A new policy to protect sensitive information on University of Louisville computers and information storage devices took effect March 1.
The March 3 talk by Drucilla K. Barker on "African Women Writing Resistance" has been postponed to March 10.
(Editor's Note: Green Scene is a monthly column on sustainable activities at UofL written by the faculty, staff and students responsible for them.)
For students at the University of Louisville's J.B. Speed School of Engineering, the required one-year co-op each must complete before they graduate not only offers invaluable engineering practice but also a heavy dose of business sense.
When the sky is blue and cloudless, Pete Womack is a medical technologist in a Department of Pathology research lab.
Kentucky lawmakers on Feb. 25 honored the University of Louisville's James Graham Brown Cancer Center as the first and only center in Kentucky to be granted a full three-year accreditation by the National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers.
The University of Louisville has received kudos for its community service programs and was the only school in Kentucky to earn the "with distinction" designation as part of its membership on the 2009 President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.
The University of Louisville's Kentucky Cancer Program encourages the campus community to wear the color blue on Friday, March 5, as part of the second annual national campaign to promote colon cancer awareness.
Louisville and the Partnership for a Green City played host to Wolfgang Reichel, deputy mayor of Mainz, Germany, Feb. 24, to introduce him to the unique "green" initiatives in the city.
Information Technology has received a number of reports regarding computer viruses sent by email to university account holders.
Dozens of students - including a contingent from UofL - turned out for the Rally for Higher Education Tuesday in Frankfort.
About 100 people from the around the country gathered at the Seelbach Hotel in downtown Louisville Monday and Tuesday to share ideas about how to better serve veteran students on college campuses.
Eight University of Louisville faculty and staff members were selected recently by community members as "connectors" – meaning they have the means and ability to bring people together to improve Louisville and southern Indiana.