The University of Louisville lost a legend this year when Hall of Fame basketball coach Denny Crum passed away. Crum left a legacy larger than himself, having changed not only UofL’s basketball program, but the city of Louisville itself.

Along with a commemorative cover in honor of our esteemed basketball coach, community leader and friend, the summer 2023 edition of UofL Magazine shares stories of other UofL programs and people aiming to alter the way the world works.

Students are engaging in new ways of learning thanks to UofL faculty who are implementing virtual reality into their curriculum and breaking down classroom walls to expand minds.

First-generation students are standing on solid ground with new programming targeted toward supporting their unique needs and talents.

And, clinically speaking, law school students are discovering ways to better their community by providing public aid as part of their own education.

Read these stories and more in the latest issue of UofL Magazine.

Erica Walsh
Erica Walsh is the marketing director for the Office of Communications and Marketing. Her job lets her share UofL’s good news in all avenues of communications including UofL Magazine, advertising, content marketing and branding. Walsh joined UofL in 2014 after previously serving as the public relations specialist at Indiana University Southeast. Prior to her career in higher education communications she was an award-winning newspaper reporter. Red is one of her favorite colors and it’s a good thing, too, because she earned her bachelor’s degree in journalism from Western Kentucky University and her master’s in communication from UofL.