After several delays, construction is now underway on a new building at the Nucleus site. Nucleus is the University of Louisville’s life sciences campus. Plans to add buildings to the campus—which is on the old haymarket block on Market Street—stalled during the recession, but last year officials announced plans for several new buildings. “The next building […]
A University of Louisville official says the White House’s latest campaign to stop sexual assaults on college campuses is a welcome step. This week, Vice President Joe Biden and Education Secretary Arne Duncan encouraged universities to more closely follow the provisions of Title IX meant to prevent sexual assaults. Those provisions outline how investigations should […]
The group isn’t lobbying for any specific legislation, but they do support a statewide indoor smoking ban, similar to the law currently on the books in Louisville.
Dr. Steven Myers left Egypt on Sunday, days after the anti-government protests started. Myers says the demonstrations began as peaceful attempts to change the government, but as government forces and pro-government demonstrators faced off, the situation turned dangerous.
Strong says he’s focused on getting the Cardinals ready to play Southern Mississippi in the Beef O’ Brady’s Bowl next Tuesday.
University of Louisville President James Ramsey focused on the importance of universities in a speech Thursday to the Louisville Downtown Rotary. Ramsey said that universities like U of L can play an important role in the economic life of the region.
After a nearly two-year delay, work on the Nucleus project in downtown Louisville is picking up. On Monday, officials with the city, state and University of Louisville unveiled plans for the first of four buildings in the project.
U of L was given money for various medical and academic programs that benefit children, from the school of dentistry to the Weisskopf Child Evaluation Center. The grants are about nine percent of the money the Crusade raised this year.
Negotiations on a merger with Jewish Hospital and St. Mary’s Healthcare and Colorado-based Catholic Health Initiatives began in March. The U of L Board of Trustees Thursday moved the talks forward by authorizing a letter of intent. The letter paves the way for the creation of a new healthcare system comprised of all three entities.
The “Charting our Course” campaign began silently three years ago. During the silent phase, U of L officials raised about 360 million dollars toward the campaign’s 750 million dollar goal.