UofL MBA team finishes third in Cardinal Challenge
The 11th annual Brown-Forman Forman Cardinal Challenge, the University of Louisville’s annual competition for MBA teams, featured budding businesses from the U.S. and Canada...
Portland Elementary School field trip to the College of Business
Portland Elementary students get a glimpse of college during field trip
For one group of young West Louisville students, March 25 was their first day of college. The 5th graders from Portland Elementary School visited UofL’s...
Throughout the course of six months, the Leading Within a Family Business certificate program brought together 18 participants from a wide variety of industries.
UofL Professional Development and the Family Business Center working to develop next-generation leaders
Family businesses are a vibrant and critical part of our economy. According to the Family Business Review, 85 percent of businesses are family-owned. Of these businesses,...
Studying horses at UofL: It’s all about business
Just as the Kentucky Derby is one jewel in horse racing’s Triple Crown, UofL’s unique Equine Industry Program is a College of Business gem...
MBA students kick off competition season
MBA students at the University of Louisville have begun participating in a series of competitions aimed at helping to win startup capital to bring...
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UofL’s ‘energy crops’ harvested for research
Someday, a 3-D printed medical implant made from hemp oil may save your life, or a hemp-based biofuel may power your vehicle. Those are just...
Smart tag tracking technology developed by Pascal Tags, a UofL student startup. (Credit: Pascal Tags)
UofL student startup a finalist in national college inventor challenge
A University of Louisville student startup has been chosen as a finalist in the 2018 Collegiate Inventors Competition.  The startup, Pascal Tags, was founded by J.B....
The consortium is led by co-principal investigators Cate Fosl, professor of women's and gender studies, and director of the Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research in the College of Arts & Science, and Enid Trucios-Haynes, professor in the Brandeis School of Law and director of the Muhammad Ali Institute for Peace and Justice.
Transdisciplinary Social Justice Research Consortium to kick off research projects
In October, UofL announced three new programs that will receive up to $2.25 million in funding throughout the next three years as part of...
Advanced Energy Materials LLC has roots at UofL, and was born from a break-through technology developed at the Conn Center for Renewable Energy Research.
Manufacturer opens new facility at UofL
Advanced Energy Materials LLC, a Louisville-based manufacturer, has opened a new production facility at the University of Louisville.  “It’s a big milestone for our company,...
2017 MOSAIC Award recipients
International Americans, including UofL faculty members, help make up Louisville MOSAIC Three from UofL among five receiving annual awards
Two University of Louisville faculty members and an entrepreneur affiliated with the university’s co-working space iHub are among the five honorees of the 2017 MOSAIC...