People Working to Make the Future Real
Faculty: Making a World of Difference
Associate Prof. Pauline Smolin's Play Gets A Reading in New York
A new play that unfolds a fictional account of what happens on an older couple's first date is now bringing recognition to a UC faculty member, as she heads to the Big Apple and to a prestigious theater festival.
Archeologist Brian Rose Makes His Troy Finale
Ancient golden jewelry, hidden sculptures of famous emperors and other history treasures are the discoveries that have filled the career of Brian Rose over the last 15 seasons at Troy, the fabled site of the Trojan War.
DAAP Professor Frank Russell Works to Improve the Inner City
Russell is director of the Community Design Center for the University of Cincinnati's College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning (DAAP). He's also the project director for Art in the Market, a partnership project between UC and the Over-the-Rhine community. Art in the Market employs at-risk youth who work with UC students to create public works of art that are installed in the Findlay Market district.
History Professor Roger Daniels Receives Mentoring Award
This professor's careful guidance and assistance to PhD students, both before and after they are hooded, have earned him an award of excellence for mentoring from the university's Division of Research and Advanced Studies.
Three Faculty Named Distinguished Professors
A physicist, a psychiatry researcher and a medical teacher earn renown for their achievements.
David Devier Appointed Dean of Clermont College
RWC's Julie Mitchell Finds Hidden Histories
Bill Kramer Does Double Duty as a Teacher and Firefighter
2001-2002 Top Faculty Awards Read About the Recipients
Five faculty are the recipients for the University of Cincinnati's top prizes for teaching, research, scholarship and faculty-student relations.
Mina Jones Jefferson Honored for Good Works
Wendy Eisner Traces Trail of Billikens
Richard S. Newrock Appointed Dean to College of Applied Science
Professor Cynthia Lockhart Honored With National Award
Educator Donald Wagner Works to Strengthen Democracies Worldwide
Norman Baker Put the PLUS in Business Education
Associate Dean Barbara Watts Will Carry Olympic Torch
A&S Dean Karen L. Gould Sets Goals for What's Ahead
Geologist Warren Huff Has a Passion for Lifelong Learning
Kettil Cedercreutz Named Director of Professional Practice
All-University Faculty Awards Profiles for 2001
Muthar Al-Ubaidi of Applied Science is Generous in Public Service
Dr. Anant Ram Bhati Named UC Trustee
Electronic Artist Benjamin Britton Calls UC a Creative "Wild West" Campus
Rebecca BorahTeaches Language Arts and Details What Comic Books Say to Society
Library's Michael Braunlin Pays Tribute to History via Coin Collection
CCM's Shellie Cash Choreographs Student Success
English Professor John Drury Emphasizes Kindness to Students, Toughness on Assignments
Kirti Ghia Engineers New Ways to Help Students
Larry Gilligan Teaches Math by Adding Creativity to His Curriculum
Darwin Henderson Selected for National Literature Award Panel
Education Dean Larry Johnson Really Cooks, Literally and Figuratively
Librarian Robert Johnson Composes Moving Music
Microbiologist Edna Kaneshiro Making Big Discoveries About Tiny Creatures
Litsa Kranias Engineers Mice to Fight Heart Disease
Gary Lare of Curriculum Resources Center Entertains as Ventriloquist
Biochemist Michael Lieberman Receives 2001 Teaching Award
Suzanne Masterson of Business Administration Fosters Teamwork, Creativity
Economist Wolfgang Mayer, Pioneer in the Politics of International Trade
Biologist Michael Miller Really Cleans Up in the Midwest
Applied Science Adjunct Ray Miller Sculpts Metal into Art
Mathematician David Minda, Awarded for Excellence in Teaching
Provost Tony Perzigian Seeks Ever Higher Heights for UC
Joyce Pittman of Education Creates National Model for Grading Technology in Education
Michael Porte of Communications Seeks Fosters Connections Among Students, Alumni
Nursing Professor Connie Ragiel Operates Clinic in Low-Income Neighborhood
Art Historian Joan Robinson Provides Students New Roles in the Classroom
DAAP's Michael Romanos Plans a New Future In (and For) Crete
Historian Thomas Sakmyster Studies Eastern European History
Dr. Michael Thomas, Fertility Specialist, Also Specializes in Little Miracles
Michele Vialet Has Winning Ways in Teaching French Literature
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