It appears inevitable that an event with the word “beer” in its title would discuss the impact alcohol has on society.
Louisville Orchestra’s music director and conductor, Teddy Abrams, will give a musical lecture about “Jewish Music and Jews in Music” during a March 29 University of Louisville program.
A March 26 speaker at UofL will explain how math often enters into the equation in a puzzling situation, whether in the election booth or in deep space.
UofL will use a $6.3 million gift from two foundations to create a new academic and research center in its College of Business.
UofL is a 2015 Kentucky Academy of Science (KAS) Enhanced Affiliate and faculty, staff, and students may join KAS for free. KAS is a nonprofit organization providing a Voice for Science in Kentucky.
Historian, documentary filmmaker and UofL alumnus Chad Montrie will talk about how past racism affects the present in a free, public lecture March 26.
The University of Louisville Board of Trustees has formed a committee that will focus on board governance and ongoing education for board members. The first meeting for the committee was canceled due to inclement weather March 5.
UofL President Dr. James Ramsey has named Neville Pinto interim executive vice president and provost, replacing Shirley Willihnganz who is stepping down from the positions June 30. The provost is the chief academic officer at UofL. Pinto is currently the dean of the J.B. Speed School of Engineering.
A March 13 film symposium at the University of Louisville will focus on “Film and Filmmaking in Kentucky II: Showing Work, Seeing Work and Building Audiences.”
PINK, the long running drag and variety show at the University of Louisville, returns March 27.
Increasing the number of people of color in the health professions workforce is the goal of a free day-long event hosted by the University of Louisville Saturday, Sept. 19, at the Hyatt Regency Louisville, 320 W. Jefferson St.
Daniel Cameron, a 2011 graduate of the University of Louisville’s Louis D. Brandeis School of Law, has been named legal counsel for Sen. Mitch McConnell effective March 2.
UofL School of Medicine students and a few other UofL folks went under the razor and scissors again in 2015 to raise money for pediatric cancer research.
Trauma in its many forms affects both victims and those trying to help them. A March 12-13 symposium, “Trauma-informed Care in Kentucky,” at the University of Louisville’s Shelby Campus is designed to explore how organizations can better serve traumatized adults and children.
Months of hard work will paid off Feb. 28 for a small army of student volunteers as the University of Louisville hosted “TEDxUofL: Interconnected.”
Home is where the art is for the latest exhibit at the University of Louisville’s photo archives.
Get your resumes and best business attire ready for the Career Development Center’s Job Fest.
Former longtime U.S. Rep. Romano Mazzoli, noted for his landmark work on immigration issues, will discuss politics March 11 at the University of Louisville.
From the outside, the tiny white building between Second and Third streets, The Playhouse, almost looks like a sanctuary.
The art of the body is the underlying theme of three University of Louisville fine arts students’ thesis exhibitions.