The Department of Pediatrics has been selected to receive the University of Louisville 2013 Paul Weber Award for Departmental Excellence in Teaching in recognition of its innovative teaching methods and commitment to educational excellence.
Close to 10,000 people participated in the 1964 March on Frankfort with Martin Luther King, Jr. Former state senator Georgia Davis Powers was there. So was baseball great Jackie Robinson. And among them were two photographers, University of Louisville professor Robert Doherty and photojournalist James N. Keen.
Cellist Paul York will perform the world premiere of David Maslanka’s “Remember Me” during a concert at the University of Louisville.
Noted philosopher and author Kwame Anthony Appiah will explore current ethical questions and suggest a new approach to living a moral life during a March 17 lecture at the University of Louisville.
More than 600 scholars are expected when the Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture Since 1900 convenes Feb. 20-22 at the University of Louisville.
Talk about puppy love.
Dental caries, commonly known as tooth decay, is the single most common chronic childhood disease. In fact, it is an infectious disease. Mothers with cavities can transmit caries-producing oral bacteria to their babies when they clean pacifiers by sticking them in their own mouths or by sharing spoons.
UofL’s Board of Trustees has approved two key administrative positions designed to improve efficiency and effectiveness.
A new, interactive event calendar launching today will bring information about UofL’s activities and events together in one easy-to-use package.
Hite Art Institute students at UofL are getting a unique classroom experience while helping the Cressman Center for Visual Arts get an equipment upgrade.
Although most started their careers providing care to patients at the bed-side, a number of UofL School of Nursing graduates have gone on to transform the health care profession as academic leaders, hospital executives, nurse scientists and policy makers.
Razors were abuzz at the Health Sciences Center Auditorium Feb. 13 for thirteen medical students.
A finalist for the Arts and Sciences dean position is on campus today, and finalists for the A&S and College of Education and Human Development dean positions will visit next week.
Families who want to celebrate Mardi Gras can get their fill of bead necklaces and face masks at a March 2 event at the University of Louisville.
A 20-year action plan to improve fair housing, released today at the Louisville Metro Human Relations Commission’s annual Race and /Relations Conference, documents that residential segregation remains a major problem in Louisville and suggests remedies.
The University of Louisville’s sport administration program will feature ESPN’s Jemele Hill at its fifth annual SPAD Speaker Summit. The summit brings together professionals from the sports business industry for presentations and discussions.
The University of Louisville’s annual Engineering Expo returns March 1 with student competitions, laboratory tours, hands-on activities and a keynote address from a representative of NASA.
After years of digging through photographic archives, the Louis D. Brandeis School of Law is ready to unveil photos taken nearly 50 years ago when Martin Luther King Jr. spoke in the school’s Allen Court Room.
Attorney, author and social justice activist Urvashi Vaid will analyze the gay rights movement during a March 4 talk at the University of Louisville.
Activist and feminist poet Bernedette Muthien will discuss the 20th anniversary of democracy in her native South Africa and the anti-apartheid work that led to it during a Feb. 18 talk and poetry reading at the University of Louisville.