President Bendapudi recognized for contributions to higher education

In honor of Women's History Month, the publication "Diverse: Issues in Higher Education" has published its annual report recognizing women's contributions to higher education.  UofL...

UofL medical students encourage youth affected by violence to become future...

High rates of violence have plagued Louisville in recent years, escalating sharply in 2020. Students in the UofL School of Medicine are working to...

Speed School alumna has blazed a trail for women engineers

For more than 25 years, Speed School alumna Marcia Brey has forged an impressive career path at GE Appliances. In her latest promotion to...
Heart slices in the physiological biomimetic culture system

UofL heart technology goes head-to-head with other innovations in bracket competition

A University of Louisville technology that could give researchers a longer window to test new medicines on human tissue samples is going head-to-head with...
Archived photo of the Kentucky Women's Book Festival in 2020.

Kentucky women authors to share stories of struggle and hope during 15th annual festival

A thoughtful commentary on the segregation of swimming pools and stereotypes of African Americans and swimming is told through one young woman’s journey, from...
UofL cheerleaders, 1959. Photo courtesy of UofL Archives and Special Collections.

A look back at UofL’s women’s history

In 1907, UofL’s College of Liberal Arts opened on West Broadway, offering more than a dozen departments and admitting “both ladies and gentlemen.” The...
UofL alumna Taléa Drummer-Ferrell ’08

UofL alumna named Kent State’s first Black female dean of students

UofL alumna Taléa Drummer-Ferrell ’08, Kent State University’s first Black female dean of students, credits UofL Dean of Students Michael Mardis and other Cardinals...
Demetria Miles-McDonald ’11, founder and CEO of Decide Diversity

UofL alumna’s diversity training and consulting work has become more personal

For Demetria Miles-McDonald ’11, her mission has never been more important than it is now. With the tragic deaths of Breonna Taylor and George Floyd...

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