Students opening on-campus food pantry to address food insecurity

The Cardinal Cupboard food pantry, a sustainability and social justice initiative of Student Involvement addressing campus food insecurity, will open Jan. 31 in the...

Louisville Visual Art honors UofL artists, educators

Louisville Visual Art has announced its annual Louisville Visual Art Honors, the organization’s highly coveted awards, with all of the recipients having strong UofL ties.  Grant...

UofL’s MLK Scholars keep the dream alive

When senior Elizabeth Peña was a high school student, she got an email about UofL’s MLK Scholar program. As it turns out, that email...
The Louisville Free Public Library's short course, “Social Justice Movements: Past and Present,” features six scholars from UofL’s College of Arts and Sciences, Brandeis School of Law and the School of Public Health.

UofL professors take their expertise to the public as part of MyLibraryU program

Several University of Louisville professors are taking their expertise to the public early this semester as invited participants in Louisville Free Public Library’s MyLibraryU. "The...
The Meet the Professors luncheon lecture series at the University Club highlights the expertise of College of Arts and Sciences faculty.

A&S professors share history’s impact on present

University of Louisville professors lecturing in a public, monthly series this semester will examine how history affects the present in their wide-ranging fields of...

UofL parking strategy presented to Faculty Senate

The Faculty Senate opened its January meeting with a memorial to law professor Laurence Knowles, who passed away on Oct. 17. Knowles served on...

UofL expands out-of-state scholarship program

UofL has expanded its Regional Scholars Program to include Evansville and Indianapolis, boosting the total number of targeted regions to seven. The expansion is...
From left: UofL's Dr. Marty O'Toole, Qualigen CEO Michael Poirier, and UofL's Dr. Paula Bates.

UofL cancer-targeting technology licensed to California medical company

California-based medical device company, Qualigen Inc., has licensed a drug technology developed at the University of Louisville that uses tiny, DNA-coated gold nanoparticles to...

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