Twenty-six UofL students on the Health Sciences Campus received certificates for participating in an innovative year-long program to increase their knowledge about LGBT patients and populations.
The University of Louisville is expanding its borders, as the School of Public Health and Information Sciences (SPHIS) prepares to offer the Master of Public Health (MPH) in Lahore, Pakistan, beginning this fall.
More than 2,900 students are expected to graduate from the University of Louisville this semester and 1,750 will take part in commencement May 10 at the KFC Yum! Center.
University of Louisville students and Sodexo, the university’s dining services provider, joined to fight hunger this month, raising a campus record $27,643.12 for Dare to Care Food Bank.
Trifecta Cooking Equipment, a team of University of Louisville graduate entrepreneurship students, won the 2014 Alltech Innovation Competition April 26 in Lexington, claiming a $10,000 prize.
Carolyn Callahan has announced that she will take a leave of absence and step down from her role as dean of the College of Business. She sent the following note to COB faculty and staff:
UofL has selected Southern Illinois University administrator Kimberly Kempf-Leonard as dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. Kempf-Leonard’s appointment was approved April 25 by the UofL Board of Trustees Personnel Committee; she will start Aug. 1 pending approval by the full board in May.
The University of Louisville’s Office of Community Engagement is awarding $20,000 in grants for five projects to improve quality of life in West Louisville.
The University of Louisville 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.
Outstanding University of Louisville students, campus organizations and one employee received recognition Thursday, April 17, for achievement on campus and in the community.
The ultimate book club meeting will occur when readers and writers convene for the 8th Annual Kentucky Women’s Book Festival at the University of Louisville.
UofL faculty and staff who want to hone their leadership skills have an opportunity to do so at the Pathways Women’s Leadership Conference May 16, 8 a.m.– 4:30 p.m., in the Founders Union Building on Shelby Campus.
It looks a bit odd, but it just might revolutionize the way we clean polluted water.
The youth vote director for the Obama for America campaign will be among the speakers at an upcoming University of Louisville conference, offering words of wisdom and encouragement to the next generation of women leaders: college students.
Spend three minutes with each of the 2014 Grawemeyer Award winners, who were on campus last week at accept their awards:
Cardiovascular disease, including heart disease, hypertension and stroke, is the No. 1 killer of women in the United States. Long thought to be a disease primarily affecting men, cardiovascular disease actually kills more women than men on an annual basis.
Some of America’s most popular reality stars will join bright talents from the world of music, television and film at the 2014 Julep Ball.
University of Louisville medical student runners marked the end of the Kentucky Derby Festival Marathon and the university’s sixth Medals4Mettle season by presenting their hard-earned medals to pediatric patient “running buddies.”
While the prospect of Iran or North Korea becoming a nuclear nation causes frightening headlines, the only countries that have built successful nuclear programs are those that have allowed scientists to do their jobs without political pressure, according to the winner of the 2014 Grawemeyer Award in world order.
In 2011, composer Djuro Zivkovic spent four months in a house in the Swedish countryside, writing a commissioned piece in an atmosphere of complete silence.