Imagine an animal that is about the size of a shrew – 4 to 6 inches long – and with extremely long canine teeth, a narrow muzzle and a short, rounded skull.
President. Provost, vice president, dean, professor, manager, director. As much as these titles describe and apply to the work that happens at the University of Louisville, they don’t get to the essence of what makes UofL unique — its people.
How does a large institution like UofL balance environmental, social and economic stewardship to become more sustainable? The question is complex and the answers aren’t clear cut. But we are on our way toward answering it.
From inventor Benjamin Franklin to activist Anne Braden, the local Day of the Dead celebration honors special people whose influence spread far beyond their lifetimes.
America’s political leaders need to “recognize that common ground and compromise are not the same things” and work together to address the economic and other challenges that the United States faces.
This event is right up there with Homecoming as a valued University of Louisville tradition.
University of Louisville students and employees braved the chilling October air to help plant 25 trees on Belknap Campus Oct. 28.
Daniel Ulmer, owner of the Louisville Bats baseball franchise and former chairman and CEO of PNC Bank, Kentucky, credits lessons learned at the University of Louisville as the foundation that has guided him through his career.
Public health doctoral students at the University of Louisville are researching the role of genetics, lifestyle and environment on breast cancer in minority women.
University of Louisville Libraries will celebrate the publication of a new biography of William Marshall Bullitt with an exhibit, reception with author Mark Davis and book-signing Nov. 7.
When the Fulbright Program was established in 1946, it was meant to be transformative, and I have now experienced firsthand the full meaning of that word.
When people of a certain age hear the song phrase “Day-O, Day-O,” the singer Harry Belafonte immediately comes to mind.
The third annual Floyd Theater French Film Festival will bring five contemporary French films to the big screen between Nov. 3 and 18, four of which have never been screened in Louisville.
Charlie Moyer has announced he will step down as dean of the University of Louisville’s College of Business in July 2013.
Author Iyanla Vanzant, founder and executive director of Inner Visions International and the Inner Visions Institute for Spiritual Development, will speak on campus Nov. 1.
“Understanding and Coping with Grief” will be the topic of the University of Louisville’s Depression Center’s Fifth Annual Depression Conference Thursday, Oct. 27.
George J. Howe and Red Barn have been synonymous for many years, but now Howe’s name is synonymous with something else - being an ally to lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) students at the University of Louisville.
“Community service is in our DNA.” That is what University of Louisville President James Ramsey affirmed at the presentation of the UofL Community Engagement Awards Oct. 20.
Churchill Downs Inc., will be the first tenant in the new office building going up at ShelbyHurst Office and Research Park development on the University of Louisville’s Shelby Campus.
Arizona State University professor David William Foster will talk about “Founding Latin American Women Photographers” during the University of Louisville's 10th annual Latin American and Latino Studies Heritage Lecture Oct. 26.