A beloved University of Louisville professor will be remembered for his musical contributions during a memorial recital featuring performances by his wife and former students.
Debbie Scoppechio, a three-time cancer survivor and founder and chairwoman of Louisville’s Creative Alliance advertising agency, brought a simple message to a group of aspiring entrepreneurs this week: Don’t give up on your dreams.
Professors will transport listeners from Mayan ruins to English gardens, explore the pope’s political impact and blur the lines between math and art through a University of Louisville luncheon lecture series this fall.
A grant from the National Science Foundation will allow the University of Louisville’s Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research to expand its facilities and staff.
Longtime law professor Edwin Render, who died last January, was honored Aug. 26 in a ceremony attended by faculty, staff and Render’s family and friends.
Resiliency—the ability to bounce back from challenges—is a major factor in success.
The University of Louisville and NTS Realty Holdings, through their joint venture Campus Two, have signed Steel Technologies as the anchor tenant at 700 North Hurstbourne in the ShelbyHurst Office and Research Park.
Exploring the plight of African American youths is the focus of two events in the University of Louisville-Yearlings Club fall discussion series, which will open with a community reception for the university’s new College of Arts and Sciences dean and wind up with holiday music.
"Symbolism is important at the University of Louisville and this is great symbolism," said Provost Shirley Willihnganz at the CAPS ceremony and convocation Friday for UofL's newest students.
J.B. Speed School of Engineering Dean Neville Pinto firmly believes that the combination of education and research will lead to new jobs and economic growth for Kentucky.
The United Kingdom wants to do business with U.S. companies, and it has incentive packages available to business owners who want to invest there.
More than 40 UofL faculty and staff attended an Ideas to Action (i2a) workshop with critical thinking scholar Patti Clayton, PhD, on Aug. 15, 2014. The workshop was titled "Generating, Deepening and Documenting Learning through Critical Reflection."
The University Club has a new team member.
The University of Louisville Department of Theatre Arts is holding open auditions for two fall semester productions.
More than 2,000 college freshmen converged on the University of Louisville’s Belknap Campus on Wednesday, bringing with them their most cherished possessions and a wide range of emotions.
One of UofL’s most iconic pieces of art has a new home. The Red Reeds sculpture recently was moved from Parrish Court and installed in front of Tulip Tree Café outside Ekstrom Library.
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The J.B. Speed School of Engineering on Tuesday unveiled its new business center, a shared-service space where employees handle a wide range of human resources, financial, accounting and grant-related tasks.
Seventy-nine UofL students have been preparing for the past two weeks to take on the demanding life of a Resident Assistant.