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I think therefore I EXPOSE

I think therefore I EXPOSE

Kathryn Harrington, BFA Photography ‘16 and Yarmuth Federal Photography Intern. I love to research alternative photographic processes and photographic history.

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I think, therefore I EMPOWER

I think, therefore I EMPOWER

Last spring Karen Udoh attended the Clinton Global Initiatives University for my project Omit the Silence: Stand Up for Equality. She is a current Biology major in the College of Arts and Sciences with hopes of entering medical school. Find out more about Udoh.

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I think, therefore I REVEAL

I think, therefore I REVEAL

Rae Hodge, '13 and Liberal Studies journalist talks about her experience in the Liberal Studies program at UofL. She discusses her background in communication and language arts and the faculty that have helped her with her career.

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I think, therefore I DISCOVER

I think, therefore I DISCOVER

Prof. Beyin is currently researching the origins of early humans and early human behaviors. In this Q&A we find out about what lead him into Archeology as a field of study.

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Architectural Historian Wes Cunningham

Architectural Historian Wes Cunningham

Meet Architectural Historian Wes Cunningham ‘16 an Architectural Historian for Amec Foster Wheeler, an engineering and project management firm.

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Urban Planning students pitch ideas to improve Louisville’s sustainability score

Urban Planning students pitch ideas to improve Louisville’s sustainability score

UofL Urban Planning grad students were tasked with helping the city of Louisville improve its 4-star rating in the Star Community Rating System, which measures sustainability.

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Anthropology outreach to Louisville Youth Science Summit

Anthropology outreach to Louisville Youth Science Summit

Anthropology professors work with local middle school children at the Louisville Youth Science Summit.

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I Remember

I Remember

Vanessa Williams-Harvey, an A&S alumna (1986, Communication) on her book/memoir, I Remember.

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Baltimore Returns

Baltimore Returns

Department of Theatre Arts and the African American Theatre Program's Baltimore returns July 26-28 at UofL Thrust Theatre.

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The Greatest Two Minutes in Astronomy

The Greatest Two Minutes in Astronomy

On August 21, 2017 part of western Kentucky will be host to a total eclipse. Prof. Gerard Williger and Prof. Tim Dowling of the Dept of Physics and Astronomy comment about the event.

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UofL Theatre Arts student works with Locust Grove to bring story of enslaved distiller to life

UofL Theatre Arts student works with Locust Grove to bring story of enslaved distiller to life

Sidney Edwards, a teaching assistant earning her MFA in performance, was tapped to reenact the role of an enslaved distiller for visitors at the newly erected distillery site at Locust Grove, in Louisville, KY. Her job is also to help craft the character and storyline for the role she’ll be playing.

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A Living Lab: Biology Department’s Native Plant Garden in full bloom

A Living Lab: Biology Department’s Native Plant Garden in full bloom

The new Korfhage Native Plant Garden on UofL’s Belknap Campus serves a multitude of purposes – and species. The project, began by Prof. Margaret Carreiro and Department Chair Ron Fell in 2015 and honoring biology alumna Harriet A. Korfhage, serves as a living lab for students and provides an experience of the natural world not often on display in our urban environment.

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Hite Art Institute exhibition spotlights first Master of Fine Arts graduates

Hite Art Institute exhibition spotlights first Master of Fine Arts graduates

The MFA Thesis Exhibition runs through May 27 in the Cressman. The diversity of art forms in the show reflects the diversity of offerings in the MFA program. Students may choose to practice in a variety of mediums or narrow in on one. Courses include ceramics, drawing, fibers, glass, painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, design, mixed media, book arts and new media.

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A&S faculty collaborate on social justice research

A&S faculty collaborate on social justice research

The Cooperative Consortium for Transdisciplinary Social Justice Research, is led by co-principal investigators Cate Fosl, professor of women’s and gender studies, and director of the Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research in the College of Arts & Science, and Enid Trucios-Haynes, professor in the Brandeis School of Law and director of the Muhammad Ali Institute for Peace and Justice.

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A&S Scholar Conrad Smart delivers commencement address

A&S Scholar Conrad Smart delivers commencement address

Conrad Smart is graduating with his bachelor’s degrees in physics and mathematics, anticipating a perfect 4.0 GPA and will be delivering a commencement speech to his fellow students Saturday, May 13 at the KFC Yum! Center.

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Cast of “Baltimore” to perform at national festival

Cast of “Baltimore” to perform at national festival

The Department of Theatre Arts African American Theatre Program was selected to perform the production “Baltimore,” performed by the AATP last fall at UofL, this summer at the 2017 National Black Theatre Festival in North Carolina.

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A&S instructor launches new scholarship for Central HS students

A&S instructor launches new scholarship for Central HS students

On Derby night, May 6, from 8 p.m. to midnight, NightBreeze will play in the University Ballroom to raise money for the new Gloria Jean Churchill Scholarship.

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Prof. Dan Vivian (History) helps tell StoryWood Bowties’ story

Prof. Dan Vivian (History) helps tell StoryWood Bowties’ story

Prof. Dan Vivian (History) talks about a local company using salvaged historic wood to create wooden bowties.

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A&S student awarded competitive political science scholarship

A&S student awarded competitive political science scholarship

The scholarship, offered through the American Political Science Association, is a five-week program at Duke University that introduces students to the world of doctoral study in political science. It goes to underrepresented racial and ethnic minorities and is highly competitive.

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