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Sullivan University Named Best Places to Work in Kentucky

11th Annual Best Places to Work in Kentucky Award Winners Announced FRANKFORT, Ky. (Jan. 20, 2015) – The Kentucky Chamber of Commerce and the Kentucky Society for Human Resource Management (KYSHRM) announce the companies that made the 11th Annual Best Places to Work in Kentucky list, presented by Kentucky Career Center and the State Information…

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New Members Inducted into Lexington Chapter of Sigma Beta Delta

Sullivan University is proud to welcome 20 new members to the Lexington chapter of Sigma Beta Delta. These students represent the top 20% of the bachelor’s and master’s level students in various business fields. Congratulations to the newest members of Sullivan’s Sigma Beta Delta chapter: Monica Bano-Santiago Jeerani Brayboy Shane Burton Deborah Clemons Carol Coley…

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Lexington Campus Inducts New Members of Phi Theta Kappa

Sullivan University’s Lexington campus recently held an induction ceremony for their chapter’s Phi Theta Kappa honor society. Sullivan is so proud of the 14 new students who placed their membership with this great organization! Established by two-year Missouri college presidents in 1918, Phi Theta Kappa honor society serves to recognize and encourage the academic achievement…

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Chef Spendlove Named First American Certified Master Pastry Chef

Sullivan University is proud to announce that Chef Derek Spendlove, chair of Sullivan’s Baking & Pastry Arts program, has been awarded the title of Certified Master Pastry Chef (CMPC) by the World Chef’s Association. Adding to the honor, Chef Spendlove is the first American pastry chef to receive this prestigious international designation. Chef Spendlove is well-deserving of this honor, as he…

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Lexington Campuses Donate Toys to Local Organization

On Monday, December 15, Sullivan University’s Lexington campus teamed up with Spencerian College’s Lexington campus and Alumni Affairs to provide Christmas presents for over 150 children at One Parent Scholar House (OPSH). This organization provides single-parent families with affordable housing, higher education opportunities, and child development. OPSH is a comprehensive, self-sufficiency program that also includes…


Louisville Campuses Collect Books for Wayside Christian Mission

The students, staff and faculty at the Louisville campuses of Spencerian College, Sullivan College of Technology & Design, Sullivan University, the Sullivan University College of Pharmacy, and Alumni Affairs collected books for the children at Wayside Christian Mission for Christmas. A total of 201 books were collected for the 46 children at Wayside. Each child…


Kentucky Association of Colleges and Employers Elects New Officers

The Kentucky Association of Colleges and Employers (KACE) elected officers, board members and committee chairs during the annual fall conference held at the Hilton Garden Inn in Bowling Green, KY. The officers for 2014-2015 are: President James Atkinson, Berea College; President-Elect Lana Kunkel, Western Kentucky University; Past-President Sam Mannino, Sullivan University; Secretary Mary Andrade, University…

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Sullivan’s Version of Play Dough

In Chef Becky Woehrle’s Advanced Techniques in Bread class, students use their creative talents to produce and array of bread sculptures using “dead dough” or pate morte. A decorative medium that uses no baker’s yeast, it offers unlimited creative design possibilities. The dough is made by first mixing a sugar syrup, which is then cooled…

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Sullivan Registrar Rides in Bike to Beat Cancer

Cycling is a hobby of Kim Mitchell, the registrar at Sullivan University’s Louisville campus. Recently she participated in the 35-mile leg of the Norton Cancer Institute’s Bike to Beat Cancer. This year, Kim rode to honor her 90-year-old grandmother Roberta H. Wales, who is a two-time cancer survivor. Bike to Beat Cancer is especially important…