Associate Vice President for Health Affairs David Wiegman and LGBT Alumni Network member Greg Bourke were honored for their service to the LGBT community during the Pride Week keynote event Oct. 3.
Faculty in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields expect each spring to receive a request from chemistry professor emeritus Tom Crawford to help out at the Louisville Regional Science Fair.
Dental students and faculty gathered in late August for an important discussion—not about new dental procedures or techniques, but rather about beliefs.
October is Down syndrome awareness month. Down syndrome, also known as Trisomy 21, is the most common congenital disease affecting growth.
The partners of Research!Louisville recently recognized the winners of a three-day research competition that is a part of Research!Louisville.
The Geriatrics division of the University of Louisville’s Department of Family and Geriatric Medicine honored four Louisvillians age 85 and older for leading lives that are active, engaged and involved.
Author Sena Jeter Naslund will read from her latest novel, “The Fountain of St. James Court, or Portrait of the Artist as an Old Woman,” at 3 p.m., Sunday, Oct. 20, in Chao Auditorium, Ekstrom Library.
The University of Louisville’s College of Business has moved up in The Princeton Review’s ranking of U.S. schools with the best graduate programs in entrepreneurship.
The University of Louisville has received a total of $14.4 million and a UofL researcher will oversee another $8.9 million to help shape the manufacture, distribution and marketing of tobacco products as they are regulated by the FDA under the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act. The combined amount is $23.3 million.
On Thursday, Oct. 3, Hite Art Institute visiting scholar Elín Luque Agraz will open “La otra historia, exvotos mexicanos,” an exhibit of pictorial votive offerings dating from the 17th-century to the present day that provide a popular record of the Independence wars and the Mexican Revolution.
UofL graduates and faculty are making a difference in Louisville.
The University of Louisville is taking part in the 2013 Louisville Photo Biennial, the city’s premier photographic festival, with three exhibits, a symposium and an artist talk.
Ruth Brinkley, president and CEO of KentuckyOne Health, will talk about leadership Nov. 14 at the Women’s Empowerment Luncheon for the University of Louisville Women’s Center.
Imagine Snow White as lead singer for a heavy metal band called Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
Naked roommates, stress and making friends are just some of the topics related to college life that New York Times bestselling author Harlan Cohen, author of “The Naked Roommate,” will discuss Sept. 30 at the University of Louisville.
HIV criminalization refers to criminal statutes that apply only to people with HIV, and the sometimes heightened sentences people with the disease face in court. This is a topic of concern among public health organizations and HIV policy leaders.
Kentucky African Americans Against Cancer (KAAAC), National Physician and Family Referral Project (NPFRP) and the Kentucky Cancer Program at the University of Louisville are “Joining Hands to Fight Cancer”—and they invite the community to join them.
The African American Theatre Program (AATP) at the University of Louisville will begin its 2013 ‒ 2014 season with an exhibit and reception to celebrate its 20th year.
Are you a recycler, bike commuter, local foodie or social justice advocate? If so—or even if you don’t fit into one of those categories—UofL is offering you free training on how to advance sustainable practices on campus.
When faculty excel in all they do, the university benefits. That was the message President James Ramsey delivered to honorees at the 2013 Celebration of Faculty Excellence Sept. 10 during State of the University Week.