Tag: Arts and Sciences

UofL researchers help find 20-some worlds on hunt for Earth-like planets

University of Louisville researchers are part of a team that has identified more than 20 new planets outside of our solar system — some...

Alumna co-founds Kentucky cultural exchange

Driving through the narrow streets of downtown Louisville with towering buildings all around, it can be easy to forget the softer side of Kentucky...

Lifting barriers and finding voices: UofL Magazine features professor who aids...

Faculty pianist Anna Petrova and her musical partner, Molly Carr, took their show on the road to help elevate the arts and bring a...

Meet the 2019 Alumni Award winners

Whether it’s breaking the race barrier for future nursing students, helping thousands of students make the decision to attend UofL, or pioneering the first...

Alumna wins 2019 Woman of Distinction award

UofL graduate Sadiqa Reynold ('93) has added another accolade to her long list of achievements. She was recently awarded the 2019 Woman of Distinction...

Muhammad Ali’s youngest son forges his own path through UofL

Asaad Ali grew up in one of Louisville's most famous families, as the youngest son of Muhammad Ali. Now he is part of a...

UofL’s Arica Carter: From free throws to Freud

The UofL Women's Basketball Team faces Oregon State Friday in the NCAA tournament, the Cardinals' third Sweet 16 appearance in a row. One of...

The ABCs of UofL alumna Sue Grafton

“I” may stand for “innocent” in Sue Grafton’s world, but here in the Commonwealth, it stands for “inductee.” Grafton '61 and five other authors...

UofL alum taps into A&S scholarship to earn graduate degree in...

In a few weeks, UofL alumnus William Nathan Dever begins classes at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. Dever, who is pursuing a master’s degree...

UofL grads are McConnell Scholars, Fulbright winners and best friends

Best friends. Roommates. Louisvillians. McConnell Scholars. Those are just a few of things Christian Bush, Kyle Hilbrecht and Robert Gassman have in common. But the similarities...