UofL’s fairness retrospective exhibit showcases inspirational LGBTQ+ history

In the lower level of the University of Louisville Ekstrom Library archives is a little-known treasure trove – the Williams Nichols collection, one of...

UofL selects fourth cohort of ‘ascending star’ researchers

A University of Louisville program meant to help ‘ascending star’ faculty shine even brighter has named nine researchers and scholars to its fourth cohort. Through...

UofL’s Juneteenth lecture series addresses past, present and future of racial...

Juneteenth, short for June Nineteenth, marks the day in 1865 when the enslaved persons in Texas and other southern states were finally free -...
Center for Engaged Learning

New program offers funding to UofL students pursuing unpaid internships

To open the door to more learning opportunities that may otherwise not be affordable, the University of Louisville’s Center for Engaged Learning is offering...
Hector Gomez, his mother Joni Goodin (UofL class of '82), his Aunt Theresa (UofL class of '86) and his grandmother.

From UofL’s Cardinal Marching Band to U.S. Army intelligence analyst

A lifelong University of Louisville fan who first began his journey at UofL in 2016 will be graduating next year with a degree in...
Kentucky state educational leaders announced the Kentucky Reading Research Center to be led by UofL’s College of Education and Human Development. Left to right, top row: Incoming Commissioner of Education Robbie Fletcher, Sen. Stephen West, Rep. James Tipton and Bourbon County Superintendent Larry Begley. Left to right, front row: KDE Chief Academic Officer Micki Ray, Interim Commissioner of Education Robin Fields Kinney, Kentucky Reading Research Center Director and CEHD Interim Dean Amy Lingo and UofL Provost Gerry Bradley. Photo by Crystal Sicard, Kentucky Department of Education.

UofL College of Education & Human Development to create state reading research center

By Jennifer Recktenwald The Kentucky Department of Education (KDE) has tapped UofL’s College of Education and Human Development (CEHD) to create the Kentucky Reading Research Center,...
Shraddha Patel smiles outside the Cultural and Equity Center building on campus

Shraddha Patel awarded prestigious FAO Schwarz Fellowship, a first for UofL

Shraddha Patel, a recent graduate of the University of Louisville, has been named a 2024 recipient of the FAO Schwarz Fellowship and is the...
UofL researchers rediscovered the rare (and tiny) beetle, Limulodes paradoxus, in the UofL-owned Horner Bird and Wildlife Sanctuary.

Biology students discover rare beetle in UofL’s own backyard

Stumbling upon a creature not witnessed in almost a century, University of Louisville graduate student Kane Lawhorn, undergraduate students Ignatius Wirasakti and Emma Jones...

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