On Nov. 10, the United States Marine Corps celebrates its 248th birthday. In honor of the milestone, UofL’s Center for Military-Connected Students introduces us to Marine Corps veteran Ralph Gonzalez, a UofL junior who hopes to be an English teacher.
UofL researchers developed a fabrication technique to efficiently and accurately imitate the nanostructure of cicada wings for potential use as an antimicrobial in everyday surfaces
Physics or Engineering? That is the question for many students with a gift for math and abstract thinking who enjoy complex problem solving.
For many, earning a college degree soon after graduating high school is the norm. For others, it happens at the pace of life.
Like many students, University of Louisville graduating senior Autumn Magnuson changed her major early in her college career. Originally interested in engineering, she was planning to study robotics and minor in biology. She hoped to build robots that would help scientists research undersea life.
The University of Louisville announced today it has chosen an administrator dedicated to student success through a solid grounding in a liberal arts education as the new dean of the College of Arts & Sciences (A&S).
Members of the public soon will be able to access a new website aimed at improving environmental health equity in Louisville.
The University of Louisville Honors Program is part of a new nationwide collaborative aimed at training future leaders in the fields of food, climate and sustainable agriculture.
In 2022, The College of Arts and Sciences had several stellar faculty, graduate, and undergraduate students involved in a range of uniquely defined community engaged scholarship (CES) projects and activities, awarded grants from the Office of Community Engagement (OCE) to support their initiatives.
Professor Jamison works on 19th and 20th-century African American History, Public History, and the Public Humanities. Interview conducted by Dr. Glenn Crothers, Associate Professor of History
LOUISVILLE, Ky —Are you as good at doing things as you think you are? Maybe not, according to David Dunning and Justin Kruger, two social psychologists who today were named cowinners of the 2023 University of Louisville Grawemeyer Award in Psychology for identifying a cognitive bias that causes people to overrate their own competence.
Maria Cruz, assistant professor of comparative humanities in the College of Arts and Sciences featured for her work in Duolingo
Digital technology is playing a growing role in advancing political repression across the globe, a trend that poses a threat to the world’s democracies, says a scholar who on Dec. 6 was named winner of the 2023 University of Louisville Grawemeyer Award for Ideas Improving World Order.