The Frazier History Museum has brought Leonardo Da Vinci to Louisville. And UofL employees can see the world's most comprehensive exhibit about the brilliant inventor, artist and philosopher for free Tuesday and Wednesday, June 7 and 8
In the fall semester of 2010, UofL took one of its latest and most far-reaching steps in sustainability by forming its first Committee on Socially Responsible Investing (SRI).
Blake Haselton, interim dean of the University of Louisville College of Education and Human Development, will stay in that post through 2014.
Sodexo Dining Services at the University of Louisville is offering a free lunch to 107 soldiers and their families before the troops head to Iraq in June as part of Operation New Dawn.
When such major sporting events come to Louisville as the May 26-29 Senior PGA Championship at Valhalla Golf Club, students in the University of Louisville’s sport administration program get a chance to gain real-world sport industry experience.
Human Resources reminds faculty and staff participating in the tuition remission program that proposed changes have received preliminary approval from the Finance Committee of the Board of Trustees and will go before the full board June 11 for final review.
(Editor's Note: Because it was so well-received on its opening day, June 3, this exhibit's end date has been extended to June 10.)
The late University of Louisville surgery professor Harold Berg created intricate mosaics which included hidden baby teeth of his children and grandchildren.
A donation from a University of Louisville alumna will fund an innovative program to enhance the training and knowledge of nurses at University of Louisville Hospital's dedicated stroke unit.
The votes are in, and the movies are set.
Nearly five years ago, Rob Summers was left paralyzed below the chest after being struck by a vehicle.
Some of the nation’s leading classic guitarists will gather May 26-30 for the UofL Guitar Festival and Competition at the University of Louisville School of Music.
As the days grow longer and warmer, many of us will begin to spend more time outdoors. Yet, excessive sun exposure without proper protection can bring an end to any fun in the sun. Find out what you need to know about sun safety and skin cancer.
“So come on, get up on your bike: Pedal on, pedal on, pedal on, pedal on for miles. Pedal on.”*
Two University of Louisville students have been awarded Barry M. Goldwater scholarships for the 2011-2012 academic year.
Low-income seniors will have help purchasing fresh, nutritious home grown fruits and vegetables at the Gray Street Farmers Market, scheduled to run Thursdays, May 19-Oct. 27 in the 400 block of East Gray Street.
The Saturday Academy, a University of Louisville-organized community enrichment program, will celebrate its 20th anniversary with a June 3 gala fundraiser and program at the Muhammad Ali Center, 144 N. Sixth St.
The UofL Board of Trustees Finance and Personnel committees on May 12 approved employee benefits changes that will result in monetary savings that can be put toward faculty and staff salary increases.
The adage “out of sight, out of mind” doesn’t apply to University of Louisville history professor John Cumbler.
It took only a campus visit for Tracey Walterbusch to know she wanted to attend the University of Louisville for her master’s education.