Future social workers at the University of Louisville have a place to go for respite and inspiration thanks to Louisville metal sculptor Dave Caudill and his wife JoAnn Harrison.
The interim dean of the College of Education and Human Development will be sticking around for at least another year.
Twenty-one University of Louisville students have taken their studies south of the border this month.
Eight University of Louisville students taking part in the Ali Scholars program left for England and Ghana May 14 on a quest to learn more about social justice and peacemaking around the globe.
To remain a progressive, top tier community, Louisville needs more college graduates.
Undergraduate tuition will increase 6 percent in 2010-11, but many other costs will remain the same, if the UofL Board of Trustees approves recommendations forwarded by its Finance Committee Thursday, May 13.
UofL faculty and staff will receive a one-time $1,200 payment on top of their regular salaries, according to a 2010-11 budget proposal approved by the Board of Trustees Finance Committee Thursday, May 13.
May is Bike to Work Month, and the University of Louisville is encouraging its faculty, staff and students to use alternative transportation year-round.
The stretch of Eastern Parkway that borders Belknap Campus is on track to reopen in June, according to state and construction officials.
When Nicole Wilkins graduated from UofL Saturday, she made a little history.
University of Louisville seniors and their guests took over the sixth floor Skye Terrace at Churchill Downs Thursday for "Senior Day at the Downs," a celebration marking the end of their college days.
The University of Louisville announced 12 winners of the Fulbright award, setting a new record for Kentucky and placing the university among the top Fulbright-producing institutions in the nation.
Commencement wouldn’t be the same without academic regalia. Students don their caps and gowns and march in by school and degree. To see the pomp and circumstance, one would never imagine that just a few short days beforehand, those caps and gowns were packed in boxes stacked around the Red Barn. UofL Today talked to Sharon Hawkins, UofL apparel administrator, about what it takes to sort and distribute 2,400 caps and gowns in two and a half days’ time.
Nurses can lead the way in health care reform, but more of them need to pursue advanced degrees, a national nursing leader said at a UofL Nurses Week celebration on May 3.
University of Louisville faculty and staff, their spouses and dependents are getting extra help managing their diabetes through a new program that UofL Health Care designed and provides.
Caleb Bastian isn't the typical dental student. Bastian, who will represent his fellow University of Louisville graduates as the 2010 student commencement speaker, not only graduates with a dental medicine degree, but also with master's degrees in business administration, oral biology and anatomical science and neurobiology.