“I do want to set the record straight. I’m not dead. This is not a memorial, and this is not a retirement gift. I’m not retiring, nor am I retired,” Jane Goldstein, assistant dean of the College of Business, assured the 150 or so people who came out Oct. 1 to help dedicate the Jane Goldstein Plaza.
Award-winning author and African American studies scholar Robin D.G. Kelley will talk about “Neoliberalism and the War on Our Youth” during the sixth annual Anne Braden Memorial Lecture Nov. 8.
The checkered flag drops at midnight Oct. 6. But until then there will be hours of noisy, dirty, off-road racing fun under the lights during the Midnight Mayhem competition that University of Louisville students organize for Baja SAE racers.
The University of Louisville Hite Art Institute is celebrating the 75th anniversary of the Department of Fine Arts through October and November with several exhibitions and events.
University of Louisville researcher George Pantalos is working with colleagues from Carnegie Mellon University on a potentially lifesaving technology for astronauts traveling to Mars or others who are on extended space missions.
President James Ramsey, his wife Jane, and daughter, Jenny, were among the sponsors of a Sept. 14 School of Nursing Health Fair and Golf Scramble at Shawnee Golf Course.
Panelists will examine community news and political campaigns during the Yearlings Club-University of Louisville fall lecture series, which concludes with a holiday musical event.
“How much is tuition?” “What ACT score to you need to get into the engineering program?” “How big are the class sizes?”
The producer and lead actress of an award-winning film about interfaith cooperation and resilience during the 1994 Rwandan genocide will attend a free, public screening of “Kinyarwanda” Oct. 2 at the University of Louisville.
Afraid of the dark? You will be after a night of ghost stories on Belknap Campus.
More than 150 soldiers and ROTC cadets will find out what they’re made of when they vie for a rare German Proficiency Badge Sept. 29 at the University of Louisville.
Myanmar pro-democracy activist Aung San Suu Kyi spoke about freedom, democracy, nonviolence and gratitude at the University of Louisville Sept. 24.
About 160 faculty and staff attended the first of two town hall sessions with President James Ramsey and his leadership team Sept. 20.
Ohio State University astronomer Kris Stanek will discuss “Measuring the Size and Age of the Universe” during an Oct. 11 talk at the University of Louisville.
Kentucky’s 2011–2012 poet laureate, Maureen Morehead, will return to her alma mater to lead off the University of Louisville’s fall Axton Reading Series by discussing her work and teaching a master class.
UofL’s Photographic Archives is hosting an invitational exhibit that pairs contemporary photographs with archival images.
The University of Louisville has received $1 million from Kosair Charities to support eight health-related programs that benefit children.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, author and advocate for immigration reform and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender rights Jose Antonio Vargas will be at the University of Louisville Oct. 3 as the keynote speaker during Pride Week 2012.
Nancy Schwartzman, a documentary filmmaker and the co-creator of the nationally recognized “Circle of 6” phone app, will deliver the keynote address at Take Back the Night, an annual UofL event that raises awareness about violence against women.
Historian Lien-Hang Nguyen will discuss her recent book and answer questions during a free, public talk Sept. 27 at the University of Louisville.