University of Louisville President James Ramsey joined other Kentucky college and university presidents Sept. 1 to pledge to be full partners with the commonwealth in making sure that high school graduates are ready to enter college or career.
About 12.3 million adults and children are victims of human trafficking worldwide, and college students are among those who are at high risk for becoming victims.
Elections will be the talk of the community, so it's only natural that the Yearlings Club-University of Louisville discussion series this fall will focus mainly on candidates and the future.
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Four neurosurgeons have joined the University of Louisville Department of Neurological Surgery.
UofL will test the two public address outdoor warning sirens on Belknap Campus Thursday, Sept. 2, at 10 a.m.
Joseph McMillan, professor emeritus at the College of Education and Human Development and founder of the National Black Family Conference, died Sunday at his home in Louisville.
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It towered over the current Belknap Campus for more than 100 years.
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The University of Louisville Theatre Arts Department is offering a theater workshop that teaches participants to use their bodies — instead of language — to communicate and evoke emotion.
Incoming medical, dental and dental hygiene students recently donned their white coats and took their respective oaths to serve others.
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University of Louisville spinal cord researchers will receive indirect funding from the U.S. Department of Defense to support work to find treatments for military men and women with spinal cord injuries.
Several poets will read their work and teach during the University of Louisville's fall Axton Reading Series, which also features a September discussion about publishing.
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They play many instruments and styles of music, but faculty at the University of Louisville School of Music have one thing in common - a passport.
Learning opportunities at the University of Louisville don't stop with college-credit courses.
The University of Louisville has earned a $373,000 cash incentive from Louisville Gas and Electric Co. for reducing its electricity consumption.
Due to a problem resulting in registration down time on Monday, initial registration for undergraduate students has been extended through Tuesday, Aug. 24.