The University of Louisville Hite Art Institute has three new exhibitions in its Schneider Hall Galleries: “Sam Richards: Constructed Sculpture, Part II,” Belknap Gallery; “Rowland Ricketts: Immanent Blue Installation,” Gallery X; and “Precedents: 3 Hite Scholars” featuring Margaret Braden Merida, Carolyn Browning Weng and E. Gordon West, Covi Gallery.
Cybercrime and social media, movie heroes and Neanderthals—the College of Arts and Sciences and its Liberal Studies Project luncheon lecture series this fall offers a buffet of topics related to professors’ research and interests.
A weeklong series of events will lead up to President James Ramsey’s annual State of the University address on Wednesday, Sept. 11.
UofL has made The Sierra Club’s “Cool Schools” list for the fifth year in a row.
Organized chaos. That’s how Michelle Massey, associate director of Housing and Residence Life, described the scene as around 2,000 students descended on UofL’s residence halls Aug. 21 with lots and lots of boxes, minifridges, pillows, TVs—stuff.
The ground floor of a parking garage might seem an unlikely research lab, but for students at the University of Louisville’s J.B. Speed School of Engineering it’s been an ideal location to conduct research on vehicles powered by electricity.
Just in time for the new academic year, lots of great things are happening around campus to make bicycling easier, safer and more accessible for everyone. Here are some of the recent developments as well as some coming events cyclists and others will want to know.
A team of students and faculty from several Kentucky and Indiana universities will open its student-built solar house to the public from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 24, at the University of Louisville.
Some people feel as though they’re on a never-ending treadmill when they’re toiling away in their offices.
The Ironman Triathlon will take place in Louisville Sunday, Aug. 25. It will affect parking and street access around Belknap Campus and downtown starting Sunday and extending into the wee hours of Monday.
The University of Louisville has received nearly $1 million in grant funding this year from the WHAS Crusade for Children.
Former provost Carol Garrison returned to UofL for the unveiling of her portrait in the Hall of Provosts Aug. 15, marking the first time she had been back to campus since her 2002 departure.
The University of Louisville’s Department of Theatre Arts is inviting the public to try out for two fall plays.
August is the perfect time for children going back to school to get immunized, and it’s also a great opportunity for the whole family to think about getting immunizations before the winter flu and other diseases strike.
The free Cards under the Stars outdoor movie night series will move to a new location this Saturday, Aug. 17. And several roads near Belknap Campus will be closed from 8:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Archaeologist and author Brian Fagan will discuss the beginnings of Egyptology in a free, public talk, “The Rape of the Nile,” at the University of Louisville Sept. 18.
The University of Louisville’s Diabetes and Obesity Center has received a five-year $11.25 million Center of Biomedical Research Excellence (COBRE) grant from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, part of the National Institutes of Health. A five-year COBRE grant funded establishment of the center in 2008.
Students, faculty and staff are asked to take part in UofL's commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.
School teachers who connect with their students can better engage them in learning. But when teachers and students come from different cultural and language backgrounds, it can make connecting more difficult.
Travel down the yellow brick road Saturday, Aug. 17, to close out the Cards Under the Stars outdoor summer movie series.