How can math help scientists understand how wolves and coyotes protect their territories – and even how urban gangs defend their turf? A March 20 speaker at the University of Louisville will explain how the studies of math and biology intersect in the formation of spatial patterns.
The University of Louisville is one of only two civilian universities in the country selected to offer an intensive seminar this year designed to broaden the strategic thinking and leadership ability of mid-career Army officers.
The University of Louisville’s Army ROTC program has received one of eight national 2012-13 MacArthur Awards.
The Swain Student Activities Center hosted an 18-hour dance party this past weekend to raise money for pediatric cancer.
Thirteen-year-old Xzavier Stetser usually spends his Saturday mornings relaxing or hanging out with his family.
U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte of New Hampshire will speak at the University of Louisville March 17 as a guest of the university’s McConnell Center.
Even the polar vortex can’t discourage fans of the Schimmel sisters.
University of Louisville PhD candidate Amy Lueck has been named a recipient of the K. Patricia Cross Future Leaders Award, an award given to eight PhD candidates across the country.
The University of Louisville’s Hite Art Institute is the new home for “The International Honor Quilt,” an assemblage of more than 600 quilted triangles honoring women, thanks to a gift from the nonprofit art organization Through the Flower, founded by noted artist Judy Chicago.
Staying warm this winter has been quite the challenge. With temperatures in the single digits it’s hard to get the motivation to get out of bed which makes that morning cup of coffee all the more crucial. But purchasing a daily cup of coffee can get pretty expensive for both you and the planet.
Archivists from the University of Louisville are seeking the sights and sounds of the Louisville rock music scene to fill out their latest collection.
The university became Kentucky’s first public university to implement a living wage when it increased its minimum wage for regular status staff employees from $8.67 to $10 per hour in November. Provost Shirley Willihnganz has approved a proposal to increase its minimum wage by 25 cents per hour per year for the next four years, starting this July and continuing in 2015, 16, and 17 – bringing the rate to $11 per hour by July 2017.
The University of Louisville is one of the prime players in a consortium of Midwestern universities and companies selected to participate in a Chicago-based advanced manufacturing institute.
Rev. Al Sharpton will deliver the keynote address for the University of Louisville’s annual Dr. Joseph H. McMillan National Conference on the Black Family in America, March 6-8.
So you think you can dance, let alone stand on your feet for 18 hours? The students participating in raiseRED think they can – and raise $100,000 for pediatric cancer research.
A 14-month-old boy in need of life-saving heart surgery is the beneficiary of a collaboration among University of Louisville engineers, physicians and Kosair Children’s Hospital.
The Department of Pediatrics has been selected to receive the University of Louisville 2013 Paul Weber Award for Departmental Excellence in Teaching in recognition of its innovative teaching methods and commitment to educational excellence.
Close to 10,000 people participated in the 1964 March on Frankfort with Martin Luther King, Jr. Former state senator Georgia Davis Powers was there. So was baseball great Jackie Robinson. And among them were two photographers, University of Louisville professor Robert Doherty and photojournalist James N. Keen.
Cellist Paul York will perform the world premiere of David Maslanka’s “Remember Me” during a concert at the University of Louisville.
Noted philosopher and author Kwame Anthony Appiah will explore current ethical questions and suggest a new approach to living a moral life during a March 17 lecture at the University of Louisville.