Due to the threat of heavy rain and thunderstorms, the July 13 Cards Under The Stars movie night has been postponed. The event featuring “The Muppet Movie” will be rescheduled. Watch UofL Today for details on the make-up date.
A simple definition of a team is a group of individuals organized to work together. When teams marshal their individual talents, skills, knowledge and experience, better decisions and outcomes are expected. Today, organizations face enormous challenges — including competition in an ever-changing market — requiring that all available resources be optimized.
Fever and pain are symptoms about which every parent worries. Fever is a parent’s clue to an illness (usually an infection). Often, parents worry that fever, itself, might do harm. They have heard of seizures and of “brain damage” and worry that these problems might have been avoided, if fever had been controlled. This article is too short to explain why those worries are greater than the actual risk. Instead, this was written to tell people that the tools for controlling fever are not as safe as families may believe.
Northbound lanes on I-65 near the Belknap and Health Sciences campuses will be completely shut down this weekend for final paving of the roadway, according to the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet.
Louisville businessman Sam Swope presented President James Ramsey with a check for $1 million in June.
Critics have pointed to fainting risks and subsequent auto accidents as reasons for concern when using drive-thru influenza immunization clinics, according to Ruth Carrico, PhD, RN, FSHEA, CIC, associate professor, division of infectious diseases, University of Louisville School of Medicine.
The University of Louisville Board of Trustees praised President James Ramsey and his staff for their 2011–12 performance and proposed administrative goals for 2012–13 at its annual retreat June 28.
University of Louisville officials and NTS Development Co. today celebrated the official opening of the first office building on Shelby Campus with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
A signature Tax Increment Financing (TIF) project that could produce millions of dollars for the University of Louisville has received final approval from the Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority.
Faculty and staff from across the university are readying their artwork for display at the 2012 Faculty/Staff Open Walls exhibit.
State, local and university officials gathered near Jim Patterson Baseball Stadium June 25 to ceremonially mark the beginning of a new economic and academic development at the University of Louisville.
Although 13 percent of new mothers experience postpartum depression (PPD) in the first year after childbirth, few women recognize the symptoms and seldom discuss their feelings with a health care provider.
The University of Louisville and Enterprise Rent-A-Car will offer an on-campus car-sharing program for faculty, staff and students beginning this fall to help reduce student and employee need for cars.
The University of Louisville School of Dentistry’s commitment to sustainability has earned its renovated facility a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) silver rating from the U.S. Green Building Council, a nonprofit agency based in Washington D.C. that promotes sustainability in building design, construction and operation.
Susan Duncan, associate dean of academic affairs at the University of Louisville’s Brandeis School of Law, will be interim dean of the school effective July 1.
Nature lovers and butterfly fans, unite – the July 7 national butterfly census awaits your help. Children and adults are welcome to join in the butterfly count expedition that day in Oldham County.
A concussion is a brain injury and should be taken seriously. In an effort to promote concussion awareness and protect athletes, a concussion law was passed in Kentucky on April 11.
A group of 80 Jefferson County school students are getting an academic “boost” this summer through a unique partnership between the University of Louisville and an elementary school located in one of the city’s poorest neighborhoods.
The University of Louisville Hite Art Institute has opened two summer exhibits at its Schneider Hall galleries. “Jim Snodgrass: A Creative Life” is a retrospective of the career of locally born painter and sculptor Jim Snodgrass. “Art of the State” is an examination of government-sanctioned artwork.
Competition is fierce anytime a University of Louisville team takes on a University of Kentucky team. In the latest contest, UofL handily defeated UK by more than 13,000 – steps per participant, that is.