UofL named a ‘Military-Friendly’ institution for the 12th consecutive year

For the 12th consecutive year, UofL has been recognized for its commitment to serving military-connected students by earning “2021-2022 Military Friendly” institution designation. 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...

UofL researchers create framework for optimizing access to and outcomes from...

The University of Louisville Center for Health Organization Transformation (CHOT), a National Science Foundation-funded research center based at the School of Public Health and...
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...
Matthew Cushing, a UofL Master of Arts in Higher Education Administration student and active-duty U.S. Army officer

UofL student uses his Army medical training to rescue injured motorists

Matthew Cushing, a UofL Master of Arts in Higher Education Administration student and active-duty U.S. Army officer, saved motorists injured in a car accident...

President Bendapudi celebrates launch of UofL’s Employee Success Center with Simon Sinek

Earlier this week, President Neeli Bendapudi hosted a virtual fireside chat with special guest Simon Sinek to celebrate the opening of UofL's new Employee...
UofL Health is hosting popup clinics to increase the access of COVID-19 vaccinations for Black Louisvillians.

UofL Health working to solve COVID-19 vaccination gap for Black Louisvillians

Currently, a little over 12% of the American population has received a COVID-19 vaccination. That number drops materially for Black Americans. In Kentucky, for example,...

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