Films from Vietnam, China, Cuba and Mali highlight the 10th anniversary lineup of the University of Louisville’s International Film Series in February.
Two department chairs for the Health Sciences Center Campus have been named following approval by the UofL Board of Trustees.
UofL has a new mission statement. The university’s Board of Trustee on Jan. 14 approved the following statement:
The University of Louisville’s Hite Art Institute will display the “International Honor Quilt,” a collaborative feminist art project initiated by famed artist Judy Chicago, in its entirety for the first time Feb 1-March 19.
UofL’s College of Business can add another Top 50 ranking to its recent slew of academic accolades.
Free, public screenings and movie discussions highlight the 2016 French Film Festival at the University of Louisville in February and March.
The UofL School of Music’s annual African American Music Heritage Institute celebrates African American History Month this year with an 8 p.m. public performance on Feb 8.and special classes.
Anne B. Wallis, PhD, departments of epidemiology & population health and health promotion & behavioral sciences faculty, recently returned from Gambia as part of the Fulbright Specialists Program. For six weeks she worked at the University of the Gambia, School of Medicine & Allied Sciences. Wallis spent time mentoring graduate students, giving lectures, and working on specific research projects in the areas of maternal and infant health and infectious disease.
A group of up to 25 Meyzeek Middle School students will soon learn how discoveries in science and engineering are helping humans explore far beyond Earth.
Masks, beads, feathers, king cake and a classic Disney movie all are on the menu for a UofL Mardi Gras party at the Gheens Science Hall and Rauch Planetarium Sunday, Feb. 7.
The University of Louisville will honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. with documentary films, a play and service to the community.
The McConnell Center at the University of Louisville will celebrate its 25th anniversary with a free, public lecture series on “Citizens and Statesmen” this spring.
Most of us have experienced it, or have a loved one who has: You enter a room, intending to retrieve something – and cannot remember what it was you wanted. Or you exit the shopping mall, only to discover you have forgotten exactly where you parked your car.
The University of Louisville’s Archives and Special Collections presents “Coal - 1979,” a collection of black and white photographs by local photographer Ted Wathen.
Civil rights history, women’s leadership and West Louisville economic development will be the topics for the University of Louisville-Yearlings Club spring discussion series, which concludes in April with the presentation of community service awards.
For the January 2016 edition of Beer with a Scientist, Timothy Dowling, PhD, will explain how the discovery of water on Mars sheds light on our own environment.