President Neeli Bendapudi will open the UofL-Yearlings Club fall forum series Sept. 17.
Rise and shine As UofL’s 18th president, Neeli Bendapudi aims to invigorate the university with a personal brand of compassion and tenacity
There’s an undeniable energy that follows Neeli Bendapudi wherever she goes. Everyone who meets her notices it. You feel it the second she walks...
Jeff Marquis uses horizontal poles to help him balance during therapy in the hallway of Frazier Rehab Institute. He is assisted by Curtis Standafer.
Walking away from impossible UofL patients with complete spinal cord injuries are the first in the world to walk again
Suspended over a moving treadmill at UofL’s Kentucky Spinal Cord Injury Research Center, Jeff Marquis’ feet and legs were led in stepping motions by...
For a quartet of women chemical engineers, their bourbon trail is a pathway straight through the J.B. Speed School of Engineering to the upper ranks of the state's favorite industry
Four degrees of distillation For a quartet of women chemical engineers, their bourbon trail is a pathway straight through the J.B. Speed School of Engineering to the upper ranks of the state's favorite industry
Andrea Wilson always wanted a career in the bourbon industry. With the resurgence of Kentucky’s signature spirit, the UofL-trained chemical engineer was able to...
Photo of Falcon Heavy launch provided by SpaceX.
Heavy Lifting UofL alum handles logistics for historic SpaceX launch
When the world’s most powerful rocket blasted into the atmosphere, a UofL alumnus was watching from mission control. Austin Marshall, 12S, 13GS, is part of...
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...
Professor Ayman El-Baz, left, and researcher Ahmed Shalaby tested drones over the Ohio River.
Clean water world Speed School tests drone that helps pick up the ocean’s trash
The little drone skims above the waves, scanning for plastic bottles, candy wrappers and other floating debris. When it finds something, another bot comes...
The disruptors UofL professors are upending the way the world works by bringing futuristic technologies to the present
Disruptive technologies are — well, they’re disruptive. They have the power to create and upset whole industries and change how we live and work. Think shopping before...
The robot connection AI helps boost social skills in autistic children
UofL researchers are using robots and virtual reality to help children with autism practice learning in real classrooms. In a study, J.B. Speed School of...
So to speak Linguist’s quest to share native language is personal, professional
A mother reading a bedtime story to her child is a universal image that evokes a nostalgic smile. But what if that woman could not...
Not your mama’s classroom The new Belknap Academic Building features the latest in technology and teaching methods to foster student success
On any weekday, swarms of students can be found inside the Belknap Campus’s newest crown jewel for learning — the Belknap Academic Building. The 165,000-square-foot, $80 million...