Blogs and Articles
Jim has spent over 15 years in higher education and nonprofits, working in various positions from instructor to administration to content developer. He has also been a managing editor for award-winning literary journals and presses, including Etruscan Press and Quiddity. His podcast work has been featured on regional NPR stations and PRX.
Jim graduated with his MFA in writing from Wilkes University and currently serves as the content developer for UofL's College of Business. He is also the communications chair for the College's Diversity & Inclusion committee.
When he is not crafting content for the College of Business, Jim works in the service of the literary arts in the community. He serves on Sarabande Book’s Board of Advisors. His third book of poetry Actual Miles was released in 2019 by Sundress Publications. Jim lives in Louisville, KY with his wife (and fellow writer) Aubrie Cox, their three cats, and a ludicrous amount of books and records.
Blogs and Articles
Terrell Williams understands the importance of a second chance. The senior accountancy major is a handful of months away from starting graduate school at North Carolina State University. It's the next phase, and Terrell is more than ready to embrace the challenge. He has a quiet charisma about him-the type of smile that radiates warmth and life.
On the verge of applying for his MBA at UofL, Damon Mims was unsure that graduate school was for him. Like a single cloud passing in front of the sun on an otherwise perfect summer day, doubt can cast a lingering shadow. "I was clicking through the UofL website, seeing all these successful people and...
Entrepreneurship is about investing in you-your idea, plan, perseverance, and making that investment pay off. It's calculating the risk, eyeing the reward, and making a leap of faith. Sadek Showkat understands risk/reward and betting on himself.
Oldham Brewing Company (OBC), a microbrewery with UofL connections, is preparing to make its debut in Prospect, Kentucky in the spring of 2022. The business was born from the collective passion of MBA student Steve Cayton, alum Brad Conrad, and brewer John Fee. All three are volunteer firefighters in Oldham County.
"I started at the College of Business in the Fall of 2018, which was as unexpected as my pregnancy," says recent grad Tiffany Fitzpatrick. While to some, the fall semester is the start of a journey, for Tiffany, it was a continuation of years full of early mornings, late nights, and sacrifice.
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:15 commercial written/recorded/produced for our MSBA campaign
A sample episode from FranchiseU! I produce the series, as well as provide voiceovers for intro/outro.
V/O, scripting, and direction of :30 commercial for UofL MBA
Rob Kapilow is a frequent guest speaker for corporations and business schools, and is highly regarded for finding connections and intersections between music and the business world. He has been seen on NBC's Today Show and PBS' Live from Lincoln Center, and has conducted many of North America's finest orchestras, including the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Cleveland Orchestra, National Symphony, the St.
Press Releases, Microsites, and Landing Pages
Welcome to The College of Business Your journey begins here This portal is designed to prepare you for your graduate business experience at the University of Louisville College of Business.
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Our print and digital campaigns point to this site for tracking.
The College of Business D&I Committee joins our Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) students, staff, faculty, and alumni as well as people everywhere, in mourning the victims of Tuesday's senseless shootings in Atlanta. Regardless of the rhetoric of motive surrounding this active case, these murders are just the latest in a disturbing trend of...
The College of Business is pleased and proud to announce that Dr. Manju Ahuja has been appointed as the Frazier Family Professor of Computer Information Systems in the College of Business. Made possible by the generosity of Amelia Brown Frazier and her sons, Harry S. Frazier and Owsley Brown Frazier, the Frazier Family Chair supports...