Meditation can lead to improved health and wellness, creativity, compassion and empathy. It also can be key to organizational excellence, according to University of Louisville professor emeritus Pradeep Deshpande.
Writer and social justice activist Janet Mock will be at the University of Louisville Oct. 3 as the keynote speaker for Pride Week 2013.
Afraid of the dark? You will be after a night of ghost stories on Belknap Campus.
The University of Louisville has again been named a Military Friendly School by G.I. Jobs, a monthly magazine designed to help veterans make the transition from military service to the civilian workforce.
The University of Louisville Foundation board elected new officers, approved a budget and granted a salary increase for UofL President James Ramsey at its meeting Sept. 20.
Rajiv Shah, administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development, has canceled the talk he was to give at the University of Louisville Friday, Sept. 20, because he was asked to attend a meeting at the White House.
Students from universities across the United States will converge Sept. 28 for some Saturday night racing fun that also will test their stamina and design skills.
The University of Louisville has received the Kentucky Department for Environmental Protection’s 2013 Resource Caretaker Award for conserving state resources.
The Student Activities Board is inviting the entire community to its 10th annual Block Party, the group’s largest event of the year.
Does gum disease indicate future joint problems? Although researchers and clinicians have long known about an association between two prevalent chronic inflammatory diseases—periodontal disease and rheumatoid arthritis (RA)—the microbiological mechanisms have remained unclear.
Syracuse University geographer Jamie Winders will talk about immigration and race in the U.S. South during her free, public lecture Oct. 2 at the University of Louisville.
The University of Louisville’s Department of Theatre Arts will perform “The Tempest,” a romantic play by William Shakespeare about shipwrecked kings and fools who learn to temper revenge with mercy.
UofL’s English department is bringing to Louisville three distinguished writers through the Anne and William Axton Reading Series.
Susan Burke, a litigator who is spearheading a series of lawsuits designed to reform the way the military prosecutes rape and sexual assaults, will deliver the keynote address at Take Back the Night.
Feast, dance and change the life of a young person all in one night. That’s the idea behind the second, annual Feast on Equality, a fundraiser benefitting the LGBT Center at the University of Louisville.
UofL's School of Public Health and Information Sciences is addressing a national shortage of trained public health professionals by launching an undergraduate degree program that will offer a Bachelor of Science in public health for students focused on public health practice and a Bachelor of Arts in public health for liberal arts studies.
The University of Louisville will hire an independent CPA firm to review the financial management functions of the university. The UofL board of trustees approved the move at the recommendation of President James Ramsey and in response to a recent allegation of theft in the university’s Department of Family and Geriatric Medicine.
Kentucky might not be a place people associate with film and filmmaking, but that might change after the Oct. 4 “Film and Filmmaking in Kentucky” conference at UofL.
Rajiv Shah, administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development, will speak Sept. 20 at the University of Louisville.
The University of Louisville has difficult work ahead to become a university that thrives in the 21st century, but its track record of success and its history of leadership and of working together as a campus community will ensure its success, President James Ramsey said Sept. 11 in his annual State of the University address.