All posts tagged "bevin"

  • Mary Nixon appointed to board of trustees

    By Joseph Lyell — Gov. Matt Bevin selected Mary R. Nixon and reappointed James Rogers to U of L’s Board of Trustees Feb. 28. Nixon is a retired financial executive from Yum! Brands Inc. She replaced Diane Medley, who...

    • Posted March 1, 2018
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  • New CFO quits before he starts, Postel says brace for more budget cuts

    By Joseph Lyell — Jonathan Pruitt, hired as chief finance officer in November 2017, will not be coming to the University of Louisville. Interim President Greg Postel made the announcement at the faculty senate’s Jan. 10 meeting....

    • Posted January 11, 2018
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  • Pension in peril puts university at risk

    By Madison Thompson — The Kentucky pension reform proposal is scheduled to take place Jan. 16. The budget proposal entails many budget cuts, as well as suggestions for tax reform and revenue boosts. The pressing question resides...

    • Posted January 9, 2018
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  • What you missed over winter break

    By Joseph Lyell — Here are the big campus stories since the Nov. 28 issue: Dec. 12: Water main break floods Shelby Park neighborhood A Rave alert warned students that a water main break near the intersection...

    • Posted January 8, 2018
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  • University braces for governor’s budget cuts

    By Shelby Brown — U of L’s budget is under the ax again after Governor Matt Bevin announced Dec. 28 Kentucky is facing a projected $156 million dollar shortfall in 2018. U of L will take a one percent cut, just...

    • Posted December 30, 2017
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    A “yuge” year: TLC’s biggest 2016-17 stories

    By Kyeland Jackson — It was a long year for the University of Louisville. Controversial elections, erased boards and accreditation threats were some of many events on and around campus. The Cardinal ranks what happened and why it...

    • Posted April 15, 2017
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    TLC poll: 70 percent worry for U of L’s accreditation

    By Kyeland Jackson — Blasted with news concerning accreditation standards, legislation, board shuffles and power struggles, U of L students are worried for their degrees. A Cardinal poll showed 70 percent of respondents were worried about accreditation...

    • Posted February 5, 2017
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    Acting provost forecasts re-accreditation efforts will strengthen U of L

    By Kyeland Jackson — Arts & Sciences faculty assembly members sought clarity on U of L’s accreditation retention efforts Feb. 3. Acting Provost Dale Billingsley said the process will strengthen U of L, and asked faculty to...

    • Posted February 3, 2017
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  • SACS: U of L possibly violating three more accrediting standards

    By Kyeland Jackson — U of L’s accrediting body said the university may have violated three more accreditation standards in a Jan. 27 letter released Feb. 3. Interim President Greg Postel said U of L sent the...

    • Posted February 3, 2017
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    U of L interim president: university on “right path” towards re-accreditation

    By Kyeland Jackson — Interim President Greg Postel says the university may be on the right path of retaining accreditation. Postel, appointed by the U of L’s Board of Trustees Jan. 21, met with Council on Postsecondary...

    • Posted February 1, 2017
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