The University of Louisville’s first organic garden is growing in more ways than one.
The University of Louisville Cardinal Singers choral group continues to dominate world competition and received top honors this month at three events in Germany:
University of Louisville Hospital surgeons are investigating a new technique to use a patient’s own stem cells to treat a vascular disease that leads to 175,000 amputations each year.
University of Louisville students have a newly dedicated place to contemplate such weighty matters as truth and justice.
The University of Louisville’s Hite Art Institute will open three exhibits at its Schneider Hall galleries June 27.
Photographic Archives will celebrate the new history “Two Centuries of Black Louisville: A Photographic History,” a book by local authors, with a special exhibit of some of the nearly 100 images it contributed to the work.
The University of Louisville welcomed the latest class of Brown Fellows June 17 and 18.
Mary Lu Schooler can tell you exactly when she decided to stop driving her car to and from her job at the University of Louisville and start riding the bus instead.
Phase 3 of the Oval renovation project will begin Monday, June 20. The Oval will be closed in front of the School of Law for milling.
MaAdwoa Asamoah grew up in Ghana and still visits regularly for holidays.
University of Louisville Hospital/James Graham Brown Cancer Center are joining Louisville-based Jewish Hospital & St. Mary's HealthCare and Lexington-based Saint Joseph Health System to form a health care delivery system to meet the needs of all of the people of Kentucky and beyond.
More than 120 University of Louisville faculty, staff, students and alumni provided free dental and medical care June 11–12 as part of a Remote Area Medical (RAM) clinic in Pikeville, Ky.
June 11 will mark the first celebration of International Yarn Bombing Day but University of Louisville Department of Pediatrics has taken an early salvo by guerilla knitters.
Human Resources welcomes new faculty and staff to UofL through a formal orientation process each week.
The UofL Board of Trustees approved a 2011-12 budget that includes 3 percent salary increases, on average, for faculty and staff.
David Dunn, vice president for health sciences and professor of surgery, microbiology and immunology at State University of New York at Buffalo, is the new executive vice president for health affairs (EVPHA) at the University of Louisville. The UofL Board of Trustees today voted on his appointment, which is effective July 1.
A University of Louisville institute is seeking 25 participants for a study group aimed at widening understanding of Louisville’s racial history and helping the city overcome its racial divisions.
“Despicable Me” will be the first of three films in this summer’s free, public Cards under the Stars film series, which begins Friday, June 10.
University of Louisville researchers have found that removal of a tiny RNA molecule suppresses formation of cancerous tumors in mice.