This year’s Faculty Gala concert at the University of Louisville promises to offer everything from the recreation of 16th-century music to the world premiere of a piece for cello and bass.
Research by University of Louisville students and their professor may help improve peace efforts in Northern Ireland.
The Saturday Academy, a University of Louisville-sponsored community outreach program, will present two special sessions in August and September that focus on black educational attainment and achievement in Louisville.
University of Louisville professors' field research can take them all over the globe, and some will serve up their observations during the fall Meet the Professors luncheon lecture series.
The University of Louisville's fall Axton Reading Series will feature the return of one of its Axton fellows and a trio of award-winning Chicago-based writers to discuss their work and lead master classes.
Zerlina Bartholomew couldn't quite contain her excitement and nervousness – although she tried.
Nucleus, an economic development initiative of the University of Louisville Foundation, celebrated new tenants, a major expansion by an existing tenant and having a nearly full house at an event Aug. 16.
UofL Health Care will provide screenings, information, exhibits and a special hands-on experience Aug. 18-28 at the Kentucky State Fair.
The Hite Galleries are opening a new exhibit this month.
Geneva Matlock , a retired anesthesiologist and University of Louisville School of Medicine graduate, has given $4 million to her alma mater to fund research in macular degeneration – a condition that she has and which she believes took her mother’s eyesight.
The University of Louisville's Department of Theatre Arts is inviting the public to audition for its fall plays.
The University of Louisville raised nearly $141 million in private funds in fiscal year 2011, a record amount for a single year.
The School of Dentistry will provide free oral cancer screenings during the Kentucky State Fair.
The Ironman Triathlon will take place on Louisville’s streets Aug. 28 and will affect traffic flow and parking on the west side of Belknap Campus, among other areas.
University of Louisville officials were on hand Wednesday as private developers cut the ribbon on the new Cardinal Towne housing and retail complex near Belknap Campus.
Time travel may not be possible – yet – but the University of Louisville Photographic Archives is among the first institutional users of a website that allows people to do a bit of electronic time travel.
One of the first tasks of research is deciding how to collect data. The decision a researcher makes can affect not only the success of the study, but also its cost.
Jewish Hospital HealthCare Services, Catholic Health Initiatives and the University of Louisville announced Aug. 3 the members of their new health system's community board of trustees.
Batman, Superman and a slew of other comic characters will take up residence at the University of Louisville's Ekstrom Library this month.
The Delphi Center at the University of Louisville has expanded its lineup of enrichment courses by partnering with ed2go, an industry leader in online learning for adults.