Nearly 30 percent of the companies contracted to build the first building on the old Haymarket site in downtown Louisville are owned by a woman or a minority.
Effective leaders willingly admit when they need help, and when they face a problem that is beyond their own considerable ability, they are able to go outside their own resources to enlist proper assistance.
A March 23-24 women's conference—the Saturday Academy Sistah Summit—will feature talks and activities about issues affecting the well-being of black women.
The Doctor of Audiology Program at the University of Louisville School of Medicine has applied for reaccreditation from the Council on Academic Accreditation (CAA)/American Speech-Language Hearing Association.
The University of Louisville Department of Theatre Arts will stage the drama/comedy “Atomic Bombers” Feb. 29-March 4 at the Thrust Theatre, 2314 S. Floyd St.
Legendary bassist Eddie Gomez and master saxophonist Lou Donaldson will be featured performers at UofL’s Jazz Fest 2012, Feb. 23-25.
Author and radio host Michael Eric Dyson will deliver the keynote address for the University of Louisville’s annual Dr. Joseph H. McMillan National Conference on the Black Family in America, March 9-11.
Officer Jordan Brown is bad news for drunk drivers. That’s good news for students and employees on the University of Louisville’s Belknap Campus.
The 2012 African American Music Heritage Institute at the University of Louisville will bring New York City’s Harlem Renaissance to Louisville Feb. 20 with a morning program for area students and an evening public performance.
The University of Louisville announced today that it will receive a tuberculosis (TB) biomarkers grant through the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation’s Grand Challenges in Global Health program, an initiative which seeks to overcome persistent bottlenecks in creating new tools that can radically improve health in the developing world.
Masks, beads, feathers, king cake, magic, music and a classic Disney movie all are on the menu for a UofL Mardi Gras party at the Gheens Science Hall and Rauch Planetarium Sunday, Feb. 19.
It’s Alive! But is it human?
Your heart is an amazing piece of machinery that pumps about 2,000 gallons of blood as it contracts and expands about 100,000 times per day.
The Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture Since 1900 will celebrate its 40th anniversary Feb. 23-25 as about 600 scholars gather at the University of Louisville.
About 160 University of Louisville students will march barefoot in the Kentucky State Capitol as part of the Rally for Higher Education Feb. 7.
More than 200 children from area schools came to the University of Louisville School of Dentistry Feb. 3 to receive free dental treatment. Treatment is the second part of the annual Smile Kentucky! community service program. The first part is free dental education and screenings.
A publishing house director and poet, a computer scientist and philosopher turned author and an award-winning novelist, storyteller and memoirist will read from their works, teach master classes and discuss their writing process during visits to the University of Louisville this spring for its Axton Reading Series.
Representatives from higher education will gather in Louisville Feb. 20-21 at the fourth annual Veteran Symposium for Higher Education to look at how universities can become more veteran-friendly.
The University of Louisville PEACC program will present a benefit production of “The Vagina Monologues,” an award-winning play by Eve Ensler about women’s experiences, Feb. 9-11.
Depression and bipolar disorder don’t carry quite the social stigma they once did, but they’re still widely misunderstood.