Events which have already happened.
The Muslim Student Association hosts 4th annual Fast-A-Thon and break fast fundraiser dinner
Hey Ladies! Socialize with the Women 4 Women organization over ice cream.
Cookout and social event to celebrate the beginning of fall semester. Sponsored by the UofL National Pan-hellenic Council
An opportunity for freshmen and transfer student to get "connected" before classes begin.
Orientation for international students starting classes at UofL this fall.
The College of Education and Human Development's Diversity Committee begins their brown bag luncheon discussion series in the Planetarium.
Theme: Healthy Living
Tickets on sale for play that deals with the hate crime that took the life of Matthew Shepard, a 21-year old college student in Laramie, Wyoming. Sponsored by the Dept. of Theatre Arts.
The Saturday Academy is sponsored by the College of Arts & Sciences (University of Louisville) in collaboration with the Jefferson County Public Schools, with support from Councilwoman Cheri Bryant Hamilton, the Kentucky African American Heritage Foundation, the Louisville Urban League and the University of Louisville Signature Partnership Initiative.
The Society of Porter Scholars celebrate their 25th year.
The McConnell Center welcomes Thomas S. Kidd for a public lecture.
Sponsored by the A&S Social Change minor program, Muhammad Ali Institute for Peace and Justice, and the Anne Braden Institute for Social Justice Research
Celebration of our LALS Lewis Scholars, Fellows, Interns, Panama Scholars and 2009-2010 graduates!
The Social Change Program, the Anne Braden Institute for social Justice Research, and the Muhammad Ali Institute present Dr. Pem Buck
"Africa in April". This year's theme is "Contemporary African Visual Art", and will consist of a week's worth of events held on both the campus and in the community.
Featuring David Wexler, who coined the term, which refers to the study of the effects of law and the legal system on the behavior, emotions, and mental health of people.
Historian and author Walter Hixson will lecture about "Culture, Continuity and U.S. Foreign Policy."
"Into the Fire" - a two-person play about veterans with disabilities.
The CONECT Peer Mentoring Program invites you to celebrate the accomplishments of African American students, faculty and staff at the African American Recognition Reception.
"Reclaiming the Past" 10th Anniversary is an awareness and commemorative event to celebrate the efforts that African Student Union has undergone to unite the Diaspora on and off UofL's campus and the campus community as a whole.