Former federal judge Nathaniel Jones will give a free, public talk March 30 at the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law.
Dutch composer Louis Andriessen, one of Europe’s most eminent and influential composers, will talk about his multimedia opera “La Commedia” Thursday, March 31, at 3 p.m. in the Margaret Comstock Concert Hall at the University of Louisville School of Music.
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Museum official Josh Perelman will discuss what it took to build the newly opened National Museum of American Jewish History when he speaks at the University of Louisville March 30.
Each week during the academic year, the UofL Today staff highlights a few events that might be of interest to faculty and staff.
Music by Hector Berlioz. Words by William Shakespeare.
What do Louisville and New Orleans have in common besides the fleur-de-lis? The Kent School of Social Work.
President. Provost, vice president, dean, professor, manager, director.
What secret would you share if no one knew it was yours?
It’s a dirty job, but Brian Barnes and Paige Battcher don’t mind doing it.
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer praised the University of Louisville and its Nucleus project for "doing a great job leading the effort" to establish an aging care economic cluster in Louisville.
University of Louisville President James Ramsey accepted an award from Greater Louisville Inc., March 15, on behalf of the university.
UofL third-year law students Marilyn Osborn Patterson and Meg Stewart will tackle an important, international legal issue - trademark protection - as part of a moot court competition March 18-20 at Oxford University, England.
Several students are spending their spring break in Washington, D.C. as part of an educational trip sponsored by the Office of Civic Engagement, Leadership and Service.
The University of Louisville men's basketball team, a four seed, will face Morehead State, a 13 seed, in the second round of the NCAA Tournament Thursday, March 17.
What began as a simple list of numbers on cards has grown into a massive, searchable online math database.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and professor Isabel Wilkerson will speak at the University of Louisville March 24 about “Gender and the Great Migration.”
Lacquered kinetic sculptures and large-scale geometric abstractions are among the items in a new exhibit that opens this month at the Cressman Center for Visual Arts Gallery.
Spring break is a time for students to relax, hang out with friends or take a trip to the beach.