The University of Louisville honored faculty, staff, students and a community partner Oct. 11 for playing significant roles in bringing university resources to the community during the fourth annual Community Engagement Awards.
More than 120 people showed up at the Kornhauser Auditorium to talk to UofL officials at the second President’s Town Hall forum Friday, Oct. 12.
People can get a taste of the variety of foods grown in the Louisville area at a four-course meal Oct. 19 at The Ville Grill.
UofL Student Activities Board is hosting a number of events to help students, employees and the general public gets excited for Homecoming.
The University of Louisville Board of Trustees has authorized the institution’s executive vice president of health affairs to complete negotiations and finalize an agreement with a new partner for University Medical Center (UMC) and the University of Louisville.
Students, faculty and staff arriving on or leaving the west side of Belknap campus between 10:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. should allow extra time each Monday and Thursday through Nov. 15.
American-born Tel Aviv politician and professor Noah Efron will discuss Israeli social justice issues and changing views on nature during two free, public talks Oct. 18 at the University of Louisville.
Housing and Residence Life is closing Miller Hall and moving 270 residents because of elevated levels of mold spores in the building.
Nucleus, the UofL Foundation’s economic development arm, has transformed a vacant building into an inexpensive space for entrepreneurs and startup companies to set up shop and share ideas with their peers.
California biologist Robert Dudley will discuss evidence that human alcohol use and abuse can be traced back to fruit-eating primate ancestors during a University of Louisville talk Oct. 11.
Downtown Louisville will be bathed in red Oct. 13 as UofL fans gather at the KFC Yum! Center Plaza to kick off homecoming activities.
Letters, programs and other materials from the 30-year history of Louisville’s Corn Island Storytelling Festival are on display in Ekstrom Library. The exhibit is in the west wing glass cases across from the circulation desk.
Author Edgar Rice Burroughs created the loincloth-clad character Tarzan in 1912, and 100 years later the jungle dweller is a cultural icon with his signature yodel and sparse attire.
Faculty and guest artists are teaming to present a concert series featuring music by some of the world’s best composers to raise money for piano and string scholarships.
Green means healthy. Red means problematic. Understanding health risks is as simple as that in a health management program that the University of Louisville’s information technology office and health informatics group developed.
“I do want to set the record straight. I’m not dead. This is not a memorial, and this is not a retirement gift. I’m not retiring, nor am I retired,” Jane Goldstein, assistant dean of the College of Business, assured the 150 or so people who came out Oct. 1 to help dedicate the Jane Goldstein Plaza.
Award-winning author and African American studies scholar Robin D.G. Kelley will talk about “Neoliberalism and the War on Our Youth” during the sixth annual Anne Braden Memorial Lecture Nov. 8.
The checkered flag drops at midnight Oct. 6. But until then there will be hours of noisy, dirty, off-road racing fun under the lights during the Midnight Mayhem competition that University of Louisville students organize for Baja SAE racers.
The University of Louisville Hite Art Institute is celebrating the 75th anniversary of the Department of Fine Arts through October and November with several exhibitions and events.
University of Louisville researcher George Pantalos is working with colleagues from Carnegie Mellon University on a potentially lifesaving technology for astronauts traveling to Mars or others who are on extended space missions.