UofL researchers developing method to convert carbon dioxide to usable products

Scientists at the University of Louisville received new support for developing a method to sustainably sequester and convert carbon dioxide to valuable products. The...

UofL business students start company to meet demand for comfortable, reusable...

The most successful entrepreneurs will always point to their capacity to recognize opportunity as a fundamental element of their success. Founded by College of...

UofL researchers testing virtual COVID-19 care tool for veterans

Researchers at the University of Louisville are working with the Department of Veterans Affairs on a tool that texts COVID-19 information and advice straight...
The Thinker

Faculty Senate reviews fall 2020 policy recommendations and multi-year diversity report

Faculty Senate met virtually on July 1 via Microsoft Teams. Senators discussed the fall 2020 policy recommendations, results from the provost’s updated diversity report...
Rising senior Arabella Werner is interning with the Kentucky Refugee Ministries.

UofL student refining professional, personal skills during Kentucky Refugee Ministries internship

Rising senior and Prospect, Kentucky, native Arabella Werner is spending her summer interning with Kentucky Refugee Ministries.  KRM is a nonprofit organization in Louisville dedicated...
Students in the UofL Equine Industry Program.

UofL Equine Industry Program, KEEP launch second round of COVID-19 Kentucky Equine Business Impact...

The University of Louisville Equine Industry Program and the Kentucky Equine Education Project (KEEP) have released the second round of their COVID-19 Kentucky Equine...
It wasn't until July 1, 1970, however, when UofL officially entered the state system of higher education.

UofL entered the state system 50 years ago, avoiding a merger with UK

The University of Louisville can trace its roots all the way back to 1798, when eight Louisvillians declared their intention to establish the Jefferson...
UofL's Kent School is part of a new, five-year federal grant to offer a unified care approach to help homeless people experiencing both mental health and substance use issues to find housing and recovery.

UofL Kent School partners with Wellspring to aid homeless Louisvillians

UofL’s Kent School of Social Work is partnering with the nonprofit organization Wellspring on a new, five-year federal grant to offer a unified care...

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