The University of Louisville’s Department of Theatre Arts will perform “The Tempest,” a romantic play by William Shakespeare about shipwrecked kings and fools who learn to temper revenge with mercy.
UofL’s English department is bringing to Louisville three distinguished writers through the Anne and William Axton Reading Series.
Susan Burke, a litigator who is spearheading a series of lawsuits designed to reform the way the military prosecutes rape and sexual assaults, will deliver the keynote address at Take Back the Night.
Feast, dance and change the life of a young person all in one night. That’s the idea behind the second, annual Feast on Equality, a fundraiser benefitting the LGBT Center at the University of Louisville.
UofL's School of Public Health and Information Sciences is addressing a national shortage of trained public health professionals by launching an undergraduate degree program that will offer a Bachelor of Science in public health for students focused on public health practice and a Bachelor of Arts in public health for liberal arts studies.
The University of Louisville will hire an independent CPA firm to review the financial management functions of the university. The UofL board of trustees approved the move at the recommendation of President James Ramsey and in response to a recent allegation of theft in the university’s Department of Family and Geriatric Medicine.
Kentucky might not be a place people associate with film and filmmaking, but that might change after the Oct. 4 “Film and Filmmaking in Kentucky” conference at UofL.
Rajiv Shah, administrator of the U.S. Agency for International Development, will speak Sept. 20 at the University of Louisville.
The University of Louisville has difficult work ahead to become a university that thrives in the 21st century, but its track record of success and its history of leadership and of working together as a campus community will ensure its success, President James Ramsey said Sept. 11 in his annual State of the University address.
A quiet study area isn’t high-profile among university projects and it isn’t flashy.
Leukemia is the most common cancer in children and teens, accounting for almost one out of three cancers.
Health care professionals, students and others will celebrate excellence in health sciences research at the Louisville Medical Center for the 18th year at Research!Louisville, Sept. 24 ‒ 27.
The undergraduate student graduation rate at UofL is climbing toward the 60 percent mark set in the 2020 Plan, but one group of students has already well surpassed that mark: Greeks.
Andrew Marsh is taking art out of the gallery and putting it right in the middle of UofL’s Ekstrom Library.
The former economics professor moved from the president’s office to the classroom Sept. 5.
UofL faculty and guest artists will perform piano and string works by some of the world’s best composers in a concert series to raise funds for student scholarships. The Music eX series consists of two fall and two spring concerts.
The Cressman Center for Visual Arts will open an exhibit Sept. 6 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. that features Echo Press prints from its collection. The opening night is part of the city’s First Friday Trolley Hop.
Noted ecologist Diana Wall will return to her native Kentucky Sept. 12 to give a free, public talk at the University of Louisville.
It was an easy decision for junior Clay Jernigan to give up his campus parking permit for two years in exchange for a $400 voucher to buy a bike or bike accessories.
The Louis D. Brandeis School of Law at the University of Louisville will award its 2014 Brandeis Medal to Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Eugene Robinson. The medal is the law school’s highest honor.