University of Louisville

Higher Education
12:07 pm
Fri March 14, 2014

University of Louisville Medical School Put on Accreditation Probation

Originally published on Thu March 13, 2014 8:57 pm

The University of Louisville School of Medicine has been placed on probation by its accrediting body.

The Liaison Committee on Medical Education, the body that issues accreditation to medical education programs in the United States and Canada, has expressed concern in nine areas of UofL’s Medical School.

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Education
3:39 pm
Fri September 13, 2013

Dr. Bob Hughes Named Chairman of the Board of Trustees at U of L

Dr. Bob Hughes of Primary Care in Murray has been named University of Louisville's Board of Trustees Chairman. The board elected Hughes yesterday and his duties as chair began immediately. U of L President James Ramsey said Hughes has been an outstanding board member for eight years and will provide strong leadership in directing the university.

Business
4:17 pm
Fri September 6, 2013

Norton, University of Louisville Continue Arguments

Officials with  Norton Healthcare have rejected the University of Louisville’s request that they end their recently announced pediatric services partnership with University of Kentucky Healthcare.

University of Louisville’s health care entity  partners with Norton, which owns Kosair Children’s Hospital. The hospital sits on state-owned land and under state rules it  must be used for the benefit of U of L and the citizens of the Commonwealth.

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Sports
4:26 pm
Mon June 10, 2013

Cards Prepping for College World Series Showdown with IU

Originally published on Mon June 10, 2013 3:54 pm

The University of Louisville baseball team is preparing for the program’s first College World Series appearance since 2007, and just the second in school history.       

This will be the first trip to the tournament in Omaha, Nebraska for coach Dan McDonnell’s players, but he’s been there twice, both as a player (with the Citadel in 1990) and a coach (U of L in '07).

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Government
1:11 pm
Thu January 10, 2013

General Assembly Moves to Approve University Upgrades

Renovations to the University of Kentucky's football stadium and the University of Louisville are among the projects that will benefit from a bipartisan General Assembly agreement is allowing state universities to use their own ability to issue bonds for capital projects.

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Business
2:25 pm
Mon July 30, 2012

KY Universities Weigh In on Chick-Fil-A Controversy

The Family Foundation of Kentucky is criticizing members of the University of Louisville administration for their response to a controversy surrounding Chick-Fil-A. 

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Front Page Episodes
12:25 pm
Mon July 16, 2012

Battered Child Syndrome 50 Years Later

https://louisville.edu/cchs/pediatrics/forensic

Much progress has been made in the past fifty years to identify and prevent child abuse. Last week the Journal of the American Medical Association updated its 1962 original publication which introduced the Battered Child Syndrome. This ground breaking study broadened the term “child abuse” to include “child maltreatment,” encouraged the development of child protective services agencies, and changed the way physicians cared for children with injuries.

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Law
12:02 pm
Mon April 2, 2012

Judge Dismisses University of Louisville Nursing Student Claim

A federal judge has ruled that a former University of Louisville nursing student waived her free speech rights by signing an honor code and can't collect damages after being dismissed from school over a blog post. U.S. District Judge Charles R. Simpson III today dismissed a lawsuit  brought by Nina Yoder, who claimed the school improperly dropped her from the nursing program because she blogged some details of a woman's birth. The blog post didn't identify the patient, but included details about the woman's experience in giving birth and multiple editorial comments.

Basketball
2:57 pm
Fri March 30, 2012

UK, U of L Get Ready for Final Four

The University of Louisville/University of Kentucky rivalry will reach new heights tomorrow night when the Cards and the Cats clash in the NCAA Final Four in New Orleans. And as each team’s coach tries to play down any personal rivalry this week, Louisville Head Coach Rick Pitino acknowledges the die-hard nature of many fans, especially when it comes to games like this one.

“It ends up with a lot of bad marriages. A lot of mixed marriages that end up bad.  You have a Louisville woman with a Kentucky man and it always ends up bad,”

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College Basketball
4:12 pm
Mon March 26, 2012

Mayors of Louisville, Lexington Make Friendly Wager on Final Four Game

Britney McIntosh / UK Athletics

Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer presented his Lexington counterpart with a bottle of Woodford Reserve Bourbon today as part of a friendly wager on who will win the Final Four matchup between U of L and UK.

Fischer says Lexington Mayor Jim Gray needs to brace himself for a loss in New Orleans.

“I think later this week you all need to be focused on starting to medicate yourself because there’s going to be a huge disappointment in Catland come Saturday.”

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