Within one block of each other in downtown Louisville, Spalding University is proud to partner with Jefferson Community and Technical College System to continue investment in an affordable college transfer opportunity.
Spalding University has been recognized for its honorable commitment to helping undergraduate students learn, grow, and succeed by Colleges of Distinction, a unique guide for college-bound students. Spalding University has been named a 2022-2023 College of Distinction, Kentucky College of Distinction, and Catholic College of Distinction.
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As Kentucky faces a need for more well-trained psychologists, Spalding University has created new opportunities for students to enter the field of health service psychology with an emphasis on providing services to communities most in need. To support this work, Spalding University has been awarded a grant from the Health Resources and Services Administration’s (HRSA) Graduate Psychology Education (GPE) program. Their award of nearly $1 million over three years will support the new Integrated C.A.R.E. (Community-based, Accessible, Recovery-oriented Education) Program. Funding will provide stipends for doctoral psychology students to train in integrated, interdisciplinary primary care settings (IIPC).
Congratulations to Tracy Skaggs and Harley Lampton on receiving these prestigious senior awards! Both of these students are shining examples of compassionate, empathetic, and service-oriented leaders in our Spalding community.
Spalding’s Cultivating Personal Resiliency Program (CPRP) uses evidence-based strategies to reduce and address burnout
The COVID-19 pandemic has created a crisis of burnout and mental distress in our healthcare workers, resident physicians, and those training to be healthcare providers. This ongoing crisis has led to a need to enhance the education and training of students going into health related fields by adding instruction on well-being and resiliency. To support these efforts, Spalding University has been awarded a grant over $775,000 from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA). The grant, awarded through the Public Safety Workforce Resiliency Training Program, will provide funding for resiliency training for healthcare students at Spalding University and the University of Louisville’s School of Dentistry.
School of writing renamed in honor of its founders following historic $1 million gift from alumna Cindy Brady
Twenty years ago, Sena Jeter Naslund and Karen Mann founded Kentucky’s first Master of Fine Arts in Writing program at Spalding University. Now, as part of a $1 million gift from a Spalding MFA alumna, the university’s graduate school of writing is being renamed in...
‘Let’s be all in.’ 100 percent of Spalding nursing faculty, staff now trained in QPR suicide prevention
During National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month in September, the administration, faculty and staff of the Spalding University School of Nursing unanimously took a meaningful step toward equipping themselves to address the most serious of mental health crises. All...
School of Social Work partners on new Louisville pilot program to deflect some 911 calls to non-police responders
Mayor Greg Fischer today joined partners from Spalding University’s School of Social Work, the University of Louisville and Seven Counties Services on Wednesday to announce plans for a pilot program to deflect a number of 911 calls to a non-police response...
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