Aaron Thompson

Lexington Herald-Leader

The future of higher education in Kentucky. 5 questions for Aaron Thompson.

Aaron Thompson is the president of the Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education. We’re coming up on two years since everything changed for college campuses because of COVID-19. From your view, what are some of the long-term effects of the pandemic on higher education in Kentucky? We did a very good job in the last few years of looking at the safety of our students, the safety of our faculty and staff, and putting that within the context of learning, whether it was online or some other virtual mode, or whether it was in-person. So that’s one of those things that’s going to forever be in place now, we’re going to have more hybrid learning, more online learning. We’re going to have to engage students more in those settings.
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Aaron Thompson and Jessica King to Introduce Lilu in the Hope Building

Aaron Thompson and Jessica King, current owners of Brother Wolf and Osteria Stella in the Old City, and owners of the now paused Sapphire, will bring an entirely new concept to the space formerly occupied by the cocktail bar. In conjunction with HD Patel of the Ephant Group, the two will offer the anchor restaurant for his Hotel Cleo at 428 South Gay Street. Lilu will offer fine French cuisine in a classy atmosphere. I met with the two to learn more details about the project.
Parkersburg News & Sentinel

Aaron Thompson

Aaron Thompson, 39, of Coolville, OH, passed away Thursday, Oct. 7, 2021, at Marietta Memorial Hospital. He was born Nov. 30, 1981, in Parkersburg, WV, son of Gary and Jean Marshall Thompson. In addition to his parents, Aaron is survived by a son, Eli Thompson; 2 brothers, Adam and Jennifer...
Princeton Daily Clarion

PCHS grad Aaron Thompson leads Evansville Christian to ICSAA state title

When Aaron Thompson was asked to become an Evansville Christian assistant basketball coach in early fall 2018, he asked his wife Jenny how she felt about that. “That’s part of who you are. It’s something you need to pursue,” former Jennifer Allen, sister of Evansville Christian principal Mike Allen said.