The University of Louisville will celebrate a major milestone in its $1 billion Charting Our Course campaign Thursday, April 10.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Eugene Robinson will receive UofL’s Louis D. Brandeis School of Law’s 2014 Brandeis Medal on April 9.
Students, faculty, staff and the UofL community will spend Good Friday night fighting for a good cause.
A century after the landmark Welch-Rose Report established the need for professionally trained public health workers, an Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health (ASPPH) task force is setting a new vision for public health education.
What’s a good party without a few surprise guests? The School of Music is celebrating one its own this weekend with a jazz concert featuring several mystery performers.
Ann Larson, a 19-year veteran of the university, will be the College of Education and Human Development’s new dean, effective July 1.
Kentucky’s two largest business schools are ready to enroll students for the state’s first joint master of business administration program for executives.
Award-winning New York cartoonist and graphic novelist Ben Katchor will visit April 26-27 for University of Louisville-sponsored Jewish Heritage Series events downtown and an exhibition of his work at the Cressman Center for Visual Arts.
High school juniors who win the 2014 University of Louisville Yarmuth Book Award will be given UofL associate professor Catherine Fosl’s book about Kentucky civil rights activist Anne Braden.
A nearly 300-year-old spiritual matriarch leads several characters on a journey to discover their past in the latest production from University of Louisville theatre.
Sharon Kerrick, an assistant professor of entrepreneurship at the University of Louisville’s College of Business, has been named 2014 Kentucky Veteran’s Small Business Advocate of the Year.
Are the world’s governments responsible for protecting the environment? Law professor Mary Christina Wood thinks so and will share her ideas during an April 10 lecture at the University of Louisville’s Louis D. Brandeis School of Law.
It might be happening on April Fools’ Day, but the first “Louisville Loves to Laugh” festival is no joke.
John Schnatter has done a lot right in creating the third-largest pizza chain in the country. But the founder and CEO of Louisville-based Papa John’s International Inc. told a group of aspiring entrepreneurs on March 26 that his company embraces “a culture of mistakes.”
The next five sessions are scheduled in the “Grant Crafting Brown Bag Series,” sponsored by the College of Arts and Sciences Research Office in collaboration with the College of Education and Human Development Research Office.
The University of Louisville will honor four Louisville residents for their community outreach efforts April 13 during the UofL/Yearlings Club annual community reception.
A dramatic look at Kentucky from Jewish immigrants’ perspectives plus bluegrass-flavored klezmer music are highlights of an April 6 University of Louisville program “Kentoki: Kentucky Through Jewish Eyes, 1925.”
With a twist on the usual academic gathering, the University of Louisville’s English department will present a downtown event April 4-5: “Cocktail Culture: A Conference,” with talks and sampling from industry insiders and academic experts about the literary and cultural history of cocktail consumption and production.
Author and African American studies scholar Akinyele Umoja will speak at the University of Louisville April 2 about armed resistance during the U.S. civil rights movement.
The University of Louisville’s top Quiz Bowl team is putting up numbers that would impress "Jeopardy!" host Alex Trebek.