Kentucky has improved faster than any state in the country in the percent of working-age adults with college degrees, six-year graduation rates at four-year colleges and universities and the number of undergraduate credentials awarded relative to the population with no college degree, according to recently released report by the The National Center for Higher Education Management Systems of Boulder, Colo.
The University of Louisville and Fort Knox have signed a memorandum of understanding to strengthen the relationship between the two.
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Candidates for Kentucky governor will speak at a Sept. 11 public event organized by the Yearlings Club-University of Louisville discussion series.
Get ready. Get set. Donate – your old books, CDs, video tapes, cassette tapes, vinyl records, books on tape, video/computer games, DVDs or any other media you just don’t want any longer.
A University of Louisville surgery professor this summer gained experience treating wounded American soldiers that she will use in her work with veterans in Louisville.
University of Louisville students groups take to the Comstock Concert Hall stage Sept. 11 for a special concert to honor the memory of victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks and to honor an alumna for her contribution to music education.
People who want information on Alzheimer’s disease can learn about risk factors, why certain populations are at greater risk for developing it and current caregiving practices at a conference Sept. 17.
If a person truly enjoys what she does – people take notice.
Did you have a cup of coffee today? Does the farmer who grew the beans make a living wage – enough to feed and educate his children?
In 1911, William O. Roberts, MD, had a radical idea.
Officials with the University of Louisville and Baptist Hospital East today announced an agreement to expand area access to UofL obstetricians and gynecologists, reestablishing the group’s community presence to enhance both patient care and advance the learning opportunities for our future physicians.
Work by scientists at the University of Louisville and the University of Kentucky is advancing the search for inexpensive clean energy.
The Chronicle of Higher Education recently put out its almanac edition.
President James Ramsey, Provost Shirley Willihnganz and other UofL officials will kick off State of the University week with a thank-you picnic for faculty, staff and their families Sunday, Sept. 11, at ShelbyHurst Campus.
University Hospital will continue its mission of serving indigent patients and Louisville residents will see no change in the level of care they receive from the hospital once that facility merges with two other hospital entities, according to UofL President James Ramsey and University Hospital CEO Jim Taylor.
Information Technology recently completed a pilot migration of its entire staff from GroupWise e-mail to Exchange (Outlook) in preparation for the fall migration of all University of Louisville faculty and staff.
Atticus Gurley, a University of Louisville freshman from Taylor Mill, Ky., had never been on an airplane.
Francis Collins, director of the National Institutes of Health, talked to local media Aug. 25 about the importance of NIH funding to the University of Louisville and other institutions before leading a public forum on the future direction of biomedical research.
Private developers CITY Properties Group and AU Associates cut the ribbon Aug. 25 on a new block of apartments near the Health Sciences Center that will be home to University of Louisville students.