The University of Louisville, Blackacre State Nature Preserve & Historic Homestead and the International Order of E.A.R.S. will present the Corn Island Storytelling Festival Oct. 23-24.
Patrisse Cullors, social activist, artist and co-creator of #BlackLivesMatter, will deliver the keynote address during this year’s Pride Week celebration.
Can drama and storytelling help preschoolers be better prepared for kindergarten?
A free UofL conference Oct. 23 and a photography exhibition throughout October will examine the work of noted social documentarian Milton Rogovin as part of the Louisville Photo Biennial festival.
Students who collected meal swipes to feed the homeless and a team that educates vulnerable populations about fire safety were among the winners of UofL’s Seventh Annual Community Engagement Awards.
The University of Louisville and University of Kentucky have announced receipt of a $3.76 million grant to create a national center of excellence in micro/nanotechnology. The highly competitive grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) is one of just 16 awarded to universities across the country. More than 100 colleges and universities competed for the NSF grant.
UofL's 2015 Homecoming Week promises to be a colorful one.
A trail of 11 markers noting downtown Louisville civil rights demonstration spots was dedicated in a Sept. 21 ceremony.
The LGBT Center and the Cardinal Card Office are pleased to announce that starting Sept. 21, students who select a preferred first or middle name in ULink can also have that name listed on the front of their Cardinal Card.
The University of Louisville Geriatrics Symposium, sponsored by the Institute for Sustainable Health & Optimal Aging, is a regional resource for up-to-date training and information regarding the care of older adults. The annual event is part of Optimal Aging Month during September and will be held Friday, Sept. 18, from 7:30 a.m.-4:45 p.m. at the Founders Building on UofL’s Shelbyhurst campus, 312 N. Whittington Parkway.
A scholar who works on decoding civilization’s earliest forms of writing will speak Sept. 24 at the University of Louisville about new clues into ancient life.
The University of Louisville on Sept. 17 presented Muhammad Ali with the inaugural Grawemeyer Spirit Award in a public ceremony at the Louisville Palace attended by nearly 1,000.
The University of Louisville is ready to implement its 21st Century Initiative and fight for state funding in the upcoming legislative session, UofL President James Ramsey said Sept. 16 in his 12th annual State of the University address.
The University of Louisville renamed its Freedom Park to honor the school’s first African-American faculty member.
Local artists Joan Shelley and Elephant Micah will perform at WFPK’s “Live Lunch” program at the Red Barn Friday, Sept. 18.
Political strategist Donna Brazile will be a featured speaker at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the National Association of Medical Minority Educators Inc. (NAMME), hosted by the University of Louisville Sept. 16-20. The conference will be held at the Hyatt Regency Louisville, 311 S. 4th St.
A Fort Thomas, Ky., native and May 2015 UofL graduate has won a prestigious Fulbright award to teach in Brazil. Lora Danielle Robinette, who earned degrees in Spanish and political science from the College of Art and Sciences, is UofL’s 10th Fulbright scholar this year.
The UofL chapter of Habitat for Humanity is ready to nail down its most significant accomplishment to date.
In patients with rapid-cycling bipolar disorder, antidepressants can increase incidents of depression and mood cycling. Rif S. El-Mallakh, M.D., director of the Mood Disorders Clinical and Research Program at the University of Louisville, along with Nassir Ghaemi, M.D., of Tufts University and other researchers, conducted the first randomized clinical trial that analyzes how modern antidepressants affect patients with rapid-cycling (RC) bipolar disorder (BD).