Website administrators and content managers at the University of Louisville will be able to work faster when Information Technology introduces an upgrade to Plone, the content management system (CMS) that departments use to build and maintain their university websites. Plone 4 is expected to be much faster than its predecessor.
Food trucks converge for Derby, city chefs garner national awards, the National Slow Food Congress convenes in Louisville – all these events highlight Louisville’s emergence as a great food city, one where people increasingly appreciate and savor the bounty of local fields, pastures and gardens. Kentucky, thanks to the legacy of tobacco, has upwards of 85,000 farms, which places the state fifth nationally.
The interiors of 22 University of Louisville buildings were touched by the heavy rains in the Louisville area Tuesday, May 29, according to UofL Vice President for Business Affairs Larry Owsley.
It’s almost like groundhog day. A torrential downpour May 29 required the University of Louisville to cancel morning and afternoon classes on its Belknap Campus.
A portable planetarium that can be set up in 45 minutes and accommodate 20 adults or 30 children will soon begin road shows to area schools and community events.
The Saturday Academy, a University of Louisville-sponsored community outreach program, will offer a special program May 26 that includes an open forum on “Poverty, Violence and Justice in West Louisville.”
The University of Louisville has received $6.3 million from the Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust to support research in the Department of Neurological Surgery and the Kentucky Spinal Cord Injury Research Center at UofL developing the next generation of technology to help paralyzed people regain movement in their limbs and enhance their quality of life.
Two University of Louisville programs and the CEO of a UofL-related organization won three of the eight MediStar Awards, recognizing excellence in health care.
Construction will begin June 15 on expansion of the Jim Patterson Stadium at Third Street and Central Avenue, and community and university fans have a chance to be part of it.
Good control of blood pressure is a topic of interest for preventing kidney disease and heart disease. But did you know that controlling your blood pressure can help decrease your risk of a stroke in later years, as well as late-life dementia such as Alzheimer’s disease?
UofL students, faculty and staff have spoken, and the Transit Authority of River City (TARC) listened.
The University of Louisville Cardinal Singers, recently ranked number one in the world, will pack their bags again this month to perform at the first U.S./Cuba Summit on Choral Music in Havana, Cuba.
To address the mounting need for specialty services for patients over age 65, the University of Louisville Physicians-Geriatric Practice recently celebrated the opening of a new clinical office in the UofL Health Care Outpatient Center (HCOC), 401 E. Chestnut St.
The difference between caring for Hispanic and non-Hispanic patients is as simple as a cup of tea, but missing the difference could be fatal if the patient is a colicky infant and the tea, herbal.
University of Louisville faculty members have received a variety of Fulbright grants that have them traveling this year and in 2013.
It isn’t often that university professors get to teach millions of people at once, but that’s what happened last semester for two University of Louisville professors.
Ten University of Louisville graduate students developed a plan to enlarge Louisville Metro’s urban tree canopy that not only has received a state award but also has contributed to the city’s efforts to plant and better care for trees.
The following is a transcript of President James Ramsey's remarks for both commencement ceremonies.
The world has changed in the few short years that the class of 2012 has been at the University of Louisville, but “you are ready to face this changing world,” President James Ramsey told some 2,000 students who participated in commencement ceremonies May 12 at the KFC Yum! Center.
The University of Louisville Board of Trustees approved a $482.6 million general fund budget for 2012-13, up about 2.5 percent from 2011-12, at its May 10 meeting. It reflects a cut in state funding and anticipated increased fixed operating costs.