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Ramsey, trustee Cosby share community service award

by UofL Today last modified Oct 26, 2010 03:49 PM

University of Louisville President James Ramsey and UofL trustee the Rev. Kevin Cosby shared a prestigious award at the Louisville Defender newspaper's Business and Professional Achievement Recognition Luncheon recently.

Ramsey, trustee Cosby share community service award

Ben Richmond, Peggy Hayes, Kevin Cosby, Jerry Abramson, Pam Grier, James Ramsey, Arch Gleason and Wade Houston.

Ramsey and Cosby received the Community Service Award for their cooperative efforts to get more Louisville African Americans enrolled in, and graduating from, college. Cosby is the president of Simmons College, a historically black institution that has been revived in west Louisville.

Cosby and Ramsey signed an agreement in April that calls for their two schools to work on aligning their general education requirements to make it easier for Simmons students to transfer their credits toward a four-year degree at UofL.

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