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Theology professor wins award for book on wealth and poverty
June 25, 2018
Bellarmine theology professor Elizabeth Hinson-Hasty's book on poverty and the growing wealth divide won first place in The Catholic Press Association’s 2018 Book Awards for Catholic Social Teaching.
Bellarmine adds sixth doctoral program: doctorate in health professions education
June 20, 2018
Responding to marketplace needs, Bellarmine University's College of Health Professions has created the region's only doctoral degree in health professions education.
Criminal justice professor's work cited in coverage of death penalty case appeal
June 18, 2018
Research on jury bias by Dr. Heather Pruss, an assistant professor of criminal justice at Bellarmine University, was recently referenced in coverage of a death penalty case in South Dakota.
Patrick Lach writes about choosing health plan then having a medical emergency in Wall Street Journal finance column
June 15, 2018
Picking the right health plan can be full of uncertainty, even for a seasoned investment professional. Dr. Patrick Lach, who joined the Rubel School of Business faculty last fall, unfortunately experienced a medical emergency that quickly put his decision to the test.
Business professor offers time management tips
May 25, 2018
From Bellarmine Magazine: Whether you're tacking a big project or seeking "inbox zero," we could all use these five time management tips from Bellarmine University Rubel School of Business instructor Christy Burge.
Cartor named interim associate dean of Bellarmine College of Arts and Sciences
May 24, 2018
Bellarmine University's provost, Dr. Carole Pfeffer, has announced the appointment of Dr. Pamela G. Cartor to the position of interim associate dean for the Bellarmine College of Arts and Sciences, effective June 1, 2018.
Accounting professor says credit score marketing can confuse consumers
May 22, 2018
Dr. Alisha Harper, an assistant professor of accounting at Bellarmine University, says misconceptions about credit scores abound and marketing efforts for credit monitoring programs don't always help.
President's Update: faculty and staff accomplishments (May 2018)
May 21, 2018
President Donovan's update on Bellarmine faculty and staff achievements, publications and research.
Remington discusses investigation of Alberta Jones' 1965 murder on local TV series
May 8, 2018
Since her time as a law student, Remington - now director of Bellarmine's pre-law program - has been interested in the unsolved 1965 murder of Alberta Jones, a civil rights leader who was the first African-American woman to pass the Kentucky Bar Exam.
Strawser: millennials will rule, and it'll be fine
May 7, 2018
Dr. Michael Strawser says millennials will soon dominate - and redefine - the workplace, so it would be wise for older professionals to adapt.
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