‘Coronavirus Capsule’ captures history through art from eyes of local children Monday, Mar 30 2020 

The Frazier Museum partnered with local school districts for a special time capsule, capturing their feelings of the virus through art.


Jeffersontown school holds drive-by wave for families Monday, Mar 30 2020 

Students were already out of the classroom for two weeks due to the coronavirus outbreak. Teachers turned to parades to be able to say hello.


First sign of COVID-19 might be loss of smell, taste, local doctor says Monday, Mar 30 2020 

“What a lot of people don't realize is that the loss of smell also gives you quite a bit of loss of taste," said Dr. Keith Forwith.

Kentucky legislative staffer tests positive for the coronavirus as session winds down Monday, Mar 30 2020 

The staff member received a positive test on Monday, with the Kentucky General Assembly expected to pass a two-year budget later this week.


Kentucky’s popular ASL interpreter ‘shooby-doo-wop she-bops’ with McCracken County students Monday, Mar 30 2020 

Since the students' performance of Grease was canceled, a sweet, video mashup of "We Go Together" was played while Virginia Moore "signed" along.


A chief medical officer for Baptist Health says Floyd County, Indiana, a COVID-19 ‘hotspot’ Monday, Mar 30 2020 

Baptist Health Floyd's chief medical officer and Floyd County's health officer worry that county residents haven't fully embraced the state's stay at home order.

Coronavirus Response Portal created to help Kentuckians with aid-related questions Monday, Mar 30 2020 

Sen. Mitch McConnell says the website centers around the CARES Act and how the aid will help families, organizations, small businesses and communities.


Kentucky Humane Society begins COVID-19 pet food bank Monday, Mar 30 2020 

More than 100 pet owners stopped by for cat and dog food on the first day of the COVID-19 pet food bank Monday.

Andy Beshear’s ASL interpreter jams out to ‘Grease’ during coronavirus press conference Monday, Mar 30 2020 

When Gov. Andy Beshear showed a video of students from McCracken County High School singing a song from "Grease," Virginia went to work.


U of L announces arrival of new health science administrator Monday, Mar 30 2020 

By Madelin Shelton —

The University of Louisville’s Office of Communications and Marketing announced the arrival of Cynthia Clemons to the position of Assistant Vice President for Financial Planning, Reporting and Operations for Health Sciences March 20.

Clemons was hired Nov. 1, 2019, and has over two decades of experience in clinical practice and revenue cycle management, budget and revenue planning and finance. She is experienced in maintaining financial security within education, biomedical research and healthcare.

Clemons’s role requires her to work with the deans of several U of L schools, including the schools of dentistry, public health, nursing and medicine, along with other units of the Health Science Center. In her collaborative work with these schools, Clemons provides operational strategic leadership.

She is also assigned to oversee the Health Sciences Center’s process for university-based budget planning and ensuring compliant and smooth operations. She works directly under the U of L Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Dan Durbin.

Prior to coming to U of L, Cynthia worked at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio as senior director for finance and administration in the Long School of Medicine.

She performed financial oversight of over 38 clinical and basic science departments that had a collective revenue budget of over $700 million. In addition, she worked as an executive partner to the Office of Human Resources.

Cynthia’s education includes a Master of Science in Healthcare Administration from Texas Women’s University and a Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration from Texas Southern University.

She is currently a member of the American College of Healthcare Executives and the Medical Group Management Association. Cynthia also serves as a big sister through Big Brothers Big Sisters of America.

Photo Courtesy by The University of Louisville

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