People who want to get involved in Garden Commons, an organic garden on the north end of the University of Louisville’s Belknap Campus, can attend a series of gardening workshops this spring.
The Delphi Center for Teaching and Learning is hosting a one-day conference to help University of Louisville faculty teach effectively with technology in the digital age.
A University of Louisville-led team will represent a combined Kentucky-Indiana effort to compete in the U.S. Department of Energy 2013 Solar Decathlon, the federal agency announced Jan. 26.
The Pearl Cleage-written “Blues for an Alabama Sky,” will open Feb. 1 at the University of Louisville Thrust Theatre.
After helping establish and leading the University of Louisville School of Public Health and Information Sciences for 10 years, Dean Richard Clover is stepping down.
While promoting her 2010 biography “The Discovery of Jeanne Baret,” author and University of Louisville English professor Glynis Ridley suggested to a radio interviewer that Baret—the first woman to circumnavigate the planet—deserved to have a plant species named in her honor.
As a parent, your children’s health is your No. 1 concern. Thyroid conditions in children are known to delay growth, so it’s important to be on the lookout for potential problems.
“Consumed,” an installation of sculptural work by Miami University professor, artist and anthropologist Alysia Fischer, opens Jan. 27 at the University of Louisville Cressman Center for Visual Arts.
The key to being a successful negotiator is to be prepared.
Advanced photography students and University of Louisville Libraries teamed up last semester to produce a unique, permanent exhibit on diversity.
The United States’ special representative and policy coordinator for Burma, also known as Myanmar, will speak at the University of Louisville Jan. 26 about the political reforms under way in that country.
Fifteen UofL undergraduate students will display scientific posters Jan. 26 at the capitol building in Frankfort, Ky.
(Editor's Note: The location for the 6 p.m., Jan. 26 talk on the 1937 flood has been changed to Chao Auditorium, west wing, lower level, Ekstrom Library.)
The University of Louisville’s Master of Arts in communication program is among the best in North America, according to an international higher education rating agency.
The University of Louisville School of Dentistry (ULSD) is receiving national recognition from the American Dental Association Foundation for its commitment to provide quality dental care to underserved and uninsured people in Appalachia.
MEMORANDUM DATE: January 18, 2012
Bob Seger sings about the “hustlers and the losers…down on Main Street.” But as Louisvillians know, Seger’s vision is a far cry from the vibrant Main Street in the River City.
Two master’s degree programs at the University of Louisville’s College of Business have earned high rankings from Eduniversal, a higher education rating agency based in France.
Clayton Christensen, a Harvard Business School professor widely regarded as an expert on business innovation and growth, will speak at the University of Louisville’s College of Business Jan. 26.
It is not enough to teach students the contents of a subject. Teachers must prepare their students to continue to learn and develop skills in a world in which knowledge changes quickly.