Valentine’s Day 2012 wasn’t typical for a committed group of University of Louisville students, faculty and staff.
A $1 million gift to Charting Our Course: The Campaign for Kentucky’s Premier Metropolitan Research University will provide services to people with cancer and their families while honoring a woman who lost a courageous battle with the disease.
Rapid prototyping. Additive manufacturing. Clean room.
The University of Louisville Hite Art Institute opened two exhibits this week at the Hite Galleries in Schneider Hall on Belknap Campus.
The Association of Black Students and the Black Diamond Choir recognized several outstanding individuals and groups at the “Continuing the Legacy Banquet - A Celebration of African Americans at the University of Louisville.” The event was Feb. 28 at the Student Activities Center Multipurpose Room.
To you and me, it’s a fuzzy, green sprout that grows on a Chia Pet. To a group of University of Louisville business students, it’s a plant that someday could become Kentucky’s top agricultural product.
Abraham Lincoln’s presidency was one of the most pivotal of the 19th century and his actions to preserve the Union changed both the United States and the U.S. Constitution—the document he pledged to “preserve, protect and defend.”
Activist Gwen Patton will speak March 8 during a University of Louisville luncheon discussion series on diversity and social justice issues.
Aspiring engineers and the public are invited to learn from a Walt Disney Co. engineer, compete in contests, tour laboratories and check out racing vehicles at the University of Louisville’s annual Engineering Expo March 3.
Maxwell Boakye’s office looks like most other physician offices. A desk dominated by a personal computer. Floor-to-ceiling shelves filled with books. An array of family photos.
University of Louisville students will have an opportunity this summer to conduct research on a health problem that plagues Kentucky, and to gain experience that will help them in their future careers.
UofL professor Nefertiti Burton is a woman who wears many “hats.”
An exhibit of large-scale paintings by Henk Pander will open at the University of Louisville’s Cressman Center for Visual Arts, 100 E. Main St., March 2. The opening reception will be from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. in conjunction with the First Friday Trolley Hop.
Henderson, Ky. and the L'Académie National de Musique, known as the Paris Opéra in France, are 4,319 miles apart, but the love of music has no boundaries.
Maurice Day spent 20 years as a U.S. Army munitions specialist, a job that took him to Iraq, Germany, Hawaii and Turkey. This week, he’ll begin a different career—starting a chain of barbecue restaurants.
UofL has an ambitious goal to more than double its annual number of doctoral graduates by the year 2020, and the School of Interdisciplinary and Graduate Studies (SIGS) has a “plan” that will help.
Every day, a steady flow of students pop in and out of the Cultural Center at the University of Louisville. They represent races, cultures and heritages from around the world.
We don't know what The Thinker is thinking about, but we do know what people think about The Thinker.
Artist: Auguste Rodin Casting date: Dec. 25, 1903 Noteworthy: The Thinker sculpture at UofL is the first large casting of the piece.
An old friend returned to his spot outside Grawemeyer Hall at the University of Louisville Feb. 18, and he is sporting a new look.