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Wastewater samples taken by Louisville/Jefferson County Metropolitan Sewer District. Photo courtesy MSD.
UofL wastewater testing identifies new COVID-19 strain before traditional testing
Attention news media: Download video and photos to accompany this story here. LOUISVILLE, Ky. – University of Louisville research that uses wastewater to monitor...
Company leaders should Reset, Restart, Recalibrate and Reinvent when preparing to reopen. Photo by Thirdman from Pexels
UofL researcher creates roadmap for post-pandemic return to the office Four-step framework of Reset, Restart, Recalibrate and Reinvent outlines major leadership considerations for companies preparing to reopen
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A University of Louisville researcher has developed a roadmap he hopes will set companies up for success in bringing employees who...
Louisville resident and podcaster A. Dale Josey is a participant in the UofL Post-COVID-19 Research Clinic
UofL Post COVID-19 Research Clinic documents long-term effects of infection Study adds to knowledge of how COVID-19 affects people over time
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – When Sophie Fritschner came down with COVID-19 on New Year’s Eve, she had a low-grade fever, cough and body aches. It...
The Minerva in front of the oval where Grawemeyer Hall sits
UofL announces new Diversity Leadership & Emerging Leader Alumni Awards Public nominations for awards extended through May 7
Each year the University of Louisville and Louisville Alumni office honor distinguished graduates who are exemplary ambassadors for the university at an annual homecoming...
UofL Trager Institute and Republic Bank Foundation Optimal Aging Clinic
Republic Bank Foundation Optimal Aging Clinic recognized as an age-friendly health system
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The Republic Bank Foundation Optimal Aging Clinic at the University of Louisville Trager Institute has been recognized as an Age-Friendly Health...
Paula Bates
UofL receives grant to launch COVID-19 tech accelerator University seeks ideas from community partners to fulfill unmet needs through grant
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The University of Louisville has received $750,000 from the U.S. Economic Development Administration to launch a new program aimed at solving...
Toyota investing $1.7 million to help diversify engineering workforce New scholarship program to increase equitable access to engineering degrees for minority students
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – One of the world’s largest automakers is teaming up with the University of Louisville and two other institutions of higher education...
The Leadership Amplifier smartphone app was developed by the Project on Positive Leadership at the UofL College of Business
Need to develop leadership skills? There’s a new app for that! UofL College of Business launches Leadership Amplifier smartphone app
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Positive leadership – leading with courage, compassion, integrity and humility – is a skill that is strengthened with practice. The Project on...
UofL junior wins Kentucky’s only 2021 Truman Scholarship
April 15, 2021 LOUISVILLE, Ky. – University of Louisville junior Lexi Raikes has won Kentucky’s only Harry S. Truman Scholarship for 2021. The award, valued at $30,000,...
Troy R. Henderson Sr., Louisville/Jefferson County Metropolitan Sewer District water quality engineer. Photo courtesy MSD.
UofL receives $8.6 million for COVID-19 wastewater research Findings could lead to public health breakthrough for monitoring pandemics
Attention news media: Download video and photos to accompany this story here. LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The University of Louisville has received $8.6 million from...