The number of Kentucky babies addicted to drugs — in some cases even before they are born — has skyrocketed in the past decade with methadone, oxycodone and heroin among the biggest culprits.
A mysterious package showed up in Ekstrom Library’s mail recently. Heavy, no return address, lots of stamps – that’s the way The Owl, a newsletter for library faculty and staff, described it.
A dozen UofL students will be in Greece this month to participate in “Queer Politics in Greece,” the university’s first LGBT-themed study abroad trip.
The Kent School of Social Work and the James Graham Brown Cancer Center at UofL are sponsoring an international conference in Louisville that will focus on how couples cope with the stresses that cancer brings.
Community members and UofL and city officials gathered at Fourth and Guthrie streets May 14 to commemorate a day exactly 50 years earlier when Louisville passed its public accommodations law.
Just about everyone has expired prescription or over-the-counter medication in their homes and just about everyone wonders how to dispose of it properly.
Education experts will present some of the latest research, ideas and techniques to help students with autism and other learning disabilities at a June 18‒19 conference for educators, service providers, students and their families.
UofL and community representatives will have a special program May 18 to rename the Saturday Academy community outreach program in honor of the late J. Blaine Hudson.
Henry Bacon was just one paper short of getting his degree from UofL in 1972.
It’s time to take a walk outside and enjoy tasty, locally grown food at the Gray Street Farmers Market (GSFM), opening Thursday, May 16.
The world’s leading classical guitarists will gather at the University of Louisville’s School of Music June 25‒30 for the 2013 Guitar Foundation of America Convention and Competition.
The third annual Faculty/Staff Open Walls exhibit opens May 13 in Photographic Archives and will be on display until noon, Friday, May 24. Hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays.
DuPont Manual High School graduate and Louisville native Kaila Washington is packing her bags and going out of state after commencement to take her education further.
UofL officials and Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer on May 14 will unveil the first of 12 markers to commemorate the 50th anniversary of passage of the public accommodations law.
Faculty/staff announcements submitted for posting May 8. They are in the May 9 UofL Today email.
Louisville native and Louisville Male High School graduate, John Ryan Frazier plans to stay in town after commencement.
Toni M. Ganzel is the new dean of the University of Louisville School of Medicine.
People worried about an Earth-asteroid collision might want to hear what science educator Thomas Tretter has to say in a May 10 talk, “Asteroids: Finding Them Before They Find Us.”
“Inten(s)ion,” a UofL student-organized exhibit of government-sponsored artwork from three countries, opens May 9 at Christ Church Cathedral in downtown Louisville with a 5:30 p.m.‒7:30 p.m.
May is National Stroke Awareness Month, and did you know that stroke is the fourth-leading cause of death in Kentucky and the United States?