All posts tagged "lecture"

  • Brief: President Bendapudi could get tenured faculty status

    By Joseph Lyell — One item on May 17’s board of trustees meeting agenda is the appointment of incoming president Neeli Bendapudi to professor of marketing in the college of business. An email from Provost Dale Billingsly...

    • Posted May 3, 2018
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  • Former ambassador to U.K. promotes humanities education at Phi Beta Kappa lecture

    By Bailey Campagna — Former Ambassador to the U.K. and Sweden Matthew Barzun spoke to students about the advancement of humanities at the 13th annual Phi Beta Kappa lecture Feb. 6. “Our Separate Worlds: Where Do We...

    • Posted February 6, 2018
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  • Features
    Clifton Center celebrates African Americans in Kentucky history

    By Lara Kinne–  To recognize the contributions of black Kentuckians throughout history, the Clifton Center is hosting a series of unique events now through March 10. The series, “African Americans in Kentucky History,” culminates a narrative of...

    • Posted March 5, 2016
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  • The Louisville Cardinal News
    Disenfranchisement in Kentucky discussed in lecture series

    By Andrew Hebert– Cherie Dawson-Edwards enlightened the Chao Auditorium on the history and controversies behind disenfranchisement in the state of Kentucky and the US. Her talk, titled “Disrupting Democracy: Felony Disenfranchisement in the ‘Smart on Crime’ Era,”...

    • Posted March 3, 2016
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  • McConnell Center kicks off 25th anniversary

    By Olivia Krauth– U of L’s McConnell Center kicked off it’s 25th year on campus and its “Citizens and Statesmen” free lecture series tonight. William Allen delivered the first lecture of the monthly series, speaking on the...

    • Posted January 19, 2016
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  • Finding common ground: McConnell Center Hosts Localism Discussion

    By Aaron Williams– The University of Louisville McConnell Center continued its reTHINK spring lecture series on Feb. 7 with reTHINK “‘Big’: Liberals, Conservatives and the Search for a Humane Scale.” The discussion featured leadership studies and philosophy,...

    • Posted February 12, 2013
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  • Actor and filmmaker Jesus Nobot talks voting trends

    By James El-Mallakh– Jesus Nebot, an actor and filmmaker, spoke at the University of Louisville’s Chao auditorium on Monday about voting trends in young people. “For a lot of international students and for a lot of people...

    • Posted November 9, 2012
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