At its Feb. 8 meeting, the University of Louisville Board of Trustees approved promotions and administrative new hires and the 2011 Alumni Fellows. It also heard reports from President James Ramsey and Kent School of Social Work Dean Terry Singer.
Each week during the academic year, UofL Today staff will highlight a few events that might be of interest to faculty and staff. The events may range from lectures to theater productions and movies.
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The University of Louisville will train bicycle safety instructors and develop new bike maps with a $10,000 grant from the Kentucky Bicycling and Bikeway Commission.
The various styles and sounds of jazz will come to life in a two-part program produced through a partnership between the UofL School of Music and ear X-tacy Feb. 13 and 20.
Poets, short-story writers and literary translators will read from their works and teach master classes during visits to the University of Louisville this spring for its Axton Reading Series.
The 2011 Yearling Club community discussion series will focus on lessons people can learn from elders who have been pioneers and from business experts who have competed globally.
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There’s a connection between someone being shot on the street in Louisville and war on the other side of the world. The same connection exists between spousal abuse in Montreal and disregard for the environment in the rain forest.
The University of Louisville will head a new research consortium that will revolutionize how scientists explore ways to protect the heart from damage during a heart attack.
The Speed Art Museum’s new exhibit, “Impressionist Landscapes: Monet to Sargent,” opens Feb. 4. University of Louisville students, faculty and staff can attend at the membership rate of $5.
A University of Louisville researcher who was in Egypt when trouble erupted there a little over a week ago has arrived back in Louisville after a five-day ordeal of trying to return home.
Each week during the academic year, UofL Today staff will highlight a few on-campus events that might be of interest to faculty and staff.
The University of Louisville production of "The Vagina Monologues," an award-winning play by Eve Ensler about women's experiences, will benefit Haitian women and UofL's Prevention, Education and Advocacy on Campus and in the Community (PEACC) program.
A Feb. 7 concert at the University of Louisville will feature freedom songs in a multimedia format and a history lesson during the 2011 African American Music Heritage Institute.
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The University of Louisville's efforts to help address a shortage of health care professionals and improve the quality of health care in Western Kentucky has had a $6.8 million economic impact on that part of the commonwealth.
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The Kentucky Pollution Prevention Center is putting its money where its mouth is.
U.S. Vice President Joe Biden will speak Feb. 11 at the University of Louisville as part of the McConnell Center's spring lecture series.