The University of Louisville’s Louis D. Brandeis School of Law holds the top spot in a U.S. News & World Report ranking of 25 law schools offering the best education for the least money.
The Transformation Tea for Women of Color has given V. Faye Jones, MD, its 2013 Unsung Shero Award. The award recognizes a woman of color who is a UofL employee and who has made a significant impact in the lives of women either in the Louisville metro community or at UofL.
Eugenia Wang, PhD, the Gheens Foundation Inc. Chair in Aging Research at the University of Louisville, has received the 2013 Alltech Medal of Excellence for her pioneering work in using high-throughput technologies to explore the molecular signatures of Alzheimer’s disease, other dementias and heart disease.
Five service offices typically associated with Belknap Campus now have a satellite presence at the Health Sciences Center, saving travel time for faculty, staff and students who use them, and supporting UofL’s commitment to integrating sustainability in the management of resources and facilities.
The River City Rocketry team boosted its national standing from fifth to second in its second trip to NASA’s University Student Launch Initiative.
Art can be discovered in unexpected places — like the end of a fishing line.
Eleven UofL graduates who have become leaders in their respective fields have been named 2013 Alumni Fellows.
A 4 percent salary increase for faculty and staff and the smallest undergraduate tuition increase in 14 years highlight the 2013‒14 operating budget approved May 23 by the Finance Committee of the UofL Board of Trustees.
UofL’s tree canopy one day in the not-too-distant future could have a special oak tree with “Cardinal” red fall leaves.
The Cards Under the Stars movie series returns to Belknap Campus this summer, and the first movie will be out of this world.
More than 150 people — mostly women — from throughout the university attended the first Pathways Women’s Leadership Conference May 17 on Shelby Campus.
The Hite Art Institute is honoring lifelong artist Bill Fischer — his accomplishments as an artist and his contribution to young artists at UofL — with an exhibit of some 40 art pieces he made over the past 60 years.
It’s summertime, and many parents wonder how to keep their children physically active while keeping their minds stimulated at the same time.
The University of Louisville and former College of Arts and Sciences dean, the late J. Blaine Hudson, received awards May 17 from the Louisville Urban League for their efforts to “champion diversity and inclusion.”
Grapefruits have long been known for their health benefits, and the subtropical fruit may revolutionize how medical therapies like anti-cancer drugs are delivered to specific tumor cells.
Work will start this week to replace the columns in front of Grawemeyer Hall on Belknap Campus.
The number of Kentucky babies addicted to drugs — in some cases even before they are born — has skyrocketed in the past decade with methadone, oxycodone and heroin among the biggest culprits.
A mysterious package showed up in Ekstrom Library’s mail recently. Heavy, no return address, lots of stamps – that’s the way The Owl, a newsletter for library faculty and staff, described it.
A dozen UofL students will be in Greece this month to participate in “Queer Politics in Greece,” the university’s first LGBT-themed study abroad trip.
The Kent School of Social Work and the James Graham Brown Cancer Center at UofL are sponsoring an international conference in Louisville that will focus on how couples cope with the stresses that cancer brings.