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Mitchell appointed to lead Bellarmine's diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives
February 25, 2020
Bellarmine President Susan M. Donovan has appointed Dr. Donald "DJ" Mitchell, Jr., as the university's first Chief Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer, to advise her on on university-wide initiatives, programs and policies
Focus on entrepreneurship, data preps Rubel School students for tech revolution
February 24, 2020
Louisville is “super well-positioned” for the coming technology revolution, and Bellarmine’s Rubel School of Business is perfectly aligned with its focus on entrepreneurship and analytics, says Ben Reno-Weber, director of the Future of Work Initiative.
Doctor of Physical Therapy students helping Belizeans help themselves
February 19, 2020
Students and faculty in Bellarmine’s Doctor of Physical Therapy program visited Belize to evaluate and treat patients during a 10-day elective course for third-year students.
Share the love with Bellarmine Valentine's Day Cards
February 13, 2020
Bellarmine University goes ‘test-optional’ for undergrad admission in 2021
February 10, 2020
Beginning with students enrolling for the 2021-22 academic year, Bellarmine University will allow candidates for undergraduate admission to complete their application without submitting their standardized test scores.
Voting open through Feb. 11 to name Knights mascot
February 5, 2020
Voting is now open to name Bellarmine University's Knight mascot, based on the best five names submitted by fans in January.
Bellarmine senior wins international fellowship to China
February 5, 2020
Mary Wurtz, a Bellarmine University senior whose dream is to help unify the Korean peninsula, won a highly selective fellowship designed to prepare future leaders to meet the geopolitical challenges of the 21st century.
Continuing Education: hundreds of professional development and personal enrichment courses this spring
January 24, 2020
From project management to protecting your online security and privacy, Bellarmine's School of Continuing and Professional Studies offers hundreds of non-credit and certificate learning experiences.
Jim Lehrer, PBS anchor who delivered 2014 Wyatt Lecture, dies at 85
January 23, 2020
Jim Lehrer, the award-winning PBS anchor who also moderated a dozen U.S. presidential debates and who delivered Bellarmine University’s Wyatt Lecture in 2014, died Thursday.
Honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
January 22, 2020
As part of Bellarmine's 25th annual MLK Day of Service, students traveled to different sites around Louisville to serve the community.
Name the Knight: submit ideas for naming Bellarmine's mascot
January 21, 2020
As Bellarmine prepares to transition to NCAA Division I status this summer, it's time for our beloved mascot to have a name. And we need your help!
Important dates for spring 2020 semester
January 6, 2020
Happy new year! As Bellarmine University spring 2020 semester gets underway, you may want to mark these important dates on your calendar.
'Choose your own adventure' in Bellarmine's Design, Arts & Technology program
December 9, 2019
Bellarmine's Design, Arts and Technology (DAT) program integrates the fine and applied arts with digital technology so students can choose their own adventure.
Recent faculty hires helping Bellarmine become a national source for aging-care leadership
December 6, 2019
Bellarmine plans to become nationally known for preparing leaders in the aging care industry through its Health Services and Senior Living Leadership Department.
Bellarmine becomes an ‘Exercise is Medicine’ campus
November 26, 2019
Bellarmine University is now a registered Exercise is Medicine – On Campus institution, part of a global health initiative managed by the American College of Sports Medicine.
President Donovan recognized as one of Louisville’s most admired CEOs
November 14, 2019
Louisville Business First named Bellarmine University's president, Dr. Susan M. Donovan, as one of the city's most admired CEOs during an awards banquet on Wednesday.
Doctoral student OJ Oleka named President of Association of Independent Kentucky Colleges and Universities
November 8, 2019
OJ Oleka, a Bellarmine University MBA alumnus and current doctoral student, has been named the next president of the Association of Independent Kentucky Colleges and Universities.
Bellarmine graduates rise in the healthcare ranks
October 30, 2019
Susan Diamond and Debbie Landers, Bellarmine alumnae who have focused on providing accessible and affordable health care, particularly for seniors, have been promoted to top leadership roles in their companies.
Bellarmine hosts governor's debate on Saturday, Oct. 26
October 25, 2019
Gov. Matt Bevin and Attorney General Andy Beshear, the major party candidates for governor of Kentucky, will participate in a debate at Bellarmine University on Saturday, October 26.
Golf Hall of Fame obtains photos by Mike Spinelli ’67
October 24, 2019
Commercial photographer Mike Spinelli ’67 recently had his photographs of professional golfers Tom Watson and Payne Stewart selected for permanent display at the World Golf Hall of Fame in St. Augustine, Florida.
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