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Bellarmine's Carnegie Classification changes, reflecting growth in professional doctoral programs
February 15, 2019
Bellarmine University's Carnegie Classification was recently elevated from "master's large" to "doctoral/professional studies, " part of a realignment in how U.S. universities that grant doctoral degrees are evaluated.
Bellarmine to host college scholars at Kentucky Honors Roundtable on Feb. 22-23
February 12, 2019
On February 22 and 23, Bellarmine University will host dozens of college honors program students from around Kentucky as they present their research.
Flipper receives Fulbright award for research on Chilean Catholicism
February 4, 2019
Bellarmine University's Dr. Joseph Flipper, an associate professor of theology, has received a Fulbright award that will support a research trip to Chile in the spring 2020 semester.
Billy Reed donates his papers to Bellarmine
January 30, 2019
On Feb. 1 at 6 p.m., Billy Reed will sign copies of his latest book, "Last of a BReed," during an event in Bellarmine's library to celebrate the new collection.
Exercise science students create online tool for Bardstown Road pedestrians
January 28, 2019
A team of exercise science students in Dr. Thomas R. Wójcicki's community wellness class developed a website to help pedestrians safely navigate major intersections along Bardstown Road in Louisville's Highlands neighborhood.
Tools for success: first-year predictive model
December 6, 2018
New tool allows Student Success Center and others to target the students who really need help and pinpoint which campus resources will be the most valuable for them.
Film studies minor lets students explore film critique, production
November 19, 2018
Bellarmine's film studies minor deepens perception and discernment when it comes to visual storytelling and media literacy, skills that are applicable to multiple career paths as well as graduate studies.
Helping first-generation students succeed
November 16, 2018
35% of Bellarmine's class of 2022 are first-generation college students. How can we all help them succeed? Read more about initiatives aimed at their success.
Secret life of adjuncts: Dr. William Becker
November 14, 2018
When he's not teaching philosophy and ethics, Dr. William Becker also serves as chaplain of the Worthington Fire Department and advises the Bellarmine University Gaming Club.
Geoscience professor published on Vatican Observatory blog
November 13, 2018
Dr. Katherine Bulinski, a Bellarmine University associate professor of geosciences, recently published an article exploring the concept of deep time on the Vatican Observatory Foundation's blog.
President's Update: faculty and staff accomplishments (Nov. 2018)
November 9, 2018
President Donovan celebrates recent faculty accomplishments -- and Bellarmine's trees!
Nursing in action: service in Dominican Republic
November 8, 2018
For the past five years, senior nursing students taking the summer Nursing Care of Children course have spent a week in the poorest areas of the Dominican Republic as part of their clinical/lab experience.
New BU 100 'first-year focus' curriculum prepares students for success
October 12, 2018
This year ushered in some changes to the introductory class that all new Bellarmine University students must take in their first semester.
Environmental science students collect, test Beargrass Creek water samples
October 2, 2018
On Friday, students in Bellarmine environmental science classes collected water samples from Beargrass Creek to test for contaminants.
Rubel School offers free workshop on negotiation, conflict resolution
September 28, 2018
Dr. Rick Brown -- Bellarmine's director of military, veteran and international student services -- will be the featured speaker at an Oct. 3 workshop about negotiation and conflict resolution strategies.
Lansing School students help kids with asthma at service clinical
September 25, 2018
Dozens of students from Bellarmine University's nursing and clinical science programs spent Saturday helping kids with asthma stay healthy so they can play sports and lead more productive lives.
Rubel School event explores risk and reward in advertising
September 20, 2018
Guest speakers will explore how an organization's internal culture affects its external advertising at a Rubel School event on Thursday, September 27.
Future teachers inducted into Bellarmine’s education school
September 14, 2018
In a Friday evening ceremony, 34 future teachers were formally inducted into Bellarmine University's Annsley Frazier Thornton School of Education.
Students pursuing Bellarmine's new master's degree in athletic training
September 14, 2018
Meet the first students pursuing Bellarmine’s new master’s degree in athletic training.
Bellarmine communication professor, graduate offer nonprofits advice on reaching young donors
September 12, 2018
A Bellarmine communication professor and one of his former students have published a column offering nonprofits advice on reaching young donors.
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