Beginning June 1, Bellarmine University will have a second college—the College of Health Professions. The new college, which joins the Bellarmine College of Arts and Sciences, will include two schools, the Donna and Allan Lansing School of Nursing and Clinical[…]
Category: News on the Hill
Dr. Carole Pfeffer, Bellarmine’s provost, was one of six Catholic school alumni honored on March 14 at the 27th annual Salute to Catholic School Alumni dinner, sponsored by the Catholic Education Foundation (CEF). Bellarmine alumnus W. Kevin Smith was also[…]
Alumni Trivia Knight was a record-breaking success! The Alumni Association celebrated its largest crowd ever with 80 trivia teams and raised over $20,000 for scholarships and new classroom space for our students.
Rebecca Skloot remembers first hearing about Henrietta Lacks in a biology class. When she wanted to know more about the poor Virginia tobacco farmer whose cells, which were taken without her consent in 1951 and subsequently used for breakthrough research[…]
The Bellarmine University women’s track and field team left their mark at the Great Lakes Valley Conference Indoor Championships on Feb. 26 in Indianapolis. Bellarmine captured runner-up honors, junior Meghan Roby was named GLVC Indoor Track Athlete of the Year,[…]