Events

Friday, November 5

Louisville Municipal College cheerleaders

The University of Louisville’s segregated undergraduate college for African American Students from 1931 to 1951. The exhibit documents the vibrant campus...

Applications Due: McConnell Scholarship

Applications for the McConnell Scholarship to the University of Louisville are due online Dec. 15. The McConnell Scholars Program is a prestigious...

Virtual Event
LaunchIt Entrepreneurial Bootcamp

Want to take your ideas to the next level? Join LaunchIt, UofL's 10-week entrepreneurship training bootcamp led by seasoned founders. The fall hybrid session...

THE ROUNDTABLE FOR BLACK FEMINIST AND WOMANIST THEORY

This Roundtable invites scholars across career stages, disciplines, and affiliations to submit scholarly papers on any topic rooted in the Black Feminist...

7:30am
Virtual Event
Farmworkers in South Africa: 2013-2014

Farmworkers in South Africa: 2013-2014 Photographs by Shachaf Polakow Press Release This series of photographs by Shachaf Polokow documents the lives of...

First printed edition of Euclid's Elements. Venice, 1482

An eclectic exhibition of rare books in honor of incoming students: first editions and first appearances print with examples from the 15th through 20th...

Never Meet a Stranger: Photography by West of Ninth

Never Meet a Stranger: Photography by West of Ninth Featuring the people of Louisville's West End photographed by Marshae and Walter Smith. Part of the 2021...

Info Session

Join our recruitment and admissions team for a virtual information session to learn more about the graduate programs available to you at the College of...

Garden Commons Fall Workdays

All are welcome at our weekly group workdays in UofL's organic Garden Commons at the southwest corner of Strickler Hall, east of the Speed Art Museum Parking...

Louisville members of the National Association of Colored Women at the polls in Louisville, Kentucky, 1920. CS 033312a, Photographic Archives, UofL

The Power of Activism and the Vote introduces some of Louisville's remarkable African American women activists at the turn of the Twentieth Century. These...

Daily Mass with Adoration to Follow

Come join us for Mass (starts ~12:20) and Adoration (~1:00). Confessions will also be heard when Father is available starting around 11:30.

PLAN Workshop - Strategies for Writing for Publication (Remote Only)

Writing for publication can feel like a challenge for graduate students, yet is a vital part of their professional development. This workshop will cover the...

2021 Warns-Render Labor and Employment Institute

This abbreviated event provides 2 CLE Credits (pending) for Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio. Attorney Allison MacLellan is the Carl A. Warns Jr. keynote speaker.

Friday, November 5

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