John Karman, veteran journalist and current communication specialist in the Office of Communications and Marketing, has been appointed interim media relations director at UofL.
New dental and dental hygiene students took part in a ceremony August 22 to mark their entry into the profession.
A move from the University of Louisville’s Health Sciences Center campus to West Louisville will lead to stronger relationships between UofL’s Office of Public Health Practice and local residents. The Old Walnut Street development at 1300 W. Muhammad Ali Blvd. is the new home of several OPHP staff members who will work with residents and community groups to advance social justice, reduce health disparities and build capacity for improved health through the integration of practice, research and teaching.
An installation by Mary Carothers, professor of fine arts, is one of five works chosen to be a part of Connect/Disconnect, the inaugural project from Louisville’s Commission on Public Art.
Archaeologists and art historians will transport listeners to ancient times to examine the roles of Cleopatra and other women in antiquity through a lecture series at the University of Louisville.
Niki King, a communications and marketing specialist in the Office of Communications and Marketing, is planning to breastfeed her second child, due in January, for a year. As a new employee, she was pleased to learn that UofL has established breastfeeding and lactation guidelines to help ensure UofL provides a friendly, supportive environment for women who are breastfeeding.
A University of Louisville luncheon lecture series this fall will serve up research samplings ranging from modern U.S. work-family conflict to depictions of the Italian Renaissance, Egyptian monuments and Israeli kibbutz life.
UofL President James Ramsey and other officials welcomed more than 600 students and their parents to the university at the annual New Student Convocation Friday afternoon in Cardinal Arena.
The third office building at the University of Louisville’s ShelbyHurst Office and Research Park is scheduled to be open for business in summer 2016, and it’s already landed its first tenant.
Who was the MVP of the American founding? What does America look like at the end of war, and how could such insight inform current debates on war?
Seth Sereff, a freshman chemistry major from Elizabethtown, tried unsuccessfully to contain his excitement while moving into Miller Hall on Wednesday. He already has a job at the School of Medicine set up and plans on joining student organizations.
Editor's Note: This first-person account of the beginning of the school year is by UofL senior Bria Staten-Favors, an intern in the UofL department of communications and marketing.
As the new school year begins, the University of Louisville Police Department reminds faculty, staff and students that there are plenty of simple actions everyone can take to reduce chances of being the victim of a crime.
You’ve heard about building a better mousetrap? Well, this is a lot more fun.
The University of Louisville Libraries is sharing with Oglala Lakota College a significant collection of Lakota photos, recorded oral histories and songs.
Campus Health Services is now carrying Bexsero, a Meningitis B immunization approved by the FDA in early 2015.
As classes begin for the 2015-2016 academic year, among the new students at UofL are hundreds who chose to study here from outside the United States.
UofL’s Ying Kit Chan, chair of the department of fine arts, will show his “10,000 Thoughts” exhibit Aug. 30-Oct. 7 at the Jewish Community Center’s Patio Gallery.
LaunchIt, a 10-week program that teaches entrepreneurs how to introduce a product or start a business, is set to launch in a new market.