LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The gridiron isn’t the only place to savor University of Louisville’s prowess on Saturdays this fall. UofL’s College of Arts and Sciences will resume free game-day educational programs featuring the academic expertise of its own “A&S All Stars.”
Organizers hope football fans will kick off their home-game Saturdays at the 10 a.m. events in Gheens Science Hall and Rauch Planetarium, which co-sponsors the series of presentations and refreshments. Doors open at 9:30 a.m.
Although the talks are free, registration is recommended at uofl.me/as-allstars2015.
Here’s the fall A&S All Stars lineup:
Sept. 12 – “Ancient Louisville: 10,000 Years of Forgotten History at the Falls of the Ohio” with John Hale, archaeologist and UofL Liberal Studies Project director (UofL vs. Houston).