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Economic Development in Sub-Saharan Africa: Stories by Three Ambassadors

UC alumna, H.E.Tebelelo Mazile Seretse, Ambassador for the Republic of Botswana, returns to campus with fellow ambassadors, H.E. Faida Mitifu from the Democratic Republic of the Congo and H.E. Mwanaidi Sinare Maajar from the United Republic of Tanzania. Read more . . .

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NSF Awards UC Engineering Professor for Research on Water, Sustainability

UC's Lilit Yeghiazarian received the prestigious National Science Foundation CAREER Award for her research in water quality and sustainability. Read more...

2011 International Woman of Courage Recipient Visits UC

One of the ten recipients of the 2011 International Women of Courage Awards, presented by Secretary Hilary Clinton, meets with UC experts. Read more . . .

 

UC and SUNY announce global consortium to make UCosmic available worldwide

The University of Cincinnati (UC) and The State University of New York (SUNY) officially reached agreement to form a global institutional consortium to bring an open source version of UCosmic® to institutions worldwide. The College Board and three universities have endorsed and joined the effort prior to the launch announcement.

UCosmic  (University of Cincinnati Online System for Managing International Collaboration), originally developed at the University of Cincinnati, provides a means to comprehensively map global activities taking place across the university enterprise. Read more . . .

 

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In Coming School Year, UC Students, Faculty Continue Strong Fulbright Tradition

Three UC faculty and five UC students will travel abroad during the 2010-2011 academic year to teach, conduct research or advance their scholarship as recipients of prestigious Fulbright awards. Click here to read more...

 

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U.S. Department of State Selects UC Student for Critical Language Scholarship

George Potter, a doctoral student and Fulbright Scholar in the Department of English and Comparative Literature, has been chosen for a prestigious scholarship to study Arabic in Amman, Jordan, during the summer of 2010. Click here to read more...

 

UC's College-Conservatory of Music to Host the 38th International Viola Congress

The world’s most prominent violists descend on Cincinnati as CCM hosts the 38th International Viola Congress on June 16-20, 2010. Sponsored by the International Viola Society, the annual congresses promote standards of excellence in viola performance throughout the world. Click here to read more...

 

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One Faculty Member’s Experience Hosting an International Delegate

On very short notice, UC architecture professor, Nnamdi Elleh, and his wife, Ann, stepped in to host a member of a visiting international delegation from Africa here on a Women in Justice program through the U.S. Department of State. Click here to read more...

 

Hilton in the Big Classroom, Part I: Nicaragua

How one UC student connected with locals while studying abroad. UC freshman, University Honors student, and National Master chess title holder, Jonathan Hilton enriches his education abroad by meeting other aficianados of the game. Click here to read more...

 

Hilton in the Big Classroom, Part II: Mexico

UC honors student and National Master chess title holder, Jonathan Hilton, continues connecting globally through his studies and through his never ending pursuit of another game of chess. Click here to read more...

 

International Olympic History at UC

UC’s Olympians include seven alums who competed on behalf of six different countries – Sweden, The Philippines, Canada, Denmark, the Czech Republic, and the Republic of Palau. Two of the seven were medalists. Click here to read more...

UC Student Helping State Department Coordinate Haiti Relief

Much has been made of the logistical difficulty in getting relief supplies into Haiti in the wake of last week’s disastrous earthquake. Though still just a college student, UC senior Paul Kruchoski finds himself in the unlikely position of being in the middle of grappling with that problem. Click here to read more...