Timothy Dowling, who directs the atmospheric science program in the University of Louisville’s physics and astronomy department, will be featured next month in a National Geographic Channel series, “Storm Worlds.”
A moot court team from the UofL Brandeis School of Law recently won a national championship in the New York University Immigration Law Competition, placing first out of 16 teams from around the country.
(Editor's Note: Green Scene is a monthly column on sustainable activities at UofL written by the faculty, staff and students responsible for them.)
The University of Louisville Photographic Archives enjoys an international reputation, holds some of the most iconic images of the 20th century and provides visual documentation of the evolution of Louisville.
When University of Louisville graduates march into Freedom Hall May 8 for commencement ceremonies, they will follow students carrying colorful banners with each school or college name.
Some of the nation’s leading classic guitarists will gather May 28-31 at the inaugural Guitar Festival and Competition at the University of Louisville School of Music.
The days start as early as 6 a.m. and often carry late into the night.
Back in January, Leslie Conner didn't know much about Botswana.
The University of Louisville and Simmons College of Kentucky have signed an agreement designed to boost the higher educational opportunities for African American students, particularly those from west Louisville.
Many University of Louisville faculty, staff and students would like to get out of their cars and try commuting to campus in a healthier and greener way - they just don't know how.
It's just a draft, but under the current 2010-11 budget proposal being considered by University of Louisville administrators, faculty and staff could receive a one-time payment in the range of $800 to $1,200, according to UofL President James Ramsey.
From a single-stream recycling program that uses trash cans the size of a half gallon of ice cream to revitalized brownfields, the University of Louisville community can see the mark of Vice President for Business Affairs Larry Owsley.
Horseplay is serious business for the people who come from far and wide to attend the Kentucky International Equine Summit April 26-27.
On May 15, women writers and readers from around Kentucky will gather at the University of Louisville's Ekstrom Library for the Kentucky Women's Book Festival to talk books, poems, short stories and other types of writing.
To you, it's trash. To someone else, it might be treasure.
UofL students continue to do well in semester's end competitions.