The Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture Since 1900 will celebrate its 40th anniversary Feb. 23-25 as about 600 scholars gather at the University of Louisville.
About 160 University of Louisville students will march barefoot in the Kentucky State Capitol as part of the Rally for Higher Education Feb. 7.
More than 200 children from area schools came to the University of Louisville School of Dentistry Feb. 3 to receive free dental treatment. Treatment is the second part of the annual Smile Kentucky! community service program. The first part is free dental education and screenings.
A publishing house director and poet, a computer scientist and philosopher turned author and an award-winning novelist, storyteller and memoirist will read from their works, teach master classes and discuss their writing process during visits to the University of Louisville this spring for its Axton Reading Series.
Representatives from higher education will gather in Louisville Feb. 20-21 at the fourth annual Veteran Symposium for Higher Education to look at how universities can become more veteran-friendly.
The University of Louisville PEACC program will present a benefit production of “The Vagina Monologues,” an award-winning play by Eve Ensler about women’s experiences, Feb. 9-11.
Depression and bipolar disorder don’t carry quite the social stigma they once did, but they’re still widely misunderstood.
University of Louisville students, faculty and staff can attend the “Renoir to Chagall: Paris and the Allure of Color” exhibit at the Speed Art Museum for the membership rate of $5.
Sustainability means something different to each of us. Whether it is exercising diligence with recycling, using less energy at home or adopting alternative transportation to and from work, each of us has formed a concept of what it means to be “green.”
Several University of Louisville professors will lead a free, public workshop March 3 on “African American Faculty Who Work at Predominantly White Institutions.”
Pulitzer Prize-winning Washington Post columnist Eugene Robinson will speak Feb. 7 at the University of Louisville on “Disintegration: The Splintering of Black America,” the title of his most recent book.
The University of Louisville is seeking applicants for a new business start-up program for Kentucky military veterans who want to become entrepreneurs.
People who want to get involved in Garden Commons, an organic garden on the north end of the University of Louisville’s Belknap Campus, can attend a series of gardening workshops this spring.
The Delphi Center for Teaching and Learning is hosting a one-day conference to help University of Louisville faculty teach effectively with technology in the digital age.
A University of Louisville-led team will represent a combined Kentucky-Indiana effort to compete in the U.S. Department of Energy 2013 Solar Decathlon, the federal agency announced Jan. 26.
The Pearl Cleage-written “Blues for an Alabama Sky,” will open Feb. 1 at the University of Louisville Thrust Theatre.
After helping establish and leading the University of Louisville School of Public Health and Information Sciences for 10 years, Dean Richard Clover is stepping down.
While promoting her 2010 biography “The Discovery of Jeanne Baret,” author and University of Louisville English professor Glynis Ridley suggested to a radio interviewer that Baret—the first woman to circumnavigate the planet—deserved to have a plant species named in her honor.
As a parent, your children’s health is your No. 1 concern. Thyroid conditions in children are known to delay growth, so it’s important to be on the lookout for potential problems.
“Consumed,” an installation of sculptural work by Miami University professor, artist and anthropologist Alysia Fischer, opens Jan. 27 at the University of Louisville Cressman Center for Visual Arts.