Get your resumes and best business attire ready for the Career Development Center’s Job Fest.
Former longtime U.S. Rep. Romano Mazzoli, noted for his landmark work on immigration issues, will discuss politics March 11 at the University of Louisville.
From the outside, the tiny white building between Second and Third streets, The Playhouse, almost looks like a sanctuary.
The art of the body is the underlying theme of three University of Louisville fine arts students’ thesis exhibitions.
Want a better, cleaner community? If so, turn to local policymakers.
The University of Louisville’s Engineering Expo has been cancelled due to inclement weather. Efforts will be made to reschedule the event for later in March.
Three films from three countries in three days -- the University of Louisville’s International Film Series will feature free, public screenings and discussions of movies March 1-3.
A University of Louisville psychologist will present a public talk that provides information on how to cope with stress. The Building Hope lecture, "Tips and Tools for Coping with Stress," has been rescheduled to 7 p.m., Tuesday, March 24, because of inclement weather forecast for this week.
The Louisville Metro Board of Health recently issued a report on implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in the city. The report was co-authored by Board of Health member and University of Louisville School of Public Health and Information Sciences Dean Craig Blakely, PhD, and doctoral student Susan Buchino.
Atlantic Coast Conference Commissioner John Swofford was the guest of honor Feb. 24 for UofL’s Conversations With Champions at Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium.
The next play in the University of Louisville’s 2014-15 season is a bit meta – it’s the story of a theater troupe preparing for an upcoming show.
It’s time to shake it for a good cause. The University of Louisville student group raiseRED on Friday night begins its annual dance marathon to fight pediatric cancer.
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.