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Bellarmine celebrates first-ever online “Toast to Graduates” May 9 on Facebook
May 7, 2020
Bellarmine is celebrating its Class of 2020 with the university’s first-ever online “Toast to Our Graduates” at 1 p.m. on Saturday, May 9.
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.
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.
COVID-19: 20 Things to Do While You’re Self-Isolating
April 11, 2020
Here are 20 fun things to do while you're self-isolating at home.
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.
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: Public Safety team offers students rides home
March 24, 2020
Bellarmine's Public Safety team helped students who needed to leave the residence halls in response to the coronavirus by offering them rides to their hometowns.
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: Tips for easing anxiety from Bellarmine Counseling Center director Gary Petiprin
March 16, 2020
Gary Petiprin, director of Bellarmine University’s Counseling Center, offers tips for coping with coronavirus-related anxiety.
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).
COVID-19: Bellarmine community continues to thrive despite reduced face-to-face interactions
March 12, 2020
Despite the suspension of on-campus classes, Bellarmine's faculty and staff will still offer the many services students rely on, even if they are moved online, over the phone or offered in a slightly different format.
COVID-19: Bellarmine suspends face-to-face classes, sends most students home temporarily
March 11, 2020
In response to the rapidly changing coronavirus situation, Dr. Susan Donovan announced today that Bellarmine University would temporarily suspend face-to-face classes and move to online instruction through April 1.
Bellarmine provides coronavirus update to campus community
February 27, 2020
Bellarmine University has emailed faculty, staff and students with basic information about the university's preparation for coronavirus (COVID-19) risks, even though the risk to campus is currently believed to be low.
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