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College of Pharmacy Faculty Present at Summer Conferences

Professors Barbara Jolly and Dr. Amber Cann, faculty at the Sullivan University College of Pharmacy, presented their research entitled Advancing Pedagogy in Pharmacy for Learning Excellence: using inexpensive tablet apps for active learning at three major conferences over the summer. These conferences include: the International Conference for Lifelong Learning in Pharmacy; the American Association of…

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Lexington Campus Completes ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Christina Robinson, Student Life coordinator for Sullivan University’s Lexington campus, was challenged to participate in the Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) Ice Bucket Challenge. Rather than challenging three of her friends to either participate or make a donation to ALS, she decided to challenge the entire Lexington campus. Twenty-one participants dunked themselves with a bucket of ice water…


Veterans Plaza to Serve as Rest Stop for Carry the Fallen

The Veteran’s Plaza and Medal of Honor Memorial Garden at Sullivan University will be an official rest stop for the upcoming 22-mile Carry the Fallen Ruck March on Saturday, September 13. The event starts at Louisville Slugger Field and ends at Veteran’s Memorial Park in Jeffersontown. Carry the Fallen is a national campaign to raise…

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Sullivan’s Lexington Campus Hosts Annual Career Fair

Sullivan University’s Lexington campus recently hosted their annual Career Fair and it was a resounding success! Over 40 employers set up booths, and more than 100 students and graduates attended, eager to present their resumes for potential career opportunities. This Career Fair proved to be one of the largest turnout of employers registered to date,…

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Sullivan’s Computer Labs Re-Computed

As a premier provider of Information Technology (IT) education, Sullivan University has invested several hundred thousand dollars in the complete remodeling of all computer labs located on the first floor of the Louisville campus. The complete transformation will include new ceilings, lights, furniture, chairs, carpet and audio-visual equipment to promote enhanced learning in computer and…

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NCHS Welcomes Distinguished Visiting Chef Vendeville

The Distinguished Visiting Chef series is a great perk for students in Sullivan University’s National Center for Hospitality Studies (NCHS). Each quarter, Sullivan students have an opportunity to gain tips, techniques and recipes from famous chefs who visit campus and demonstrate their skills. On Thursday, August 14, Executive Pastry Chef Jean Yves Vendeville visited Sullivan’s…

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Pastry Team Brings Home Medals from ACF Competition

On Monday, August 4, Baking & Pastry Arts Chair Chef Derek Spendlove, Chef Lagena Boggs (TWI student), Chef Kendall Knies (class of 2012), and students Ina Crossen and Danielle Cantrell traveled to Indianapolis to compete in the American Culinary Federation Greater Indy Competition at the Chef’s Academy. The Indy competition has been good to Sullivan…


Lexington Culinary Students Compete in Kentucky Beef Council Grilling Competition

During the Summer Carnival at Sullivan University’s Lexington campus on July 9, eight Culinary students were selected to participate in a grilling competition sponsored by the Kentucky Beef Council. The Kentucky Beef Council is a strong supporter of Sullivan’s Culinary program and has sponsored a grilling competition on the Lexington campus for the past several years. Students…