The University of Louisville Office of the President hosted 40 spouses of deployed Fort Knox soldiers to a day of discounted shopping and lunch Dec. 10.
Commencement coverage easily turns into just a story of numbers: 800 walked. About 1,300 received degrees. It’s fairly statistical – just the facts.
In September 2010, Brent Ocker found himself living what could have been an episode of the TV show “House.” Doctors were stumped trying to determine why his body was shutting down. They finally pinpointed the cause as a rare form of botulism. Treatment worked and Ocker began the arduous task of regaining his health and completing his master’s degree in sport administration.
For College of Business student Ashley Dunlap, taking the knowledge she learned at UofL from the classroom to the real world has been a challenge.
Physicians at the University Medical Associates' subspecialty of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Disorders Medicine are the first in Kentucky to offer an innovative treatment for asthma sufferers.
A group of UofL students is traveling in Punjab, India during winter break to volunteer at health camps. The trip, now in its third year, was started by Louisville senior Deep Aggarwal. The group left Louisville Dec. 8. While the students are in India, they are blogging for UofL Today about their experience traveling abroad and working at the camps.
With the addition of six new tenants, more than 150 employees now call Nucleus Innovation Park-Jefferson Street their home office.
University of Louisville administrators expect nearly 800 students to participate in the winter commencement ceremony at 7 p.m. Dec. 16 at the KFC Yum! Center.
For many people this time of the year, the predominant holiday colors are red and green.
“2 Generations,” an exhibit of Louisville native Anne Cooper Dobbins’ paintings and those of her mentor, Stephen Pace, will open at 11 a.m. Dec. 16 at the University of Louisville’s Cressman Center for Visual Arts.
Hispanic women are more likely to die from breast cancer than are non-Hispanic white women, according to research presented at the 2011 CTRC-AACR San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium Dec. 6-10.
Tables full of small children wearing red holiday hats devoured pancakes and sausage early morning Dec. 7 at the University Club. While they enjoyed breakfast, one thing was on their minds – seeing Santa.
President James Ramsey, Provost Shirley Willihnganz and other administrators recognized six groups of distinguished faculty at the annual Celebration of Faculty Excellence Dec. 6 at the Brown & Williamson Club at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium.
A method developed at the University of Louisville’s Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research has enabled San Francisco-based AliphaJet Inc. to license a way to make jet biofuel economically from renewable products such as plant oils and animal fat.
Gerome Stephens, coordinator for student leadership in the office of Civic Engagement, Leadership and Service, is one of NFocus Magazine’s five 2011 New Faces of Philanthropy. The award recognizes people between ages 21 and 35 who work to improve the lives of others.
Last week, the Courier-Journal ran a story on the decline in the number of students at Kentucky universities who are studying abroad.
No one likes to get sick, but unfortunately, it’s a fact of life for most of us. With flu season here, doctors at the University of Louisville Physicians’ Centers for Primary Care want you to know the most effective ways to protect yourself against this nasty illness.
The Thinker is temporarily away from his perch outside Grawemeyer Hall at the University of Louisville.
Service, a positive, can-do attitude and willingness to go beyond their scheduled work hours and job descriptions are hallmarks of this year’s group of Outstanding Performance Award winners.
The ShelbyHurst Campus Green Team wants to involve employees, students, visitors and community members at ShelbyHurst Campus in the sustainability process.