Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services (CHFS) Secretary Eric Friedlander announced Wednesday, June 17 that Gov. Andy Beshear has appointed Marta Miranda-Straub – an adjunct faculty member in the Spalding School of Social Work – to be the new Commissioner of the Cabinet’s Department for Community Based Services (DCBS).
Spalding to Close Non-Essential Operations on Friday in Observance of Juneteenth, President McClure Announces
Spalding President Tori Murden McClure sent a message to University faculty and staff on Tuesday, June 16, 2020, regarding the upcoming observance of Juneteenth on June 19, at Spalding.
‘For Whose Sake…?’ | Chandra Irvin, Full Remarks From Spalding’s Show of Solidarity Against Racial Injustice, June 5, 2020
On June 5, 2020, Spalding University students, faculty and staff lined S. Fourth St. for a Show of Solidarity against racial injustice – a demonstration organized by the School of Professional Psychology.
A Time to Tear and A Time to Mend
As an alumnus of Spalding, you know that our mission calls us to meet the needs of our times with compassionate change, rooted in justice and peace. This is just such a time.
From President McClure | Return to Campus Planning Update
The Return to Campus plan will incorporate the latest guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and local and state government officials.
Letter from the Chief Advancement Officer
Greetings, Spalding Alumni! First and foremost, let me extend my sincere wishes that you and those you love are well.
851 Alumni Spotlight: Sharon Brooks
This month’s 8-5-1 Alumni Spotlight is Sharon Brooks from the Class of 1982. Sharon is a nurse and has worked in healthcare for over 30 years now.
Alumni Newsletter : May 2020
Welcome to Your New Alumni Newsletter!
From President McClure: Commencement to be postponed until fall
Given the COVID-19 pandemic, we know many of you have wondered about the status of our 2020 Commencement. Unfortunately, this year, the need to avoid large gatherings and stay socially distant will force us to postpone the June 6 Commencement ceremony and reimagine how it’s conducted.
Spalding To Launch New Master of Arts In Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program That Will Train Compassionate Mental Health Professionals
During a time of widespread anxiety and uncertainty caused by the coronavirus, Spalding University is set to launch a graduate academic program to develop professional counselors. This program, in keeping with the mission of Spalding, will train compassionate mental health professionals.