All posts tagged "Robert Stivers"

  • Interim preisdent Greg Postel, by Reagan Mikesell
    Next year’s budget faces $48 million hurdle

    By Kyeland Jackson — U of L must account for $48 million to balance next years’ budget, possibly asking the university draw funds from salaries, halt projects and increase revenues. Interim President Greg Postel presented the budget...

    • Posted February 16, 2017
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  • Faculty Senate, Isaac Sanchez
    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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  • governor matt bevin
    Bevin’s unilateral action sets a dangerous precedent

    By Benjamin Hacht — Pointing fingers is a trademark for the politically ambitious, but who is really at fault for the University of Louisville’s probationary state and continued controversy? Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear blames Gov. Matt...

    • Posted January 23, 2017
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  • governor matt bevin
    Committee approves nominations for U of L board

    By Kyeland Jackson — UPDATED: 9:53 p.m. Governor Matt Bevin picked 10 new U of L trustees Jan. 13, announcing their names will be released Jan. 17. Bevin’s appointments will be vetted by the state government for...

    • Posted January 13, 2017
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  • New bill could grant Bevin power to replace public university boards

    By Kyeland Jackson — Overshadowed by Senate Bill 12, a new bill introduced Jan. 7 will grant Governor Matt Bevin power to replace governing boards at other universities. Sponsored by Kentucky Senate President Robert Stivers (R-Manchester), Senate...

    • Posted January 9, 2017
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  • The Louisville Cardinal News
    Your neighborhood governor: Saving you from heroin, domestic violence and bad health

    Dating violence, heroin and health care.  Those are certainly not the openers to any pleasant conversation that start off the new semester of college. Yet, to anyone following the political affairs of our state, they will definitely...

    • Posted January 13, 2015
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