About 50 students, alumni and fans of the University of Louisville and University of Miami came together Dec. 28 not to toss verbal jabs at each other, but to work together on a service project in Orlando.
Nearly 800 scholars participated in commencement Dec. 19 as they made the final transition from student to graduate.
University of Louisville professor Daya Singh Sandhu has been selected to receive the prestigious 2014 Hind Rattan Award at a Jan. 25 ceremony in New Delhi, India.
Graduate student Sadiatu Musah found her home at UofL and the School of Public Heath and Information Sciences.
The silos property between Interstate 65 and South Floyd Street will soon have a new owner – the University of Louisville Foundation.
Helping a community partner in its typhoon rescue work, 34 University of Louisville students hauled health-preserving cargo along on their International Service Learning Program trip to Cebu City, Philippines, this month.
Iowa State University graduate student Geetha Iyer won the 2013 Calvino Prize, an annual fiction competition sponsored by the University of Louisville’s creative writing program.
More than 1,200 students are expected to graduate from the University of Louisville this semester and 825 of those scholars will participate in Dec. 19 commencement ceremonies at the KFC Yum! Center.
As the adage goes, “Where there’s a will, there’s a way.”
Before the University of Louisville football team faces the University of Miami Dec. 28 at the Russell Athletic Bowl in Orlando, fans from both teams can join forces for a good cause.
University of Louisville Physicians-Pediatrics has opened a pediatric multi-specialty office in Brownsboro Crossing shopping center, in Norton Medical Plaza II, across from Kosair Children’s Medical Center-Brownsboro.
American evangelical practices of prayer can train the mind to experience God, says the winner of the 2014 Louisville Grawemeyer Award in Religion.
When dozens of fourth-grade students from two local elementary schools arrived at the Rauch Planetarium Dec. 2, they were invited to walk down a red carpet amid applause and enjoy the “paparazzi” flash of cameras.
Education historian Diane Ravitch once supported education reform, but now she sees it as a series of “mistaken policies” that have corrupted public schools.
Announcements included in the Dec. 4, 2013 UofL Today email.
A California scholar who proposed that emotions play an integral role in human reasoning and decision-making has won the 2014 University of Louisville Grawemeyer Award for Psychology.
In “The Peace of Wild Things,” poet Wendell Berry writes,
A book explaining why nuclear weapons programs in many developing nations have been prone to inefficiency and failure has won the 2014 University of Louisville Grawemeyer Award for Ideas Improving World Order.
“On the Guarding of the Heart,” a piece for chamber orchestra by Serbian-born composer Djuro Zivkovic (joo-ROH’ zhiv-KOH’-veetz), has won the 2014 University of Louisville Grawemeyer Award for Music Composition.
UofL’s Kent School of Social Work is partnering in a new, federally funded collaboration intended to improve the behavior and treatment of children in the state’s child welfare system.