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Max Adams, Ph.D. student in Biology, and two other graduate students participated in an ACC conference, ACCelerate, showcasing student research in Washington, D.C.
UofL is hosting a forum on West Louisville economic development Nov. 2, 2017.
UofL Archives and Christine Ehrick, Dept. of History work to digitize old radio broadcasts from WAVE Radio.
Ariel Weaver has earned a Fulbright Study/Research Award to Namibia. Her work focused on using remote sensing and geographic technology to look at patterns on the landscape and use that information to inform policymakers and stakeholders in the community to manage land more effectively.
Corrections officers have higher suicide rates and suffer from PTSD. Prof. Swartz's (Criminal Justice) discusses her research.
UofL is ranked the top school in Kentucky when it comes to sustainability initiatives.
History professor Theresa Keeley discusses historical protests by professional athletes.
Prof. Kolers (Philosophy) discusses sports risks to athletes with UofL Today and the upcoming "Sports, Risk, and the Human Ideal: A Public Forum" at the Muhammad Ali Center Thursday, October 12 from 6:00pm to 9:00pm.
UofL is the first Kentucky school to have a degree program in sustainability. David Simpson, the chair of the department of Urban and Public Affairs, discusses the new courses on UofL Today with Mark Hebert.
International Peace Day will be celebrated on UofL’s campus – student Blake Gerstner and professor Russ Vandenbroucke, Peace, Conflict, and Social Justice share the details on UofL Today with Mark Hebert.
Two big hurricanes recently hit Florida and Texas. What role is climate change playing in those storms? Atmospheric scientist Jason Naylor discusses this with Mark Hebert on UofL Today.
Deborah Keeling is a justice administration professor who has been surveying Louisville residents.
UofL sponsors the Yearlings Club which is a group of African-American men who tackle tough issues facing west Louisville.
Psychology Professor Judith Danovitch talks about her research on kids.
Cave Hill Cemetery was founded in 1848 to address the need for increased burial space in Louisville. Since then, Cave Hill has become not just a space for family members to visit their loved ones, but also a museum of municipal history dedicated to notable citizens extending from Louisville’s first mayor to Muhammad Ali.
Communication professors Joy Hart and Kandi Walker on a study of public attitudes of e-cigarettes and vaping.
Astronomy professor Tim Dowling recaps the solar eclipse with Mark Hebert on UofL Today.
Prof. Ranen Omer-Sherman talks about his book "Imagining the Kibbutz: Visions of Utopia in Literature & Film" with Jason Schulman for the series “New Books in Jewish Studies: Discussions With Jewish Studies Scholars About their New Books.”
Host Avery Kolers talks with Prof. Lauren Freeman of the University of Louisville about "micro-ethics": micro-aggressions, safe spaces, trigger warnings, and the way people with social power and privilege can perpetrate harms and aggressions against others even without intending to -- and what to do about it.
Astrophysics teacher John Kielkopf and UofL grad Karen Collins talk about the discovery of a new exoplanet in space, UofL’s telescopes and the upcoming solar eclipse on the UofL Today with Mark Hebert radio show.