University of Louisville bioengineering researchers will use a $3.33 million award from the Wallace H. Coulter Foundation to help commercialize promising academic innovations into medical solutions to benefit patients.
Anthony Rapp, a star of the musical “Rent,” will help the University of Louisville celebrate Pride Week 2011.
We often view communication as a way of expressing our ideas to someone else. Effective communication, however, is a two-way process.
Some 40 University of Louisville dental and dental hygiene students helped provide free dental care Sept. 17-18 to nearly 500 people in and around Somerset, Ky., through Remote Area Medical (RAM), a nonprofit organization that serves people in remote areas of the United States and around the world.
Cardinal Boulevard will be packed this Saturday as the UofL Block Party returns.
The murderous, scheming king in William Shakespeare’s “Richard III” is portrayed as both frightening and funny in an upcoming University of Louisville Department of Theatre Arts’ production.
WFPK’s “Live Lunch” program will return to the University of Louisville’s Red Barn this Friday with a live performance from The Watson Twins.
The University of Louisville’s efforts to improve employee health and drive down health care costs have earned it national recognition from the College and University Professional Association for Human Resources (CUPA-HR).
Imagine living in a world with no violence.
Author Greg Mortenson has decided to decline the University of Louisville's prestigious Grawemeyer Award in Education.
Are you smarter than a two-year old – computer?
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Members of the University of Louisville community will hear about and show support for efforts to end against violence against women at the annual “Take Back the Night” event 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m., Sept. 27, at the Red Barn on Belknap Campus.
More than 100 UofL nursing students will mark their entry into Upper Division during a transition ceremony Sunday, Sept. 18.
(Editor’s Note: "Nazi Persecution of Homosexuals: 1933-1945," a traveling exhibit from the U.S. Holocaust Museum, will be at the University of Louisville's Ekstrom Library Sept. 19-Nov. 28, and a series of special talks and events is planned around it.
Looking back to move ahead. That was the theme of University of Louisville President James Ramsey’s annual State of the University address Sept. 13 at Margaret Comstock Concert Hall at the School of Music.
University of Louisville officials Sept. 13 celebrated the naming of the College of Business's primary building in honor of Harry S. Frazier Jr., a real estate pioneer and UofL alumnus who died in 1994.
Health care professionals and clergy will examine the relationship of religion and spirituality to depression Sept. 22 as part of the University of Louisville Depression Center-sponsored “Building Hope” lecture series.
University of Louisville cardiologist and researcher Roberto Bolli has received a $12.8 million renewal grant from the National Institutes of Health for continued research with adult stem cells.
A comparison of the issues affecting cardiovascular health care in China and Vietnam will be the topic of a free public discussion Thursday, Sept. 15, sponsored by the University of Louisville Department of Neurology and Crane House, The Asia Institute Inc. of Louisville.