The University of Louisville Get Healthy Now Wellness Center hosted the 2nd annual American Heart Association Worksite Wellness Symposium on Nov. 7.
Unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones, once were exclusively for military purposes. Today, a hobbyist can buy one at the local mall.
The founder of the nonprofit Pencils of Promise, Adam Braun, will speak to students Nov. 12 about developing an organization that has built more than 150 schools around the world.
The University of Louisville has made “Best for Vets,” a 2015 list of the nation’s most veteran-friendly colleges and universities compiled by Military Times.
The University of Louisville’s College of Education and Human Development has received a $5 million gift from the Mary K. Oxley Foundation to boost teacher preparedness, retention and professional development at five Louisville-area schools.
Separating the science from the sensational is the goal of the November Beer with a Scientist program, “Ebola! What is it, how is it treated and should we be worried?” on Wednesday, Nov. 12, beginning at 8 p.m. at Against the Grain Brewery, 401 E. Main St.
A Kentucky organization that recognizes outstanding military veterans has named a University of Louisville graduate as its first female honoree.
The Trover Campus at Baptist Health Madisonville of the University of Louisville School of Medicine will receive the 2014 Shining Star of Community Achievement award from the Group on Regional Medical Campuses of the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC). The award will be presented Nov. 7 during the AAMC Annual Meeting at the Hyatt Regency in Chicago.
A six-year-old child and a postman are just two of the unsung heroes of the civil rights era whose stories will be brought to life by University of Louisville actors.
A 5K run to be held on UofL’s Belknap Campus on Nov. 15 will benefit student veterans while closing out the inaugural Mayor’s Week of Valor in the city.
Republican U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell, who won reelection to a sixth term Tuesday, held his first national post-election news conference at UofL on Wednesday afternoon.
Impacting patient lives, improving health outcomes, elevating the profession of nursing and inspiring future nurses are a few of the distinguishing characteristics of the inaugural six University of Louisville School of Nursing’s Florence Nightingale Award winners.
The University of Louisville School of Music is ushering in the holidays with a big band-style concert and dinner dance.
Forks and knives—instead of leather jackets and chains—will be the accessories of choice at an event that celebrates the legacy and birthday of former Louisville resident Edwin Hubble while raising funds for a science program at Bloom Elementary School.
Twenty journalists from all over the world visited UofL Oct. 31 to get a pre-election snapshot of Kentucky from the Kentucky State Data Center.
Three of the first five Texas Roadhouse restaurants that Kent Taylor opened failed.
The University of Louisville’s College of Business is inducting two new honorees into its Entrepreneurship Circle of Fame.
On Nov. 2 at 2 a.m., the Louisville area will revert back to Eastern Standard Time from Daylight Savings Time, and while for many people it’s a welcome extra hour of sleep, for others it’s a source of anxiety as their sleep schedule adjusts.
Radio hosts are used to conducting interviews, but for the latest oral history project out of the University of Louisville Archives and Special Collections they were the subjects.
With Halloween around the corner, doctors with University of Louisville Physicians are offering tips for parents to keep their little ghosts, goblins and superheroes safe, and ensure Halloween is enjoyable for everyone.