United States District Court Judge John G. Heyburn II has been named as this year’s commencement speaker for the Brandeis School of Law, which will take place May 9 at the Brown Theatre downtown.
Fashion and dance from “Across the Seven Seas” will unite and celebrate diversity Friday, Jan. 30.
Winter cold weather may require the use of personal space heaters. The use of space heaters is costly and should be used sparingly. Space heater use needs to be monitored by each user to ensure safety and efficiency. Use of multiple heaters in an area may cause circuit breakers to trip. Please be reminded of the following:
Dominic Foster recently made headlines when he and his partners sold their technology startup, Nicview, to an established public company, Natus Medical Inc. Natus provides medical devices, software and services for the newborn care market.
Masks, beads, feathers, king cake 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. 22.
The UofL Women’s Center and Women4Women Student Board are raising awareness of human trafficking in Kentucky by bringing together service providers and researchers for an informational conference.
The UofL James Graham Brown Cancer Center has been selected as an official charity of choice for the Kentucky Derby Festival’s Marathon and miniMarathon set for Saturday, April 25.
Free, public screenings and discussions of five award-winning movies highlight the 2015 French Film Festival at UofL in February and March.
Roadway construction projects will cause minor rerouting for both cars and pedestrians on the southeast side of Belknap Campus for the next few months.
Julie Kibler, author of the bestselling novel “Calling Me Home,” will deliver the keynote address at the ninth annual Kentucky Women’s Book Festival at UofL.
Kentucky Poet Laureate Frank X Walker is among well-known writers sharing their work and teaching master classes at UofL this spring in a series that concludes with a faculty reading by UofL creative writing professor and author Paul Griner.
More than 150 UofL students used their day off from classes Monday to volunteer at several sites for Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
The School of Music at the University of Louisville recently received the largest planned financial gift in its 82-year history.
The faces and places of the Underground Railroad will share the spotlight at the latest fine arts display at the University of Louisville galleries.
Novelist, journalist and screenwriter Sayed Kashua will talk about his life as a Palestinian-Israeli writer during a University of Louisville event Feb. 12.
UofL students, faculty and staff are being encouraged to "get back to the tap."
UofL’s College of Education and Human Development has received a $1.2 million federal grant to boost the number of teachers certified to teach individuals with disabilities.
Sherry C. Babbage, DMD,was unanimously elected chairperson of the Louisville Metro Board of Health last month.
UofL junior Katie George knows all about winning titles. She has earned local, state, national and international accolades as a top notch Cardinal volleyball player.
Bert Thin Films LLC, a company originating from the University of Louisville’s Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research, has received a $225,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to develop and commercialize a new material to reduce the costs of manufacturing solar cells.