The University of Louisville is in Dylan Brock’s DNA, and that’s not just a turn of phrase.
Can sports make the world a better place? UofL doctoral student Per Svensson thinks so.
University of Louisville students who are natives of Nepal are urging the community to donate to relief efforts as the country continues to recover from a powerful earthquake.
The University of Louisville has received a three-year, $300,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to create an Innovation Corps Site to strengthen the innovation ecosystem in the region and nationally through networking and training opportunities.
Prize-winning chemist Graham Cooks, known for his work to make chemical analysis a faster “CSI”-style process using portable field devices, will speak May 4-5 at the University of Louisville.
Two University of Louisville College of Business student teams won a total of $50,000 at Idea State U, a statewide business plan contest designed to encourage innovation and entrepreneurship.
Bedding, books, microwaves, lamps, and clothing are among the items being donated as a part of the University of Louisville’s “Lighten Your Load” kickoff event April 24 at Miller Hall.
People who have survived cancer, along with their loved ones and caregivers, will again gather at UofL for celebration, inspiration and support at the annual Cancer Survivors Celebration. The event is set for 3 p.m., Thursday, April 30, at UofL’s Kosair Charities Clinical and Translational Research building, 505 S. Hancock St.
Thanks to a grant from the Folger Shakespeare Library, the Cincinnati Museum Center and the American Library Association, UofL, Frazier History Museum and Louisville Free Public Library will co-host a national traveling exhibit, First Folio! The Book that Gave Us Shakespeare, at the Frazier History Museum, Nov. 10 – Dec. 10, 2016.
Convincing capricious half-ton racehorses to do your will can take a toll on the human body. The grooms, hotwalkers, exercise riders and other workers who tend to the needs of elite thoroughbred athletes also carry heavy buckets and bales, endure challenging weather conditions, and often travel with the horses to racing meets around the country, making consistent health care difficult.
UofL announced April 22 that a grant from the National Institutes of Health will combine with matching funds from the university to create a new $6.1 million initiative to commercialize discoveries made by UofL researchers.
More than 100 representatives from the Atlantic Coast Conference will take part in an April 26-28 UofL-hosted event to strengthen intercollegiate communication and explore best practices. As the ACC’s newest member, UofL is hosting the annual event for the first time.
Last year, the first year it was offered, the University of Louisville LGBT Center awarded 26 certificates in LGBT Health and Wellness Competency. This year, that number nearly quadrupled to 102 certificates awarded April 13 to students, faculty and staff members at the UofL Health Sciences Center campus. The year-long program educates health-care workers about treating individuals who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender.
UofL administrators have asked representatives of the student group Cards United Against Sweatshops (CUAS) to participate in the university’s ongoing review of its contract with JanSport and other companies that hold licenses to make UofL-logoed clothing.
John Sauk, DDS, MS, dean of the University of Louisville School of Dentistry since 2007 will step down from his position at the end of this calendar year.
Want to ride a bicycle around campus, but don’t have one? No problem. UofL’s bike share program is about to expand.
A national intramural sports group has recognized UofL's Student Recreation Center as first in its class.
The 2015 Louisville Symposium on Heart Disease in Women: Case Studies from the Heart of Louisville, will take place Saturday, May 16, 2015, and is an accredited CME event also open to the public.