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Read about current students, faculty, and alumni who have been recognized for their achievements in university news. Photos and stories are by University Relations. Click the titles below for the full stories.
Scenes From UC Honors Program's Study Abroad Trips in December
Published January 9, 2012. Students reflect on trips to India and Ghana.
UC University Honors Students Paint Mural with Veterans
A group of 10 University Honors students from the honors seminar “Leaders in Action” taught by Dr. Marla Hall spent the day at the Joseph House in Over the Rhine Saturday May 21, 2011.
Student-initiated Co-op Leads to Rewarding Research Experience.
A Q&A with Richard Godby, pre-junior biomedical engineering major and UC's April 2011 Undergraduate Research Student of the Month.
UC Student Receives State Recognition for Leadership in Community Service
Megan Hathaway of White Oak is honored by Ohio Campus Compact for her service on campus and in the community.
Service, Learning, World Study – UC Students Look Ahead to Spring Break
Beyond the beach, many University Honors students are gearing up for experiences to transform other people's lives, as well as their own.
Cincinnatus Scholar Discovers That UC Is A Transforming Experience
University Honors student Elisabeth Hieber is just getting started at UC as a freshman, but is thrilled about the opportunities she has found here with her education, as well as with the new passion she found outside the classroom.
Helping to Change Lives: Honors Class Travels to Eastern Kentucky for Service Project
Twenty-four students spent a weekend at Buckhorn Children’s Center in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky.
UC Honors Student Leads All-Nighter On Campus for "The Greatest Cause on Earth"
University Honors students play a major role in the planning and success of Relay for Life.
UC Honors Final Presentation Becomes a Savory Global Experience (BELOW)
University Honors students research and cook up a presentation to demonstrate how food can be the centerpiece of geography, culture and tradition. You can view the YouTube video below.