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Summer Quarter Kicks Off with Student Involvement Fair

The Student Involvement Fair serves as students’ personal welcome to Sullivan University at the beginning of each new quarter. For the recent start of the Summer Quarter, Sullivan’s Louisville campus hosted over 50 local businesses, student organizations, programs and offices in the A la Carte Café. By attending the fair, students get a sense for…

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NCHS Welcomes New Distinguished Lecturer

Sullivan University and the National Center for Hospitality Studies (NCHS) are excited to welcome Certified Master Chef Steve Jilleba as a distinguished lecturer. Students may remember him as a past distinguished visiting chef.  Chef Jilleba will be on campus with students between two and four weeks per year and will travel between labs. NCHS is…

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Sullivan University to Host Discovery Day

Sullivan University Discovery Day Louisville and Lexington Campuses Saturday, June 7th | 9:30am Registration begins at 9:00am Scholarship Testing Available Do I really need a degree? How would I pay for it? Where do I begin? Get answers to these questions and more during Discovery Day at Sullivan University. You’ll get all the information you need,…

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Student Activities Committee Volunteers at Ronald McDonald House

The Student Activities Committee at Sullivan University’s Louisville campus recently had the opportunity to give back to the community while volunteering at the Ronald McDonald House located in downtown Louisville. “The students were able to prepare a meal and do chores around the home,” said Student Life Coordinator Kim Atwood. The Ronald McDonald House is…

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Sullivan University and Active Heroes Seminar a Success

The first Sullivan University seminars were a complete success for the Kentucky National Guard (KYNG) Resilience Training, a product of the partnership with Active Heroes. Over 40 military families benefited from the expertise of faculty Dr. LaVena Wilkin and Dr. Heather Merrifield. The seminars conducted are part of Sullivan University’s commitment to support the troops…

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Dr. Abeer M. Al-Ghananeem Named to AACP 2014 Academic Leadership Fellows

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…

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Dealing with Difficult People

The Graduate School at Sullivan University Presents Dealing with Difficult People   Sullivan University’s Lexington Campus | Wednesday, May 28 | 8-10am Sullivan University’s Louisville Campus | Thursday, May 29 | 8-10am   This presentation provides an overview of the costs of unmanaged conflicts. It also provides tips and strategies for dealing with difficult behaviors…

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Lexington Campus Participates in Taste of the Bluegrass

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…

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