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.
The University of Louisville Board of Trustees today voted to extend the appointment of School of Nursing dean Marcia Hern.
Eugene Krentsel is UofL’s new associate vice president for research and innovation.
Higher education scholar and journalist Leonard Cassuto has canceled his trip to UofL.
UofL will participate in V-Day 2013, a global movement to end violence against women, with events and activities Feb. 11–16 including performances of “The Vagina Monologues,” an award-winning play by Eve Ensler.
Color is the theme of two talks the Hite Art Institute is hosting next week.
Construction on UofL’s $37.5 million Student Recreation Center is officially past the halfway point.
The Information Technology data center is going green. From recycling old equipment to saving power, IT is committed to UofL’s sustainability initiatives.
UofL’s effort to manage a vital campus asset — its trees — has received national recognition for the third straight year.
Walk, run, push or volunteer for fitness, peace and community April 13 in the second Ali Shuffle.
A new partnership between UofL’s Department of Theatre Arts and StageOne Family Theatre will bring university-produced plays to downtown-Louisville theaters and StageOne staff members to the classroom.
President Lincoln’s Own Band, the band that millions of people have seen in the movie “Lincoln” and thousands more heard in concerts at the Smithsonian as part of President Barack Obama’s inauguration in January, will perform at UofL Sunday, Feb. 10.
“Civil War and Memory” will be the focus of a Feb. 8 conference at UofL.
UofL faculty are performing pioneering work in cardiothoracic surgery and bioengineering.
Ten students at the UofL School of Medicine are choosing to go bald to show their support for kids with cancer and raise funds for pediatric cancer research.
Presenters from universities across the country will explore the intersection of craft and art in contemporary culture Feb. 23 at the Aegis Third Biennial Symposium: Taking the “s” Out of Craft.
The spring Axton Reading Series at the University of Louisville will feature authors Hannah Tinti, Claire Vaye Watkins and Lynnell Edwards all discussing their work and leading free master classes.