Project Women is pleased to announce their fouth annual art exhibit... Join Us....
An International history project and essay competition.
A great university, by its very existence, improves the community in which it exists.
UofL's student advocate helps students find help when they don't know where to go.
Plan on joining the Brown Cancer Center for a lunch and learn session regarding mammography. Don't have health insurance? No worries, you can still get a mammography at the mobile van... see the schedule below for the remaining dates this year.
This past year, as we reviewed UofL's mission and developed a new strategic plan to take us even further toward our state mandate to be a pre-eminent metropolitan research university, a task force reviewed the international experiences available to UofL students.
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UofL has joined with the New Cities Foundation and the Kentucky League of Cities to form the Urban Solutions Center. We announced the partnership in mid-August.
Charge to the Search Committee
UofL is a presenting sponsor at IdeaFestival.
The Compliance Oversight Council has approved a completely revised set of information security policies and standards for UofL.
An overview of what to expect in the coming months.
Consultants are on campus to review the University of Louisville budgeting process and recommend a model for the future.
The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools has completed its reaffirmation process.
A recent study led by University of Louisville neuroscientist Manuel Casanova suggests that areas of the brain with the most mirror neurons may be the ones most closely associated with autism.
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University of Louisville Provost Shirley Willihnganz has proposed reorganization of the Graduate School.
We've entered what appears to be a "silent phase" of our strategic planning process. Don't mistake the lack of noise for lack of action. The Strategic Planning Committee, under the leadership of Linda Shapiro and Bill Pierce, has been busy taking the plan foundation to the university and Louisville communities.
More than 100 scientists from across the globe will gather in Louisville on April 21 through 24 for the first-ever conference focused on the role of quadruplex DNA in biology and chemistry – a new field that looks promising to cancer researchers.