You’re as likely to see him at a football game as you are standing outside the Interfaith Center on Move-In Day offering Holy Water (“H2OLY”) for blessing rooms. He celebrates Catholic Mass at the center and posted his Ice Bucket Challenge video on Facebook. He’s Fr. Chuck Walker, the University of Louisville’s new, full-time chaplain for the Catholic Campus Ministry.
Robert Hughes will continue as chair of the UofL Board of Trustees in 2014-15. The board re-elected Hughes and elected several other officers at its Thursday, Sept. 11, meeting
Research in cancer biology, spinal cord injury, birth defects, circulatory support devices and more will highlight Research!Louisville 2014, Sept. 16-19 at various locations in the Louisville Medical Center.
The University of Louisville will host a bone marrow drive from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Tuesday and Wednesday (Sept. 16 and 17) on the Health Sciences Center campus in the courtyard between Kornhauser Library and Medical School Instructional Building B, and Thursday (Sept. 18) in the Swain Student Activities Center on the Belknap campus.
A weeklong series of activities, including a 3D light and sound presentation unlike anything seen on Belknap Campus, will be part of President James Ramsey’s annual State of the University Week Sept. 15-19.
Season ticket packages are now available for the 2014-15 slate of shows presented by University of Louisville Theatre Arts.
Uruguayan film producer, poet and travel blogger Veronica Pamoukaghlian will attend two movie screenings and answer questions about her work Oct. 10-11 during the University of Louisville’s “Reel Latin America” Film Festival Sept. 25-Oct. 15.
The number of autism cases has soared over the past three decades, leading some to wonder if mental health professionals might be overdiagnosing the disorder.
Louisville-based band The Foxery will play WFPK’s “Live Lunch” program at the Red Barn Friday, Sept. 12.
Writer’s Block Festival keynote speaker and “Being Flynn” producer Nick Flynn, former Axton creative-writing fellow Heather Slomski and poet Chelsey Minnis will visit Louisville this fall through the University of Louisville’s Axton Reading Series.
The Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research is collecting items for an upcoming exhibit at the Louisville Free Public Library on the 60th anniversary of local events significant to the civil rights movement.
The radiation oncology department at the University of Louisville's James Graham Brown Cancer Center, part of KentuckyOne Health, has been awarded another three-year term of accreditation in radiation oncology by the American College of Radiology (ACR).
A powerful new video celebrates UofL’s commitment to inclusion and diversity in less time than it takes to run the Kentucky Derby.
A University of Louisville conference Sept. 26 -- "Public Art and the City" -- will examine art as social practice, art on campus and the future of Louisville’s public art.
The University of Louisville Alumni Association has named Robert C. Hughes, ’81, ’84, the 2014 Alumnus of the Year. Alumni Fellows for each of UofL’s schools and colleges have also been announced.
An experimental regimen of once-weekly breast irradiation following lumpectomy provides more convenience to patients at a lower cost, results in better completion rates of prescribed radiation treatment, and produces cosmetic outcomes comparable to the current standard of daily radiation.
At three months of age, Emmalie Smith suffered a spinal cord injury that left her paralyzed. Her parents, Amy and Bryce, took her to traditional physical and occupational therapy three times a week with the hope that their little girl would regain her ability to move.
PeaceDay 2014 events at the University of Louisville will focus Sept. 18 on “Celebrating 20 Years of Democracy in South Africa.”
Listeners are invited to experience classical music with the 2014-15 Music eX Series presented by the University of Louisville School of Music.
Darrell Griffith will be on hand next week as the American Heart Association and Get Healthy Now offer free hands-only CPR classes for all UofL employees in honor of the anniversary of 9/11.