Sculptural works by Louisville native Matthew Ronay will be exhibited at the UofL Hite Art Institute’s Schneider Hall galleries March 7–31.
UofL’s Department of Theatre Arts will perform “The White Rose,” a period drama by Lillian Groag, Feb. 27–March 3.
UofL will offer three free screenings of “Girl Rising,” a new film about the power of educating girls for positive social change.
Rapper Kendrick Lamar will perform at The Louisville Palace March 21, a show sponsored by the UofL Student Activities Board and Production Simple Concerts & Events.
UofL campus residents will have 73 new parking spaces starting Tuesday, Feb. 19, at 9 a.m., with a total of more than 600 to be available by fall.
The UofL College of Arts and Sciences Inclusion and Equity Internship Program will host its annual Inclusion & Equity Week Feb. 25 – March 1.
Jazz aficionados can catch some of the jazz world’s biggest names Feb. 22–24 at Jazz Fest 2013.
UofL’s Engineering Expo March 2 will feature student contests, laboratory tours and career advice from the head of LEGO’s educational operations for North America — all free for the public to attend.
Philosopher Linda Martín Alcoff will speak at UofL Feb. 18 about “The Future of Whiteness” in a nation where white people are losing their majority status.
Author-film critic Frederick Gooding will talk about racial character types and patterns in mainstream Hollywood movies Feb. 26 during a UofL luncheon discussion series on diversity and social justice issues.
UofL’s McConnell Center wants Kentucky high school students to remember their country’s origins.
Vandana Shiva, a global environmental and feminist activist, will discuss violence against women March 4 at UofL.
A new fitness facility soon will allow UofL employees to step-up their workouts and find more ways to improve and maintain their overall health and well-being.
Three local chefs will compete in a Feb. 19 Cardinal Cook-Off at UofL as part of a program to promote healthy eating and a sustainable food system.
Speakers and participants at UofL’s Dr. Joseph McMillan National Conference on the Black Family in America will examine the impact of past struggles for racial equality on today’s African Americans.
University of Louisville Libraries needs the public’s help to make “The Louisville Leader,” a sought-after historical source, more accessible to people who want to study Louisville’s black history.
More than 600 scholars are expected when the Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture Since 1900 convenes Feb. 21–23 at the University of Louisville.
UofL has moved up in a rating system that tracks how much colleges and universities are doing to improve sustainability on their campuses.
An exhibit of artwork by American realist William Bailey will open Friday, Feb. 15, at the Hite Art Institute’s Cressman Center for Visual Arts, 100 E. Main St.
A retired U.S. Foreign Service worker who served in Burma’s U.S. embassy will discuss “Burma and the United States: New Directions in a Time of Change” during her Feb. 14 talk at UofL.