The University of Louisville production of "The Vagina Monologues," an award-winning play by Eve Ensler about women's experiences, will benefit Haitian women and UofL's Prevention, Education and Advocacy on Campus and in the Community (PEACC) program.
A Feb. 7 concert at the University of Louisville will feature freedom songs in a multimedia format and a history lesson during the 2011 African American Music Heritage Institute.
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The University of Louisville's efforts to help address a shortage of health care professionals and improve the quality of health care in Western Kentucky has had a $6.8 million economic impact on that part of the commonwealth.
(Editor's Note: This UofL Green Scene is part of a monthly series on sustainable activities written by the faculty, staff or students involved with them.)
The Kentucky Pollution Prevention Center is putting its money where its mouth is.
U.S. Vice President Joe Biden will speak Feb. 11 at the University of Louisville as part of the McConnell Center's spring lecture series.
University of Louisville dental students, faculty and alumni volunteered Jan. 22 -23 to give free dental care to patients in Oneida, Tenn. — marking the fifth year the school has worked with Remote Area Medical (RAM) to help people in need.
"The Orphan of Chao," Thrust Theatre, 2314 S. Floyd St. 8 p.m. Feb. 2-5; 3 p.m. Feb. 6.
Workplace readiness is the topic of this year's Celebration of Teaching and Learning, an annual, all-day conference the Delphi Center for Teaching and Learning organizes for faculty and staff.
University of Louisville law professor Lars Smith didn’t know much about the Fulbright Scholar Program until a colleague — who traveled abroad in 2008 as a scholar— told him about it.
In 2010, 124 UofL students took the registered nurse licensing exam. Of that number, 120 - or 97 percent - passed it.
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Disaster relief and recovery can come in many forms — including music therapy.
It was so quiet that you literally could hear a pin drop — or maybe a cookie crumble.
University of Louisville students, faculty and staff will highlight the issues of bias and bullying during a series of free, public events Jan. 24-28 on Belknap Campus.
Violent political discourse is not new in the United States, but it can replace real, meaningful dialogue, and in so doing, be a threat to democracy.
The University of Louisville has placed near the top in a rating system that tracks how well colleges and universities across the country are doing at reducing their environmental impact.
School of Music auditions and the Office Admissions Campus Visit Program will be held as scheduled Saturday, Jan. 22.
Two Kentucky elected officials and a University of Louisville political expert will take part in a community forum at UofL on Monday, Jan. 24, about the power words have to shape public sentiment.