University of Louisville engineering professor Mehmed Kantardzic will travel to Sarajevo this spring to lecture about data mining and work on research.
Everyone is welcome to attend the 5thAnnual Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) Fair on April 15 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Red Barn.
University of Louisville history scholar Lee Shai Weissbach will give a free, public talk April 9 about “The Jewish History of Small-town America.”
As part of its initiative to recruit the best students from anywhere in Kentucky, the University of Louisville announced March 26 that it will offer $10,000, or $2,500 per year up to four years, in exclusive college scholarships to current and future graduates of The Center for Rural Development’s Rogers Scholars youth leadership program.
The University of Louisville’s Autism Center at Kosair Charities will kick off a statewide program April 1 to help parents, teachers and caregivers recognize the early signs of autism.
Will the United States continue to be an example to the world of what can happen when people have the freedom to go as far as their work ethic and talent can take them and if so, what is government’s role?
A free guided bus tour April 23 will spotlight Louisville’s segregation history and equal-housing needs in a program marking the 45th anniversary of the federal Fair Housing Act’s passage.
Greater Louisville Inc. – the Metro Chamber of Commerce presented UofL with a Silver Fleur-de-Lis Awards at its annual meeting March 19.
The School of Music Opera Theatre will perform “Dialogues of the Carmelites” by Francis Poulenc at 8 p.m. April 5 and 2 p.m. April 7 at Bomhard Theater, The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts, 501W. Main St.
Nucleus is collaborating with Bernheim Arboreteum and Research Forest staff on a rooftop garden as well as seeking ideas from local artists on how to creatively decorate the lobby of The Nucleus – the first new building on the site of the old Louisville Haymarket.
Michael Losavio, an attorney who teaches justice administration at UofL, will go to Russia in May to conduct lectures and exchange information related to cybercrimes.
A downtown rooftop perch for Thunder Over Louisville, convenient parking and an art-oriented family party are just some of the attractions at “Fire & Art 7: Thunder at the Cressman.”
The legacy of Mexican American farm worker and labor activist Cesar Chavez is the basis of a three-day celebration March 27–29 at the University of Louisville.
What happens when writers bring together astronauts, actors, acrobatics, a hotel and the science of sleep? A groundbreaking series of one-act plays and a variety of sleep-related activities.
The Eclectic Dance Company, a dance troupe from Alabama State University (ASU) that integrates modern, African and jazz dance, will perform at UofL at 7:30 p.m. April 5 and 6.
Even on a cloudy winter’s day, the new copper shines on the roofs of the Brandeis School of Law and Grawemeyer Hall.
The Louis D. Brandeis School of Law will give the 2013 Brandeis Medal to retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens during an April 18 ceremony and lecture at the Seelbach Hilton Hotel, 500 S. Fourth St.
The UofL women’s basketball team is headed to the NCAA Tournament, and is inviting the public to join the team as the brackets are unveiled Monday, March 18.
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is one of the leading causes of death and disability.
Backyard gardeners and those who join others in developing community garden plots can benefit from a series of community meetings on the safety of urban gardening.