University of Louisville senior Victoria Allen of Auburn, Ky., has been named a 2015 John Lewis Fellow.
UofL President James Ramsey awarded the 2015 Presidential Medals to the Jewish Heritage Fund for Excellence and Ed Glasscock at a ceremony June 9 at Amelia Place.
University of Louisville Physicians have launched the “Academic Physician Precision Challenge,” a fun, interactive game to raise awareness of academic medicine.
A UofL summer enrichment program will provide local high school students with an introduction to engineering and a look at available careers in the field.
Patricia Benson, UofL's director of disease and health management, was featured in the May issue of the "HERO On Health" newsletter.
University of Louisville Physicians will be holding the annual Parkinson’s Symposium for patients, families and caregivers on Thursday, June 18.
A study by the UofL Urban Studies Institute has found more than 5 percent of the jobs in the state of Kentucky are tied to the auto manufacturing industry. Kentucky has four large assembly plants including two Ford Motor Co. operations in Louisville. According to the study, the four assembly plants along with spinoff auto parts factories account for 136,500 jobs and $6 billion in payroll.
Standard computer memory devices can be damaged by radiation exposure – a huge problem in the event of a dirty bomb attack or nuclear power plant accident.
Better service, more accountability and stronger financial controls are among the goals of a new structure for Finance and Administration units unveiled to staff June 10, 2015.
The free June 26 showing of “Big Hero 6” at the University of Louisville has been rescheduled to July 10 due to expected rain.
Experts from around the country will join faculty experts from the UofL’s James Graham Brown Cancer Center, a part of KentuckyOne Health, to look at the latest evidence-based medicine in treating metastatic cancer of the central nervous system.
Physicians without formal training in transgender health can be unprepared when a transgender patient needs basic health care, or help with a transgender specific issue such as hormonal transition. If the physician is unfamiliar with the typical barriers faced by transgender people in the health-care system or current standards of care, the patient’s health may suffer.
The dean of the UofL School of Medicine and a professor and chair in UofL’s College of Education and Human Development will be among the recipients honored with Tower Awards from Presentation Academy of Louisville on Oct. 8.
Before they plunge into middle school, 20 girls will spend two summer weeks at UofL learning to express their stories and envision their futures through digital media.
The leader of the soon-to-open training center on the University of Louisville’s Belknap Campus is a well-recognized educator in the additive manufacturing field.
Benefactors of a fund to support patients at the James Graham Brown Cancer Center at the University of Louisville are sponsoring their third annual sand volleyball event to raise money for the fund.
Globe-trotting professors will head this month to an intensive summer institute of scholarship and travel organized by the University of Louisville and funded by the U.S. State Department.
The University of Louisville Board of Trustees on Thursday approved a $511.2 million general fund budget for 2015-16 and a $2.2 billion six-year capital plan that will help shape campus development into the next decade.
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) has become one of the most common, controversial and important public health issues in the United States. Rates of ADHD have increased by more than 50 percent in the past 10 years, and the CDC reports that Kentucky has the highest rates of ADHD in the nation.