John W. Galbreath Award
Nominate an equine entrepreneur for the John W. Galbreath Award
For more than 30 years, the University of Louisville College of Business has honored entrepreneurs in the equine industry with the John W. Galbreath...
2017 alumna Abigail Mattingly and fiancé Griffin McGreevy sell their Bourbon Baekery cookies alongside the Logan Street Market.
UofL alumna bakes up sweet solution to empower businesswomen
Beyond the convection ovens, commercial refrigerators and scheduled workstations, baker supreme Abigail Mattingly is cooking up something special in Old Louisville. It’s not just the...
Allen Morris, executive director of the UofL Commercialization EPI-Center
UofL, partners will help commercialize Kentucky university-born technologies New effort, backed by $1.15 million from the Commonwealth, will encourage growth of innovative companies in Kentucky
The University of Louisville and partners will lead an effort to bring technologies born at Kentucky universities to market, thanks to $1.16 million in...
Geoffrey Clark, Ph.D.
UofL technology that may inhibit pathway for cancer gets commercial partner Researchers say the technology could solve “one of the holy grails” of cancer treatment
NA University of Louisville-born invention that may help treat cancer now has a commercial partner. Qualigen Therapeutics Inc., a California biotechnology company focused on developing...
College of Business undergrads Pablo Hernandez and Matthew Brown founded The Secure Mask company in light of COVID-19. The company is growing.
UofL business students start company to meet demand for comfortable, reusable face masks
The most successful entrepreneurs will always point to their capacity to recognize opportunity as a fundamental element of their success. Founded by College of...
Students in the UofL Equine Industry Program.
UofL Equine Industry Program, KEEP launch second round of COVID-19 Kentucky Equine Business Impact Survey
The University of Louisville Equine Industry Program and the Kentucky Equine Education Project (KEEP) have released the second round of their COVID-19 Kentucky Equine...
Kroger's new Zero Hunger, Zero Waste initiative includes UofL
Kroger pledges $1.5 million to UofL in an effort to end hunger, food waste
The Kroger Louisville Division is making a $1.5 million pledge to the University of Louisville as part of a broad-ranging effort to reduce hunger...
UofL-born startup helps companies understand and improve cultural well-being
A new University of Louisville research-born startup is helping companies assess and improve organizational culture and drive innovation — even while navigating the myriad...
Prestigious business plan competition accepts UofL students’ marijuana breath detector startup
A University of Louisville student startup with a technology for detecting marijuana through the breath has been accepted into the prestigious Rice Business Plan...
Seyed Karimi, PhD
Depth of recession depends on containment of COVID-19, says UofL health economist
Strategies to contain the spread of COVID-19 have put pressure on the United States economy as many businesses have closed their doors and millions...