Susan Lewellyn, an incoming freshman from Carrollton, had one goal when she decided to attend the Friend of Louniversity summer camp last week.
The University of Louisville Board of Trustees met July 8-9 at Fort Knox for a two-day retreat that included a review of university goals and President James Ramsey's performance.
A quick fix for the BP oil spill isn’t likely, but scientists may be able to team up with nature to move the cleanup along, says a University of Louisville biologist.
When Cheri Hildreth began work as UofL’s first environmental coordinator in 1984, she had no phone and her desk was in a hallway. Today, she heads its Department of Environmental Health and Safety, overseeing a $1.7 million budget and supervising a staff of 22.
Four University of Louisville friends have found their perfect summer job. It allows travel, hanging out on the beach and a chance to meet people from around the world.
The University of Louisville is playing host to university faculty and scholars from 18 countries who are attending a U.S. Department of State-sponsored institute on contemporary American literature.
(Editor's Note: Green Scene is a monthly column on sustainable activities at UofL written by the faculty, staff and students responsible for them.)
Three University of Louisville students were at the ROTC Leader's Training Course (LTC) in Fort Knox in June to gain leadership skills that will allow them to join the university's ROTC program as sophomores.
What's a six letter word that spells pediatric education?
The United States Congress has a history of giving up power, then taking it back, according to Jasmine Farrier, an associate professor of political science at the University of Louisville.
Things are looking "Up" for the Cards under the Stars movie series at the University of Louisville.
When University of Louisville School of Public Health and Information Sciences (SPHIS) professor Robert Jacobs goes to China this fall to teach, one of his primary goals will be to make connections.
The University of Louisville's effort to eliminate smoking on its Belknap Campus by Nov. 18, 2010, will continue this summer with changes to campus smoking areas.
Ten University of Louisville students and recent graduates have learned they have received prestigious competitive scholarships to study abroad.
About 175 faculty, students and staff from the dental and medical schools at the University of Louisville volunteered their weekend June 19-20 to provide free health care to nearly 1,000 people in and around Pikeville, Ky.
TARC will resume its pre-Eastern Parkway closure route June 24.
Eastern Parkway has reopened to traffic after 10 months of work to repair the bridge and install traffic calming measures around the Speed School of Engineering.
Living Learning Communities at the University of Louisville are a new concept aimed at helping students succeed.
The second Cards under the Stars summer family movie night will be Friday, July 16, and UofL wants you to help pick the film.
The University of Louisville and the Louisville Metro Air Pollution Control District (LMAPCD) have agreed on a plan that will phase out coal use by the Belknap Campus steam plant and make natural gas the primary fuel.