On Nov. 7, the Harbor House honored their volunteers, staff members, sponsors and donors at their Annual Appreciation Awards. Harbor House of Louisville is a non-profit certified training and development center for adults with developmental and physical disabilities, including brain injuries. Photos By BILL WINE | Contributing Photographer
In another sign of the University of Kentucky’s emergence as one of the top universities in America, a new national ranking has UK among the top producers of U.S. Fulbright Scholars — one of the highest honors a faculty member can receive.
The Sullivan University System Promotes Davisson to Chief Operating Officer The Sullivan University System (SUS) has announced the promotion of Thomas F. Davisson to senior vice president and chief operating officer. Davisson has more than 42 years of experience in the education field and has been with SUS for the past 25 years, most recently [...]
With the support of an innovative research model, a clinic devoted to individualized intervention approaches for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) has been making huge impacts in the lives of Central Kentucky children and their families.
“The first time we were wiped out, I was the only one left. We got a bunch of 17 and 18 year-old boys in from North and South Carolina. The next afternoon, we didn’t have one of them. They were ten years younger than I am and I was supposed to watch after them. It still hurts today, let me tell you.”
There is a couple in Paul Meyer’s wine shop, who has just received a call telling them their apartment in Minneapolis has been burgled.