The University of Louisville raised nearly $141 million in private funds in fiscal year 2011, a record amount for a single year.
The School of Dentistry will provide free oral cancer screenings during the Kentucky State Fair.
The Ironman Triathlon will take place on Louisville’s streets Aug. 28 and will affect traffic flow and parking on the west side of Belknap Campus, among other areas.
University of Louisville officials were on hand Wednesday as private developers cut the ribbon on the new Cardinal Towne housing and retail complex near Belknap Campus.
Time travel may not be possible – yet – but the University of Louisville Photographic Archives is among the first institutional users of a website that allows people to do a bit of electronic time travel.
One of the first tasks of research is deciding how to collect data. The decision a researcher makes can affect not only the success of the study, but also its cost.
Jewish Hospital HealthCare Services, Catholic Health Initiatives and the University of Louisville announced Aug. 3 the members of their new health system's community board of trustees.
Batman, Superman and a slew of other comic characters will take up residence at the University of Louisville's Ekstrom Library this month.
The Delphi Center at the University of Louisville has expanded its lineup of enrichment courses by partnering with ed2go, an industry leader in online learning for adults.
Heather Hadden, an incoming freshman from Villa Hills, Ky., had never been to downtown Louisville before last week.
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This year's Cards under the Stars summer movie series will conclude with "Toy Story 3" Friday, Aug. 5.
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Student-athlete. The term for someone who both is enrolled in a university and plays sports is simple enough to understand.
When University of Louisville's fall semester starts Aug. 22, eight students will attend classes as part of a unique program that allows them to be both full-time students and soldiers.
University of Louisville head football coach Charlie Strong and his family are donating $150,000 to a UofL scholarship program that helps low-income students in Kentucky earn college degrees.
More than 250 university staff from across the nation gathered at UofL last week for training on student conduct and mediation issues as part of the Association for Student Conduct Administration Gehring Academy.
University of Louisville health officials stated Wednesday that UofL and its medical faculty members will develop a way to ensure a full array of reproductive services are available following the merger of University Hospital, Jewish Hospital & St. Mary’s HealthCare and Saint Joseph Health System.
Eight University of Louisville students and one recent graduate have earned scholarships to conduct research, travel abroad and, in some cases, study foreign languages and cultures that are considered critical to U.S. national security.
Officials broke ground July 20 on the first building to go up at Nucleus Innovation Park Downtown, a nine-acre research park on and around the former Haymarket property.