The Board of Trustees on Thursday approved the appointment of Kimberly Kempf-Leonard as dean of the College of Arts and Sciences. Kempf-Leonard comes to UofL from Southern Illinois University, where she has served as dean of the College of Liberal Arts. She will assume the new post on Aug. 1.
Darrell A. Griffith has been named the new associate vice president for health affairs/finance and administration for the University of Louisville Health Sciences Center. He also will assume the position of vice president/CFO for University of Louisville Physicians. Griffith comes from the University of Kentucky/UK Healthcare, where he was the executive director for the faculty practice organization.
More than 1,700 graduates and their families headed to the KFC Yum! Center May 10 to celebrate commencement.
The University of Louisville Board of Trustees today approved a $1.2 billion dollar budget for 2014-15. The new budget, which takes effect July 1, includes a 5 percent tuition increase for all in-state students and a 2.1 percent hike for nonresident undergraduates.
There were four competitors, and only two got airborne for any real period of time.
Germany, Brazil, South Korea and the Netherlands are among the destinations for University of Louisville scholars who have earned some of the most prominent awards in academia.
The fourth annual Faculty/Staff Open Walls exhibit opens May 12 in Photographic Archives, located in the lower level of Ekstrom Library. The exhibit will be on display until noon, Friday, May 23. Hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays.
The University of Louisville’s J.B. Speed School of Engineering has been named to General Electric Co.’s select list of “executive schools” and inclusion on the list is expected to mean more job opportunities for UofL students.
Graduating UofL School of Dentistry student Michael Rolf has been chosen to speak at morning commencement Saturday. His letter of recommendation notes he is “a man of many talents, who can definitely multi-task.”
Two University of Louisville athletic teams are among the nation’s leaders within their sport in the most recent multiyear Academic Progress Rate (APR) data released by the NCAA.
It’s an understatement to say Carrie Mattingly has been active during her years at the University of Louisville.
A new documentary about the Grawemeyer Awards is schedule to appear on KET KY this month.
Spring 2014 is a time of momentous ceremonies for the family of Anna and Andre Faul.
Ambulatory centers perform surgery more efficiently than hospitals and could offer a viable way for the nation to keep pace with a growing demand for outpatient procedures.
TheraBracelet, a team of four University of Louisville MBA students marketing a wristband designed to improve hand movement, finished third in the Global Venture Labs Investment Competition in Austin, Texas, May 1-3.
Tom Jackson Jr., vice president of student affairs at UofL since January 2007, has been named president of Black Hills State University, a 4,000-student, master’s level university in Spearfish, S.D. The South Dakota Board of Regents announced his appointment April 30.
The Louisville Metro Police Department has announced a number of street closings for Derby activities.
Twenty-six UofL students on the Health Sciences Campus received certificates for participating in an innovative year-long program to increase their knowledge about LGBT patients and populations.
The University of Louisville is expanding its borders, as the School of Public Health and Information Sciences (SPHIS) prepares to offer the Master of Public Health (MPH) in Lahore, Pakistan, beginning this fall.
More than 2,900 students are expected to graduate from the University of Louisville this semester and 1,750 will take part in commencement May 10 at the KFC Yum! Center.