Tag: UofL

UofL alumnus uses law degree for TV

Bryant Smith works with celebrities but is humbled by his past and grateful for the opportunities that enabled him to pursue entertainment law. During his...

UofL grad promotes women’s equity in ROTC Andre Burrell did research...

Captain Andre Burrell teaches and directs the ROTC program at James Madison University. But it was the research he did while getting his masters'...

First-generation graduate strives to be role model Tre'Von Watts is new...

Tre'Von Watts knew he wanted to be a teacher as a youngster growing up in Louisville. Now, the first-generation college student and graduate of the...

UofL student gets fresh start, becomes first-generation graduate

Brittney Ballard is a walking example of “if you don’t succeed at first, try, try again.” She started attending classes at the University of Louisville...

FirstBuild, UofL will work together to bring Maker Faire to Louisville

Thousands of makers, inventors, students, engineers and artists are expected to converge on the Belknap Campus this fall as FirstBuild and UofL host a two-day Maker...

Women to watch: UofL alumnae and friends honored by Business First

Five alumnae and friends of the university were selected for the 2019 Business Women First program. The program honors professional women who are making a...

UofL’s Meg Peavy makes a lasting impact on and off the...

Students, faculty, and staff on campus know Meg Peavy as the tennis professional at the Bass-Rudd Tennis Center. The former UofL women’s tennis player and...

UofL alumna picked for State Department fellowship Zerlina Bartholomew '15 is...

Zerlina Bartholomew '15 has been accepted into the Charles B. Rangel International Affairs Program, a U.S. State Department program intended to prepare outstanding individuals...

Wreath-making workshop gets campus into the holiday spirit

Students and staff gathered at the final Garden Commons workshop of the semester recently to learn about creating sustainable holiday wreaths from UofL Grounds...

Alumna helps connect epileptic children with service dogs November is Epilepsy...

As the mother of a 2-year old girl with epilepsy, Heather Lange, ’05, only wanted health and happiness for little Hadley Jo. She dove...