Scholarship funds of at least $1,500 can be used to help defray the costs of international travel, lodging, and maintenance for a period of at least 21 days of study or research outside the United States.
This series looks at issues, topics, events which have been identified by the community as important and presents forums in which those issues can be presented and examined by the community. All sessions are free and open to the public.
The UofL NETWORK hosts regular luncheon dialogues focusing on racial and cultural diversity and addressing specific topics that are of interest to members of both UofL and Metro Louisville communities.
This Louisville Downtown Civil Rights Markers Trail project was former dean J. Blaine Hudson's vision to preserve the history, heritage and contributions of African Americans to Louisville’s rich history.