to help patients.
Learning Without Borders: Qualitative Exploration of Service-Learning

This article talks about the good Butler EPICS has done for the community.

Developing for the Community


The following articles describe a Video Game that is in development by one of our own EPICS@Butler teams:

Butler Today – Butler EPICS Students Develop Video Game to Help Children with Autism

RTV6 – Butler students create game to help kids with autism

Assistive Technology Update 450 – EPICS Program at Butler University with Panos Linos and Mathew O’Hern

The following article talks about Guide Dawg an app to help students with visual impairments navigate Butler University’s campus.

ed scoop – Butler U. app will guide visually-impaired students through campus

The following article describes an EPICS project in which Butler students developed a web application to help determine SNAP eligibility.

RTV6 – Butler University students’ work on an application to help connect Hoosiers to SNAP benefits