The University of Louisville has shown more progress in its graduation rate, degrees awarded and ACT scores of incoming freshmen than any other public university in Kentucky, according to a report compiled by the Legislative Research Commission for the Council on Postsecondary Education.
Call it adaptive reuse of materials.
Sometimes you have to look for inspiration to make it through tough times.
The College of Education and Human Development now is housed in the Woodford R. and Harriett B. Porter Building - so named Sept. 21 for a well-known and highly respected Louisville couple.
It's dirty, noisy, off-road, Saturday-night racing fun - but there's also a lot of science and hard work at play when University of Louisville students offer their third annual Midnight Mayhem competition for mini-racers Sept. 25.
New York multimedia artist Brian Nissen will talk about the intertwining of storytelling and artwork over time during the University of Louisville's annual Latin American and Latino Studies Heritage Lecture Oct. 6.
The University of Louisville was recognized Sept. 16 for its efforts to involve employees in the community and to support the community in other ways.
Resources for Academic Achievement (REACH) celebrated its 10th anniversary on Sept. 16 with a picnic to thank the campus community for helping contribute to the office's success.
New York Times financial columnist and editor Gretchen Morgenson will speak Oct. 5 at the University of Louisville on "After the Deluge: How Washington, Wall Street and Main Street Are Faring Post-Meltdown."
The University of Louisville has developed a plan to cut its greenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2050.
"Why did they ask you?" That was the question I heard whenever I told colleagues and friends that I would be away from the office for 12 days in order to serve on the Ecumenical Jury at this year's Montreal World Film Festival.
Sometimes one block party just isn't enough.
Committees formed to search for head of research and innovation, explore traits for health affairs post
University of Louisville President James Ramsey has appointed a committee to lead the search for a new executive vice president for research and innovation.
A mother expecting her first baby has an ultrasound test that detects a hole in her unborn baby's heart.
Up to 14 STEM faculty at the University of Louisville can receive $500 for implementing best practices in their courses.
Amanda Jo Lott believes that education is a tool to help people serve others.
The Weisskopf Child Evaluation Center commemorated Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Awareness Day Sept. 9 with information tables at the Health Sciences Center.
Funding from the National Institutes of Health will help the University of Louisville develop, implement and evaluate an interdisciplinary oncology palliative care education program.
Sunita Gurung bent over her knitting needles, concentrating intently on getting the stitch just right.
Kelly Welding breathed in South Korean air for the first time in more than 20 years on July 28 when her plane touched down in Seoul — her birth city.