Alumnus Profile: Jennifer Adams-Hill

Alumnus Profile: Jennifer Adams-Hill
Motivational speaker Les Brown once said, “If you set goals and go after them with all the determination you can muster, your gifts will take you places that will amaze you.” In 2009, Jennifer Adams-Hill was out of work. She had been doing administrative customer service support work in Humana’s Medicare department but was laid ...

Salvation Army Angel Tree Holiday Party a Success

Salvation Army Angel Tree Holiday Party a Success
Last month’s Christmas party at the Center of Hope Transitional Housing was a huge success thanks to a number of Sullivan College of Technology & Design students, faculty and staff who adopted one or more of the 36 children at the center. “The children were all pleased with the gifts they received this year,” said ...

SCTD Hosts Christmas Party for Homeless Children at Center of Hope

SCTD Hosts Christmas Party for Homeless Children at Center of Hope
Sullivan College of Technology & Design (SCTD) hosted a Christmas party on Wednesday, December 17 for the families at the Center of Hope, a transitional housing complex managed by the Salvation Army in downtown Louisville. Each year, SCTD receives a list of children who live at the Center and who are part of the Salvation Army’s Angel ...

Student Profile: Charles Carper

Student Profile: Charles Carper
Charles Carper enjoys working with his hands. For 16 years he worked as a mechanic, including eight years spent in the Army working on battle tanks. Charles likes fixing things, including people. In 2003, he graduated from Advanced Massage Therapeutics as a massage therapist. After working for several companies and as an adjunct massage therapy ...

Three Students Awarded Harshaw Trane/Ingersoll Rand Foundation Scholarships

Three Students Awarded Harshaw Trane/Ingersoll Rand Foundation Scholarships
Congratulations to Sullivan College of Technology & Design HVAC-R students Charles Carper, Charles Lucas and Gerardo Alex Welches, who are the newest recipients of the Harshaw Trane/Ingersoll Rand Foundation’s scholarship. Each received $4,166 toward their tuition. View the scholarship presentation here. Every quarter, $12,500 in scholarships are available for a total of $150,000 over the ...

Louisville Campuses Collect Books for Wayside Christian Mission

Louisville Campuses Collect Books for Wayside Christian Mission
The students, staff and faculty at the Louisville campuses of Spencerian College, Sullivan College of Technology & Design, Sullivan University, the Sullivan University College of Pharmacy, and Alumni Affairs collected books for the children at Wayside Christian Mission for Christmas. A total of 201 books were collected for the 46 children at Wayside. Each child received four books bundled together. All the ...

Student Profile: Michael Shelburne

Student Profile: Michael Shelburne
Someone once said that to be successful, the first thing to do is fall in love with your work. Michael Shelburne fell in love with his a long time ago. As a junior in high school, Michael was already thinking of a career path. He listed his strengths and areas of interest. “I was always ...

Dynamic Web Development Meets with Creative Communications Team

Dynamic Web Development Meets with Creative Communications Team
Anne Yeiser, adjunct instructor at Sullivan College of Technology and Design (SCTD), took her DWD257 Client-Side Programming class to meet with members of the Creative Communications (CC) team from The Sullivan University System. Speaking with CC team members Ashley Merry, Christine Natale and Duane Pierce, students learned the design rationale behind the SCTD website. Students ...

Sullivan College of Technology and Design at K4C

Sullivan College of Technology and Design at K4C
On Tuesday, September 23 and Wednesday, September 24, Sullivan College of Technology and Design (SCTD) participated in the annual Kentucky Construction Career Choice Council’s (K4C) high school recruitment event in Shelbyville, KY. SCTD was represented by Computer Aided Drafting Design (CADD) Department Chair and Instructor Randy George. Mike Covington, the chairperson of the HVAC-R program ...

Creating a Study Space in Your Dorm

Having a good study space is key to college success. If furnishings are modular, students should make sure they space plan so that their back is not facing the door. This principal dates back to the study of Feng Shui. Additionally, many dorms do not offer an ergonomic adjustable chair. This can be a problem, ...