UofL student-athletes lead Power 5 schools for community service

University of Louisville athletics generated more hours of community service during the 2019-20 academic year than any other power five school.   This announcement, which came...

Programs serving moms in recovery focus of new UofL study

A University of Louisville study will evaluate how health care, public health and social services organizations are working together to improve the health and...

UofL-born startup helps companies understand and improve cultural well-being

A new University of Louisville research-born startup is helping companies assess and improve organizational culture and drive innovation — even while navigating the myriad...
Montray Smith, MSN, MPH, RN, LHRM, assistant professor in the School of Nursing

UofL faculty member selected to Beth Israel Deaconess Disaster Nursing Fellowship

Montray Smith, assistant professor in the School of Nursing, has been selected to the Beth Israel Deaconess Disaster Nursing Fellowship (Harvard Initiatives). The one-year...
UofL is one of the nation's top schools for recycling.

UofL places first in state and top 10 nationally in annual recycling competition

UofL competed with 300 colleges and universities across the nation in the 2020 RecycleMania Tournament and achieved impressive sustainability results. This annual challenge for higher...
Students on campus.

UofL plans ‘phased transition’ back to campus

Today, UofL President Neeli provided an update on what the campus community can expect for the fall 2020 semester. Her message in its entirety...
Twenty UofL students were able to work on an interior design project for Camp Restoration, a community for homeless veterans set to open next year.

UofL interior design students gain experience through homeless veterans project

In the fall of 2019, Valerie Fuchs, a part-time professor at the Hite Art Institute in UofL’s Department of Fine Arts, tasked her interior...
Figure 2, page 14 : Number of active hospitalizations in Jefferson County, KY, by May 6, 2020 (the county’s median length of stay in hospital is used in the calculations)

UofL report shows COVID-19 hospitalizations plateau in Louisville

More precise data has informed a second modeling study produced by the University of Louisville School of Public Health and Information Sciences (SPHIS) and...

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