Fine arts students and faculty recently paid tribute during the Hite Art Institute’s 75th anniversary to a benefactor and artist who began his UofL studies the year the department was founded.
Non-violent resistance brings about political change much more effectively than the use of violence, say two scholars who have won the 2013 University of Louisville Grawemeyer Award for Ideas Improving World Order.
The University of Louisville will be able to help prepare more than 160 high school students for college after receiving federal funding to support its Upward Bound program for another five years.
“Up-close,” a piece by Dutch composer Michel van der Aa that blends concerto with film, has won the 2013 University of Louisville Grawemeyer Award for Music Composition.
An international team of researchers, including University of Louisville professor Guillermo Rougier, has solved a puzzle that scientists have debated for 121 years. They have answered the question, “What was Necrolestes patagonensis?”
The James Graham Brown Cancer Center at UofL has added the soothing sound of music to its arsenal of cancer-fighting therapies.
Historic Louisville — its workers, buildings, entertainment venues, social gatherings and major events — virtually comes alive in two new University of Louisville Libraries digital collections.
UofL ceramic arts students and faculty members will sell their creations Nov. 30–Dec. 1 — just in time for holiday giving or for a special self-treat.
The University of Louisville will present a new $50,000 award — the Leigh Ann Conn Prize for Renewable Energy — to recognize outstanding energy ideas or achievements that have shown or likely will have global impact.
Did you know that about 27 million Americans live with diabetes? It can be caused by too little insulin, resistance to insulin or both. (Insulin is a hormone the pancreas produces to control blood sugar.)
The University Medical Center (UMC) and the University of Louisville announced today that they have entered a partnership that brings together University Hospital and the James Graham Brown Cancer Center with KentuckyOne Health.
Longtime University of Louisville faculty member Beth Boehm is the new dean of the School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies (SIGS). The board of trustees approved her appointment Nov. 8.
The WHAS Crusade for Children will achieve a milestone next June 1 and 2 — 60 years of making life better for children with special needs. With the tradition and goodness of past years, thousands of people will come together to celebrate. For this milestone, the Crusade for Children has set a goal to raise $6 million.
A community effort to provide LGBT students at the University of Louisville with a welcoming place to celebrate Thanksgiving has evolved into an event that will help them year-round.
The College of Business honored six of its most successful graduates with induction into its new Entrepreneurship Circle of Fame Nov. 1.
Kentucky First Lady Jane Beshear and the Kentucky Cancer Program at UofL’s James Graham Brown Cancer Center will host the Fifth Annual Horses and Hope Race Day Sunday, Nov. 18, at Churchill Downs.
Want to save money on a UofL parking permit? CARpool. Need a ride home for the holidays? There’s a new program for that, too.
Two University of Louisville panel discussions will scrutinize the presidential election’s political campaigns and results.
Health care is changing, and how the University of Louisville prepares students to deliver high-quality care is adjusting to those changes.
The University of Louisville Athletic Association approved a contract extension for men’s basketball coach Rick Pitino at its Oct. 30 meeting.