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A&S student researchers helping river towns drive tourism and economic development

A&S student researchers helping river towns drive tourism and economic development

As part of an honors class, a group of undergraduate students studied — through interviews, research and first-hand experience — how towns like New Albany, Clarksville and Jeffersonville, Indiana, benefit from and can better promote kayaking, concerts and other riverside activities.

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Angela Storey (Anthropology) and Rachel Hopp (Biology) to receive the TILL Teaching Innovation Award

Angela Storey (Anthropology) and Rachel Hopp (Biology) to receive the TILL Teaching Innovation Award

The TILL Teaching Innovation Award is an annual award which honors the University of Louisville’s outstanding faculty who demonstrate a commitment to student engagement and learning through their work on one or more innovative teaching practices.

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A&S students contribute to Speed’s Breonna Taylor exhibit

A&S students contribute to Speed’s Breonna Taylor exhibit

Students in UofL Professor Chris Reitz’s Art and Activism seminar contributed to the Speed Art Museum’s exhibition “Promise, Witness, Remembrance,” in honor of Breonna Taylor.

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