UofL classes may have been canceled Feb. 9 and its offices closed, but not everyone had a snow day. Physical Plant was here to clear campus sidewalks, streets and parking lots.
Many people may not recognize the name Toots Thielemans.
Two films being shown daily at the University of Louisville's Sen. Mitch McConnell and Secretary Elaine L. Chao Archives and Civic Education Gallery have each won two 2010 Telly Awards.
The Rally for Higher Education has been rescheduled for Feb. 23.
Worried about slippery roads and scraping the windshield?
The last day to withdrawal from classes is currently listed as Wednesday, Feb. 24.
Beauty, healthy eating and good health are among the subjects that a weeklong Campus Health Services (CHS) program will explore Feb. 22-26.
The University of Louisville's College of Arts and Sciences inducted four former faculty members into its Hall of Honor during a Feb. 25 ceremony.
The University of Louisville-based Kentucky Pollution Prevention Center will be able to help more Kentucky industries and businesses slash their energy costs thanks to a $2.23 million infusion of federal stimulus money that will expand the center's services.
The University of Louisville's Clinical and Translational Research Building has received a top rating from the U.S. Green Building Council, a non-profit agency based in Washington that promotes sustainability in building design, construction and operation.
"A Song for Coretta," a play by Pearl Cleage that will be performed March 3-7 by the UofL Department of Theatre Arts African American Theatre Program, reveals sharp differences among those who gather to honor the passing of Coretta Scott King.
University of Louisville President James Ramsey told Kentucky lawmakers Feb. 18 that UofL has made significant progress in research and graduation rates despite have received nine state budget cuts in nine years.
When are lights on in rooms throughout Belknap Campus? When do people use each room?
Campus Health Services issued the following statement on Feb. 19.
Eight University of Louisville faculty and staff members were selected recently by community members as "connectors" – meaning they have the means and ability to bring people together to improve Louisville and southern Indiana.
About 100 people from the around the country gathered at the Seelbach Hotel in downtown Louisville Monday and Tuesday to share ideas about how to better serve veteran students on college campuses.
Dozens of students - including a contingent from UofL - turned out for the Rally for Higher Education Tuesday in Frankfort.
Information Technology has received a number of reports regarding computer viruses sent by email to university account holders.
Louisville and the Partnership for a Green City played host to Wolfgang Reichel, deputy mayor of Mainz, Germany, Feb. 24, to introduce him to the unique "green" initiatives in the city.
The University of Louisville's Kentucky Cancer Program encourages the campus community to wear the color blue on Friday, March 5, as part of the second annual national campaign to promote colon cancer awareness.
The University of Louisville has received kudos for its community service programs and was the only school in Kentucky to earn the "with distinction" designation as part of its membership on the 2009 President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.
Kentucky lawmakers on Feb. 25 honored the University of Louisville's James Graham Brown Cancer Center as the first and only center in Kentucky to be granted a full three-year accreditation by the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers.
When the sky is blue and cloudless, Pete Womack is a medical technologist in a Department of Pathology research lab.
For students at the University of Louisville's J.B. Speed School of Engineering, the required one-year co-op each must complete before they graduate not only offers invaluable engineering practice but also a heavy dose of business sense.
(Editor's Note: Green Scene is a monthly column on sustainable activities at UofL written by the faculty, staff and students responsible for them.)
The March 3 talk by Drucilla K. Barker on "African Women Writing Resistance" has been postponed to March 10.
A new policy to protect sensitive information on University of Louisville computers and information storage devices took effect March 1.
When the final horn sounds Saturday after the 2 p.m. UofL men's basketball game against Syracuse, it will mark the last time a University of Louisville basketball team plays a home game at Freedom Hall.
Volunteers from across the University of Louisville community gathered at the Cultural Center Wednesday to break ground on the new Garden Commons - a hands-on effort to educate and involve students in going green.
Did you know that UofL composts all of its yard wastes?
UofL Society members gathered this week for the unveiling of a new donor recognition wall at the University Club.
UofL plans to implement more than $300 million in construction and upgrades to its Belknap Campus over the next three to five years, according to an update of the master plan presented to the Board of Trustees March 4.
President James Ramsey, Vice President for Information Technology Priscilla Hancock and representatives from Kosair Charities and the Metro Police Department talked to the media Friday about the University of Louisville's Bears on Patrol collection drive.
The School of Dentistry renovation is helping to support Kentucky businesses, with $24 million going to 28 Kentucky subcontractors and suppliers.
Winston Churchill, Audrey Hepburn, Albert Einstein, Mother Teresa - some of the most famous people in the world will be hanging around Belknap Campus for the next three months.
Warnock Street between Floyd and Brook streets will be narrowed to one lane spring break week.
Health care is about working with patients to treat their illnesses effectively, but there is only so much that doctors, nurses and other health care professionals can learn in a classroom environment.
University of Louisville faculty, staff and students looking for fresh and organic foods to prepare themselves now have an option on Belknap Campus.
Ghosthunting 101. Ballroom Dancing. Twitter Essentials. As diverse as they sound, they all have something in common.
About 40 faculty, staff and students who are spending spring break in Belize as part of the International Service Learning program will document their experiences via a blog and Facebook page.
The UofL Foundation has named KlingStubbins of Philadelphia, Pa., to design a large office building at the ShelbyHurst Office and Research Park at Shelby Campus.
The prospect of a partnership with the University of Louisville was a major factor in the decision of a long-term care company to relocate its headquarters to Louisville.
When a pandemic attack or natural disaster happens, some chaos seems inevitable.
University of Louisville freshman Ethan Bennett picked up a shopping bag full of sweet potatoes and placed it in a cardboard box for one of the 300 or so people who picked up food from the Dare to Care Mobile Food Bank at Catholic Charities on March 16.
University of Louisville College of Business students have taken top honors in two regional contests this month, one rewarding ideas to create innovative businesses and another recognizing ideas on how to improve the security of business computers.
Every two minutes someone is sexually assaulted in the United States.
The University of Louisville's Ekstrom Library will be closed Saturday, March 20, for maintenance to the electrical system.
During her lifetime, Grace Marilynn James, a pediatrician and former faculty member at the University of Louisville School of Medicine, broke down barriers.
More than 200 UofL faculty and staff have pledged to lose 3,668 pounds to help feed hungry people in the United States.
Students taking a course this week at the University of Louisville-based National Crime Prevention Institute were able to test their new skills March 17 in a field exercise in the Smoketown-Shelby Park neighborhood.
The cultural differences between patients and their health care providers can play an important role in patient care.
Stuck waiting for the train to pass or construction crews at Warnock?
The University of Louisville and Jewish Hospital are joining together May 4 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the "Flexner Report," written by Louisville's native son Abraham Flexner.
Dale Billingsley, vice provost for undergraduate affairs at the University of Louisville and a longtime faculty member in the English department, received one of 10 Outstanding First-Year Student Advocate awards given by the National Resource Center for the First-Year Experience at its annual conference in February.
The University of Louisville School of Public Health and Information Sciences (SPHIS) will receive more than $800,000 over the next two years to help Louisville in its goals to prevent and reduce obesity.
The University of Louisville wants to make it easier for faculty, staff and students to eat locally grown foods.
Energetic, engaging, dedicated, passionate, inspiring.
Candidates for Louisville Metro mayor and the U.S. Senate will share their views and answer questions in two public forums at the University of Louisville.
Construction workers, city leaders, the Louisville Arena Authority and University of Louisville officials celebrated the addition of the final structural beam to the new downtown arena March 29.
The next mayor of Louisville told University of Louisville faculty, staff and students that they will improve the area economy and do more to sustain the environment.
Greater Louisville Inc., has selected Nucleus, Kentucky's Life Science and Innovation Center, to join a group of fast-growth companies in its High Impact Portfolio.
Brooke Hicks and her daughter Robin regularly play music for patients at University Surgical Associates, located in the University of Louisville Health Care Outpatient Center.
Paige Battcher graduated from UofL in 2008 with a bachelor's degree in finance and spent six months teaching English in Thailand through a Fulbright teaching assistantship.
UofL and Messer Construction officials signed the highest beam before putting it into place at a topping-off ceremony April 1 at the School of Dentistry.
University of Louisville employees Bridgett Young and Todd Thornberry tied the knot April 1 in the place they met as family, friends and co-workers looked on.
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's April 9 talk at the University of Louisville will start later than originally planned.
University of Louisville faculty, staff and students got their first glance at the Democratic candidates for U.S. Senate, who answered tough questions during an on-campus evening debate on April 1.
Soprano Juliana Moura's musical journey from Brazil to her May receipt of a master's degree in voice from the University of Louisville School of Music has been punctuated with high notes.
Current and past Grawemeyer Award winners will be the focus of several University of Louisville events April 12-15.
Textbooks, t-shirts, class supplies. These are the things people expect to fill the aisles of a college bookstore.
The former president of India will deliver a lecture Monday, April 12, at the University of Louisville's Belknap Campus.
Sometimes all it takes it a little appreciation for a student to stay in school.
Undergraduate and graduate students in the College of Education and Human Development are helping homeless children be better prepared for school success.