Purdue filled one of its two openings on its men's basketball staff by hiring former Butler assistant Micah Shrewsberry.
Coach Matt Painter said in a statement that Shrewsberry is "hard-working, energetic and passionate, three qualities that we hold at the core of our program."
Shrewsberry has been an assistant coach on Butler's staff since July 2008. The Bulldogs have advanced to the national championship game the last two seasons.
Shrewsberry is an Indianapolis native.
"I'm excited for the opportunity to work at Purdue and for a coach in Matt Painter who has accomplished so much at different levels," Shrewsberry said in a statement. "It's a great time for Purdue basketball with the Mackey Project nearing completion and a bright future ahead. I'm excited to help the program continue to move in a positive direction."