Going to the 2014 Kentucky State Fair? Make sure you take some time to visit the indoor exhibits.
More than a dozen University of Louisville School of Nursing master’s degree students will receive substantial assistance to pay for their education. The Health Resources and Services Administration has awarded the school a two-year $670,000 Advanced Nurse Education Traineeship Grant to help 15 current and new family nurse practitioner (FNP) and adult-gerontology nurse practitioner (AGNP) students pay for tuition, books, program fees and living expenses. The first cohort of trainees begins in August 2014.
Students in the University of Louisville’s Latin American and Latino Studies program are getting real-world experience working with the Latino community by tutoring and mentoring children and adults from local Latino families.
The University of Louisville’s McConnell Center will offer four, free public talks this fall in a series called “Debating America.”
The University of Louisville’s College of Arts and Sciences will launch public game-day educational programs featuring the academic expertise of its own “A&S All Stars.”
The University of Louisville Foundation has bought a bar.
Four vice presidents. Two doctors. Seven women and 13 men. Average work experience of 18 years and an average age of 42.
University of Louisville theater professor and administrator Nefertiti Burton will travel to France and Germany this fall through a Fulbright award to improve services for prospective study-abroad and international students.
As Kentucky Shakespeare experienced its most successful season yet, several University of Louisville students, faculty, staff and alumni were among the cast and crew celebrating.
Motivational interviewing (MI), a counseling approach that uses a person’s own internal drive to initiate change, can increase the likelihood that a patient will change smoking behaviors, according to a University of Louisville study published in the Southern Medical Journal. The study tested the effects of different approaches to smoking cessation counseling offered in primary care clinics.
Researchers from the University of Louisville will lead an international effort to utilize tobacco plants to develop a gel containing a specific protein that will prevent the transmission of HIV. The project is being funded by a five-year, $14.7 million grant from the National Institutes of Health.
Eleven oral interviews on fair housing in Louisville are the latest addition to Digital Collections at University of Louisville Libraries.
A University of Louisville forum focusing on sports industry ethics will launch Aug. 27 with Louisville native Phil Simms, sports analyst for CBS and former New York Giants quarterback.
In an effort to recognize the life-changing work of nurses in the community, the University of Louisville School of Nursing is honoring those who have lit up the world of others in a time of need - following in the foot-steps of modern nursing founder, Florence Nightingale.
A NASA grant is allowing the University of Louisville and two other state schools to do research aboard the International Space Station that could result in advances in solar energy, advanced manufacturing and other fields.
More than a dozen silent auction items valued at $50 to $500 from The Outlet Shoppes of the Bluegrass will be available for bidding online beginning July 25 at 5 p.m. at www.shoppingforacure.org. Bidding online continues until 8:30 p.m. July 30, during the Opening Night VIP Preview Shopping Event.
The newly installed president of the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies will present the 2014 Leonard Leight Lecture at the University of Louisville.
The FirstBuild micro-factory, a collaborative project among GE Appliances, the University of Louisville and Local Motors, a Phoenix-based open-source hardware innovator, opened July 24 on the Belknap Campus.
The demolition of 22 silos at the former Solae property on Floyd Street began July 31.