Congratulations to this year's honorees.
"The Year of Savannah" - UofL's Debate Team coordinator reflects on their successful year and the team member they lost
Tiffany Dillard-Knox, Coordinator of UofL's Malcolm X Debate Team, was named Scholar of the Year by the Cross Examination Debate Association Southeast Region. The team had a very successful year, dubbing it "The Year of Savannah." The team dedicated their hard work and winning season to the late debate team member Savannah Walker, who was tragically killed in March 2017 when struck by a stray bullet at a concert.
University of Louisville Theatre Arts wraps up its season of plays written by women with “The Long Christmas Ride Home” April 13-22, 2018.
The Hite Art Institute presents an exhibition by Louisville artist Douglas Miller at the Cressman Center for Visual Arts April 27 – Aug. 4.
Bamba Ndiaye, a doctoral candidate in the Humanities Ph.D. Program, won the 2018 Barbara Harlow Prize for Excellence in Graduate Research.
Criminal Justice professor Ben Fisher discusses his research on school resource officers and other safety measures schools use with mixed results on UofL Today with Mark Hebert. Sociology professor Ryan Schroeder joins them to talk about his April 19, 2018 public conference on school security.
Students from Marian Moore Middle School spent a day on UofL’s campus learning about climate change and other environmental science as part of a worldwide collaboration with UofL and students in other countries.
Landscapes of War and Peace - UofL Department will sponsor the Society for Military History Conference. Daniel Krebs is a UofL history professor organizing the conference being held from April 5-8, 2018.
UofL is hosting a symposium "Borders, Sovereignty and Citizenship in the Americas". History Professor Christine Ehrick says the March 27-28, 2018 forum will address DACA, sanctuary cities and other tough issues. Listen to Prof. Ehrick discuss the issue on UofL Today with Mark Hebert.
Sociology professor Bob Carini studies the media’s portrayal of female athletes.
Winners of the 2018 University of Louisville Grawemeyer Awards include an expert on African genocide, the founder of black liberation theology and a psychologist who explains the many types of intelligence. Learn more about these experts and see a schedule for the 2018 Grawemeyer Award presentation and dinner.
Why do religious films like “Passion of the Christ” spark controversy and fervor? John Ferre discusses on UofL Today with Mark Hebert.
Astronomy professor Gerry Williger discusses SpaceX rocket, asteroids and an artificial star that’s ticking off the astronomy community on UofL Today with Mark Hebert.
Dr. Sayed Hassan Akhlaq on academia and human rights in Afghanistan - March 6 at 4pm in the College of Business PNC Horn Auditorium, Room 106.
The building sits along South Brook Street, between the Shumaker Research Building and Lutz Hall in the heart of campus. Though it is built using materials that are consistent with the rest of the buildings on campus, the BACB will be unlike anything that’s ever existed at UofL before.
Undergrad Brianna Mills (Physics & Astronomy) was one of five winners of the Chambliss Student Poster award at the 2018 American Astronomical Society meeting. There were over 100 undergraduate entrants in the competition. Ms. Mills is the first from UofL to win the Chambliss.
2018 Phi Beta Kappa Lecture - Matthew W. Barzun presents, "Our Separate Worlds: Where Do We Go From Here?"
Former U.S. Ambassador to the United Kingdom and Sweden, Matthew Barzun, joined Mark Hebert on the UofL Today radio broadcast to talk about British views on America and his study of teens views on current political and social climate.