Wes Moore, author of this year’s University of Louisville Book-in-Common, “The Other Wes Moore,” will speak on campus at a free, ticketed talk Oct. 18.
Every Tuesday and Thursday Marilyn Barraclough drives her daughter Kirsten to the University of Louisville’s Belknap Campus from their home in LaGrange.
(Editor's Note: Green Scene is a monthly feature by people at UofL who are involved in campus sustainability initiatives.)
Civil rights lawyer, professor and author Michelle Alexander will talk about what she describes as the “mass incarceration” of African Americans during the fifth annual Anne Braden Memorial Lecture Nov. 10 at the University of Louisville.
President. Provost, vice president, dean, professor, manager, director.
Social networking sites are everywhere on the web. There are more and more social networking sites popping up all of the time.
A University of Louisville-sponsored conference on “Photography: The Document” will bring together regional and national speakers to discuss documentary photography Oct. 14. The event is offered in conjunction with the Louisville Photo Biennial.
Award-winning author and historian Danielle McGuire will speak Oct. 20 during a University of Louisville luncheon discussion series on diversity and social justice issues.
The University of Louisville's Speed School of Engineering is expanding its 2011 Engineering Career Fair Oct. 5 by moving to a new venue and inviting employers and alumni to participate along with students.
The University of Louisville Saturday Academy community enrichment program resumes October through May with a lineup that begins with an Oct. 1 talk by Mayor Greg Fischer.
Today, it is harder to find someone who is not using a social networking website than it is to find someone who is using one.
The University of Louisville School of Dentistry marked completion of a two-year renovation Sept. 27. The $45 million project added more than 20,000 sq. feet to the existing building and renovated another 211,000 sq. feet.
Toe-tapping music from the University of Louisville Jazz in Schools Ensemble greeted juniors and seniors from Heath High School in Paducah, Ky., as they walked into their school auditorium.
In today’s world, computers are getting smaller and more mobile.
Only a month after launching it, the University of Louisville is offering improvements to its CardSafety app for I-Phone, Blackberry and Droid.
Faculty/staff e-mail migration begins next week. Here’s how it will work.
What’s the password? You’ve seen the movies where a sentry stands guard over a town or fortress to keep out malicious invaders.
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(Editor’s Note: Compliance Week is Sept. 26-30, and UofL compliance staff will provide a column each day with tips to keep everyone in compliance with the myriad regulations that pertain to UofL in everything it does. Special events are scheduled for Sept. 27 and 28. Details below.)