Events

Thursday, March 2

Ecolympics 2017

Two fun sustainability competitions to get you engaged in saving our one green planet! Kick-off Party! Monday, Feb. 13th 11am-2pm in SAC Multipurpose Room -...

Liberty & the Western Tradition

** Application deadline extended to April 10** Kentucky social studies teachers are invited to join the McConnell Center in our summer conference on...

The Cardinal Commute

Commuting to campus got you down? How about a free breakfast to pick ya back up?! Join the Student Activities Board at the Purple Lot by Papa John's Stadium...

How High The Water Was - The Flood of '37

An exhibition of rarely seen memorabilia marking the 80th anniversary of the Ohio River Valley’s deepest flood ever recorded. The exhibition, which includes...

The ABCs of Weights and Measures

The ABCs of Weights and Measures shows how our personal and physical identities are shaped by the testing and quantification of specific human measurement...

Spring Student Show

The Hite Art Institute is pleased to announce the opening of our Spring Student Exhibition. Work in this show highlights not only the tremendous...

Tactful Conversations

This seminar teaches individuals and teams from different backgrounds, departments and specialties how to effectively discuss ideas in a way that leads to...

Unseen: Visualizing Ecological Systems

On View: January 12 - March 17, 2017 The University of Louisville Hite Art Institute is pleased to present “Unseen: Visualizing Ecological Systems,” an...

Communication Internship Fair

Meet potential employers from the Greater Louisville area. This fair is brought to you by the Young Communication Professionals, the Career Development...

Painting in the Network:  Algorithm and Appropriation

The Hite Art Institute is pleased to announce the opening of “Painting in the Network: Algorithm and Appropriation,” an exhibition of seven contemporary...

Harold Pinter, Robin Williams, Somnabulants, and Galloping Horses

Ann C. Hall, is Chair of Comparative Humanities, with research interests in drama, popular culture, and film. She also writes plays, poems, and short...

How Can I Collect Meaningful Data to Inform What - and How - I Teach?  11:30am - 1:00pm

Join Goldburn Maynard (Brandeis School of Law) and Marie Kendall Brown (Delphi Center) as they teach you the fundamentals of the research-based practice...

Old and New Narratives in Russian Art: What Sells?

Join Russian PhD student, Hermitage Museum curator and Fulbright scholar, Olga Yudina, for a 30-minute illustrated talk on recent trends in Russian art. This...

PLAN Workshop - Managing copyright for your graduate research and beyond

Description. This workshop provides an overview of the challenges and opportunities copyright poses and provides for you as a researcher, particularly...

Axton Series Reading: Michael Garriga

Michael Garriga is the author of The Book of Duels, now on its second printing. His work has been published extensively in magazines and journals, including...

Self-Defense of Women

ULPD will be conducting a self-defense program designed and created specifically for women. The curriculum is based on the Rape Aggression Defense (R.A.D.)...

AAUW at UofL Interest Meeting

Have a passion for women's rights? Find out how YOU can get involved with AAUW at UofL at our interest meeting!

Fundamentals of Project Management

This seminar focuses on project management concepts and provides the basic skills required to effectively manage a project and project team. It is a...

Suessville

The Student-Parent Association is assisting the Delta Zeta chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. in hosting this event to promote literacy amongst young...

Thursday, March 2

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