UofL's Army ROTC Cardinal Battalion cadets run across the field at a recent football game. This fall, UofL was named a military friendly university for the eighth year in a row.

UofL is leading the way in providing access to education to our entire community, from teaching soldiers at Fort Knox leadership skills to bringing Louisville’s literature lovers one step closer to Shakespeare’s original works. Read about the university’s latest efforts in the fall 2016 UofL magazine. Feature stories include:

General Studies: See the far-reaching impact of the premier programs and services UofL has created for U.S. military members and veterans.

Bringing the Bard to the Bluegrass: UofL collaborates with community arts and cultural partners to put on a city-wide celebration of all things Shakespeare.

Domo Arigato, Dr. Roboto: UofL’s Dan Popa and his research team are pioneering robotics technologies that could provide needed assistance for healthcare facilities.

Labor of Love: Dental grad honors veteran father: James Wheeler, 73DMD, has brought the same passion he uses in dentistry to a small museum in his basement dedicated to his father and World War II.

The full issue of UofL Magazine, including alumni and campus news, is also available online.  

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.