A free, public conference March 7 will focus on helping young people, their parents and others learn about issues such as safe social-media use, bullying, college admissions, healthy relationships, confidence and self-respect.
The latest fine arts exhibit by a University of Louisville professor will take viewers on a nostalgic journey through the four seasons.
Proponents of the so-called “Physical Internet” system believe that by handling, storing and transporting goods through a shared network of manufacturers, retailers and shippers, the economy would improve and greenhouse gas emissions could be reduced.
Forty years after his service there, U.S. Army veteran Michael Moryc returned to Vietnam to try to reconcile his memories. The nature photographer will share his story and images during a March 3 talk at the University of Louisville.
The academic side of music composition is getting its time in the spotlight at an upcoming conference held at the University of Louisville School of Music.
The University of Louisville’s Louis D. Brandeis School of Law will award its 2015 Brandeis Medal to New York University School of Law professor Arthur R. Miller on April 8 at the Seelbach Hilton in downtown Louisville.
As they sort through medical care and health insurance issues, cancer patients also may encounter financial stress for themselves and their families. A March 6 workshop about health-related financial services is intended for the social workers, nurses, caregivers and financial counselors who help them.
The associate dean of the University of Louisville Kent School of Social Work has been named executive director of the Institute for Sustainable Health and Optimal Aging at UofL.
Yelp is about to get schooled by the University of Louisville.
Writers and scholars from around the globe are expected when the Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture Since 1900 convenes Feb. 26-28 at the University of Louisville.
A University of Louisville student team marketing a Bluetooth-enabled laryngoscope claimed first prize at the 2015 Brown-Forman Cardinal Challenge last weekend at Marriott Louisville Downtown.
An online guide targeted to education services and transition officers at U.S. military installations has listed the University of Louisville as a top school for military and veteran students and their families.
Two-time Grammy Award winner Alan Broadbent and renowned artists Derrick Gardner and Vincent Gardner will headline the University of Louisville’s annual jazz festival.
Some University of Louisville students, faculty and staff will get a taste of a third world life Wednesday, Feb. 18.
Historian Stephanie Coontz, who writes about marriage and modern families, will talk about the evolution of women’s roles since World War II during a March 10 talk at the University of Louisville.
Hundreds of law students from across the nation will head to Louisville March 11-14 for the National Conference of Law Reviews, an event at the Seelbach Hilton Hotel hosted by the University of Louisville’s Brandeis School of Law. The last time UofL hosted the event was 1986.
Hats for Hope has raised more than $500,000 over the past 11 years to support breast cancer patient care through its signature pre-Derby silent auction cocktail event. The 12th Annual Hats for Hope in 2015 will feature approximately 300 new and gently worn designer Kentucky Derby hats as well as 100 auction packages including gift baskets, jewelry, gift certificates, trips and more.
A scheduled talk by U.S. Army veteran Michael Moryc on Vietnam has been postponed due to snow.
The 2015 Inaugural University Wide Diversity Series will be Feb. 17-18 on UofL’s campus. Derek Greenfield, a speaker, consultant and thought leader focused on inclusive excellence and positive change, will be the keynote speaker and workshop presenter for the event.
In April, 15,000 elementary, middle and high school students are expected in Louisville for the VEX Robotics World Championship, an annual robotics-engineering tournament.