Upon retirement from UofL, Dale Ramsay leaves behind a legacy 41...

Forty-one years of service in the Division of Student Affairs at a major metropolitan university will certainly create a unique perspective. As such, few...

UofL students launch online political review

With politics in the United States seemingly more divided than ever, a group of University of Louisville undergraduate students is focused on closing what...

Morgan Proctor found her home in UofL’s Cardinal Marching Band as...

Morgan Proctor has had a baton in her hands almost as long as she’s known how to walk. The Buffalo, New York, native spent...
Laura Rothstein

Law profession honors UofL’s Laura Rothstein for her work with Central High School

While serving as dean of the Brandeis School of Law in 2001, Laura Rothstein helped initiate a partnership between UofL and Central High School’s...
raiseRED students holding their $507,203.37 total

UofL nursing student Emma Gabbard embodies raiseRED’s ‘for the kids’ motto

If you’ve been involved with UofL for any length of time, you’ve likely heard about raiseRED. The university’s largest student-led fundraiser, culminated by an...
Students walking on campus.

UofL recognized for outstanding commitment to diversity and inclusion

For the eighth year, UofL has been named a recipient of the Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine,...
Dan Popa and other researchers at the Louisville Automation and Robotics Research Institute at the University of Louisville (LARRI) use social robots to focus on treating cognitive impairments in children on the autism spectrum. University of Louisville photo.

University of Louisville opens dedicated space for robotics research, education and collaboration

The Louisville Automation and Robotics Research Institute (LARRI) has opened a 10,000-square-foot space dedicated to research, education and collaboration in automation and robotics on...
Tammy Lawson

After 20 years, Tammy Lawson’s Cardinal Ambassadors have become a big, extended family

Tammy Lawson knows pretty quickly whether or not a student will be a fit for her UofL Ambassador program. The university’s visitor information manager has...

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