University of Louisville

Swift Reaction To Scathing University Of Louisville Audit

Jun 9, 2017
Kate Howard, KYCIR, via WFPL

Fallout from the scathing audit of the University of Louisville Foundation started to take hold Friday, while attorneys for two top former school executives pushed back against the allegations.

Kate Howard, KYCIR, via WFPL

The University of Louisville Foundation audit released Thursday paints a picture of excessive and often secret spending on investments, real estate and lavish pay that left the school’s endowment depleted.

J Tyler Franklin / WFPL

The University of Louisville's board of trustees chairman says a new audit of the school's investment arm "paints a disturbing picture." 

J. Tyler Franklin

A Jefferson County grand jury has declined to return an indictment in connection with the sex scandal involving the University of Louisville men’s basketball program.

Adam Glanzman/Daily, Wikimedia Commons, CC BY 2.0

University of Louisville men’s basketball coach Rick Pitino said with the return of some key players next season, along with some new faces, the Cardinals will have another strong team.

Whitney Jones, WKMS

The University of Louisville’s Conn Center for Renewable Energy is planting more hemp this year at the school’s Belknap Campus.

University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law via Facebook

Murray State University is partnering with University of Louisville’s Brandeis School of Law to offer an accelerated degree program. UofL’s 3+3 Accelerated Law Program will allow students majoring in political science to complete an undergraduate degree and law degree in just six years.

Norton Healthcare and the University of Louisville say they have partnered to form the Norton Children's Cancer Institute.

U of L Foundation Ends Controversial Pay Plan, Limits Spending

Mar 29, 2017
Jacob Ryan/WFPL, Cropped

University of Louisville Foundation leaders put an end Tuesday to a controversial deferred compensation plan that doled out an extra $20 million to U of L administrators.

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Kentucky lawmakers have wrapped up work on a bill that would set guidelines for the governor when replacing entire public university boards or individual members.