College women from across the city will gather at the University of Louisville Nov. 9 to participate in a daylong workshop aimed at training and encouraging them to run for office — both on campus and beyond.
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Author, historian and educator Khalil Gibran Muhammad will talk about how knowing the past directly relates to how people understand current race-related crises Nov. 20 during the seventh annual Anne Braden Memorial Lecture at the University of Louisville.
The University of Louisville today announced that researcher Suzanne Ildstad, representing Regenerex LLC, has entered into a license and research collaboration agreement with Novartis to provide access to stem cell technology that has the potential to help transplant patients avoid taking anti-rejection medicine for life and could serve as a platform for treatment of other diseases.
Grawemeyer Award-winning composer Brett Dean will be guest composer at this year’s University of Louisville New Music Festival, Nov. 13 ‒ 17.
More than 300 university officials from throughout North America discussed how universities can partner with business, government and other agencies to improve their communities at the 19th annual Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities conference Oct. 27 ‒ 29 at the Galt House hotel.
University of Kentucky anthropologist Sarah Lyon will talk about the fair trade food movement Nov. 5 at the University of Louisville.
Physicians have a fundamental responsibility to treat people in need, to educate their patients about health care reforms and to work with their professional organizations to demand health care for everyone, regardless of their ability to pay.
Speed Art Museum contractor Wilhelm Construction and LG&E have scheduled work on the electrical transformers next to the College of Business for Monday, Nov. 4, and will close the sidewalk on the west side of the college from the Brandeis Avenue pedestrian walkway to the museum parking garage drive.
The University of Louisville’s Department of Theatre Arts is inviting the public to try out for roles in “Dead Man Walking,” a drama by Tim Robbins adapted from the 1993 book by Catholic nun Helen Prejean.
Award-winning University of California-Irvine astronomer Virginia Trimble will discuss overlaps in the scientific fields of physics, chemistry and astronomy during her Nov. 21 talk at the University of Louisville.
UofL’s Gheens Science Hall and Rauch Planetarium again will offer a family oriented Halloween party in October, a free telescope workshop in November and a holiday party in December.
Systemica Health, a team of graduate student entrepreneurs from the College of Business, will compete in the 2014 Global Venture Labs Investment Competition May 1 ‒ 3 in Austin, Texas.
Students, faculty and staff who park in the Speed Museum garage or who walk through the driveway off Third Street to access campus during the day will need to change their routes beginning Oct. 28.
You have chemicals in your lab that you don’t need any longer but another lab at the university does.
Nucleus, a University of Louisville Foundation initiative fostering innovation and economic development, celebrated the grand opening of The Nucleus Oct. 23.
Several streets around Belknap Campus will be closed Saturday, Oct. 26, from 6 a.m. to noon for the Big Hit Half Marathon.
Why are there giant sunflowers behind the University of Louisville’s Urban Studies Institute at 426 W. Bloom St.?
Downtown visitors and Ekstrom Library users can examine student-decorated altars dedicated to civil rights leaders and others during the annual Day of the Dead celebration honoring the lives of special people.
University of Louisville officials and students cut the ribbon Oct. 18 on the 128,000-square-foot Student Recreation Center on Fourth Street near Kurz and Minardi halls. The building will open for student use on Monday, Oct. 28.