The Jumbotron said it all.
Gov. Steve Beshear will kick off this year’s Student Government Association’s Listen Up Legislators events with a campus talk Sept. 16.
The University of Louisville’s Belknap Campus and UofL-owned or controlled properties on Shelby Campus will become smoke free on Nov. 19, the day of the Great American Smoke Out, according to university officials.
If you happen to catch one of UofL’s newest television or print advertisements, university officials have a message: Your eyes are not deceiving you.
Social activities, performance and educational opportunities are planned for the 2009 Pride Week celebration at the University of Louisville.
“We survived the Flood of ‘09.”
They come to the University of Louisville from all over the country and, once here, go all over town.
The National Institutes of Health has extended funding for the Kentucky IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (KY-INBRE), a University of Louisville-led collaboration between six state universities. The $15 million funding boost will carry the program through 2013.
University of Louisville officials unveiled the renovated Belknap Campus oval at a press conference Sept. 22.
20 Minutes: Biologist Lee Dugatkin discusses his forthcoming book on Thomas Jefferson and a giant moose
Biology professor Lee Dugatkin is well known for his research on the evolution of goodness in humans and nonhumans. He has written several books and texts on the subject and has had more than 125 articles published in such journals as Nature, The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences and The Proceedings of The Royal Society of London. But Dugatkin also is a closet historian. His latest book, titled “Mr. Jefferson and the Giant Moose,” is a tale of both natural history and American history. He recently spoke about his work to UofL Today.
A birthday celebration—complete with balloons and birthday cake—was held Oct. 6 to mark the first anniversary of the Gladys and Lewis "Sonny" Bass Louisville Scholar House Campus at the University of Louisville.
To continue the upgrade of the electrical system on Belknap campus, an outage is scheduled 7 a.m. to noon Oct. 11.
University of Louisville Hospital will offer its Drive-Thru Seasonal Flu Shot program Oct. 13 and Oct. 15, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium, 2800 S. Floyd St.
For more than 200 years, the University of Louisville has had a major impact on the economic and social welfare of the Louisville community. A national study released this week now recognizes the university as one of the nation's best at community engagement.
The University of Louisville today broke ground on a two-year renovation project that will mean more space and much needed clinical improvements for the UofL School of Dentistry. The school has received few updates since it moved from Brook and Broadway to Preston Street in 1970.
The University of Louisville opened its new Clinical and Translation Research building with a ribbon-cutting and press conference Oct. 12.
Advanced placement students in Kentucky’s Meade County and Breckinridge County high schools got a firsthand demonstration of an artificial heart Sept. 24 when University of Louisville heart surgeon Laman Gray joined President James Ramsey on his state outreach tour.
A $1.5 million gift from Louisville philanthropist Owsley Brown Frazier will be used to create a new endowed chair in physical medicine and rehabilitation at Frazier Rehab Institute and UofL’s School of Medicine.
A near capacity crowd of 400 alumni and supporters were on hand Thursday at the Crowne Plaza to honor the ten 2009 alumni fellows and Hank Conn, the alumnus of the year, at this year's UofL Alumni Association awards ceremony.
The University of Louisville has earned a B+ on a report card issued by a non-profit organization that monitors environmental sustainability at colleges and universities, tying with Berea College as Kentucky’s top “green” school.
His day job is working maintenance at Kurz Hall, a student residence at the University of Louisville. But before and after work this past summer, UofL graduate and former Cardinal track and cross-country star Wesley Korir could be found running the roads around campus or training on the university’s track at Cardinal Park.
Without knowing where you are, you can't know how to get where you want to be. That is the simple philosophy behind the University of Louisville's first greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions report.
Helping college women who have been victims of violence, bringing greater community awareness to the incidence of violence on campuses and generating a focus on violence prevention.
Justin Mog is assistant to the provost for sustainability initiatives, a new post created to help the University of Louisville become more environmentally and socially responsible.
Art – It's Happening Here – and that is what the UofL Alumni Association wants everyone to know as it kicks off a weeklong Homecoming celebration.
Jamie Saunders sat on a stool on the east entrance of Ekstrom Library at the University of Louisville. She spoke into a microphone, reading aloud from the fourth chapter of "Charlotte's Web," by E.B.White, the classic children's novel about a spider who befriends a pig.
University of Louisville administrators recognized 351 employees with 6,765 years of combined experience for their service at the 26th Annual Staff Recognition Luncheon Friday, Sept. 26.
University of Louisville President James Ramsey’s car is going to need an oil change and maybe even a set of new tires by mid-October.
University of Louisville faculty, staff and students can expect detours, lane closures and road closures this fall as the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet works from late August through December to improve traffic flow and safety in two areas near Belknap Campus.
University of Louisville Provost Shirley Willihnganz has commissioned a group to identify ways to make UofL a better workplace.
The University of Louisville School of Music and its Alumni Council will award the first Robert B. Griffith Award lifetime achievement award to John Hoover during a special concert at 7:30 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 27, at the Margaret Comstock Concert Hall.
Hope to enter competition.
With a clay wall and bamboo flooring, it's safe to say that the room University of Louisville sophomore Anna Roeder shares with roommate Katy Hartman is a little unusual.
Compassion. Integrity. Altruism. Empathy. Twenty University of Louisville medical students were honored for having these and other humanistic traits Wednesday, Oct. 14, with induction into the Arnold P. Gold Foundation Gold Humanism Honor Society.
They're back! And the students will be right behind them.
The University of Louisville honored faculty, staff, students and a community partner Tuesday for playing significant roles in bringing university resources to the community.
Minimally invasive spine surgery represents the cutting edge of neurosurgery these days.
Hungry University of Louisville faculty, staff and students who don't have time to stand in line are in luck. Sodexo and the university have partnered to create Line Cam.
The University of Louisville has received $523,128 in grant funding this year from the WHAS Crusade for Children.
Several advanced ceramics students gathered on a hot summer morning at the kiln shed beside the Studio Arts Building on Belknap Campus.
The partners of Research!Louisville recently recognized the winners of a three-day research competition that is a part of Research!Louisville, an annual event to showcase health/life sciences research conducted by students, faculty and research fellows and staff at the University of Louisville.
The University of Louisville’s and the city’s efforts to develop as a nationally known center for life sciences research received a huge lift last week when a company headed by UofL faculty sold rights to a drug it developed to eye-care giant Alcon.
Recent changes to Miller Information Technology Center (MITC) have turned what primarily had become an administrative building into a multi-purpose gathering space for students.
The University of Louisville Cardinal Battalion Ranger Challenge team successfully defended its champion title Oct. 24 at the 7th BDE Ranger Challenge Competition at Ft. Knox.
(Editor's Note: This is the first installment of a monthly column on sustainable activities at UofL by the faculty, staff and students responsible for them.)
Judy Dyda sat at a table in the Student Activities Center, clutching her daughter Arielle's hand, smiling and letting a few tears sneak through.
Used cooking oil from dining facilities at the University of Louisville is helping to fuel a campus shuttle bus in a research-based recycling pilot program.
If you've seen a group of people wearing hardhats in Louisville recently, chances are they're working on a construction site for the University of Louisville.
Efforts to make the University of Louisville Health Care Outpatient Center warmer and more welcoming for patients and visitors than typical health care facilities continued Nov. 4 with the unveiling of an original art piece in the building's lobby.
University of Louisville Police have received several reports of people asking students on Belknap Campus for credit card donations.
University of Louisville Police have received several reports of people asking students on Belknap Campus for credit card donations.
Louisville muralist Aaron McIntyre hopes to give the women's basketball team a little inspiration each day when they head to practice or to study session.
The University of Louisville's Division of Student Affairs and the Office of Military and Veteran Student Services are encouraging faculty and staff to post free posters on their office doors in support of veteran students.
Americans owe a debt to military veterans and can look up to them and to men and women in active military service as examples, said U.S. Sen. John McCain in a public talk Nov. 11 at the University of Louisville.
A permanent gallery with exhibits, films and interactive displays about U.S. government, history and politics will open to the public Nov. 12 in the University of Louisville Ekstrom Library.
The University of Louisville's Campus Health Services will offer free 2009 H1N1 flu mist to UofL students Monday, Nov. 16, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Student Activities Center, Multipurpose Room.
Eighteen fourth graders from Greenwood Elementary stood on the stage at the Red Barn on the University of Louisville's Belknap Campus during a Veterans Day Observance Nov. 11.
Work on Eastern Parkway has shifted to the lanes closest to Speed School. Crews have opened the previously closed lanes closest to the Natural Sciences Building, Dougherty Hall and the Grawemeyer Hall parking lot for access to the Speed School's parking lot.
Two Dare to Care Food Bank trucks stopped at the University of Louisville Student Activities Center Thursday to pick up 6,935 pounds of food collected by the campus community in the past several weeks.
New academic buildings. A recreation building near new student housing. Green spaces. A research park. And a center for performing arts.
The University of Louisville's engineering students should have a brighter career start and improved spot to study and work together with the recent renovation of a campus building into the Duthie Center for Engineering.
The University of Louisville's Brandeis School of Law and the United States Postal Service celebrated the life and contributions of Supreme Court Justice Louis D. Brandeis Nov. 13 on the 153rd anniversary of his birth.
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University of Louisville President James Ramsey has agreed to a contract extension that will keep him at the university at least through 2013.
UofL's Panhellenic Council hosted "CANSTRUCTION," a canned food collection, Nov. 12 at Community Park.
Smoking areas are being set up, websites developed, ash trays removed and nicotine replacement products ordered as the University of Louisville prepares its move to smoke-free status beginning Thursday, Nov. 19.
The twists and turns of Shakespeare's "As You Like It" take University of Louisville master's students Tiffany LaVoie and Amy Cotteril on an interesting journey this week, both on stage and in their careers.
The Department of Highways District 5 Office announces the temporary closure Eastern Parkway (US 60A) between the J.B. Speed School entrance and Third Street.
Charles Castner doesn't remember a time that he didn't have an interest in railroads.
Students in the University of Louisville's ceramic arts program will offer their creations at the annual ceramics sale in December.
In show business "break a leg" means good luck.
If the world's population were reduced to 100 people with the same demographic and socio-economic breakdowns that now exist, there would be 82 non-whites and 18 whites; 51 males and 49 females; 89 heterosexuals and 11 homosexuals.
The Kentucky Cancer Program, Get Healthy Now and Colleges against Cancer will have booths set up Thursday as UofL begins its drive to become a smoke-free campus.
The University of Louisville will have a dedication ceremony Nov. 23 to rename the Belknap Research Building after John Shumaker, UofL president from 1995 to 2002.
University of Louisville President James Ramsey calls her "our rock star." But most folks across the globe now will know Monica Marks as "Rhodes Scholar."
The late 1990s were pivotal for the University of Louisville and set the school on a new course.
Servers crash. Computer hardware and software fail. Electronic files disappear.
Nearly 100 lung cancer researchers from the University of Louisville and the University of Kentucky put distance and team loyalties aside Saturday, Nov. 21, to build collaborations aimed at developing better prevention, detection and treatment techniques for the disease that causes the most cancer deaths in Kentucky and in the United States.
“Spheres,” a six-movement work for orchestra by German composer York Hoeller, has earned the 2010 University of Louisville Grawemeyer Award for Music Composition.
Improving relations between Iran and Israel is the key to achieving lasting peace in the Middle East, says the winner of the 2010 University of Louisville Grawemeyer Award for Ideas Improving World Order.
A scientist who broadened the understanding of how we experience pain – and ways we can control and relieve it – has won the 2010 University of Louisville Grawemeyer Award for Psychology.