The Wilson Wyatt Alumni Awards Ceremony, established in 1983 to recognize graduates who have distinguished themselves in their chosen fields and are exemplary ambassadors for the university. This year’s winners have impacted countless lives and communities around the world, for example, Ernie Allen 68A, 72L. Read the story and watch event videos.
We had ONE DAY to come together to stand with our students, faculty, and staff, and accomplish goals for over 22 projects around campus. We did it! Thank you!
Over 125 alumni from 11 chapters across the nation and 5 alumni councils, participated in the inaugural Louisville Alumni Day of Service. See what cities participated, and view pictures from the event. How do you give back? Email email@example.com.
The Denny Crum Scholarship Fund at UofL awards scholarships to individuals who have demonstrated leadership, community service, and academic achievement. Learn more.
Norton Healthcare has granted $1.25 million to UofL in support of research related to six pediatric sub-specialties. Read the full article on UofLNews.com.
Paul Campion, 93GE, and his husband Randy Johnson have published a book, Higher Love: The Miraculous Story of a Family. Over 30 books were sold, benefiting the Johnson-Campion Family Scholarship at UofL to which you can also donate.
Efforts by University of Louisville researchers to help children with spinal cord injuries received a significant boost today.
A quiet study area isn't high-profile among university projects and it isn't flashy. It was, however, the answer then-Student Government Association President Justin Brandt gave President James Ramsey last fall when Ramsey asked how a donor could directly help students.
A faculty endowed chair position that will focus on Jewish history, culture and religion is coming to UofL. Gift of $1.15 million will endow Judaic studies chair
Louisville businessman J.D. Nichols, chairman of local real estate development firm NTS Corp., is making a $10 million gift to the University of Louisville – one of the largest awards the university has ever received.
Noting the significant progress in drug and vaccine development over the past three years, the Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust has provided a three-year, $5.5 million grant to the James Graham Brown Cancer Center.
raiseRED: The Swain Student Activities Center hosted an 18-hour dance party this past weekend to raise money for pediatric cancer.