“And the walls come tumblin’ down ...” -- John Mellencamp
As the bounty of summer returns, so does the Belknap Farmers Market, celebrating its second year with a grand opening celebration on Thursday, May 28.
The University of Louisville’s rocket team, River City Rocketry, soared to a second-place finish at the recent NASA Student Launch challenge. The team has earned a spot in the top three at the high-powered competition in three consecutive years.
Nineteen female artists from the Great Depression era are the center of the Hite Art Institute’s summer exhibit at UofL.
Strengthening the provision of clinical care to patients and education and training to future physicians is an ongoing goal of the UofL School of Medicine.
The UofL Board of Trustees Finance Committee on Thursday approved a $511 million university budget for next fiscal year. The full board is expected to consider final approval of the 2015-16 spending plan at its next meeting scheduled for June 4.
Workers recently installed a new Gallopalooza horse along the brick walkway between Third St. and UofL’s College of Business on Belknap Campus.
The soon-to-open UL Additive Manufacturing Competency Center on UofL’s Belknap Campus will help ensure that Kentucky remains at the “forefront” of the rapidly evolving manufacturing sector.
Dropping a child’s body temperature following a heart attack does not appear to improve the child’s chance of surviving or their heart function one year after the heart attack, reports a team of physicians including Melissa B. Porter, MD, an associate professor in the UofL department of pediatrics.
DentaQuest has selected UofL's David L. Dunn, MD, PhD, executive vice president for health affairs, as one of its 2015 Health Equity Heroes, recognizing his distinguished work in making oral health care accessible to underserved populations.
UofL graduate student Lori Mellor has set lofty goals for herself—earn a master’s degree in social work, help establish an outreach program for older veterans at Kent School and finish both in one year.
UL LLC, a global safety science organization, and the University of Louisville are launching a 3D printing training facility called the UL Additive Manufacturing Competency Center (UL AMCC). It is set to open in fall 2015 adjacent to the university campus.
A University of Louisville College of Business student team marketing a wireless laryngoscope won the top prize Saturday at Global Venture Labs Investment competition in Austin, Texas.
Twisted Pink, a charitable foundation dedicated to funding research to prevent and cure metastatic breast cancer, presented a check for $100,000 to the University of Louisville’s James Graham Brown Cancer Center on May 7.
UofL will cool down the hot summer temps May 29 with a free sing-a-long screening of the Disney film “Frozen.”
The Gray Street Farmers Market returns to downtown Louisville for its seventh season on May 14, offering fresh food, cooking demonstrations and tips for healthy living to those who live and work in Smoketown, Shelby Park, Liberty Green and the UofL Health Sciences Center area.
Spend a few minutes with each of the 2015 Grawemeyer Award winners, who were on campus in April to at accept their awards:
Six faculty members with 40 years of service to UofL were among the 45 people President James Ramsey and Provost Shirley Willihnganz honored at the Faculty Service Awards ceremony May 4, 2015.
UofL is once again partnering with the Lincoln Heritage Council Boy Scouts of America and other local youth organizations for a one-day event to help young students learn skills that prepare them for college and the real world.
For the past seven years, UofL medical students have run in the Kentucky Derby Festival miniMarathon or Marathon in honor of patients with cancer and blood disorders in the university’s pediatric hematology/oncology division. This year’s runners presented their race medals to their young buddies in a special ceremony following the races on April 25 in the lobby of the Kosair Charities Clinical & Translational Research Building.