Mary Lu Schooler can tell you exactly when she decided to stop driving her car to and from her job at the University of Louisville and start riding the bus instead.
The University of Louisville welcomed the latest class of Brown Fellows June 17 and 18.
Photographic Archives will celebrate the new history “Two Centuries of Black Louisville: A Photographic History,” a book by local authors, with a special exhibit of some of the nearly 100 images it contributed to the work.
The University of Louisville’s Hite Art Institute will open three exhibits at its Schneider Hall galleries June 27.
University of Louisville students have a newly dedicated place to contemplate such weighty matters as truth and justice.
University of Louisville Hospital surgeons are investigating a new technique to use a patient’s own stem cells to treat a vascular disease that leads to 175,000 amputations each year.
The University of Louisville Cardinal Singers choral group continues to dominate world competition and received top honors this month at three events in Germany:
The University of Louisville’s first organic garden is growing in more ways than one.
A free event at the University of Louisville will mark the end of NASA’s storied, 30-year exploration program as the space shuttle Atlantis makes its final journey July 8.
YMCA of Greater Louisville and UofL announced June 28 that they will team together to provide services to residents of West Louisville.
Speed Museum construction will affect some sidewalks on the northwest side of Belknap Campus over the next few days.
When was the last time you really paid attention to an awe-inspiring sunset? Savored and lingered over a meal, taking delight in the taste of the food? Took a quiet walk in a nearby park and actually focused attention on your surroundings?
Sidewalks near Brigman Hall and the Brandeis School of Law will be closed for a few days the week of July 4 and maybe the next as workers begin the next phase of construction on the Oval.
A delegation of government and university officials from Perm, Russia, recently came to Louisville to learn how the University of Louisville has changed over the past decade and to explore how Perm universities and UofL might collaborate in the future.
UofL students soon will enjoy state-of-the-art sports and recreation facilities in a location more convenient to new housing and other development on the west side of Belknap Campus.
Fourteen University of Louisville students or recent graduates have received Fulbright research or teaching awards in 2011.
As most third-year residents prepare to move into the next stage of their medical careers, one University of Louisville pediatrics resident is making a dramatically different move—one that will take her 5,800 miles away and into a completely different culture of medicine.
"Tangled" will be the second film in this summer's "Cards Under the Stars" series Friday, July 15.
Belknap classes are canceled and offices are closed Tuesday, July 12 in the aftermath of Monday's flooding.
The University of Louisville will reopen all classes and offices on their regular schedule Wednesday, July 13.
Westbound Eastern Parkway is closed indefinitely due to flooding repairs after Monday's water main break.
University of Louisville student Drew Watkins set out to raise money for a local nonprofit organization and in the process broke a world record.
The University of Louisville is adding some zeros to the largest fundraising campaign in its history. The university’s Board of Trustees Wednesday approved upping the campaign's previously announced $750 million goal to $1 billion.
The University of Louisville leadership team met all 27 of its 2010-2011 goals, prompting the institution's board members to give President James Ramsey high praise and a sterling performance review at Wednesday's Board of Trustees meeting.
University of Louisville employees' and students' generosity never seems to end.
The University of Louisville’s fleet of lawnmowers soon will be running on propane gas instead of gasoline, a step expected to further reduce the university’s carbon footprint.
The University of Louisville African American Theatre Program will present “The Orphan of Chao” this summer at two venues. Premiered in February at UofL, the play will be performed at the Kentucky Shakespeare Festival and at the National Black Theatre Festival.
The University of Louisville was recently named to the 2010 President's Higher Education Community Service honor roll.
What are the most pressing labor issues facing the construction industry today? How can women and minorities gain a foothold in the industry? How can construction worksites be safer?
Officials broke ground July 20 on the first building to go up at Nucleus Innovation Park Downtown, a nine-acre research park on and around the former Haymarket property.
Eight University of Louisville students and one recent graduate have earned scholarships to conduct research, travel abroad and, in some cases, study foreign languages and cultures that are considered critical to U.S. national security.
University of Louisville health officials stated Wednesday that UofL and its medical faculty members will develop a way to ensure a full array of reproductive services are available following the merger of University Hospital, Jewish Hospital & St. Mary’s HealthCare and Saint Joseph Health System.
More than 250 university staff from across the nation gathered at UofL last week for training on student conduct and mediation issues as part of the Association for Student Conduct Administration Gehring Academy.
University of Louisville head football coach Charlie Strong and his family are donating $150,000 to a UofL scholarship program that helps low-income students in Kentucky earn college degrees.
When University of Louisville's fall semester starts Aug. 22, eight students will attend classes as part of a unique program that allows them to be both full-time students and soldiers.
Student-athlete. The term for someone who both is enrolled in a university and plays sports is simple enough to understand.
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This year's Cards under the Stars summer movie series will conclude with "Toy Story 3" Friday, Aug. 5.
(Editor’s Note: Green Scene is a monthly column on sustainable activities at UofL written by faculty, staff and students responsible for them.)
Heather Hadden, an incoming freshman from Villa Hills, Ky., had never been to downtown Louisville before last week.
The Delphi Center at the University of Louisville has expanded its lineup of enrichment courses by partnering with ed2go, an industry leader in online learning for adults.
Batman, Superman and a slew of other comic characters will take up residence at the University of Louisville's Ekstrom Library this month.
Jewish Hospital HealthCare Services, Catholic Health Initiatives and the University of Louisville announced Aug. 3 the members of their new health system's community board of trustees.
One of the first tasks of research is deciding how to collect data. The decision a researcher makes can affect not only the success of the study, but also its cost.
Time travel may not be possible – yet – but the University of Louisville Photographic Archives is among the first institutional users of a website that allows people to do a bit of electronic time travel.
University of Louisville officials were on hand Wednesday as private developers cut the ribbon on the new Cardinal Towne housing and retail complex near Belknap Campus.
The Ironman Triathlon will take place on Louisville’s streets Aug. 28 and will affect traffic flow and parking on the west side of Belknap Campus, among other areas.
The School of Dentistry will provide free oral cancer screenings during the Kentucky State Fair.
The University of Louisville raised nearly $141 million in private funds in fiscal year 2011, a record amount for a single year.
The University of Louisville's Department of Theatre Arts is inviting the public to audition for its fall plays.
Geneva Matlock , a retired anesthesiologist and University of Louisville School of Medicine graduate, has given $4 million to her alma mater to fund research in macular degeneration – a condition that she has and which she believes took her mother’s eyesight.
The Hite Galleries are opening a new exhibit this month.
UofL Health Care will provide screenings, information, exhibits and a special hands-on experience Aug. 18-28 at the Kentucky State Fair.
Nucleus, an economic development initiative of the University of Louisville Foundation, celebrated new tenants, a major expansion by an existing tenant and having a nearly full house at an event Aug. 16.
Zerlina Bartholomew couldn't quite contain her excitement and nervousness – although she tried.
The University of Louisville's fall Axton Reading Series will feature the return of one of its Axton fellows and a trio of award-winning Chicago-based writers to discuss their work and lead master classes.
University of Louisville professors' field research can take them all over the globe, and some will serve up their observations during the fall Meet the Professors luncheon lecture series.
The Saturday Academy, a University of Louisville-sponsored community outreach program, will present two special sessions in August and September that focus on black educational attainment and achievement in Louisville.
Research by University of Louisville students and their professor may help improve peace efforts in Northern Ireland.
This year’s Faculty Gala concert at the University of Louisville promises to offer everything from the recreation of 16th-century music to the world premiere of a piece for cello and bass.
University of Louisville President James Ramsey and Provost Shirley Willihnganz formally welcomed incoming freshmen and their parents Friday afternoon at the convocation and CAPS ceremony.
The University of Louisville has launched a new application that will help users navigate campus while also offering key campus safety information.
It may look like a tool shed, but the building going up behind the Speed School of Engineering may provide lead to more efficient use of solar energy.
The University of Louisville continues to improve its placement on the Sierra Club’s list of America’s Coolest Schools.
Where would you be if you had made one big decision differently? What if you'd made a series of small decisions differently that led your life on a different path – for better or worse?
(Editor’s Note: All of us bring a skills set to our jobs at UofL. Whether those skills come through technical training or some other form of education, they are specific to our daily tasks.
Private developers CITY Properties Group and AU Associates cut the ribbon Aug. 25 on a new block of apartments near the Health Sciences Center that will be home to University of Louisville students.
Francis Collins, director of the National Institutes of Health, talked to local media Aug. 25 about the importance of NIH funding to the University of Louisville and other institutions before leading a public forum on the future direction of biomedical research.
Atticus Gurley, a University of Louisville freshman from Taylor Mill, Ky., had never been on an airplane.
Information Technology recently completed a pilot migration of its entire staff from GroupWise e-mail to Exchange (Outlook) in preparation for the fall migration of all University of Louisville faculty and staff.
University Hospital will continue its mission of serving indigent patients and Louisville residents will see no change in the level of care they receive from the hospital once that facility merges with two other hospital entities, according to UofL President James Ramsey and University Hospital CEO Jim Taylor.
President James Ramsey, Provost Shirley Willihnganz and other UofL officials will kick off State of the University week with a thank-you picnic for faculty, staff and their families Sunday, Sept. 11, at ShelbyHurst Campus.
The Chronicle of Higher Education recently put out its almanac edition.
Work by scientists at the University of Louisville and the University of Kentucky is advancing the search for inexpensive clean energy.
Officials with the University of Louisville and Baptist Hospital East today announced an agreement to expand area access to UofL obstetricians and gynecologists, reestablishing the group’s community presence to enhance both patient care and advance the learning opportunities for our future physicians.
In 1911, William O. Roberts, MD, had a radical idea.
Did you have a cup of coffee today? Does the farmer who grew the beans make a living wage – enough to feed and educate his children?
If a person truly enjoys what she does – people take notice.
People who want information on Alzheimer’s disease can learn about risk factors, why certain populations are at greater risk for developing it and current caregiving practices at a conference Sept. 17.
University of Louisville students groups take to the Comstock Concert Hall stage Sept. 11 for a special concert to honor the memory of victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks and to honor an alumna for her contribution to music education.
A University of Louisville surgery professor this summer gained experience treating wounded American soldiers that she will use in her work with veterans in Louisville.
Get ready. Get set. Donate – your old books, CDs, video tapes, cassette tapes, vinyl records, books on tape, video/computer games, DVDs or any other media you just don’t want any longer.
Candidates for Kentucky governor will speak at a Sept. 11 public event organized by the Yearlings Club-University of Louisville discussion series.
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The University of Louisville and Fort Knox have signed a memorandum of understanding to strengthen the relationship between the two.
Kentucky has improved faster than any state in the country in the percent of working-age adults with college degrees, six-year graduation rates at four-year colleges and universities and the number of undergraduate credentials awarded relative to the population with no college degree, according to recently released report by the The National Center for Higher Education Management Systems of Boulder, Colo.
The UofL Board of Trustees elected new officers, endorsed a capital construction plan that features new academic buildings for the Belknap and Health Sciences campuses and approved goals for President James Ramsey and his leadership team at its Sept. 8 meeting.
A comparison of the issues affecting cardiovascular health care in China and Vietnam will be the topic of a free public discussion Thursday, Sept. 15, sponsored by the University of Louisville Department of Neurology and Crane House, The Asia Institute Inc. of Louisville.
University of Louisville cardiologist and researcher Roberto Bolli has received a $12.8 million renewal grant from the National Institutes of Health for continued research with adult stem cells.
Health care professionals and clergy will examine the relationship of religion and spirituality to depression Sept. 22 as part of the University of Louisville Depression Center-sponsored “Building Hope” lecture series.
University of Louisville officials Sept. 13 celebrated the naming of the College of Business's primary building in honor of Harry S. Frazier Jr., a real estate pioneer and UofL alumnus who died in 1994.
Looking back to move ahead. That was the theme of University of Louisville President James Ramsey’s annual State of the University address Sept. 13 at Margaret Comstock Concert Hall at the School of Music.
(Editor’s Note: "Nazi Persecution of Homosexuals: 1933-1945," a traveling exhibit from the U.S. Holocaust Museum, will be at the University of Louisville's Ekstrom Library Sept. 19-Nov. 28, and a series of special talks and events is planned around it.
More than 100 UofL nursing students will mark their entry into Upper Division during a transition ceremony Sunday, Sept. 18.
Members of the University of Louisville community will hear about and show support for efforts to end against violence against women at the annual “Take Back the Night” event 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m., Sept. 27, at the Red Barn on Belknap Campus.
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Are you smarter than a two-year old – computer?
Author Greg Mortenson has decided to decline the University of Louisville's prestigious Grawemeyer Award in Education.
Imagine living in a world with no violence.