The University of Louisville is teaming up with business leaders to launch the Artificial Intelligence Innovation Consortium, a first-of-its kind alliance for the city.
UofL’s future-minded work in the spotlight
UofL has been generating a lot of attention of late for its future-minded initiatives. In fact, two recent UofL efforts were recently featured in...
Co-Immunity Project testing site
COVID-19 rates continue to increase, with highest rates among 18-34-year-olds Overall mid-December infection levels highest so far, antibody rates show 1 in 10 have been exposed to virus
The steady increase of coronavirus infections throughout Jefferson County has been confirmed by a new round of testing by the Co-Immunity Project. The recent...
The University of Louisville Police Department has a tip sheet for students, faculty and staff to remain safe.
UofL Staff Senate receives updates from UofL Police Department
Staff Senate met virtually on Dec. 8 via Microsoft Teams and they were joined by President Neeli Bendapudi and Chief of Police Gary Lewis....
Lekha Devara and Briana Coleman, second-year medical students, wearing smart glasses.
UofL’s medical students expand smart glasses virtual shadowing program
When two medical students opted to take part in an emergency department virtual shadowing session with Dr. Jeff Baker, they didn’t imagine it would...
Former Card Donovan Mitchell gives back to alma mater with exclusive adidas ‘Shoe for Change’
Former Cardinal Donovan Mitchell has teamed up with adidas and his alma mater, the University of Louisville, to support current and future Black students...
UofL Hospital
Faculty Senators receive updates on student wellbeing and UofL Health’s COVID-19 response
Faculty Senate met virtually on Dec. 2 via Microsoft Teams. Senators were provided with information on student wellbeing, required COVID-19 testing for the spring...
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UofL scores well in Post-Landfill Action Network assessment Recent designation follows two other recognitions for sustainability efforts
The Post-Landfill Action Network (PLAN) has awarded the University of Louisville an overall Zero Waste score of 58.2%, resulting from 864.5 points out of a total possible...
Production of washable, reusable N95-style masks based on technology developed at the University of Louisville
UofL-researched reusable, more effective N95-style face masks begin production Facility on UofL’s Belknap Campus produces 50 N95-style and 100 three-ply non-surgical masks per minute, with plans to ramp up
Production has begun on new University of Louisville-developed N95-style face masks that are low-cost, washable, reusable and could be better at filtering COVID-19 droplets...