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Medical Assisting Students Volunteer at Health Fair

On Saturday, June 7, Medical Assisting students from Sullivan University’s Lexington campus participated in the Community Action Council’s 2nd Annual Health Fair. The students donated their time to provide blood pressure screenings for participants. Doctors, dentists, nutritionists and personal trainers from the area were also at the Health Fair to provide additional screenings and healthy…

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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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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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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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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 Culinary Programs in the Spotlight

The National Center for Hospitality Studies at Sullivan University’s Lexington campus has recently been in the media spotlight! On Monday, May 5, “Live with Lee” from WLEX 18 visited campus to discuss the upcoming Culinary Camp. Watch the video and register your high school junior or senior today! Then on Wednesday, May 7, the Herald Leader…

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Louisville Students Enjoy Annual Ice Cream Social

Sullivan University’s Louisville campus held a Welcome Week Ice Cream Social on Monday, June 30 to welcome new and returning students to the campus. The event provided the opportunity for faculty, staff and students to mingle while enjoying a bowl of ice cream. Special thanks to the Student Activities Committee, who helped scoop the ice…

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Winner of Sullivan’s Spirit Week Competition Announced

The Student Activities Committee (SAC) at Sullivan University’s Louisville campus would like to thank all the students, staff, faculty and clubs that worked together to make Spirit Week 2014 a fun, positive week! After an intense week of thunderous pep rallies and exciting spirit stick competitions, the Glee Club has proven victorious in the 2014…

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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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