In the world of social work, Terry Singer is the Dean of Deans and when he speaks, people listen. His Atlantic Coast Conference counterparts say his influence stretches far beyond the Louisville metro area.
UofL and Clemson University researchers partnered to look at the role of social media in Lance Armstrong's rise and fall.
UofL kept more than half of its waste out of landfills last year, but grounds superintendent Greg Schetler knows there’s still room for improvement.
Louisville businessman J.D. Nichols, chairman of local real estate development firm NTS Corp., is making a $10 million gift to the University of Louisville – one of the largest awards the university has ever received.
There are now eight LEED-certified buildings at the University of Louisville.
The University of Louisville is collaborating with new ACC partners at the University of Pittsburgh on a clinical medical trial with life or death implications.
Medications are used for a number of reasons – with the primary use of improving our health. If not properly taken, medication could cause harm. Medication safety is important not only when dealing with patients, but also for the health of you and your family.
One University of Louisville student described them as “an iconic eyesore” and over the next few months they will disappear. The student was describing the 22 silos that are part of the old Solae property on Floyd St. adjacent to UofL’s Belknap campus.
Nearly 200 high school teachers convened June 16-20 on the Belknap Campus as part of the University of Louisville Advanced Placement Summer Institute.
The days are growing longer and warmer, and we're all spending more time outdoors.
Many people have heard about the championships won by University of Louisville student-athletes, but their success in the classroom has been just as impressive.
Two University of Louisville music professors are readying a group of gifted young musicians for a trip across Europe.
Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear visited The Nucleus in downtown Louisville on Wednesday, and he lauded the University of Louisville Foundation’s facility as a “hub of education and technology.”
A non-profit organization that encourages academic freedom, excellence and accountability at U.S. colleges and universities has cited the University of Louisville’s McConnell Center as one of the best programs of its kind in the nation.
****WEATHER UPDATE**** Due to a forecast of rain Friday, June 20, the pre-movie activities scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. may be delayed. We will open the activities as soon as possible when the weather clears. We are still planning to show the "Frozen" sing-along at dusk. **********
Twenty girls who just completed fifth grade will spend June 16-27 at the University of Louisville learning to refine their problem-solving and storytelling skills at the inaugural Digital Media Academy.
An intensive look at U.S. literature in the places it originated awaits 18 professors from around the globe chosen for a University of Louisville-organized institute June 13-July 26.
The dog days of summer are starting a little early at the UofL Photographic Archives Collection.