Brad Butler serves as the Course Design Specialists for the College of Architecture, Planning, and Landscape Architecture. Brad originally hails from the central part of the United States having grown up in Oklahoma City and then Kansas City. He thoroughly enjoys not having to shovel snow in the winters but does miss the smell of fresh cut grass in the spring. Brad received his undergraduate degree in Secondary Education (Social Sciences) from Emporia State University. For the first 13 years of his career, Brad served as a high school teacher in Tucson covering the content areas of World History, United States History, Geography, and American Government. While teaching, he served as the point person for both staff and students when it came to technology and aided in many educational technology initiatives in his teaching career. He is an advocate for the positive change that education can have on people and loves how technology can improve the educational opportunities for everyone.
In his spare time, he enjoys cooking and baking with his wife, trying to wear out their two Dachshund-mix rescue dogs, spinning, and playing board games.