As a premier provider of Information Technology (IT) education, Sullivan University has invested several hundred thousand dollars in the complete remodeling of all computer labs located on the first floor of the Louisville campus. The complete transformation will include new ceilings, lights, furniture, chairs, carpet and audio-visual equipment to promote enhanced learning in computer and…Details
The Distinguished Visiting Chef series is a great perk for students in Sullivan University’s National Center for Hospitality Studies (NCHS). Each quarter, Sullivan students have an opportunity to gain tips, techniques and recipes from famous chefs who visit campus and demonstrate their skills. On Thursday, August 14, Executive Pastry Chef Jean Yves Vendeville visited Sullivan’s…Details
On Monday, August 4, Baking & Pastry Arts Chair Chef Derek Spendlove, Chef Lagena Boggs (TWI student), Chef Kendall Knies (class of 2012), and students Ina Crossen and Danielle Cantrell traveled to Indianapolis to compete in the American Culinary Federation Greater Indy Competition at the Chef’s Academy. The Indy competition has been good to Sullivan…Details
During the Summer Carnival at Sullivan University’s Lexington campus on July 9, eight Culinary students were selected to participate in a grilling competition sponsored by the Kentucky Beef Council. The Kentucky Beef Council is a strong supporter of Sullivan’s Culinary program and has sponsored a grilling competition on the Lexington campus for the past several years. Students…Details
Chef David Dodd, executive director of the National Center for Hospitality Studies at Sullivan University, was recently named to a Business First feature on The Top 20 People to Know in Louisville. Congratulations, Chef Dodd!
The Student Life team at Sullivan University’s Lexington campus partnered with the Career Services department and Culinary Arts program for the campus’ first annual Etiquette Luncheon. This luncheon provided students with the opportunity to learn about etiquette principles, develop soft skills, network with area professionals, and to enjoy a delicious three-course meal provided by…Details
Thirty pharmacy educators have been selected for the next cohort of the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy’s Academic Leadership Fellows Program (ALFP). Now in its 11th year, the program is designed to develop the nation’s most promising pharmacy faculty for roles as future leaders in pharmacy education and beyond. The 2014-2015 fellows include Sullivan…Details
Culinary students and instructors from Sullivan University’s Lexington campus participated in the 34th Annual Taste of the Bluegrass on Friday, May 16. The event raises money for Sullivan’s community partner God’s Pantry. The group prepared and served two samples revolving around a Tex-Mex theme. Over 1,000 attendees enjoyed tamale pies (both vegetarian and chicken were…Details