The University of Louisville today broke ground on a two-year renovation project that will mean more space and much needed clinical improvements for the UofL School of Dentistry. The school has received few updates since it moved from Brook and Broadway to Preston Street in 1970.
To continue the upgrade of the electrical system on Belknap campus, an outage is scheduled 7 a.m. to noon Oct. 11.
A near capacity crowd of 400 alumni and supporters were on hand Thursday at the Crowne Plaza to honor the ten 2009 alumni fellows and Hank Conn, the alumnus of the year, at this year's UofL Alumni Association awards ceremony.
A birthday celebration—complete with balloons and birthday cake—was held Oct. 6 to mark the first anniversary of the Gladys and Lewis "Sonny" Bass Louisville Scholar House Campus at the University of Louisville.
The University of Louisville has earned a B+ on a report card issued by a non-profit organization that monitors environmental sustainability at colleges and universities, tying with Berea College as Kentucky’s top “green” school.
His day job is working maintenance at Kurz Hall, a student residence at the University of Louisville. But before and after work this past summer, UofL graduate and former Cardinal track and cross-country star Wesley Korir could be found running the roads around campus or training on the university’s track at Cardinal Park.
Without knowing where you are, you can't know how to get where you want to be. That is the simple philosophy behind the University of Louisville's first greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions report.
Justin Mog is assistant to the provost for sustainability initiatives, a new post created to help the University of Louisville become more environmentally and socially responsible.
Art – It's Happening Here – and that is what the UofL Alumni Association wants everyone to know as it kicks off a weeklong Homecoming celebration.
Jamie Saunders sat on a stool on the east entrance of Ekstrom Library at the University of Louisville. She spoke into a microphone, reading aloud from the fourth chapter of "Charlotte's Web," by E.B.White, the classic children's novel about a spider who befriends a pig.
20 Minutes: Biologist Lee Dugatkin discusses his forthcoming book on Thomas Jefferson and a giant moose
Biology professor Lee Dugatkin is well known for his research on the evolution of goodness in humans and nonhumans. He has written several books and texts on the subject and has had more than 125 articles published in such journals as Nature, The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences and The Proceedings of The Royal Society of London. But Dugatkin also is a closet historian. His latest book, titled “Mr. Jefferson and the Giant Moose,” is a tale of both natural history and American history. He recently spoke about his work to UofL Today.