Clayton Christensen, a Harvard Business School professor widely regarded as an expert on business innovation and growth, will speak at the University of Louisville’s College of Business Jan. 26.
It is not enough to teach students the contents of a subject. Teachers must prepare their students to continue to learn and develop skills in a world in which knowledge changes quickly.
Beth Riley, assistant professor in the Department of Medicine and physician at the James Graham Brown Cancer Center, joined Kentucky First Lady Jane Beshear, Rep. Joni Jenkins of Louisville and others at the Kentucky State Capitol in Frankfort Jan. 18 to call on Kentuckians to donate funds through their tax returns for breast cancer research.
The International Center for Long Term Care Innovation (InnovateLTC) has signed an agreement with the University of Louisville’s Research Foundation, Inc. to accelerate commercialization of products and services related to aging.
University of Louisville officials presented renowned music composer Karel Husa with a Doctor of Fine Arts honoris causa at a special ceremony Jan. 16 in Raleigh, NC.
The University of Louisville is among four Louisville-based colleges that have announced that they will jointly launch the Signature Partnership Education Access Center, a facility to help adult learners work toward a college degree.
A growing partnership between UofL and Fort Knox topped the discussion during the university’s Board of Trustees committee meetings Jan. 12.
Inflammation of gum tissues – periodontitis– is one of the most common infectious diseases. People who have it are more susceptible to diseases of the circulatory system, rheumatoid arthritis, aspiration pneumonia or premature birth.
University of Louisville President James Ramsey has asked the state auditor’s office to review recent financial reports of the Quality and Charity Care Trust Agreement.
During 2010-2011, University of Louisville Health Sciences Center faculty and students made an economic impact of more than $5.7 million in the four regions of Kentucky served by UofL Area Health Education Centers.
University of Louisville offices are closed and there will be no classes Monday, Jan. 16 in observance of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday. Campus, however, will be anything but quiet and empty.
Clinical depression in older adults will be the topic of January’s “Building Hope” lecture Thursday, Jan. 19 at 8 p.m. sponsored by the UofL Depression Center at the University of Louisville.
January is Cervical Health Awareness Month, so we would like to take this opportunity to talk to you about the importance of prevention and early detection of cervical cancer and HPV disease.
Officials from a research park in Wroclaw, Poland, have signed an agreement with the University of Louisville to collaborate on research projects that could boost regional economic development for both countries.
The University of Louisville Food Waste Composting Project saved its first raw materials from the landfill in July of 2010.
WinterFest, a series of events to welcome new students to campus and showcase campus activities, begins Monday.
Many Americans think that human trafficking is something that happens only overseas. But a University of Louisville student group hopes that its upcoming conference teaches people that the issue has local implications.
When she learned about a new chance to mentor middle school students, Jasmine Sawyers jumped at it. “It’s just helping kids, period.”
A new treatment that University of Louisville physicians are performing at Jewish Hospital is helping some people with severe aortic stenosis – also known as narrowing of the aortic valve in the heart – who are not well enough to undergo open heart surgery.
Adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) living in family or group homes are less likely to receive routine dental care than those living in institutions, according to University of Louisville School of Dentistry associate professor Catherine Binkley.