Spirit of Sharing

Erica Hulse is the person people go to to get things done—a reputation that has helped earn her the respect of her peers. She has helped shape the new Online MBA program (OMBA) as a student support coordinator—ensuring that our grad students have an ad…

Erica Hulse is the person people go to to get things done—a reputation that has helped earn her the respect of her peers. She has helped shape the new Online MBA program (OMBA) as a student support coordinator—ensuring that our grad students have an advocate who cares about their successes in the classroom and as...

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(Not) Near & Dear

To say that the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted our lives would be an understatement. Researchers at UofL’s College of Business
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To say that the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted our lives would be an understatement. Researchers at UofL’s College of Business

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2021 Scholarships and Awards

Celebrating the Impact of Generosity In September, the College of Business Scholarship Awards Event served as an opportunity to honor students who received scholarships through the College for the 2021-2022 academic year.  Donors were also honored and …

Celebrating the Impact of Generosity In September, the College of Business Scholarship Awards Event served as an opportunity to honor students who received scholarships through the College for the 2021-2022 academic year.  Donors were also honored and present to have an opportunity to meet the student-recipients.  College of Business alum Beth Wiseman (’80, ’87) was...

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CFE: Ready To Be In Person

After nearly 19 months of mostly remote work, virtual classes, and online events, the Center for Free Enterprise decided to offer in-person programming again this fall. And going by attendance at the first talk, students and the community were ready fo…

After nearly 19 months of mostly remote work, virtual classes, and online events, the Center for Free Enterprise decided to offer in-person programming again this fall. And going by attendance at the first talk, students and the community were ready for the change. A presentation by New York Times bestselling author Amity Shlaes was the...

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Thriving Across Generations

The annual UofL Family Business Center Summit, presented by Axiom Financial Strategies Group, celebrated legacy family businesses across the Kentuckiana region. The theme for the 2021 Summit, Thriving Across Generations, embodied the essence of the Cen…

The annual UofL Family Business Center Summit, presented by Axiom Financial Strategies Group, celebrated legacy family businesses across the Kentuckiana region. The theme for the 2021 Summit, Thriving Across Generations, embodied the essence of the Center’s mission to help family businesses prosper. The event brought together family members and employees from more than 30 local...

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Fall Career Fair Returns In Person

Returning to campus for the first College of Business career fair in over 18 months meant not just an opportunity to learn about potential job opportunities but underscored the importance of networking. The Ulmer Center has had four virtual fairs in th…

Returning to campus for the first College of Business career fair in over 18 months meant not just an opportunity to learn about potential job opportunities but underscored the importance of networking. The Ulmer Center has had four virtual fairs in the past year—October was the first in-person event since February 2020.  “You just get...

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November Lunch: Inside the EdjSports Merger

Venture Connectors’ November lunch featured Sean O’Leary, a prolific Louisville-based entrepreneur and founder of multiple data companies that offer proprietary content to both B2B and consumer markets. He shared an inside look at the merger of EdjSports LLC, an advanced analytics firm for the sports industry that enables smarter decision making and performance, and Champion […]

Venture Connectors’ November lunch featured Sean O’Leary, a prolific Louisville-based entrepreneur and founder of multiple data companies that offer proprietary content to both B2B and consumer markets. He shared an inside look at the merger of EdjSports LLC, an advanced analytics firm for the sports industry that enables smarter decision making and performance, and Champion Gaming Inc., a holding company that will soon become publicly traded on the TSX Venture Exchange.

O’Leary co-founded the sports-centric EdjAnalytics spin-out with Frank Frigo, and now serves as president of Champion Gaming, the premier sports intelligence destination for sports teams, bettors, players and fans. Prior to that, he served as co-founder and CEO of Genscape Inc., an organization that offers proprietary data to the global energy markets.

O’Leary has been recognized as an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year, which honors entrepreneurial excellence in vision, innovation and leadership in building and growing successful businesses. He holds a bachelor’s degree in finance and economics from the University of Michigan and is a graduate of the University of Louisville’s first MBA in Entrepreneurship class. In 2016, O’Leary was recognized as an Endeavor Entrepreneur.