Panel discussion about efforts to increase economic and other opportunities for young black men and to counter unemployment and violence.
Keith Mountain, Professor and Chair of the Department of Geography and Geosciences, will address the issue of how global climate change has become a measurable reality and how humankind has contributed to the observed trends. Given the consequences of shifting climate, it becomes important to merge the social, economic, and political structures so that appropriate strategies will be considered and implemented. This talk will propose some options for environmental management under conditions of change.
Panel discussion about immigration issues such as citizenship, deportation, border security and reform efforts.
Award presentations to people and organizations showing sustained commitment to improving the quality of life for community residents.
U of L history department chair Tracy K’Meyer will discuss her recently published book, “From Brown to Meredith: The Long Struggle for School Desegregation in Louisville, Kentucky, 1954-2007,” and participate in a panel discussion on the impact of local school desegregation efforts on African American students.
hosted by Commonwealth Center for Humanities and Society
Blurring the Boundaries Among Physics, Chemistry, and Astronomy: The Moseley and Bohr Centenaries
The seventh annual Anne Braden Memorial Lecture is November 20, 2013.
Taking the Rock Camp Model of Girls’ Empowerment to Bahrain
Opening reception for the Open Studio Weekend featuring artwork by artists participating in the Open Studio Tours.
13th Annual Steven Humphrey Student Philosophy Colloquium keynote address by Eileen John, University of Warwick