The Kentucky Area Health Education Centers program is a partnership between the University of Louisville Health Sciences Center and the University of Kentucky Medical Center. The program works to create and develop clinical education throughout Kentucky communities for students seeking health professions, as well as to continue providing education for medical personnel in medically underserved areas
What makes a Valentine’s Day special? Better yet, what makes one memorable? Is it the taste of those delicious milk chocolates and caramels received from that special someone? Is it the sweet smell of hand-cut roses?
Through the dirty little window of an escort vehicle, Dr. Steven Myers saw the devastation – incinerated buildings, rioters, roadblocks. Traffic on the way to the airport in Cairo was gridlocked, blocked by cars, people and sand-colored Egyptian tanks. Military checkpoints demanded passports and photo IDs.
According to police reports, on Oct. 24, 2010 two former University of Louisville football players entered into an argument with a third player about performance in practice. The argument quickly escalated to a violent assault, police said.
Despite the recession and the scarcity of jobs, the University of Louisville has seen great success with the Research Challenge Trust Fund.
The University of Louisville is seeing STARS.
On Jan. 24, the Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System, or STARS, awarded U of L with a silver rating for its efforts in improving its economic, social and environmental impact.
Stress – it’s not entirely uncommon on college campuses. It’s written all over students’ faces as they rifle through their book bags, leaf through notes and cram for that really tough final exam. And, apparently, it’s getting worse.
Because the University of Louisville is always renovating and upgrading facilities, students have been forced to adapt to living with construction. Students have adapted to find new routes around the construction to reach their destinations.
Dr. Jeffrey Callen, the chief of the Division of Dermatology at the University of Louisville School of Medicine, has accomplished much in his field.
Physics of Paintball. Introduction to Underwater Basket Weaving. The Psychology of Snack Food. If asked, many students would admit to taking an easy course load in their first year of college.
But just how much are students actually learning? According to sociologists Dr. Richard Arum and Dr. Josipa Roksa, students are not learning very much.