So to speak Linguist’s quest to share native language is personal, professional
A mother reading a bedtime story to her child is a universal image that evokes a nostalgic smile. But what if that woman could not...
Julio Ramirez, M.D., right, in the UofL infectious diseases laboratory
Facing down infectious disease
Addressing the novel coronavirus global pandemic may be a recent challenge, but managing the impact of diseases threatening human health is nothing new for...
Grawemeyer Hall
UofL professors educating Kentucky’s teachers on big data, computer science
Two University of Louisville professors hope their summer spent educating educators has a ripple effect on students throughout Kentucky public schools. Professors Stephanie Philipp from...
Student Spotlight: Lekha Devara
Medical student Lekha Devara believes in taking steps — including dancing steps — to share her culture and to make UofL more inclusive. Devara, of Louisville, spent much of...
Country First, Cards Forever Fall 2016 UofL Magazine shows how the university educates our nation's bravest and brightest
UofL is leading the way in providing access to education to our entire community, from teaching soldiers at Fort Knox leadership skills to bringing...
Power of Truth: Restoring community connections Another UofL effort toward violence prevention
The University of Louisville is working with incarcerated youth to prepare them to successfully return to the community and to reduce their risk for...
Anatomy of a Solar Eclipse
Greatest two minutes in astronomy: Space interest hoped to fuel science literacy
Whether it’s a solar eclipse or the controversy over Pluto’s classification as a planet, when the public gets intrigued by astronomical news, scientists relish...
The Optimal Aging Clinic
Empowered to flourish Clinic celebrates a year of improving senior health care and rejuvenating the aging experience
Most people look forward to their golden years as a stress-free time to enjoy life. Too often, however, navigating health care challenges can add...
Inside the Oval
Dear friends and alumni of UofL, I am often asked, “Are you off for the summer?”. While many of our undergraduate students are gone for the summer, and our faculty have a few weeks when they are not in the classroom, summer at the University of Louisville is often a busy time of change.
Training for tragedy Madison Kommor began a first-of-its-kind program for future medical students to prep for disaster
When the first explosions and gunshots echoed across UofL’s Health Sciences Center, fourth-year medical student Madison Kommor almost forgot they were simulated. The sounds...