News about the faculty and staff at the University of Louisville.
UofL is committed to conducting its affairs in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations and holds its employees to the highest standards of legal and ethical conduct. When situations arise that may jeopardize the university’s honesty and integrity, employees are encouraged to report them. What is compliance and why is it important? What are the steps to report potential non-compliance concerns? If you find yourself asking these questions, please read further or contact the Institutional Compliance Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
UofL is emerging as one of America’s leading metropolitan research universities through excellence in teaching, research and service.
Metro United Way Mission Statement: Metro United Way envisions a community whose people achieve their fullest potential through education, financial stability and healthy lives.
Mission Summary: Community Health Charities of Kentucky and Southern Indiana provides health programs and services including education, prevention, and research for patients, their families and professionals dealing with chronic health conditions in our communities.
The MISSION of the WHAS Crusade for Children: The WHAS Crusade for Children exists to change the lives of children with special needs in Kentucky and Indiana.
By making Kosair Charities a charity of choice for your UofL Cares gift you will be helping us do so much in so many different ways to help so many kids.
Faculty and staff are publishing and receiving honors in their fields and communities.
Mission Statement: To maximize the impact of the arts on economic development, education and the quality of life for everyone by generating resources, inspiring excellence and creating community connections.
Ready or Not — Here it Comes! The time is here for employees to choose benefit options for 2014. UofL employee benefit open enrollment will run Oct. 23 through Nov. 5. Open Enrollment is your once-a-year opportunity to choose your benefits for the coming year.
Human Resources and University of Louisville administrators honored staff employees Sept. 20 and Oct. 11 for their service to the university.
Have a student about to start school next fall? Looking ahead to middle or high school enrollment? Confused about clusters and magnets, traditional and optional programs?
UofL faculty, departments and centers are earning accolades that reflect their excellence and leadership in their fields.
Eleven lucky faculty and staff members won door prizes at Friday’s Faculty/Staff Appreciation Picnic. The winners are:
Former provost Carol Garrison returned to UofL for the unveiling of her portrait in the Hall of Provosts Aug. 15, marking the first time she had been back to campus since her 2002 departure.
A happy hour of a different kind will take place Aug. 15 at the Red Barn.
Faculty and staff activities and honors demonstrate their professional and community leadership.
The Parking Office reminds everyone about transportation alternatives to campus and those available for people on campus, as well as reminding everyone who wants a parking permit for the next year that it is time to renew.
Great Places to Work and Human Resources are launching a nine-month staff leadership development program in September.
The Faculty Senate met in regular session July 3 in Chao Auditorium, Ekstrom Library. Chair Joe Steffen presided.
A faculty member with a half century of service to UofL was one of 65 people President James Ramsey and Provost Shirley Willihnganz honored at the Faculty Service Awards ceremony June 11.