UofL alumnus uses law degree for TV
Bryant Smith works with celebrities but is humbled by his past and grateful for the opportunities that enabled him to pursue entertainment law. During his...
cover of the spring 2019 issue of UofL Magazine featuring patient Jeff Marquis in a wheelchair
Walking away from impossible: UofL Magazine features first paralyzed patients to take steps after spinal cord injuries
After significant therapy at UofL, Jeff Marquis and Kelly Thomas took their first steps after suffering traumatic spinal cord injuries, making history and bringing...
Jeff Marquis uses horizontal poles to help him balance during therapy in the hallway of Frazier Rehab Institute. He is assisted by Curtis Standafer.
Walking away from impossible UofL patients with complete spinal cord injuries are the first in the world to walk again
Suspended over a moving treadmill at UofL’s Kentucky Spinal Cord Injury Research Center, Jeff Marquis’ feet and legs were led in stepping motions by...
Chris Bird and Kavonte Jones with luggage in front of the Thinker statue on UofL's campus
Choosing their own adventure For 10 years, the Brown Fellows program has provided select students the freedom to explore their ambitions
Like many high school graduates, Chris Bird ’18 stood at the precipice of adulthood, preparing to make the jump into college and asking himself,...
UofL's Marty O'Toole, Qualigen CEO Michael Poirier and UofL's Paula Bates in a lab examining a test tube
Innovation in action Advancing big ideas from brainstorms into being
Universities are a place for big ideas. They’re where people push boundaries, make discoveries and expand human understanding of the world and their place...
Professors Chi Li and Kavitha Yaddanapudi, co-inventors of a cancer vaccine, in white coats testing chemicals in a lab.
Moving closer to cancer prevention
UofL faculty are making headway in the fight against cancer, particularly in conquering the disease before it even occurs. Two research teams have made recent discoveries...
Kent School faculty Emma Sterrett-Hong and Maurice Gattis stand in a room of the soon-to-be opened Sweet Evening Breeze homeless shelter for LGBT youth.
Sheltering the vulnerable
Spurred to combat homelessness, several UofL faculty and alumni are putting their professional and academic expertise to work in new ventures to serve people who...
Becky Steele stands in front of equipment at False Idols Brewery.
Astrophysics with a side of ale
Becky Steele was young when her mother bought her that first telescope. It was “an accessible lab,” allowing her to explore the universe without leaving...
Teaching the teachers
Students in the College of Education and Human Development get valu-able, hands-on training in UofL’s five Signature Partnership Initiative (SPI) schools. These students not only...
Student Spotlight: Mr. and Ms. Cardinal Masden Griffiths and Chris Tipton
Seniors Chris Tipton and Masden Griffiths are the 2019 Mr. and Ms. Cardinal. The honor is granted to two students every year for embodying...