As the days grow longer and warmer, kids will begin to spend more time outdoors – at the ball fields, chasing butterflies, making sandcastles and hanging out by the pool.
University of Louisville officials joined friends and partners from throughout the community Tuesday, May 8, to celebrate five years of teamwork and community improvement through its Signature Partnership initiative.
Some people aspire to make a difference to the world. Some students, like University of Louisville commencement speaker Deep Aggarwal, are already well on their way to doing that.
Eight health sciences students graduating May 12 — four dentists and four physicians — are achieving a milestone that has special meaning because they all came from rural, minority or disadvantaged backgrounds.
Tara Schapmire will receive her PhD at the doctoral hooding ceremony Friday afternoon from the Kent School of Social Work. When she takes the stage Saturday morning to address fellow graduates, she will represent the School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies as its Guy Stevenson Award winner for excellence in scholarship, leadership and other areas within her discipline.
Each semester, University of Louisville colleges and schools select an outstanding student to represent them during commencement.
Some of the nation’s leading classical guitarists will gather at the University of Louisville May 24–28 for the UofL Guitar Festival and Competition.
Van Clouse will be the first to tell you he’s not a traditional faculty member.
Speed School of Engineering students in the Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (RE3) Club are learning practical knowledge, working with their hands and applying their knowledge and skills to real-world problems.
More than 2,734 University of Louisville students are expected to graduate this semester and at least 1,800 of the soon-to-be graduates will take part in commencement ceremonies May 12 at the KFC Yum! Center. There will be two separate ceremonies to allow enough time for each graduate to step onto stage to receive a diploma.
Brian Buford is hiking to the end of the Earth – and he wants faculty and staff to take the journey with him.
The University of Louisville Belknap Campus is assessing damage and cleaning up after a hail storm April 28.
The UofL Alumni Association and the Great Places to Work initiative are teaming up to offer two new events to UofL faculty, staff, alumni and their families this summer.
UofL faculty, staff and students are invited to “Run for the L of It,” a 5K run/walk around Belknap Campus, Saturday, May 26.
Three chunky medals strung on wide orange ribbons hang from a peg in University of Louisville sophomore Erica Shelley’s Fern Creek bedroom, keepsakes of three marathons and reminders of her own longer, harder race.
Karen Miller knows the Kornhauser Health Sciences Library.
“Cards Under the Stars,” UofL’s family movie night series, will return for a third season this year, and you can help determine what films we show.
Thirteen University of Louisville Bachelor of Fine Arts candidates on April 20 invited design professionals from the community to take a look at their portfolios.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor and Nobel Prize winner Richard Schrock will give two talks at the University of Louisville May 3 and 4. Both talks are free and open to the public.
The University of Louisville’s Signature Partnership program, in conjunction with the Lincoln Heritage Council Boy Scouts of America, will host a May 19 “College for a Day” event for middle and high school boys and girls. The daylong program is the first of its kind to be offered at UofL.