The days start as early as 6 a.m. and often carry late into the night.
Back in January, Leslie Conner didn't know much about Botswana.
The University of Louisville and Simmons College of Kentucky have signed an agreement designed to boost the higher educational opportunities for African American students, particularly those from west Louisville.
Many University of Louisville faculty, staff and students would like to get out of their cars and try commuting to campus in a healthier and greener way - they just don't know how.
It's just a draft, but under the current 2010-11 budget proposal being considered by University of Louisville administrators, faculty and staff could receive a one-time payment in the range of $800 to $1,200, according to UofL President James Ramsey.
From a single-stream recycling program that uses trash cans the size of a half gallon of ice cream to revitalized brownfields, the University of Louisville community can see the mark of Vice President for Business Affairs Larry Owsley.
Horseplay is serious business for the people who come from far and wide to attend the Kentucky International Equine Summit April 26-27.
On May 15, women writers and readers from around Kentucky will gather at the University of Louisville's Ekstrom Library for the Kentucky Women's Book Festival to talk books, poems, short stories and other types of writing.
To you, it's trash. To someone else, it might be treasure.
UofL students continue to do well in semester's end competitions.
Construction work on Eastern Parkway will continue into June, according to state officials and representatives of the company completing the work.
The University of Louisville had a ceremony Monday, April 12, to recognize outstanding students, student organizations and other campus groups for achievement on campus and in the community.
The good times will roll and boil Friday night, April 16, during the 25th Annual Student Activities Board and Red Barn Alumni Association Crawfish Boil at the George J. Howe Red Barn.
In early 1959, Alford Gustafson Jr., a Louisville insurance agent, received a call from John Craf, dean of the then-University of Louisville School of Business: One of his instructors had fallen and wouldn't be able to teach his course. Could Gustafson fill in?
(Editor's Note: Last week was National Area Health Education Center (AHEC) Week. Congress developed the AHEC program in 1971 to recruit, train and retain a health professions workforce committed to underserved populations.