Culinary Students Participate in Mayor’s International Gala / Sister Cities Event

This is third year that Sullivan University’s National Center for Hospitality Studies (NCHS) has participated in the Annual Mayor’s International Gala – Sister Cities of Louisville. Held at the Muhammad Ali Center, it’s a stellar opportunity to promote Sullivan’s Culinary Arts program and the talent of its students. This event celebrates friendly relations and mutual understanding around…


Sullivan Alum Publishes Military Novel

Sullivan University alum Brad Jones wrote a book called Black Walls Turn Gray, a novel about the war in Afghanistan and its effect on our country’s military families. Jones is a veteran of the United States Marine Corps who was deployed in Afghanistan. He is originally from Mt. Sterling, KY and holds an MBA from…


Student Life Coordinator Selected for Phi Theta Kappa Honor

Christina Robinson, student life coordinator at Sullivan University’s Lexington campus, has been selected as a 2015 Faculty Scholar for Phi Theta Kappa International. As faculty scholar, Christina will attend the Faculty Scholar Conference in Jackson, MS, and serve as a seminar leader for the PTK International Honors Institute in Albuquerque, NM. Phi Theta Kappa is…


Louisville Campus Holds Bi-Annual Career Expo

The Career Services department at Sullivan University’s Louisville campus held their bi-annual Career Expo on Friday, October 17 with 52 employers. The Sullivan University System Alumni Affairs department hosted booths for attendees. More than 100 students and alumni participated in the event, meeting with employers and making exceptional career connections. Feedback regarding the Career Expo…


Sullivan Named to Best for Vets List

The 2015 Best for Vets list for Career and Technical Colleges was released and Sullivan University is included (spot #30). All across the United States, schools were evaluated in five categories: university culture, student support, academic policies, academic quality, and financial aid. Sullivan’s commitment to educate veterans is their way to say thank you to…

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Culinary Students Participate at Incredible Food Show

On Saturday, October 11, Sullivan University’s Lexington campus once again participated in the Kentucky Proud Incredible Food Show at Rupp Arena in Lexington. In its sixth year, the Incredible Food Show is an opportunity for students to gain valuable experience, network, and have a fun time competing against one another. As in years past, Sullivan…

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Lexington Culinary Department Participates in Food and Music Festival

Over the quarter break, Sullivan University’s Lexington campus participated in the second annual Crave Lexington Food & Music Festival. The event is a two-day celebration of the region’s best food, drink and music. Sullivan’s Culinary department assisted with the Candlelight Casual Dinner and Jonathan Lundy’s Sunday Brunch. The sold out events featured food from numerous…


Lexington Campus Celebrates Constitution Day

On Wednesday, October 1, Sullivan University’s Lexington campus celebrated Constitution Day, which commemorates the formation and signing of the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787, recognizing all who are born in the U.S. or by naturalization have become citizens. This holiday is typically observed on September 17, but due to the break between quarters, Student…


Pina and Bohn Publish Article in Scholarly Journal

A journal article written by Sullivan University’s Dr. Anthony Piña, dean of Online Studies, and Larry Bohn, associate dean of Online, was published in the Quarterly Review of Distance Education, a peer-reviewed scholarly journal. The article, “Assessing Online Faculty: More Than Student Surveys and Design Rubrics,” was based on a nationwide research study sponsored by…


Sullivan Dean is Guest Editor of Peer Reviewed Journal

Dr. Anthony Piña, dean of Online Studies at Sullivan University Online, was invited to serve as guest editor of a special issue of the Quarterly Review of Distance Education, a peer-reviewed scholarly journal. “It was a great honor to be asked. I am only the fourth guest editor in the Journal’s 14-year history and the…