As national and state budget issues continue to raise concerns about higher education funding over the next biennium, the University of Louisville is asking its friends to help ensure that education doesn't take the brunt of governmental cuts.
At a health clinic in India, UofL freshman Deepa Patel met a woman who needed new glasses. The woman arrived at the clinic – where several UofL students spent winter break working – carrying what she had been using to help her see more clearly.
The University of Louisville is a major economic driver for the city of Louisville and for Kentucky and provides a solid return on investment on state tax dollars it receives, according to a study by economist Manoj Shanker.
The University of Louisville has hired a nationally recognized leader in human resources management as its new vice president for human resources.
The Partnership for a Green City has created a new award to recognize individual or group community leadership in environmental sustainability efforts and is taking nominations for its first recipient.
An uproar over a Jewish physician's request to bring kosher food into the doctors' cafeteria, where longstanding tradition dictates that outside food is not permitted.
Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear has done everything he can to protect higher education funding from state budget cuts and Kentucky state lawmakers want to do the same, said University of Louisville President James Ramsey Jan. 13 on a public radio panel broadcast with other university presidents.
Trading in part of their winter break, a group of 27 University of Louisville students, faculty and staff traveled to the Philippines in mid-December to perform service projects as part of the university's International Service Learning Program.
The University of Louisville Jan. 12 unveiled new facilities dedicated to serving the unique needs of veterans and transfer students.
Fall 2009 University of Louisville Kentucky Author Forum interviews with Harold Varmus, author of "The Art and Politics of Science," and Michael Sandel, author of "Justice: What's the Right Thing to Do?" will air on KET starting Jan. 13.
U.S. Rep. John Yarmuth announced Jan. 11 that he has secured $2.95 million in federal funding in the fiscal year 2010 budget for three research initiatives at the University of Louisville.
Due to the inclement weather, drop/add and the last day for a 100% tuition reduction for undergraduate and graduate students has been extended to Thursday, Jan. 14.
It's not over yet.
The former University of Louisville dean accused of funneling millions of dollars of grant money for personal use pleaded guilty Jan. 8 to federal charges.
Chances are that you've seen Tom Fougerousse around campus.
The Kent School of Social Work is taking a warm and comfy approach to getting its message to state legislators and others this month.