UofL hosts Fortune 500 executives for Innovative Partnership Program

Nearly 20 top executives from some of the world’s largest companies visited the Cardiovascular Innovation Institute, Micro/Nano Technology Center, FirstBuild, and the Additive Manufacturing Competency...

UofL team helps develop safe drinking water tool for those in...

Entire neighborhoods were leveled. Everywhere, there was debris, mud and water — though, none you could drink.  That’s what Mark Hogg, CEO and founder of...

UofL law grad helped found Memorial Day

The following story was originally published on May 25, 2005. It has been slightly modified.  As dignitaries gather at Arlington National Cemetery and towns across...
Last weekend, UofL’s Youth Violence Prevention Research Center (YVPRC), an entity of the School of Public Health and Information Sciences, kicked off a three-year social norming campaign aimed at reducing youth violence.

UofL kicks off youth violence prevention campaign

UofL’s Youth Violence Prevention Research Center (YVPRC), an entity of the School of Public Health and Information Sciences, kicked off a three-year social norming...
Dawne Gee spoke at the fifth annual Women's Leadership Conference about the power of a positive attitude.

Dawne Gee encourages positive thinking during Women’s Leadership Conference

About 50 UofL employees attended the Pathways Women’s Leadership Conference May 19, the fifth year for the event sponsored by the Commission on the...
The first phase of the go365 rollout is currently underway.

Employees to migrate to new email platform

University of Louisville employees will have their email accounts migrate from Microsoft Exchange Outlook to Microsoft's Office365 Outlook within the next few months and...

Blast off: UofL’s rocket team wins NASA competition

The University of Louisville’s rocket team, River City Rocketry, has always done well at the annual NASA Student Launch challenge held at NASA’s Marshall...
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Rasheda Ali joins the fight to knock out Parkinson’s disease

Rasheda Ali has made it her mission to help people better understand and manage Parkinson’s disease, a condition her father, Muhammad Ali, battled for...

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