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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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SHRM Acknowledges Human Resource Leadership Program Has Renewed Alignment

Sullivan University announced today that the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) has acknowledged that its Human Resource Leadership program has renewed its alignment with SHRM’s HR Curriculum Guidebook and Templates. Throughout the world, 352 programs in 264 educational institutions have been acknowledged by SHRM as being in alignment with its suggested guides and templates.…

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Lexington Faculty, Staff Complete 2014 Academic Leadership Academy

Several faculty and staff members from Sullivan University’s Lexington campus recently completed the 2014 Academic Leadership Academy by the Bluegrass Higher Education Consortium. Sacha Pruitt, Jeff Stone, Adam Evans, Jerry Sims, Ronald Hockin and David Tudor participated in the academy that concluded on Friday, May 16. The academy’s aim is to encourage young faculty to…

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Beta Pi Chi Inducts New Members

On June 3, Beta Pi Chi, Sullivan University’s Lexington campus chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, inducted new members. Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society is the international honor society of two-year colleges and academic programs. It also includes associate degree-granting programs offered by four-year colleges. It is headquartered in Jackson, Mississippi and has more than two…

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Lexington Students Volunteer for Habitat for Humanity

Story: On Friday, June 30, housing students from Sullivan University’s Lexington campus participated in a Habitat for Humanity building day as part of Student Life-sponsored activities during move-in weekend. Nine students joined Student Life Coordinator Christina Robinson to work on building supports for interior walls and doorways, and students even built a wall for the…

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NCHS Students, Faculty Participate in Sheep & Fiber Festival

On Saturday, May 17, students and faculty from National Center for Hospitality Studies at Sullivan University’s Lexington campus participated in the 5th Annual Sheep & Fiber Festival in Lexington. During the day, several Sullivan student teams participated in a lamb-cooking contest. The winning team of Chloe Dykes, Tyler Keller and Tiffany Easley prepared grilled lamb…

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Sullivan University and Active Heroes Present Seminars

On June 12, the first Sullivan University seminars will be offered to military families at the Active Heroes Military Family Retreat. The camping program at the retreat is part of the Kentucky National Guard Resilience Training, designed to foster the ability to bounce back from adversity and grow in the face of challenges by focusing…

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Early Childhood Education Director Presents at Statewide Conference

The Governor’s office sponsored Ready Kids, a statewide Early Childhood Education conference, at the Galt House June 16-18. On Monday, June 16, Sullivan University hosted the annual board meeting of Kentucky Association for Early Childhood Education (KAECE). The meeting featured catering by Julep’s and was very well received by the board members. Vicke Bowman, Early…

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Graduates Featured on KET Show

KET recently aired a new episode of “Food News & Chews” entitled “Goddesses of Food.” The episode features several graduates from Sullivan University’s Lexington campus and highlights female chefs and their growing prominence in the culinary field.

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Lexington Campus Hosts Etiquette Dinner

  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…

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