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The University of Louisville wants to make it easier for faculty, staff and students to eat locally grown foods.
The University of Louisville School of Public Health and Information Sciences (SPHIS) will receive more than $800,000 over the next two years to help Louisville in its goals to prevent and reduce obesity.
Dale Billingsley, vice provost for undergraduate affairs at the University of Louisville and a longtime faculty member in the English department, received one of 10 Outstanding First-Year Student Advocate awards given by the National Resource Center for the First-Year Experience at its annual conference in February.
The University of Louisville and Jewish Hospital are joining together May 4 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the "Flexner Report," written by Louisville's native son Abraham Flexner.
Stuck waiting for the train to pass or construction crews at Warnock?
The cultural differences between patients and their health care providers can play an important role in patient care.
Students taking a course this week at the University of Louisville-based National Crime Prevention Institute were able to test their new skills March 17 in a field exercise in the Smoketown-Shelby Park neighborhood.
More than 200 UofL faculty and staff have pledged to lose 3,668 pounds to help feed hungry people in the United States.
During her lifetime, Grace Marilynn James, a pediatrician and former faculty member at the University of Louisville School of Medicine, broke down barriers.
The University of Louisville's Ekstrom Library will be closed Saturday, March 20, for maintenance to the electrical system.
Every two minutes someone is sexually assaulted in the United States.
University of Louisville College of Business students have taken top honors in two regional contests this month, one rewarding ideas to create innovative businesses and another recognizing ideas on how to improve the security of business computers.
University of Louisville freshman Ethan Bennett picked up a shopping bag full of sweet potatoes and placed it in a cardboard box for one of the 300 or so people who picked up food from the Dare to Care Mobile Food Bank at Catholic Charities on March 16.
When a pandemic attack or natural disaster happens, some chaos seems inevitable.
The prospect of a partnership with the University of Louisville was a major factor in the decision of a long-term care company to relocate its headquarters to Louisville.