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  • Robert Elliott, 95DMD

    Robert Elliott, 95DMD, is a proud UofL graduate and Louisville native, who completed additional training in pediatric dentistry at UNC School of Dentistry. In 2001, Dr. Elliott graciously decided to create The Robert David Elliott Award in Pediatric Dentistry to help UofL students going through their residency while earning their certificate in Pediatric Dentistry.

  • UofL’s Alumnus of the Year

    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.

  • One Day. One Challenge.

    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!

  • LGBT Book Release

    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.

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Giving Impact Stories

 

Donor Impact

The University of Louisville is so incredibly lucky to have the gifts of time and financial support from so many generous donors, and we are honored to share the direct impact these of these gifts.

Carol Martin, VP of Korrect Optical Inc., recently visited the Kentucky Lions Eye Center, which serves as the epicenter of ophthalmology at the University of Louisville. She had an eye injury requiring special treatment from UofL’s Dr. William Nunery. Carol made a full recovery, but while at the eye center she witnessed a need to help provide glasses to those in the Louisville community who were not able to purchase them. Thank you to Carol and Korrect Optical who made a gift to the University of Louisville by providing 288 pairs of glasses to people in this community! Learn more and make a gift.

The Legacy and Impact of Steven Vanover

Steven D. Vanover, 12S, 13GS, received his bachelor’s and master’s degree from UofL’s J.B. Speed School of Engineering. Months after his graduation, Steven was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer. He battled sarcoma for nearly 15 months, and after facing numerous infections and setbacks, passed away in March 2015. Learn more about Steven's story and how to support a scholarship fund in his name.


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