The University of Louisville's Clinical and Translational Research Building has received a top rating from the U.S. Green Building Council, a non-profit agency based in Washington that promotes sustainability in building design, construction and operation.
The University of Louisville-based Kentucky Pollution Prevention Center will be able to help more Kentucky industries and businesses slash their energy costs thanks to a $2.23 million infusion of federal stimulus money that will expand the center's services.
The University of Louisville's College of Arts and Sciences inducted four former faculty members into its Hall of Honor during a Feb. 25 ceremony.
Beauty, healthy eating and good health are among the subjects that a weeklong Campus Health Services (CHS) program will explore Feb. 22-26.
The last day to withdrawal from classes is currently listed as Wednesday, Feb. 24.
Worried about slippery roads and scraping the windshield?
The Rally for Higher Education has been rescheduled for Feb. 23.
Two films being shown daily at the University of Louisville's Sen. Mitch McConnell and Secretary Elaine L. Chao Archives and Civic Education Gallery have each won two 2010 Telly Awards.
Many people may not recognize the name Toots Thielemans.
UofL classes may have been canceled Feb. 9 and its offices closed, but not everyone had a snow day. Physical Plant was here to clear campus sidewalks, streets and parking lots.
In doing its business, UofL produces roughly 200,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent every year.
Tyvek siding, men in hard hats, bare earth - something is afoot at the University of Louisville School of Dentistry other than clinical work and instruction.
When Anne and Carl Braden bought a Louisville home in early 1954, then signed the deed over to World War II Navy veteran Andrew Wade and his wife, Charlotte, they really didn't expect that within six weeks the house would be ripped apart by a dynamite blast.
A partnership including the University of Louisville's Kentucky Pollution Prevention Center will receive federal stimulus money totaling more than $9 million to expand a school energy improvement program, Gov. Steve Beshear announced Feb. 8.