UofL history professor John McLeod will give a free, public talk Feb. 5 about his book “African Elites in India.”
Students looking to earn a little cash — and get some valuable experience — should attend the Part-Time Job Fair Jan. 30.
Louisville author and motivational speaker Betty Bayé will talk about “Unsung Women in the Civil Rights Movement” in a free, public lecture Jan. 29 at the University of Louisville.
The University of Louisville-Yearlings Club spring lecture series will open with a fair-housing discussion and offer later programs about motivating young people and contributing to the community.
UofL students traveled to Maupin Elementary in west Louisville Monday to spend Martin Luther King Jr. Day volunteering.
Fashion and dance from around the world will converge at the University of Louisville Jan. 25.
The UofL School of Music is focusing on the African American influence on classical music with a February performance by Imani Winds, a New York-based wind quintet that bridges African, Latin American and American musical styles.
Beer brewing, organic gardening, consignment shopping and whiskey tasting are among 13 new enrichment classes introduced by UofL’s Lifelong Learning program for spring 2013.
Visitors to Louisville International Airport through March will have the chance to learn about and pick up a brochure for the self-guided tour of Louisville’s civil rights history in the airport’s second-floor Pegasus Gallery.
The UofL community isn’t taking a holiday on Monday.
Respondents to an analysis of UofL’s strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats (SWOT) indicated that one of the university’s biggest strengths is its people.
Craig H. Blakely, dean at the School of Rural Public Health, Texas A&M Health Science Center, has been named dean of the University of Louisville School of Public Health and Information Sciences (SPHIS). His appointment is effective April 1 and is subject to approval by UofL’s Board of Trustees.
UofL officials announced Jan. 15 that the university’s comprehensive campaign will get a $6 million boost for student financial aid scholarships.
There are several types of glaucoma, according to Joern B. Soltau with UofL Physicians-Eye Specialists. The two main types are known as open-angle and angle-closure. Glaucoma is characterized by an increase in pressure inside the eye, which can cause damage to the optic nerve that ultimately can lead to blindness.
Graduate students know a lot about their fields, but knowledge alone does not make them effective teachers.
Flu cases are on the rise around the nation. So far, UofL has only a slight increase in flu cases, but now, says Campus Health Services, is the time for students, faculty and staff to take steps to prepare themselves against the flu.
The Commonwealth of Kentucky would authorize UofL to sell $9.6 million in bonds to renovate the Student Activities Center (SAC) under a bipartisan plan that has the support of Gov. Steve Beshear and key legislative leaders.
Human rights activist Harry Wu, who spent nearly two decades as a Chinese political prisoner, will speak on campus Jan. 23 about U.S.-China relations.
What are your basic ideas about America? The McConnell Center is asking people to rethink theirs and is extending its reTHINK series of public talks starting Jan. 17.
The University of Louisville community will celebrate the life and works of J. Blaine Hudson, former A&S dean, Monday, Jan. 14, at 3 p.m. in the Brown & Williamson Club, Papa John's Cardinal Stadium, 2800 S. Floyd St. Doors open at 2 p.m.