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The J.B. Speed School of Engineering opened its third maker space at a local school this week — this time at Central High School. Read more.
More than 70 first-year Louis D. Brandeis School of Law students volunteered at organizations around Louisville in August to kick off the fall semester and become more familiar with the community. Read more
Cardinals accumulated more than 2,600 hours of service, highlighted by outreach visit to the Dominican Republic. Read more
So much happened across the university related to community engagement in 2015. This pictorial snapshot captures some of the highlights.
The University of Louisville’s College of Education and Human Development has received a $5 million gift from the Mary K. Oxley Foundation to boost teacher preparedness, retention and professional development at five Louisville-area schools.
The audience of administrators, students, graduates and staff members filled Chao Auditorium on Nov. 13 for the celebration: The year 2014 marked 50 years since Upward Bound was created by President Lyndon B. Johnson as part of his war on poverty and became the foundation of a group of federally funded college opportunity programs known collectively as TRIO.
Kimberly Goughler, 2014 staff recipient of the Outstanding Community Engagement Award with cadets from JROTC program at Jeffersontown High School
A student leading the first campus effort to build a Habitat for Humanities home. A professor who created a social group for people with Alzheimer's disease and their caregivers. A staff member who helped expand facilities for Marine cadets at Jeffersontown High School. And a West Louisville community center working with faculty and students in UofL's nursing, education, social work and music schools to improve the quality of life for families.
All four are 2014 winners of UofL Community Engagement Awards, an honor presented each fall to those who set an outstanding example of UofL's close relationship with its community. Each honoree receives a cash award of $2,500 and a crystal plaque.