Here you will find the collection of the winning entries to the Kristi Schultz Broughton Liberal Arts Essay Contest.
The Kristi Schultz Broughton Liberal Arts Essay Contest is an annual competition which encourages Butler undergraduates from all colleges to write a short essay in response to a prompt about the value of the liberal arts education they are experiencing at Butler. The author of the winning essay receives a $1000 prize.
The essay contest is named in honor of Kristi Schultz Broughton. Although not a Butler grad, Kristi was an avid supporter of Butler. Kristi was an elementary school teacher and a Butler Mom whose life exemplified the values of liberal education and a commitment to teaching and learning. The contest is made possible through the generous gift of Kristi's sister Karen Schultz Alter '85 and brother Steven R. Schultz '88.
To learn more about the contest please follow this link.
Submissions from 2016
Changing Perceptions, Kateri Vaughn
Submissions from 2015
Submissions from 2014
The Moral Code of LAS, Bryant Dawson
Submissions from 2013
Submissions from 2012
Mediating Disconnected Communities with a Liberal Arts Education, Jennifer Redmond
Submissions from 2011
Submissions from 2010
Submissions from 2009
Learning the Art of Creation, Farhad Anearzai
Dear President Obama: The Importance of the Liberal Arts in Our Changeable World, Michelle E. Skinner
Submissions from 2008
The Liberal Arts as a Way of Being Humane, Mike Meginnis
Submissions from 2007
The Glory of County Roads, Betsy Shirley