Diane Endicott and Kim Clark celebrate their College of Education and Human Development degrees earned this month.
Double the determination: Spouses achieve long-sought degrees
Parental caregiving. Family health concerns. Death. Individual health issues. Child-rearing. Full-time jobs. Decades between degrees. Semesters on pause. Steady, slow progression. Then COVID-19. There have...
UofL researchers will develop and manufacture a nasal spray to prevent SARS-CoV-2 infection. Source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/robin24/
UofL receives funding from U.S. Dept. of Defense to develop and test nasal spray to prevent COVID-19
The University of Louisville has received funding from the U.S. Department of Defense to develop a nasal spray to prevent serious viral respiratory infections...
Michael Gaunt was selected as the December 2020 Speed School of Engineering Banner Bearer because of his exceptionally high GPA in both his BS in Mechanical Engineering program and his minor in Spanish,
Speed School banner bearer hailed as ‘one of the best engineering students in 30 years’
Michael Gaunt was selected as the December 2020 Speed School of Engineering Banner Bearer because of his exceptionally high GPA in both his BS...
William Dorsey Jones Jr. earned his UofL degree while working as a Los Angeles police officer.
‘UofL is in my DNA:’ Graduate earns his degree while serving as a Los Angeles police officer
Before he had the chance to finish his degree at UofL, Louisville native William Dorsey Jones Jr. moved to Los Angeles in the spring...
UofL's 2020 graduates
‘It’s been a wild ride:’ UofL students reflect on graduating in the middle of a global pandemic
On Dec. 12, UofL will host commencement featuring traditional elements like “Pomp and Circumstance” and messages from the president, deans and provost.   Unsurprisingly, however, the...
LaToya Whitlock. Photo by Erika Doll/Today's Woman Magazine.
Alumna LaToya Whitlock’s work to achieve equity in education in the spotlight
UofL alumna LaToya Whitlock ('14) is featured in the December issue of Today's Woman for her work with the Decode Project.  The project identifies the...
Naiya Patel holding her new book
Doctoral student contributes to book about the economics of COVID-19
A second-year doctoral student is co-editor of Economics of COVID-19: Digital Health, Education and Psychology. Naiya Patel is focused on health policy in the Department of...
Cierra Battle, from Waianae, Hawaii, is graduating with a nursing degree. Her plan is to work in labor and delivery overseas, then return to the states to pursue a certification in nurse midwifery and, eventually, open her own practice.
Nursing school grad focused on caring for women and children in Tanzania
The coronavirus pandemic has presented obstacles for students, but it hasn’t stopped senior and nursing major Cierra Battle from making post-graduation plans. With the help...
Four Cardinal Battalion Army ROTC cadets are among the Fall 2020 University of Louisville graduates participating in this year’s virtual commencement.
UofL Cardinal Battalion Army ROTC cadets to hold second virtual commissioning
Four Cardinal Battalion Army ROTC cadets are among the Fall 2020 University of Louisville graduates participating in this year’s virtual commencement. In addition, the ROTC...
Army vet set to graduate after finding acceptance, support at UofL
U.S. Army veteran Nicholas Kridos wasn’t proud of his grade point average. The 1.6 from his first attempt at college got him turned down...