About half of the events in this year's Peace & Justice Week are being put on by a campus organization other than event sponsor, the Ali Institute for Peace and Justice.
The University of Louisville started its University Scholar and Distinguished Scholar Program in 1995 to help recruit new faculty scholars and to retain existing faculty members who demonstrate superior creativity and scholarship in their fields of expertise.
The University of Louisville has 142 endowed post, a number that is nearly three times larger than the number of endowed posts it had 10 years ago.
The most recent segment of University of Louisville's 2010 Presidential Outreach tour didn't stray far from home base.
Members of the 3rd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Infantry Division Medical Corps from Fort Knox have been gaining additional training at the University of Louisville before shipping out to Afghanistan in December.
MSNBC's "Hardball with Chris Matthews" came to UofL Oct. 18 with its "Hardball Senate Tour."
University of Louisville administrators took time Oct. 13 to recognize faculty excellence.
University of Louisville and National Institutes of Health officials dedicated UofL's Center for Predictive Medicine, a $44 million regional biosafety research lab designed to better protect Americans from emerging biological threats, on Oct. 18.
Some 300 people packed the University of Louisville's Bigelow Hall Oct. 17 to hear a debate between U.S. Senate candidates Jack Conway and Rand Paul.
Charles Wheelan, author of the 2002 book “Naked Economics: Undressing the Dismal Science” will deliver the keynote address for the 2010 Book-in-Common program at the University of Louisville.
Two fathers recently were honored as University of Louisville Parents of the Year for helping their sons overcome adversity so they could attend and succeed in college.
The University of Louisville Board of Trustees acted Oct. 14 to improve employee benefits and make way for additional income to the university.
If you attend classes or work at UofL, you might want to scoop up that pile of unwanted paper in your dorm room, campus or home office — along with your old computer disks and videotapes — and carry the stuff to the north end of Belknap Campus on Oct. 20.
The University of Louisville and its Signature Partnership will present a program on child sexual abuse Saturday, Oct. 16, 10 a.m., at Lyman T. Johnson Traditional Middle School, 2509 Wilson Ave.
The University of Louisville Center for Environmental Genomics and Integrative Biology (CEGIB) will be host to a community forum on the social and environmental determinants of health on Wednesday, Oct. 20, 4:30 p.m., at The Nia Center, 2900 W. Broadway.
What inspires you? What makes you proud to work at UofL? What change in UofL since 1970 stands out most? What is your fondest memory and what else would you like to share?
When George Howe, director of special programs for Student Affairs, started working at the University of Louisville, the Red Barn was on the edge of Belknap Campus.
At an age when he really doesn't have to do anything other than kick back and relax, that's the last thing on Salem George's mind.
Monica Marks, the first University of Louisville alumna to be named a Rhodes Scholar, recently was in Kentucky between completing a Fulbright year studying in Turkey and starting her graduate career at Oxford University.
A student who displayed a handgun during a meeting at the College of Education and Human Development Thursday, Oct. 7, was disarmed quickly and removed from campus.