Grawemeyer Medal
Grawemeyer Awards Lecture Series spotlights recipients’ work
Recipients of the 2016 Grawemeyer Award will discuss their winning works at the University of Louisville and Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary in April. UofL presents...
UofL’s ROTC cadets promoted to commissioned officers
In two ceremonies last week, 15 University of Louisville Army ROTC students and five Air Force ROTC students became commissioned officers. In both ceremonies, each...
From left, SBA Vice President Brandon Guernsey, ABA Law Student Division Delegate John Weber and SBA President Katie Bonds.
Brandeis School of Law earns ABA public service, involvement awards
The University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law earned two awards at the 2016 American Bar Association's Annual Meeting last week in San Francisco. The...
A ribbon cutting ceremony celebrated the Conn Center's solar-powered Phoenix House. From left is Andrew Marsh, asst. director of the Conn Center, Mark McGinley, Speed professor, Mahendra Sunkara, director of the Conn Center, and John Usher, acting dean of the Speed School.
Solar-powered house gets new life at Speed School
A funky-looking house designed by students for a national energy-efficiency competition is getting new life at the University of Louisville.The solar-powered Phoenix House was...
Brandeis School of Law Professor Justin Walker, who clerked for SCOTUS justice Anthony Kennedy, shares his thoughts on President Trump's Supreme Court nominee.
Brandeis Law professor reflects on clerkship for Supreme Court nominee
Brandeis School of Law Professor Justin Walker has a unique perspective on the recent changes to the makeup of the United States Supreme Court. A...
aw school writing competition
Louisville Law students sweep Kentucky Bar Association writing competition
For the fourth year in a row, a Louisville Law student has won first place in the Kentucky Bar Association's Student Writing Competition. Rising 3L...
UofL administrators, including President Neeli Bendapudi, and University of Dubai administrators, including President Eesa Bastaki.
UofL to collaborate on engineering-focused research with University of Dubai
University of Louisville President Neeli Bendapudi and Provost Beth Boehm recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the president of University of Dubai (UD). Eesa...
William Dorsey Jones Jr. earned his UofL degree while working as a Los Angeles police officer.
‘UofL is in my DNA:’ Graduate earns his degree while serving as a Los Angeles police officer
Before he had the chance to finish his degree at UofL, Louisville native William Dorsey Jones Jr. moved to Los Angeles in the spring...
Dr. Jason Saleem
UofL research uses tech to improve doctor’s visits
Today, medical records are mostly digital. And for physicians, that may mean they have to spend more time during patient exams looking at a...
Amyloid produced by commensal bacteria may cause changes in protein folding and neuroinflammation in the central nervous system through the autonomic nervous system (particularly the vagus nerve), the trigeminal nerve in the mouth and nasopharynx, and the gut (including mouth, esophagus, stomach and intestines), as well as via the olfactory receptors in the roof of the nose.
UofL researcher refining understanding of the role of microbiota in neurodegeneration with a new term: Mapranosis
Research in the past two decades has revealed that microbial organisms in the gut influence health and disease in many ways, particularly related to...