Before they plunge into middle school, 20 girls will spend two summer weeks at UofL learning to express their stories and envision their futures through digital media.
The leader of the soon-to-open training center on the University of Louisville’s Belknap Campus is a well-recognized educator in the additive manufacturing field.
Benefactors of a fund to support patients at the James Graham Brown Cancer Center at the University of Louisville are sponsoring their third annual sand volleyball event to raise money for the fund.
Globe-trotting professors will head this month to an intensive summer institute of scholarship and travel organized by the University of Louisville and funded by the U.S. State Department.
The University of Louisville Board of Trustees on Thursday approved a $511.2 million general fund budget for 2015-16 and a $2.2 billion six-year capital plan that will help shape campus development into the next decade.
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) has become one of the most common, controversial and important public health issues in the United States. Rates of ADHD have increased by more than 50 percent in the past 10 years, and the CDC reports that Kentucky has the highest rates of ADHD in the nation.
A joint project between UofL and Siemens has saved the university $12.9 million in energy costs in just over four years and has paid even larger economic dividends for the region.
The fifth annual Faculty/Staff Open Walls exhibit opens Thursday in Photographic Archives, located in the lower level of Ekstrom Library. The exhibit will be on display until noon, Friday, June 26. Hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays and the exhibit is open to the public.
Even as a child, May 2015 graduate Brooke Nelson, DMD, dreamed of becoming a dentist.
It’s a new weapon in the arsenal of cancer fighting treatments: utilizing genetically modified viruses to invade cancer cells and destroy them from the inside.
UofL graduate Markita Helton has earned a Fulbright award to teach English in South Korea, making her the ninth UofL student or graduate to win the prestigious scholarship this year.
The organic nature of art – through subject or medium – is on display at the latest faculty art exhibit at the University of Louisville’s Cressman Center for Visual Art.
These days, Greg Fischer spends much of his time focused on ways to grow the city.
“And the walls come tumblin’ down ...” -- John Mellencamp
As the bounty of summer returns, so does the Belknap Farmers Market, celebrating its second year with a grand opening celebration on Thursday, May 28.
The University of Louisville’s rocket team, River City Rocketry, soared to a second-place finish at the recent NASA Student Launch challenge. The team has earned a spot in the top three at the high-powered competition in three consecutive years.
Nineteen female artists from the Great Depression era are the center of the Hite Art Institute’s summer exhibit at UofL.
Strengthening the provision of clinical care to patients and education and training to future physicians is an ongoing goal of the UofL School of Medicine.
The UofL Board of Trustees Finance Committee on Thursday approved a $511 million university budget for next fiscal year. The full board is expected to consider final approval of the 2015-16 spending plan at its next meeting scheduled for June 4.
Workers recently installed a new Gallopalooza horse along the brick walkway between Third St. and UofL’s College of Business on Belknap Campus.