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Bellarmine receives gold-level recognition for campus wellness
May 1, 2020
Bellarmine University is one of only 77 universities worldwide to receive gold-level recognition from the American College of Sports Medicine’s Exercise is Medicine initiative for its efforts to create a culture of wellness on campus.
GREAT GRADUATES 2020: Anderson Reeves
April 22, 2020
We're celebrating Bellarmine's great graduates with stories that highlight their ingenuity and resilience. At Bellarmine, Anderson Reeves has flourished as a musician while developing skills needed for a career in arts administration.
COVID-19: Bellarmine professor advising state on long-term care residents
April 17, 2020
Dr. David Wolf, chair of Bellarmine University’s Health & Aging Services Leadership Department, is advising the state on preventing COVID-19 from devastating long-term care facilities.
GREAT GRADUATES 2020: Daria Ochenkowski
April 17, 2020
We're celebrating Bellarmine's great graduates with stories that highlight their ingenuity and resilience. At Bellarmine, Daria Ochenkowski, an education major, found her passion for people, the tools she needs to teach and a job in a classroom immediately after gradation.
COVID-19: Bellarmine EMBA student helping lead distiller’s hand-sanitizer production efforts
April 16, 2020
A Bellarmine EMBA student is helping Sazerac, owner of Buffalo Trace Distillery, produce hand sanitizer for COVID-19 frontline workers.
GREAT GRADUATES 2020: Paya Yazdanpanah
April 16, 2020
We're celebrating Bellarmine's great graduates with stories highlighting their ingenuity and resilience. At Bellarmine, Paya Yazdanpanah, a biology major, found the support needed to prepare for a career in medicine while battling cancer.
COVID-19: Physics professor, student use 3D printer to help make face shields for healthcare workers
April 10, 2020
A professor and a student from Bellarmine University's Physics Department are using 3D printing technology to help make face shields for healthcare workers fighting COVID-19.
Dr. Natasha Munshi named new Rubel School dean
April 8, 2020
Dr. Natasha Vijay Munshi has been named the new dean of Bellarmine's W. Fielding Rubel School of Business. Munshi, associate dean in the School of Economics and Business Administration at Saint Mary’s College of California, will begin her new duties on August 1.
COVID-19: How to keep your preschoolers engaged during isolation
March 26, 2020
Dr. Mary Ann Cahill, associate professor of literacy in Bellarmine's School of Education, shares resources for keeping preschoolers productively engaged while they're at home during the coronavirus pandemic.
COVID-19: From the expert - working from home with less stress
March 18, 2020
Dr. Courtney Keim, associate professor of psychology at Bellarmine, offers tips for reducing stress and maximizing efficiency around the sudden shift to working from home made necessary by the spread of coronavirus.
COVID-19: Bellarmine faculty cram to learn online teaching tools
March 17, 2020
Over the past few days, Bellarmine University faculty have gone back to school themselves, learning how to conduct their classes online after the novel coronavirus prompted the suspension of face-to-face instruction on March 12.
COVID-19 Q&A: Dr. Karen Golemboski, immunology expert
March 13, 2020
Bellarmine Medical Laboratory Science program director Dr. Karen Golemboski, who has a Ph.D. in immunology, answers questions about strategies to protect ourselves -- and our society -- from the coronavirus (COVID-19).
New partnership places student teacher in every Okolona Elementary classroom
February 26, 2020
A new partnership between Bellarmine and Okolona Elementary School has students observing and co-teaching with every teacher in the elementary school one day a week for the entire 2019-20 academic year.
Dr. Joseph Flipper heads to Chile on Fulbright award
February 26, 2020
Bellarmine University's Dr. Joseph Flipper, an associate professor of theology who left for Santiago, Chile, on a Fulbright last week, notes that a lot has happened in that city in the year since he received the award to support his semester-long research trip.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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