2014 Bowl Service Project










Dr. Michael Mardis appeared with UofL students, and alumni this morning on Great Day Live to promote the upcoming Belk Bowl Service Project.

Bowl Service Project

The University of Louisville is proud to continue its tradition of bowl service projects by participating in a cooperative community service project this year in Charlotte during the Belk Bowl.

We will be partnering with students and staff from the University of Georgia to work with the Ronald McDonald House organization of Charlotte.

Volunteers are needed on the morning of Tuesday, December 30, 2014 and must be on site by 8:30 am at the Ronald McDonald House of Charlotte on 1613 E. Morehead St. Charlotte, NC 28207. We will be working at our service site until noon.

UofL students, parents, faculty, staff, administrators and alumni are invited to sign up for the project, which will be limited to 40 volunteers.

Bus transportation will be provided to and from the site for the service project. More details soon on the pick-up/drop-off location.

For more information or to register go to http://louisville.edu/student/bowlservice

Questions can be directed to Dr. Glenn Gittings at glenn.gittings@louisville.edu 502.852.6937.

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Student Affairs Holiday Video

Check out the new Student Affairs holiday video that highlights students, staff, and events from the previous fall semester. Thanks to Susie Cucura for putting the video together again this year.

Happy Holidays from Student Affairs.

Watch the Video

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Run with Our Heroes

Seven Counties Services and University of Louisville Join Forces to Run with Our Heroes as part of Mayor Fischer’s Week of Valor

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To register for the Run/Walk visit www.runwithourhereos.org. Enter HERO in the coupon code to receive a $10 discount off registration. Special veterans and kids pricing available. Registration fee includes a t-shirt. Join us and celebrate the men and women who have so proudly served our nation. For more information contact Gwen Cooper at Seven Counties gcooper@sevencounties.org or Glenn Giddings at University of Louisville glenn.gittings@louisville.edu or call 502-589-8615 ext. 1355

Press Release

Louisville, KY- Mayor Greg Fischer and numerous community partners announced today the inaugural Mayor’s Week of Valor — a week-long series of events to honor and celebrate the contributions of active-duty military, veterans and their families.

The Week of Valor begins on Monday, November 10th with numerous events scheduled throughout the week designed to honor and celebrate the contributions of active duty military, veterans and their families.  The week culminates with the Run with Our Heroes 5K on Saturday, November 15th.    The Run/Walk will start and end at the site of the old silos across from the Lacrosse Fields.

“It’s our goal to make Louisville the most supportive and responsive community in the nation for veterans,” Fischer said. “By raising awareness during the Week of Valor, we can help ensure that every veteran living in Louisville has the coordinated support and access to services for an optimal quality of life.”

Run with our Heroes festivities begin at 8AM with a special tribute to veterans from many US wars and conflicts and the singing of our National Anthem, all led by COL Chris Wynder, the first Army War College Fellow at the University of Louisville.  The race will end with a live soldier finish chute in which runners and walkers will be welcomed.  Proceeds from the Run With Our Heroes 5K will support the University of Louisville Veterans Services Fund and Behavioral Health Peer Support Programs at Seven Counties Services.

The UofL Veterans Services Fund was established as a commitment to military students and veterans at the University of Louisville; the proceeds will  directly benefit military and veteran students pursuing their education at the University of Louisville.

Seven Counties is committed to continually funding additional services for military families through expansion of peer support and family support programs, wrap around services and substance abuse and suicide prevention initiatives.



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UofL Parent of the Year Interview

Watch Latonya Quinn, the UofL 2014 Parent of the Year, being interviewed by Terry Meiners and Rachel Platt on WHAS Great Day Live

Read more about the 2014 Parent of the Year

Click on the video image about or go to following link:


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Game Changers Retreat

The Game Changers Retreat was held October 3-5 for the first time ever.  The leadership development program was the result of a year long effort to offer more meaningful leadership opportunities to UofL students.  The students represented organizations from all over campus.  The program was held at Bradford Woods Retreat Center in Martinsville, IN about 30 minutes from Indianapolis.  The students took the Student Leadership Practices Inventory developed by Kouzes and Posner, authors of The Leadership Challenge.  Using this inventory helped them discover more about their leadership styles and added them to working on a goal they are trying to achieve this year in their leadership position.  Stop by the Office of Student Involvement to check out the terrific work these students did presenting their goal and action plan for accomplishment.

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UofL Students at ACPA

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UofL graduate students appear on the top banner of the ACPA website – http://www.myacpa.org/


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Sorority Bid Day 2014

A record 353 women received bids during this years Sorority Bid Day

See more Bid Day pictures on our Flickr account

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Dale Ramsay ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

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Move-In Day Video 2014

See more move-in day pictures at our Flickr account

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Move In Day News Video

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