Don’t be surprised if you run into someone around town wearing a lapel pin that says, “Racial Healing Ambassador.” The pin bearer is one of 25 graduates of the Healing History Academy, a project of the University of Louisville’s Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research (ABI) in partnership with the Louisville Metro Department of Health & Wellness Center for Health Equity.
WFPK’s “Live Lunch” program will return to the Red Barn Sept. 7.
UofL brought home two trophies Saturday. One was the annual American Heart Association UofL vs. UK moving challenge trophy.
University of Louisville engineering students now have access and can benefit from the same technology that many global industries use to develop their products, thanks to an in-kind grant from Siemens PLM Software.
A Louisville school and a program for families struggling with poverty and homelessness are benefiting from the efforts of new University of Louisville students.
As Hurricane Isaac makes it way inland, weather forecasters are predicting the possibility of significant rainfall for the Louisville area.
The University of Louisville Board of Trustees held a special meeting Aug. 30 to hear an update on the university’s search for a business partner for UofL and University Medical Center (UMC).
Congratulations to Sharon Carpenter in the Department of Pharmacology, who has won two tickets to this Sunday’s UofL/UK football game by having the highest team financial commitment in support of the 2012 Heart Walk as of Aug. 17. To date, Sharon’s team has raised $1,249.00!
President James Ramsey and other UofL officials will celebrate State of the University Week with a thank-you picnic for faculty, staff and their families Sunday, Sept. 9, at ShelbyHurst Campus.
UofL students, staff and faculty who ride TARC buses on Fourth Street will notice improved service.
It looks familiar, and yet, not so much. The Playhouse has been through many changes in its 100-plus-year history. Here it sits near the current site of Ekstrom Library on UofL's Belknap Campus.
A University of Louisville luncheon lecture series this fall will serve up a wide range of food for thought — from medical detective work to Burmese reforms, from Shaker health practices to Peruvian food crops.
The School of Music almost has attained a standard of excellence it has sought since 2003.
A lineup of 18 new enrichment classes that cover topics such as using Facebook, choosing wines and communicating with the dead will begin soon at the University of Louisville.
During the summer months, young athletes become more active outside and competitive seasons begin. With rising temperature and humidity, dehydration concerns increase as well.
A renowned professor of medicine, Bella DePaulo, author and visiting professor of psychology at the University of California in Santa Barbara, claims that lifestyle changes are better than drugs or therapy for treatment of multiple psychopathologies, for fostering social and individual well-being and for improving cognitive functioning.
This winter, while her husband is serving his country overseas, Ali Larson will be facing some challenges of her own.
“So how’s the air?” Provost Shirley Willihnganz asked the freshmen and a few parents that had packed Comstock Concert Hall Friday afternoon.
Public visitation for Owsley Brown Frazier, former University of Louisville board chair, longtime supporter of the university and prominent civic leader, will be Tuesday at the Brown and Williamson Club at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium.
The University of Louisville and GE Appliances announced Aug. 17 a partnership to provide onsite graduate-level engineering classes at Louisville’s Appliance Park and to work together on research and development.