UofL named a ‘transfer-friendly’ institution

In the past five years, an average of more than 1,500 students a year have transferred into the University of Louisville from other institutions. Earlier...

Louisville Teacher Residency program celebrates inaugural graduates and incoming class

After graduation of the inaugural class of students in May, the second group of Louisville Teacher Residency students pick up the baton to begin...

New director of UofL’s Anne Braden Institute wants more people to...

Michael “Brandon” McCormack, has been named director of UofL’s Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research. He is the institute’s first Black director, replacing...
Andrea Heming, who is pursuing a master of science in Social Work degree, also happens to be a Marine Science technician in the Coast Guard Reserves.

UofL social work student balances work as a Coast Guard reservist

Andrea Heming, who is pursuing a master of science in Social Work degree, also happens to be a Marine Science technician in the Coast...
Engineer and Speed School alumnus Gregg Blincoe (Mechanical Engineering, ’15)

UofL Speed School alum part of Jeff Bezos’ historic rocket launch

Engineer and Speed School alumnus Gregg Blincoe (Mechanical Engineering, ’15) remembers how he stayed up late the night before his first co-op assignment began...
Katina Kulow, assistant professor of marketing in the UofL College of Business, found that when consumers attributed human qualities to luck, they more often preferred higher-risk alternatives when making financial decisions. Photo by Anna Shvets from Pexels

When consumers believe humanized ‘Lady Luck’ shares the risk, UofL research shows it can...

When people believe that a humanized “Lady Luck” shares risk with them, they may be more likely to make risky financial decisions, according to...
Bob McGuinn and family, along with Wood E. Currens and wife Jennifer join with faculty and students at a ribbon-cutting ceremony

New lounge and study space opens for UofL dental students

A former bioengineering and biomaterials lab in the lower level of the School of Dentistry has been transformed into a new lounge area and...
UofL Jazz Studies and Universidad El Bosque students

COVID-19 can’t stop the music: UofL Jazz Studies Program continues international collaboration remotely

The University of Louisville Jazz Studies Program refused to let a little thing like a global pandemic interfere with its international collaboration. While COVID-19 shut...

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