Argentine author Ana Maria Shua will talk about the recent cultural renaissance in her homeland during a free, public lecture Oct. 14 at the University of Louisville.
UofL has hired Harlan Sands, JD, as senior vice president for finance and administration and chief operating officer, effective Jan. 1, 2015.
A University of Louisville luncheon discussion Oct. 16 will focus on the importance of diversity in education and community, including solutions to racial divide. Reservations are due Oct. 8.
Alice Houston will talk about leadership Nov. 13 at the Women’s Empowerment Luncheon for the University of Louisville Women’s Center.
University of Louisville President James Ramsey has won a national award for his dedication to improving health and corporate performance.
A group of journalists and bloggers from technology and development publications across the country toured the University of Louisville Foundation’s J.D. Nichols Campus for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Sept. 29 and learned about some of the emerging companies housed there.
A University of Louisville program to help Jefferson County Public Schools students cope with emotional and social pressures opened Sept. 30 at The Academy @ Shawnee.
A new system is making life easier for faculty, staff and students who need to reserve meeting spaces throughout UofL’s HSC and Belknap campuses.
A novelist and a scientist will combine their expertise for “Storytelling, Cancer and Compassion: A Duet Talk and Conversation” at the University of Louisville Oct. 9.
The societal phenomenon known as the Baby Boom has impacted every aspect of life since it first burst on the scene following World War II. As these people reach what had been called their senior years, their effect on aging and expectations of older citizens is no less dramatic.
Caregivers for relatives or others often work behind the scenes and neglect their own well-being while shouldering stressful responsibilities. A University of Louisville event during National Family Caregivers Month is intended to thank them.
More than 1,100 University of Louisville students, faculty, staff and friends turned out during the third week of September to register as bone marrow donors, and both participants and non-participants in the drive can continue to support the effort.
Laine Lopez, a program coordinator for the University of Louisville’s Cultural Center, was named this year’s LGBT Center Ally Award winner at the Pride Keynote address September 22.
The numbers tell the story: 25, 45, 56, 188.
The Ville Grill at 3rd and Brandeis is a sustainable food option that is also one of the healthier and more affordable eateroes in the area--it’s open to everyone. Payment is in cash or meal plan for an all-you-can-eat meal.
The University of Louisville holds the trophy as the reigning champion of the Moving for Healthy Hearts Challenge. Help us keep it here by signing up for the 2014 American Heart Association University Moving for Healthy Hearts Challenge, a friendly competition between UofL and the University of Kentucky that measures physical activity.
The University of Louisville and NTS Realty Holdings, through their joint venture Campus Two, have signed Steptoe & Johnson PLLC as a tenant at 700 North Hurstbourne in the ShelbyHurst Office and Research Park.
Could President Lyndon Johnson’s 1964 launch of the “War on Poverty” have been more successful if it had included land use and environmental policies?
William Tse, MD, associate professor of medicine and eminent scholar in hematologic malignancies research at the Mary Babb Randolph Cancer Center at West Virginia University, has been named the new director of Bone Marrow Transplantation at the University of Louisville James Graham Brown Cancer Center, a part of KentuckyOne Health. Tse will join UofL Nov. 1.