The online computer science master’s degree programs offered by the University of Louisville have been named among the best in the country by a leading national resource for online learning.
For more than 50 years, standardized patients have been a staple of medical school instruction. These individuals are trained in symptoms and problems associated with disease and act as patients to give medical students hands-on training in the practice of medicine.
The University of Louisville is about two months away from opening a “learning micro-factory” adjacent to the FirstBuild facility on Brandeis Avenue near Floyd Street.
Why has Christianity, a religion based on love, failed in its attempts to heal racial division?
As Kentucky struggles to overcome health risks such as obesity, physical inactivity, tobacco and drug use, as well as social factors like unemployment, poverty, and violence, the University of Louisville School of Public Health and Information Sciences (SPHIS) is announcing a plan to address health disparities across the state. The school will establish the Commonwealth Institute of Kentucky, pending UofL Board of Trustees approval, with support via a three-year $4 million investment from KentuckyOne Health. The institute will serve as a transdisciplinary collaborative for population health improvement, policy and analytics.
The University of Louisville is on target to meet its goal of producing more than 28,000 new degrees over a 10-year period.
Treat them with respect, let them learn from their peers and give them the freedom to make decisions as a team.
For the convenience of parents, UofL Physicians will hold an eye clinic for children from 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Dec. 6. This special clinic will be held at The Springs Medical Center, 6400 Dutchmans Lane, Suite 310.
A brain scientist who helped explain how our emotions affect what we learn and remember has won the 2015 University of Louisville Grawemeyer Award for Psychology.
Steve Arkon needed help to get his start-up venture, Personal Mileage Capture, off the ground. He found what he needed in the LaunchIt program offered by Nucleus: Kentucky’s Innovation Center.
Understanding clan-based cultures is critical to the survival of modern democracies, says a legal historian who has won the 2015 University of Louisville Grawemeyer Award for Ideas Improving World Order.
Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear and Lt. Gov. Crit Luallen announced Dec. 1 an innovative public/private partnership between Community Dental – a nonprofit of Kentucky and the University of Louisville Pediatrics to provide a multi-disciplinary health care home for Kentucky children enrolled in the Medicaid program.
The president of the Institute of Medicine of the National Academies will present the 2014 Leonard Leight Lecture at the University of Louisville.
“IN-SCHRIFT 2,” an orchestral work that explores the boundaries of musical space, has earned German composer Wolfgang Rihm the 2015 University of Louisville Grawemeyer Award for Music Composition.
How about this one? Kentucky has the highest rate of COPD in the United States.
The University of Louisville and Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary will announce the 2015 winners of five Grawemeyer Awards Dec. 1-5.
Advanced Cancer Therapeutics (ACT), a privately held company dedicated to bringing new anti-cancer therapies to market, has been chosen by Informa and Kantar Health as one of the “2014 Top 10 Most Interesting Oncology Projects to Watch” for its compound, PFK-158.
The St. Baldrick’s Foundation, a volunteer-driven and donor-centered charity dedicated to raising money for childhood cancer research, has awarded a one-year, $50,000 grant to the University of Louisville (UofL). This grant is one of 40 infrastructure grants awarded as part of the foundation’s fall grant cycle, totaling more than $2.5 million and surpassing last year’s total awarded during this same period.
Handcrafted ceramics by University of Louisville student and faculty artists will be available for purchase just in time for holiday shopping.
Thirteen graduating seniors at the University of Louisville’s Hite Art Institute will show off their works as the final project of their student career.