UofL receives $2 million grant to help minority-owned manufacturers adopt 3D...

The University of Louisville has received a five-year grant totaling $2 million to help minority-owned manufacturing businesses adopt additive manufacturing and 3D printing technology. The...

UofL Health, Kindred break ground on new rehab hospital

UofL Health and Kindred Healthcare on Monday broke ground on UofL Health – Frazier Rehabilitation Hospital – Brownsboro, a new 40-bed inpatient rehabilitation hospital. The...

University Club reopens on Belknap Campus with a new look

When the pandemic forced the University Club on Belknap Campus to close in March 2020, the effect was devastating. The club, which for three...
Students walk to class in the winter

Preliminary strategies to address 2025 demographic cliff shared with UofL’s Staff Senate

UofL’s Staff Senate met Nov. 9 via Microsoft Teams. Staff senators received updates on student enrollment and graduation rates, the projected 2025 demographic cliff,...
Belknap campus fall

Pentagon partners with UofL to expand defense innovation

The University of Louisville and the U.S. Department of Defense’s National Security Innovation Network (NSIN) have entered into an agreement that solidifies collaboration among DoD end-users,...
Ashley Barnette

UofL public health student works to create a better world through activism

Ashley Barnette learned how to enact change through activism in high school and it has stuck with her through college. The UofL junior from...
Campus in the middle of fall

UofL’s Faculty Senate informed of COVID-19 vaccine mandate for federal contractors

UofL’s Faculty Senate held its latest meeting Nov. 3, with updates on student enrollment, university endowments, a recent federal COVID-19 mandate that applies to...
Woman Stands Shining, Dine Navajo elder wisdom keeper, at the 2019 Festival on Faiths. -Photo by John Nation

UofL to address faith and race as part of the annual Festival of Faiths

Systemic racism in America and the hostile public discourse on social justice issues fuel the trauma of oppression experienced by many in our community....

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