Dr. Marla Butke is Associate Professor of Music at Ashland University and serves as the Coordinator of Music Education. She received a bachelor’s degree in music education from Miami University, a master’s degree in music education from Wright State University and a doctorate in music education from The Ohio State University. Dr. Butke has taught general and choral music in public and private schools in Dayton and served as the music education specialist at Ohio Wesleyan University.
Jack Miller Stadium, part of the new Dwight Schar Athletic Complex, provides Ashland University fans and the Ashland Community with a one-of-a-kind college game day experience. The Ashland University Athletic Department in conjunction with Safety Services asks for all attendees’ cooperation in order to provide convenient parking during home games.
The Public Relations Office now has a News Center that serves as a resource for media throughout the country. This News Center features current and archived news releases, a faculty experts directory and topics directory, and an "Ashland University in the News" section showing how faculty and the University are featured in the media. To access this News Center, go to http://news.ashland.edu.
Welcome to Ashland University's EagleEye Photography where you can request photography services, view photo galleries and purchase images.
EagleEye Photography is the department responsible for providing professional–quality photographs of and for Ashland University in support of its communications and outreach activities. Our online Photo Store is a great way to preview and order photos from events and other photo sessions.
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