UofL’s Hackathon offers a look at ‘cities of the future’

  What does the city of the future look like?   Well, it's smart. Really smart — sort of like the students who participated in the DerbyHacks...

Chinese language minor gives UofL students new opportunities in globalized world

Of the 7.2 billion people on Earth, 14 percent speak Mandarin Chinese and an additional six percent speak another dialect of Chinese. And there...

Twelve UofL scholars are semifinalists for Fulbright

A dozen UofL students and alumni are in the homestretch as they vie for a prestigious 2017-2018 Fulbright scholarship. The scholars have reached semifinalist status,...
Blue of L Day is March 3. Dress in blue for Colon Cancer Awareness Month.

UofL goes blue for a day to raise colon cancer awareness

This Friday, March 3, UofL employees are asked to do something that may make some Cardinals cringe: Wear blue. But there is a worthy...
Left to right: Rachel Howard, Sarah Frankel, and Jessica Petrey of University Libraries; Dr. Julio Ramirez, Dr. Bill Mattingly, Kimberley Buckner, and Matt Grassman of Division of Infectious Diseases.

New peer-reviewed journal available in ThinkIR

Most peer-reviewed academic journals are subscription-based: some require high fees from academic libraries and their institutions, while others charge authors directly if they want...
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UofL’s School of Dentistry boasts top 15 national ranking in research dollars

Thanks to a growing research enterprise, the University of Louisville School of Dentistry ranks 13th nationally in the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial...
The 2017 total is the most the group has ever raised for the 18-hour dance marathon. The money goes toward pediatric cancer research at UofL.

raiseRED collects $459,402 for pediatric cancer research and support at UofL

After 18 hours straight in their dancing shoes, more than 1,000 UofL students had one last dance to go to see if their pleas to...
Photo from Project HEAL by Tyrone Turner, courtesy of Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

Public health and local art leaders collaborate to improve community health

Solving complex social and health issues through arts and culture is the goal of a collaboration between UofL’s Commonwealth Institute of Kentucky and IDEAS...

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