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Justin Mog, assistant to the provost for sustainability initiatives, has put his money where his mouth is, so to speak.
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University of Louisville fine arts students in Scott Massey's sculpture class recently designed, built and installed a sukkah at the Jewish Community Center on Dutchmans Lane.
It's called "presidential outreach," but the University of Louisville's annual autumn trek into Kentucky to visit high schools might be called the "The Ramsey, Researchers and Recruiters Road Show."
The free Saturday Academy community enrichment program resumes October through May with a lineup that begins by examining marches on Washington, midterm elections, teens and substance abuse, barriers to college student success and climate change as a social justice issue.
Researchers at the Cardiovascular Innovation Institute have received a $2,027,059 grant from the National Institutes of Health to further develop an implantable pump that could dramatically improve the lives of patients with single ventricle heart disease.
The University of Louisville's number 88 car outlasted the competition Sept. 25 in the third annual Midnight Mayhem mini-Baja endurance race.
Want to know how many white squirrels really live on UofL's Belknap Campus?
The face of Belknap Campus is changing for the better.
Donate new or used shoes, and people in other countries who don't have access to clean drinking water will get it.
An authority on domestic violence and sexual abuse will deliver the keynote address for "Take Back the Night," an annual University of Louisville event that raises awareness about violence against women.
From musicians and writers to librarians and educators, many professions benefit from the critical thinking skills that can be honed through study of the arts.
The University of Louisville has shown more progress in its graduation rate, degrees awarded and ACT scores of incoming freshmen than any other public university in Kentucky, according to a report compiled by the Legislative Research Commission for the Council on Postsecondary Education.
Call it adaptive reuse of materials.
Sometimes you have to look for inspiration to make it through tough times.
The College of Education and Human Development now is housed in the Woodford R. and Harriett B. Porter Building - so named Sept. 21 for a well-known and highly respected Louisville couple.
It's dirty, noisy, off-road, Saturday-night racing fun - but there's also a lot of science and hard work at play when University of Louisville students offer their third annual Midnight Mayhem competition for mini-racers Sept. 25.
New York multimedia artist Brian Nissen will talk about the intertwining of storytelling and artwork over time during the University of Louisville's annual Latin American and Latino Studies Heritage Lecture Oct. 6.
The University of Louisville was recognized Sept. 16 for its efforts to involve employees in the community and to support the community in other ways.