University of Louisville alumnus Jeff Bohr's life is ruled by several passions: devotion to his son Nicholas; his love of sports and all things UofL; and his resolve to make the world a better place for children with autism, a long-term developmental disability that affects individuals' ability to communicate and interact with others.
The University of Louisville has hired one of the nation's most respected defensive coaches to head the Cardinal football program.
Diane Nichols, associate dean of libraries operations and director of the William F. Ekstrom Library, has been named interim dean of University Libraries at the University of Louisville.
Two programs about the Grawemeyer Awards - one for a statewide television audience and another for a national radio audience - will air this week.
Although medicine is known as the art and science of healing, the emphasis in medical school typically is on science.
As offices begin to decorate for the holidays University of Louisville Fire Marshal Dwain Archer reminds everyone of fire safety habits and UofL policy and urges people to think green.
Twenty-three Lebanese police officers are headed home with memories, certificates, gifts, photos and shopping finds - but their most important souvenirs of a month at UofL will be the skills of community policing.
UofL's Campus Health Services will offer the free 2009 H1N1 (swine flu) vaccine to students, faculty and staff on Monday, Dec. 7, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Miller Information Technology Center on the lower level (just outside of the McAlister's).
Teaching young people how to appreciate and engage in religious diversity is critical to achieving peace and security in the world, says the winner of the 2010 Louisville Grawemeyer Award in Religion.
Eighteen University of Louisville students retreated to Bagdad, Ky., the weekend before Thanksgiving to learn to communicate better across cultures – a skill that is essential in today’s world – and to kick off the new Global Leaders Program, which will explore the tools UofL's international students need to become tomorrow's global leaders.
Having a high IQ and good standardized test scores doesn't guarantee that you will make good decisions, says the winner of the 2010 University of Louisville Grawemeyer Award in Education.
(Editor's Note: Green Scene is a monthly column on sustainable activities at UofL by the faculty, staff and students responsible for them.)
A scientist who broadened the understanding of how we experience pain – and ways we can control and relieve it – has won the 2010 University of Louisville Grawemeyer Award for Psychology.
Improving relations between Iran and Israel is the key to achieving lasting peace in the Middle East, says the winner of the 2010 University of Louisville Grawemeyer Award for Ideas Improving World Order.
“Spheres,” a six-movement work for orchestra by German composer York Hoeller, has earned the 2010 University of Louisville Grawemeyer Award for Music Composition.
Nearly 100 lung cancer researchers from the University of Louisville and the University of Kentucky put distance and team loyalties aside Saturday, Nov. 21, to build collaborations aimed at developing better prevention, detection and treatment techniques for the disease that causes the most cancer deaths in Kentucky and in the United States.
Servers crash. Computer hardware and software fail. Electronic files disappear.
The late 1990s were pivotal for the University of Louisville and set the school on a new course.
University of Louisville President James Ramsey calls her "our rock star." But most folks across the globe now will know Monica Marks as "Rhodes Scholar."