UC biomedical engineering student Erick Madis finds solutions for walking disorders at the Sheba Medical Center in Tel Aviv, Israel.
A local newspaper reported on UC geology professor Yurena Yanes's faculty-led study abroad to Tenerife, Spain.
Ying Huang receives the Sigma Xi GIAR Award and the American Chemical Society Graduate Student Paper Award for her research in developing processes for removing contaminants from water.
The International ACCEND program is launching this fall, giving students pursuing both a bachelor’s and master’s degree a chance to go abroad.
As the new director of global health nursing, Kate York aims to shape globally aware, culturally competent nursing students with the experience necessary to make a broader impact on health care.
Alexia Gaines, was one of only 25 students in the US to receive the 2017 World Affairs Councils of America (WACA) Scholarship.
Katelyn Jarvis, UC alumna, started the non-profit Peace Stamps in order to volunteer around the world.
UC's partnership with Future University in Egypt provides infusion of world-ready teaching, research and learning opportunities for faculty and students.
As a fifth year accounting and business analytics major, Samantha sees both Cincinnati and the greater world in her future.
University of Cincinnati Engineering student Christian Charles uses his past experiences to push himself to work harder and to help others.
Biomedical Engineering student Ishan Anand is one of 142 scholars selected from over 4,000 applicants from 39 countries to earn acceptance into the prestigious program.
Department of Romance Languages and Literatures PhD candidate Mar Gámez's first published play debuted Nov. 22.
Administration and faculty at the James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy recently hosted health care professionals from the Chiba University.
UC shared its co-op model to show CQU students how to apply classroom knowledge in the real world.
Owen Macmann, UC PhD student, is conducting fuzzy logic research and furthering international collaborations at the University of Bordeaux through an Erasmus+ grant.
A UC family, originally from Ghana, sends two sets of identical twins to the university.
UC partnered with Chongqing University to bring co-op to China. Now the first group of students are spending their final year in Cincinnati.
UC archaeologist Jack Davis accepted Albania’s honorary title of Special Civil Merits on behalf of an international team.
London is the newest international locale for UC’s co-op program. 7 students are participating in UC’s first London co-ops through Aug. 18.