Sports writer Billy Reed is teaching a new class at the University of Louisville titled “Kentucky Derby and the Media.”
A free, public conference March 23 will focus on helping young people, their parents and others learn about such issues as safe social-media use, anger management, financial education, confidence and self-respect.
The Nature Conservancy lead scientist and CBS News contributor M. Sanjayan will speak March 26 at the University of Louisville about “Saving Earth in the Age of Man: Conservation in a Human-dominated World.”
A new four-part dinner plate, with a side of dairy, has replaced the 19-year-old food pyramid as the mainstay of U.S. Dietary Guidelines.
University of Louisville researchers have launched a national economic indicator called the Logistics and Distribution Index to help businesses monitor their market’s health and guide them in investment decisions.
Marco Rubio, a Republican U.S. senator from Florida, will speak to students and community members March 25 at the University of Louisville. His topic is “Creating Middle Class Opportunity in the 21st Century.”
The Ali Institute for Peace and Justice at the University of Louisville will have a community workshop Wednesday, March 20, to generate plans to help Louisville become the nation’s most compassionate city.
Two exhibits in the University of Louisville Archives and Special Collections galleries focus on different views of bygone Kentucky.
The University of Louisville and Kosair Charities have partnered for decades to help meet the health care needs of children throughout Kentucky.
Curious about the mission of Curiosity—the largest rover to roam Mars?
Land-use policy expert Alejandro Camacho will discuss community benefits agreements — legally binding contracts that bring together community members, developers and city officials before a major development begins — March 4 at UofL.
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.