Cornhole players will be able to face off in competition Nov. 13 at the University of Louisville and help sick families at the same time.
The lead scientist managing the NASA mission exploring Saturn will talk Nov. 3 at the University of Louisville about how the eight-year project has revealed much about the ringed planet and its moons.
President. Provost, vice president, dean, professor, manager, director. As much as these titles describe and apply to the work that happens at the University of Louisville, they don’t get to the essence of what makes UofL unique — its people.
Citing his “exemplary performance” and his vision in moving the University of Louisville toward national prominence, the UofL Board of Trustees approved an extension of President James Ramsey’s contract until June 30, 2020.
WFPK’s “Live Lunch” program will return to the University of Louisville’s Red Barn Oct. 14 with a performance by The Jayhawks.
Gary Hoyle, professor, University of Louisville School of Public Health and Information Sciences, will build on his research to develop an effective medical treatment to counteract chlorine-induced lung injuries caused by chemical accidents or acts of terrorism.
The University of Louisville Alumni Association will host a free, public block party in downtown Louisville Saturday, Oct. 22, to kick off 2011 Homecoming festivities.
John Boehner, speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives, will discuss jobs, the economy and the institution of the House Oct. 31 at the University of Louisville.
University of Louisville faculty and students will present their best work Oct. 10-14 during the 16th annual Research!Louisville, a celebration of health-related research sponsored by Jewish Hospital & St. Mary’s Foundation, Norton Healthcare, UofL Health Care and the University of Louisville.
Human trafficking isn't only an international problem.
The Yearlings Club-University of Louisville discussion series this fall will focus on cultivating family interests in math and science, involving young artists in positive community-building and entertaining with jazz music during the holiday season.
President. Provost, vice president, dean, professor, manager, director.
Kentucky First Lady Jane Beshear was at the James Graham Brown Cancer Center Oct. 5 to present a proclamation from Gov. Steve Beshear declaring October as Breast Cancer Awareness Month in Kentucky.
Traffic on Third Street will be slowed next week as construction crews begin repairs on the road in front of The Oval.
The sidewalk east of Third Street and south of the College of Business shuttle stop will be closed Monday, Oct. 10, through Monday, Oct. 17, for construction of a new entrance to the Speed Museum parking garage.
The University of Louisville’s Louis D. Brandeis School of Law will tackle a timely topic in an Oct. 22 symposium titled “Federal Budget and Deficit Reduction.”
She hikes, practices yoga, helps Habitat for Humanity-Metro Louisville build houses, drives cross county and travels to foreign lands.
Johannes Brahms will help raise money for piano and string student scholarships at the University of Louisville as piano professor Dror Biran presents a series of concerts featuring the composer’s works.
Wes Moore, author of this year’s University of Louisville Book-in-Common, “The Other Wes Moore,” will speak on campus at a free, ticketed talk Oct. 18.
Every Tuesday and Thursday Marilyn Barraclough drives her daughter Kirsten to the University of Louisville’s Belknap Campus from their home in LaGrange.