Partnership for a Green City, a coalition of four public organizations working to boost sustainable practices in the Louisville area, has won the Center for Nonprofit Excellence’s 2014 Pyramid Award for the Art of Collaboration.
The University of Louisville has been named a Military Friendly School for 2015 by Victory Media Inc., a publishing company formed to help military veterans move to the civilian workforce.
Still have old videotapes or computer diskettes you don’t know what to do with? You’ll have a chance to recycle them for free Oct. 22 when UofL celebrates national Sustainability Day.
A Nov. 12 conference at the University of Louisville will focus on improving job opportunities and other services for veterans transitioning back into civilian life.
University of Louisville President James Ramsey will continue his annual outreach tour with visits to four Jefferson County public high schools on Oct. 15 and Oct. 16. He will also host a luncheon for Union County High School students Oct. 16.
The following are parking and street closures for the 2014 UofL Homecoming Parade on Friday, Oct. 17.
Now is the time to evaluate your benefits and choose the best benefit options for 2015. UofL employee benefit Open Enrollment will run Oct. 17 through Oct. 31. Open enrollment is your once-a-year opportunity to choose your benefits for the coming year.
The University of Louisville is continuing to map out new priorities through the 21st Century University Initiative that will allow it to flourish in the face of decreasing state funding, UofL President James Ramsey said this week.
People can learn mindful practices to last a lifetime during a Nov. 1 mini-retreat offered by the University of Louisville’s College of Arts and Sciences.
Craig J. McClain, MD, UofL associate vice president for health affairs/research and a prominent alcohol researcher, will deliver the 19th Annual Mark Keller Honorary Lecture on Tuesday, Oct. 14, at the National Institutes of Health.
The University of Louisville and Louisville Independent Business Alliance (LIBA) will take shoppers on a Dec. 5 whirlwind tour of local shops and restaurants on the fourth annual Holiday Cards Buy Local Shopping Tour.
The University of Louisville Board of Trustees on Oct. 9 approved 2014-2015 goals for the Office of the President in support of the university’s 2020 Plan.
The University of Louisville’s Jewish studies program will serve up “A Rich Brew: Urban Cafes and Modern Jewish Culture,” a free, public lecture and musical event Oct. 26.
Using a portable or bedside ultrasound machine in the pediatric emergency room has been proven to lessen the length of stay in the ER and to provide images equal in accuracy to x-ray or CT scan without exposing children to potentially harmful radiation.
The courtroom scene was Louisville 60 years ago, and the charge was sedition. University of Louisville theater arts students will perform Oct. 24 in a civil rights drama that includes the trial re-enactment and connects the past with modern issues of race and housing.
A University of Louisville symposium Oct. 16-17 will examine “Translation and the Global Humanities.”
An astronomer on the team developing the scientific successor to the Hubble Space Telescope will talk about the complex project and what it may yield during an Oct. 16 lecture at the University of Louisville.
The partners of Research!Louisville (R!L) recently recognized the winners of a three-day research competition during closing ceremonies on Friday, Sept. 19 at the Kosair Charities Clinical and Translational Research Building. The partners of R!L are the University of Louisville, Norton Healthcare, and Jewish Hospital & St. Mary’s Foundation and University of Louisville Hospital, both part of Kentucky One Health. R!L showcases health/life sciences research conducted by graduate students, medical/dental students, public health and nursing graduate students, NCI-R25 students, James Graham Brown Cancer Center high school summer interns, postgraduates, research staff and faculty members at the University of Louisville.
Impacting patient lives, improving health outcomes, elevating the profession of nursing and inspiring others to consider nursing as a professional career are a few of the distinguishing characteristics of the six University of Louisville School of Nursing’s Florence Nightingale Award winners.
Student actors from the University of Louisville will take their talents abroad next summer as part of the English-language world premiere for a new Italian play.