In this talk, Congressman Yarmuth of Kentucky will share about the role the liberal arts have played in his life path. He will also talk about what he views as the critical role the liberal arts have played, and will continue to play, in a democracy and civil society.
Rawan Saleh is a sophomore student majoring in public health with a minor in biology. A first-generation immigrant from Jordan, Rawan plans to eventually apply to medical school and work as an activist in the health sector.
In 1907, UofL’s College of Liberal Arts opened on West Broadway, offering more than a dozen departments and admitting “both ladies and gentlemen.” The first graduating class in 1908 was comprised of 10 women and eight men, according to “The University of Louisville” by Dwayne D. Cox and William J. Morison.