(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 received recognition for long-term efforts to increase employee health June 1 from the Mayor's Healthy Hometown Movement.
Does an art museum that sits next to a university with a stellar fine arts program really need its own library?
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Woody and Buzz are coming to Belknap Campus.
A group of University of Louisville graduate students, faculty and staff are in Barbados this week for an international service learning trip.
When the first new University of Louisville students arrive on campus May 27 for orientation, it'll be Amy Fussenegger's favorite moment.
The University of Louisville took time May 25 to celebrate having the first research building in Kentucky to receive Gold Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification.
University of Louisville President James Ramsey said he thinks Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education members were "blown away" by the breadth of UofL's research, economic development and community engagement.
President James Ramsey and a group of University of Louisville employees left Amelia Place by bicycle early May 21, celebrating National Bike to Work Day and the end of the Louisville Commuter Challenge.
The single-stream recycling pilot program the University of Louisville launched in early February has captured an extra 12 tons of material that otherwise would have gone to a landfill.
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.