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  • Katherine Acheson PROFILE: High School Senior Gets A Jump On College

    Katherine Acheson will be finished with her first year of college before she graduates high school, thanks to the Post-Secondary Enrollment Options Program. Students hoping to follow in her footsteps need to talk to their high school guidance counselors by March 31.


  • Dan Acosta Pharmacy Dean Named Chair of FDA Advisory Board
    Daniel Acosta, Jr., PhD, dean of the UC College of Pharmacy, was reappointed to serve as chair of the Science Advisory Board to the National Center for Toxicological Research (NCTR) for the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
  • Caryl Adams Peer Educator Promotes Healthy Lifestyles to Students
    UC student Caryl Adams’ campus job is giving her hands-on experience for her future career.
  • Edwin Adom PROFILE: UC Student Welcomes Newcomers To Campus
    Edwin Adom dedicates his college experience to helping fellow students build on their academic and personal success.
  • Melissa Golyski and Adrienne Wells UC Commencement: Double the Support as Twins Graduate Together
    Getting to this milestone was literally a painful process for one sister, while the other provided the support to lead to a double celebration at Commencement.
  • Sanjam Ahluwalia History Dissertation Deemed Ohio's 'Best'
    The Ohio Academy of History (OAH) will award its prize for the best dissertation of 2000-2001 to University of Cincinnati alumnus Sanjam Ahluwalia, who completed her PhD in history at UC in late 2000.
  • Sanjam Ahluwalia History Dissertation Deemed Ohio's 'Best'
    The Ohio Academy of History (OAH) will award its prize for the best dissertation of 2000-2001 to University of Cincinnati alumnus Sanjam Ahluwalia, who completed her PhD in history at UC in late 2000.
  • Ezgi Akpinar-Ferrand UC Geography Student Finds History of Energy to Hold Key to Developing Nations
    While studying energy usage in ancient environments, Ezgi Akpinar-Ferrand realized such low-technology resources may help current developing nations.
  • John Alexander 'Samuel Adams' Gets to the Heart of Our Founding Fathers' Beliefs
    History Professor John K. Alexander's new book shines fresh light on the beliefs of America's founding fathers through the insights and revelations of Samuel Adams.
  • Michael Alexander PROFILE: Co-op and Connections Pave A Promising Future For This UC Student
    Engineering student Michael Alexander describes the real-world experience he has gained through co-op as well as the academic and social support systems he found at UC.
  • Jonathan Alexander McMicken Professor Wins Praise Nationally and at Home
    Jonathan Alexander, McMicken College associate professor of English, will be honored with the Ellen Nold Award at the 19th annual Computers and Writing Conference May 22-25 at Purdue University.
  • Ashley Allemang Honors Scholar Takes the Trip of a Lifetime
    University of Cincinnati Honors Scholar Ashley Allemang took the trip of a lifetime over spring break last March when she traveled with 22 others with the Honors Scholars Program to Belize.
  • Ashley Allemang PROFILE: Honors Scholar Takes the Trip of a Lifetime
    Ashley Allemang dove into her studies in a UC classroom -- underwater and across the world.
  • Susan Allen Albania: Agriculture Goes Beyond Its Roots
    Anthropology professor earns NSF grant to dig in Albanian wetlands.
  • Vanessa Allen-Brown Fulbright Award Takes Faculty Member To CU Instead Of UC
    Vanessa Allen-Brown says she considered a large classroom at UC to number 25 students, but she’s off to a university that has a population of 155,000, and as many as 1,000 students in one classroom.
  • Austin Allison Law Student Is a Successful Entrepreneur
    Austin Allison started his first business when he was just eight years old.
  • Mads Almassalkhi PROFILE: UC Engineering Major Gets An Early Jump On College
    Mads Almassalkhi earned UC college credit while he was still in high school, through the Post Secondary Enrollment Options Program.
  • Trent Amstutz Nano Studies a Primary Focus of Freshman Engineering Major
    Chemical engineering student Trent Amstutz is UC's May Undergraduate Research Student of the Month.
  • Kat Shehata and Jo McElwee PROFILE: Mother-Daughter Team Creates Children's Book
    Two alums bring the story of San Francisco's famous sea lions to the younger set.
  • Sarah Anderson New Professor Shows Psychology Isn’t just Talk Show Fodder
    Sarah Anderson balances time between language research and dedication to students.
  • Sara Andria Chemistry Doctoral Student Finds Researcher's Paradise at Nobel Laureates Meeting
    Doctoral student Sara Andria's first trip abroad came courtesy of her seat at the annual Lindau Meeting of Nobel Laureates and Students.
  • Stephen Apking UC Alum's Work Is Saluted in Song
    Architecture alum Stephen Apking was recently named a Fellow by the American Institute of Architects.
  • Jenny Arkle Pursuing geology from SoCal to sub-zero and back to sun and sand
    Doctoral student employs cutting-edge geological dating techniques in research of tectonic plates on a Caribbean island.
  • Robert Arner PROFILE: Robert Arner Takes a Serious Look at Comedy Films
    A professor of English teaches students that there's much more to film comedy than laughter.
  • Robert Arner English Professor Takes a Serious Look at Comedy Films
    Don't ask Robert Arner to pick his favorite comedy film.
  • Rick Arnest UC College-Conservatory of Music Alum Making Music with 'Music Under Construction'
    CCM grad Rick Arnest’s compositions premiered recently in Venice and Prague. Sometimes he gets to travel as widely as his music.
  • Sean Arthurs PROFILE: UC Law Student Preps To Help Community
    The UC College of Law's 172nd annual Hooding Ceremony takes place May 21, marking the finish line for Sean Arthurs and about 125 other third-year law students. Arthurs will then prepare to help the burgeoning Latino community in Greater Cincinnati with their legal needs, after he was awarded one of the nation's most prestigous law fellowships on the basis of his proposals to serve that community.
  • Lynn Ashley UC Alum Was a Pioneer for Women During World War II
    Lynn Ashley will take part in a special Nov. 9 ceremony on campus to honor faculty, staff and students who served their nation in times of peace and in times of war.

  • Jessica Aspra PROFILE: Relay For Life Becomes A Family Affair For This UC Student
    The American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life at UC takes place April 30-May 1 on McMicken Commons. UC sophomore and Relay volunteer Jessica Pauley will be cheering for her father as he walks in the survivors’ victory lap in the opening ceremony.
  • Philippe Audax PROFILE: UC Kitchens Extend Worldwide Education For Executive Chef
    Aramark Executive Chef Philippe Audax serves up those savory meals at Mick and Mack’s. He has also served in the White House and as a paratrooper in the French military and says he has the scar to prove it!
  • Jeremy Augenstein Honors Scholar Describes His Unforgettable Spring Break
    In his own words, a UC student describes witnessing the devastation of Hurricane Katrina, six months after the storm.
  • Neil Ayres Polymer Chemist Finds A&S 'Great Fit' for His Work
    Neil Ayres, assistant professor of chemistry, is focused on research embracing the cutting edge of technology.
  • Seema Bahinipat Focus On...Insights on the Tsunami
    Seema Bahinipati, a graduate student and research assistant in the physics department, contributed the following remarks about the disaster in Asia.
  • Seema Bahinipat Focus On...Insights on the Tsunami
    Seema Bahinipati, a graduate student and research assistant in the physics department, contributed the following remarks about the disaster in Asia.
  • Omar Bailey PROFILE: Co-op Puts Student On Track for Designing Athletic Footwear
    When it comes to his career, University of Cincinnati industrial design senior Omar Bailey, 22, has started off on the right foot. Thanks to his co-op work quarters, shoe designs Omar began at New Balance Inc. and K-Swiss are or soon will be on store shelves.
  • Alexandra Bailey Summer Job at UC Requires Intensive Training for Student Workers
    Alexandra Bailey is one of 30 Student Orientation Leaders guiding new students through their Bearcat Bound Summer Orientation.
  • Pamela Baker Center Prepares Faculty for Teaching in the 21st Century
    To achieve the best in teaching can often be a challenging learning experience. Pamela Baker leads a center that provides UC faculty with the tools and support to build on their own success in teaching as well as on the success of their students.
  • Geoff baldwin Student Stirs Up Excitement With a Spoon Designed to Heat Beverages
    Professionals from more than 30 countries will get the chance to examine an inventive design by UC student Geoff Baldwin March 12-14. That’s when Baldwin travels to Chicago to  display the design that just won him a second place in the International Housewares Association competition.
  • Lynn Barber PROFILE: Retiring Registrar Looks Back on Career
    UC Registrar Lynn Barber looks back on his years with UC, starting as a chemistry student.
  • Bruce Bardes PROFILE: Teacher Bruce Bardes is Bulgaria Bound
    A long-ago, childhood business is the reason UC faculty member Bruce Bardes will soon head off to Sofia, Bulgaria, to teach engineering courses as a Fulbright Exchange Scholar.
  • Kyle Barker In National Competition, Student Wins $5,000 Scholarship
    Already a student in the nation’s No. 1 interior design program at UC, Kyle Barker was also the No. 1 winner in a recent national design competition.
  • Tricia Barraza PROFILE: Memorial Scholarship Brings Her (and Her Family) Closer to Degree Dreams
    When she graduates in June 2004, Tricia Barraza will be the first on both sides of her family to earn a college degree. And earn it she has. Tricia works almost full-time while taking more than a full class load and contributing to community and school groups.
  • Gary Barton UC’s Oldest Grad This December Is a Familiar Voice in Cincinnati
    He has led generations of Cincinnatians on a discovery of classical music. At Commencement, Gary Barton takes the first step on the pathway he’s considering for a second career.
  • Regina Baucom What’s the Story, Morning Glory?
    New assistant professor of biological sciences Regina Baucom studies the evolution of herbicide resistance in morning glories.
  • Leah Bauer College of Medicine Graduate Leaves Legacy
    Leah Bauer creates a course to help fourth-year med students become better physicians.
  • Kimberly Bauer She's Walked in Commencement, Now C-Ring Winner Shadows Doctors in Burn Clinic in South America
    Kimberly Bauer knows when you’re helping people with their health care that you need to speak their language. She has just the right personal chemistry to do that. It also helps that she’s graduating with a double major in chemistry and Spanish.
  • Amanda Bauer AstroPixie Conquers Cyber Space as Advocate for Science
    Physics alumna Amanda Bauer is passionate about astronomy, blogging, and recruiting women to the sciences.
  • Merve Bayram Student UC Worldfest Organizer Shares Her Culture Through Celebration Featuring Food and Festivities
    Before she came to study at UC, Merve Bayram studied American culture by watching American TV shows with Turkish subtitles. It turns out South Park is among the programming viewed around the world.
  • UC Bearcat Vote for the Bearcat in the Capital One Mascot Contest
    Vote to make the Bearcat the Capital One Mascot of the Year for the second year in a row. Voting is unlimited.
  • Georgia Beasley Oldest Living African-American Alum Praises UC’s African American Cultural and Research Center
    Ms. Georgia E. Beasley, 101-year-old alumna, visits the African American Cultural and Research Center (AACRC) to inspire students, staff and faculty alike in a celebration called the “Return of the Queen Mother.”
  • Richard Beck Scouting Out Al Queda: Researcher Develops New Methods of Counter-Terrorism
    Helpless in the face of terrorism - that's not a phrase that University of Cincinnati geography researcher Richard Beck wants applied to him.
  • Richard Beck UC Geographer Tests System for Mars Exploration
    University of Cincinnati geographer Richard Beck has trekked to the deserts for a second time to test a powerful data-gathering system that may allow future Mars explorers to collect data and analyze it without returning to Earth to process it.
  • Richard Beck UC Geographer Tests System for Mars Exploration
    University of Cincinnati geographer Richard Beck has trekked to the deserts for a second time to test a powerful data-gathering system that may allow future Mars explorers to collect data and analyze it without returning to Earth to process it.
  • Thomas Beck Q&A With Thomas Beck, Chemistry & Physics
    Breaking down complex topics is nothing new for Thomas Beck, professor of chemistry and physics.
  • Judith Benkendorf Gene Leader: Alumna Maps a Career in Genetic Counseling
    Biology alumna Judith Benkendorf has dedicated nearly 30 years to the field of genetic counseling.
  • Mike Benkert Spring Graduate Honored for Leadership and Service
    Mike Benkert’s dedication to UC’s partnership with Cincinnati Habitat for Humanity is recognized with an award newly named in honor of the UC student who envisioned the ongoing collaboration.
  • Dominic Berardi Meet Dominic 'Mr. Bearcat' Berardi
    When students graduate, their letters of recommendation from faculty often say that they’ll be missed. That’s an understatement when it comes to Dominic Berardi, this year’s “Mr. Bearcat.”
  • Dennis Berkey Math Alum Elected Worcester Polytechnic Institute's President
    Dennis Berkey became the 15th president of Worcester Polytechnic Institute on July 1, 2004.
  • Cynthia Berryman-Fink Meet Cynthia Berryman-Fink
    If you're looking for a pet sitter or dog-walker, she's a softy for the furry, four-legged types.
  • Danielle Bessett New Sociology Professor Brings Expertise in Sexual Health and Reproduction
    Assistant Professor of sociology Danielle Bessett studies medical sociology in an effort to create better health care models.
  • Fred Beyette 2008 Emerging Entrepreneur Award: Fred Beyette
    Fred Beyette uses optics and electronics to build systems that solve problems. It makes sense: he’s seeing how he can connect people.
  • Zvi Biener Newton's Physics Has Mass Appeal for New Philosophy Professor
    New assistant professor of philosphy, Zvi Biener, explains the momentous transformation in physics that took place during the 17th century in his forthcoming essay, “Cotes’ Queries: Newton’s Empiricism and Conceptions of Matter.”
  • Micki Bigner PROFILE: Mother of Eight and Grandmother of Twenty Uproots Routine for Education
    When her youngest daughter started at UC in 1997, Micki Bigner, 64, of White Oak, wasn’t exactly green with envy, but she still felt the twinge that she’d never completed college herself, having left school almost 40 years ago to get married and raise a family. Finally, Micki decided to stem her doubts and pluck up her courage. One day, she says, “I saw a ‘Help Wanted’ sign, and the car just turned itself into the White Oak Garden Center,” and Micki, then aged 57, found herself with her first paying job ever and on the road to a horticulture degree at UC.
  • Taylor Birch Students Are at the Center of the UC Experience During Summer Orientation
    There will be no summer break for UC students like Taylor Birch, who underwent an intensive training program to welcome UC’s new students to Bearcat Bound Orientation.
  • Ellen Birkett Morris Page After Page, A&S Alumna Savors Writing Life
    Her first official body of work was presented to the world in a ribbon-bound spiral notebook.
  • Ellen Birkett Morris McMicken Goes to the Aronoff

    'Lost Girls,' a play written and directed by two A&S alums, will be featured in Cincinnati Playwrights Initiative's New Voices Series.

  • William Blaylock Benefits of Education Hold Special Meaning for 1942 Physics Alumnus
    Physics is more than a vocation for Bill Blaylock – it's an avocation that helped spur the inspiration for an alumni fund.
  • Jeffrey Blevins Expert in New Media Chosen to Lead Journalism Department
    Administrator leaves venerable program at Iowa State University to join UC’s new department, enhancing its ability to train students for the future of journalism.
  • Alexandra Blood McMicken Welcomes Two Cincinnatus Scholarship Winners
    New Arts and Sciences students Alexandra Blood and Amar Pandya will pursue their educations as two of the latest winners of four-year, $76,000 awards.
  • Alexandra Blood Cincinnatus Scholar Says Her Full Scholarship Was a Full Surprise
    Alexandra Blood’s advice to the next round of competitors is to have a good time and expect the best.
  • Lisa Boh For This Alum, Fear Makes for a Formidable Designer
    Very early in her DAAP education, Lisa Boh decided to be an entrepreneur. Since then, she admits, "The fear has never gone away. I've been scared since the day I thought of being an entrepreneur up until yesterday. But that fear is my driver, the secret to success."
  • Maria Bolten Maria Bolten — A Woman of Many Talents
    Besides recognizing National Women’s History Month, UC also celebrates its present and future women. Meet Maria Bolten.
  • Kingsley Bonsu Blackboard Job Posting Leads to Job with EPA Contractor
    Undergrad Kingsley Bonsu now works part time as a chemist with a contractor for the Environmental Protection Agency.
  • Bethany Bowling UC Graduate Student Honored as One of the Nation’s Future Leaders in Higher Education
    Doctoral student Bethany Bowling is one of eight graduate students nationally to be honored for her leadership in teaching and learning as well as her commitment to service.

  • Steven Bowman Professor Pens Book on WWII Greek Jews

    Steven Bowman of Judaic Studies looks at the Holocaust through a perspective rarely studied: the Greek Jews.

  • Brittany Bradley Psych Club Offers Fun, Informative Networking to all Students
    President Brittany Bradley has made new friends, gotten to know her professors and honed her leadership skills through the club.
  • Pat Branam Meet...Pat Branam
    Fundraising isn’t a sprint- it’s more like a marathon.
  • Pat Branam Meet...Pat Branam
    Fundraising isn’t a sprint- it’s more like a marathon.
  • David Brasington It's All a Matter of Economics (and Sometimes, Music, Too)
    Housing data inspires research for David Brasington – and 'Schoolhouse Rock' inspires a tuneful class.
  • James Braziel English Instructor's Southern Roots Span Years in 'Birmingham, 35 Miles'

    James Braziel's Georgia upbringing played an important role in bringing his first novel – the first in a two-book deal – to life.


  • Paula Breslin Q&A: Paula Breslin
    Paula Breslin, director of the college’s First Year Experience Program, accepted a serious challenge when she assumed responsibilities for the position.
  • Carlton Brett UC’s Carl Brett Presented Prestigious Medal in Norway
    The International Commission on Stratigraphy presents its second Digby McLaren Medal ever to Professor of Geology Carl Brett for a Lifetime of Notable Contributions.
  • Carlton Brett Carlton Brett Receives George Rieveschl Award for Distinguished Scientific Research.
    Called a "veritable research dynamo" and "large-scale conceptualizer," Brett's enthusiasm for and knowledge of his science permeate UC's Geology Department.
  • Jeff Brickler PROFILE: At UC, This Latin Lover Becomes a Lover of Learning
    After mastering ancient Greek and Latin texts as an undergraduate and graduate Classics student, Jeff Brickler is tackling a new language, that of computer programming.
  • Pamela Bridgewater Representing America
    Political science alumna Pamela Bridgewater is a two-time U.S. Ambassador and diplomat to countries around the world.

  • Louis Brothers UC Alum Develops Anti-Terror Detection Technology
    Louis Brothers credits his love for science and UC connections for his success developing advanced screening systems.
  • Michael Brothers PROFILE: New Cincinnatus Scholar Is All Settled In At UC
    UC’s Cincinnatus IX Scholarship Competition is coming up on Feb. 12. Meet one of the nation’s top students who says the scholarship and UC’s high quality programs were too good a deal to pass up.
  • Michael Brothers UC Grad Awarded Homeland Security Fellowship
    The U.S. Government makes an investment in Mike Brothers’ future graduate research, which is aimed at keeping us safe on the home front.
  • Jamie Bryant Of French and Fashion
    Romance Languages graduate Jamie Bryant is the creator and editor of Kiki, a successful new tween fashion magazine.
  • Zach Bryson UC's Mr. Bearcat Says We're All Bearcats
    Each year, UC honors a male senior with the title 'Mr. Bearcat.' Meet Zach Bryson.
  • Daniel Buchholz Meet Daniel Buchholz
    As a child, Daniel Buchholz wasn't the stereotypical little boy with a frog in one hand and a jar in the other.
  • Daniel Buchholz Grant Lends Excitement, Fulfillment to Research Project
    Daniel Buchholz's first year at McMicken is highlighted by a Powe Award, his first grant as a member of the biology faculty.
  • Kate Bulinski Kate Bulinski — A Great Find
    A diamond in the rough might be an appropriate description for a geologist. Diamond is the hardest naturally occurring substance, created by intense pressure. But Kate Bulinski is not rough. And she’s not a mineralogist; she’s a paleontologist.
  • Michael Bunn Culinology Student With a Full Plate Works to Feed the Troops
    Culinology student Michael Bunn, a former U.S. Marine, works himself harder than would any drill sergeant. He’s enlisted in a full course of studies and routinely works multiple jobs. One of those was a recent co-op quarter where he devised new food options for the military.
  • Ruth Burbank PROFILE: It Just Figures: She Unravels the Complexities of Knits
    In all her years of teaching, Ruth Burbank, adjunct instructor in UC’s prestigious College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning, has always concentrated on figures. In nearly 20 years of teaching high school mathematics, it was the numerical kind. Now that she’s an in-demand instructor of machine knitting, Ruth’s focus is, rather, on helping students cut the most fashionable figure.
  • Kim Burdett McMicken's New APIO Introduces Herself
    Assistant Public Information Officer Kim Burdett has a lot to learn and is eager to get started.
  • Andrew Burke Midnight Tours Highlight MainStreet Celebration
    Student tour guide Andrew Burke will reveal the myths and legends of UC during the MainStreet Preview Celebration.
  • Gage Burke UC Students Just Back from Trip of a Lifetime to China
    P. Gage Burke and three fellow UC students are just back from a trip to China where they studied globalization and entrepreneurship while practicing their networking skills. Their trip was made possible by UC alumnus, philanthropist and international business leader Peter Woo.
  • Kathy Burlew UC Psychology Professor Honored with APA Award for Mentorship of Ethnic Graduate Students
    Kathy Burlew received the Kenneth and Mamie Clark Award for Outstanding Contributions to the Professional Development of Ethnic and Minority Graduate Students.
  • Candice Burnam Greek Week President Discovers Leadership and Service Through Connections with Fraternity and Sorority Life
    Candice Burnam finds the support for her personal success through the strong bonds of sisterhood.
  • Donna Burns PROFILE: Director of Communiversity Cultivates UC's Commitment To Lifelong Learning
    Donna Burns looks back on the beginnings of Communiversity in 1949 and says it’s amazing how much the program has changed. Yet, over more than five decades, some things remain the same.
  • Billi Burton Assistant Dean Has New Title
    To many people, Billie Burton is known only as an assistant dean in the college. But she now has earned a new title, that of church pastor.
  • Craig Buschle A Double Victory for a UC Senior: Overcoming Cancer and Getting to Commencement
    Craig Buschle graduates this June after cancer twice forced him to drop out of college. For the third year in a row, he’ll walk the Survivor’s Lap at the American Cancer Society Relay For Life at UC on April 29.
  • Angie Butcher Distance-Learning Grad Earns Her Degree to Keep Her Job
    Juggling a job and family and living in a rural area, Angie Butcher couldn’t drive to a classroom, so the UC classroom came to her living room.
  • Daniel Cabarcas Cryptography: Using Math to Keep Computers Secure
    Math PhD student Daniel Cabarcas studies polynomials to help fight the algebraic attacks that threaten computer security.
  • Bartol Cabrera WATCH: UC’s New Executive Chef Showcases Creativity in the Kitchen
    University Dining Services Executive Chef Bartol Cabrera has previously piqued the palates of the rich and famous.
  • Danny Calhoun PROFILE: Student Orientation Leader Welcomes New Students
    Danny Calhoun, an out-of-state student, says the welcome he received at his orientation was key to helping him settle into his new home on campus. He's now working to extend that welcome to UC's newest students.
  • Isaac Campos Meet Isaac Campos
    At an age when many young people are getting basic information about the dangers of drugs, grade-schooler Isaac Campos was researching and writing about the history of the drug trade.
  • Isaac Campos Meet Isaac Campos
    At an age when many young people are getting basic information about the dangers of drugs, grade-schooler Isaac Campos was researching and writing about the history of the drug trade.
  • Isaac Campos-Costero Reefer Madness and the War on Drugs
    History professor Isaac Campos-Costero presented his research on the history of cannabis in North America at the American Historical Association annual meeting.
  • Eduardo Cancel UC Graduate Takes a Sudden Turn on His Path to Commencement
    Eduardo Cancel says a sudden detour on his academic pathway is making him appreciate his upcoming graduation even more.
  • Thomas Canepa Administrator Joins UC’s National Presence in Excellence in Education
    Thomas Canepa is voted the state representative of the Ohio ACT organization.
  • Gustuv Carlson Professor Emeritus Gustav Carlson Remembered
    Gustav Gunnar Carlson, professor emeritus of sociology and anthropology at the University of Cincinnati, passed away.
  • Steven Carlton-Ford Steve Carlton Ford Analyzes Survey of Iraqi Teens
    University of Cincinnati Associate Professor Steve Carlton-Ford is reporting an interesting preliminary finding in a rare survey that focuses on the attitudes of adolescents affected by war on their home soil.
  • Steven Carlton-Ford UC Sociologist Predicts Iraq War Toll on Children
    Before the war in Iraq began, University of Cincinnati sociologist Steven L. Carlton-Ford “guesstimated” in a conservative scenario that 22,000-44,000 children under 5 would die as a direct and indirect consequence of the conflict, within the next year.
  • Steven Carlton-Ford Sociologist Studies War's Impact on Children
    University of Cincinnati sociologist Steven Carlton-Ford says that in the best case scenario the next 12 months will see somewhere between 37,000-74,000 Iraqi civilians die as a result of the aftermath of war.
  • Steve Carlton-Ford New Book by UC Researcher Examines War and Society
    University of Cincinnati Sociologist Steve-Carlton Ford compiles a new handbook that’s described as “an introduction to current sociological and behavioral research on the effects of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.”
  • Paul Caron Law Prof Named Among 'Accounting Today's' Most Influential People
    It's the fourth time that Professor Paul Caron has been included on this impressive list.
  • Paul Caron PROFILE: The Full Story on Taxes
    Paul Caron of the UC College of Law has turned his interest in tax policy and better ways to teach it into a new series of legal textbooks for one of the nation's largest legal education publishers.
  • Shannon Carr UC Student Club Leader on the Lookout for Fellow Horse-Lovers in the City
    Whether an experienced competitor or just a beginner, Shannon Carr is seeking students interested in joining a UC student organization that develops skill, showmanship and service.
  • Garrett Carter Garrett Carter, Leading the Way
    When graduating students proudly walk into Shoemaker Center on Saturday, Garrett Carter will be leading them. It’s a sign of things to come for this soon-to-be UC criminal justice grad.
  • Brooke Carter PROFILE: Brooke Carter Came to UC “By Mistake”
    Student Brooke Carter claims to love her mistakes because they’re the only way she learns.  She’s especially happy with her latest big “mistake,” the one that brought her to UC.
  • Charles Casey-Leininger McMicken Professor Helps Society Write Its Own History
    Faculty member Charles Casey-Leininger researches and documents the history of the Legal Aid Society of Cincinnati for its new book.
  • Kathy Chance UC Grad Never Set Foot on Campus
    But come Commencement on June 10, this grad with a 4.0 GPA will march in the morning ceremony and see UC’s campus for the first time.

  • Myriam Chancy Professor Finds Home in Cincinnati, Keeps Heart in Haiti
    New English Professor Myriam Chancy discusses Haitian scholarship and the recent tragedy that rocked her homeland.
  • Myriam Chancy Chancy Wins an Inaugural Guyana Prize for Literature Caribbean Award 2010
    University of Cincinnati Professor Myriam J. A. Chancy was flown to Georgetown, Guyana, to receive the inaugural Guyana Prize for Literature Caribbean Award 2010, Best Book of Fiction for her recent novel.
  • Jacqueline Chapel-Hardy PROFILE: She Beats Back Age by Going on Stage
    University alumna Jacqueline Chapel-Hardy recently hit a high note in a reality/documentary program titled “Ten Years Younger.” The 50-year-old grandmother faced down her fears – including stage fright – and worked up a new attitude, and all of it was caught on film and is airing around the globe.
  • Amity Chaulk PROFILE: Co-op Is Firmly Rooted In This Grad's Family Tree
    The Pockras/Chaulk family of Cincinnati has sent four generations of students through the University of Cincinnati’s celebrated co-op program. This December, the latest “twig” off the family tree – Amity Chaulk – is set to graduate. 
  • Stanley M. Chesley UC’s Newest Trustee is a Familiar Face on the Board
    Prominent attorney Stanley M. Chesley says he feels honored to once again serve on the board of “a magnificent institution.”
  • Ying Chi New Orthopedic Surgeon Hopes to Inspire Other Women to Enter Speciality
    Ying Chi, MD, says she sees the shortage of women in her field as an opportunity, not a disparity.
  • Cindy Chiang PROFILE: UC Student Builds Campus Connections
    Biomedical engineering major Cindy Chiang talks about her experience of getting involved on campus and how that is building on her success in and out of the classroom.
  • Sasi Chockalingam UC Master’s Candidate Awarded For Commitment To Community Health Care Needs
    Dr. Sasi Chockalingam, a graduate student in the division of human services, is awarded an internship with the Health Foundation of Greater Cincinnati.

  • Jennifer Choto Architecture Student Finds Her Life Is Coming Full Circle
    Raised in Zimbabwe, Jennifer Choto came to UC to earn her undergraduate architecture and interior design degrees in the nation’s top-ranked programs here. Now, as an architecture graduate student, she’s come full circle – designing a library/community center for a community in Kenya.
  • Donna Chrobot-Mason Meet...Donna Chrobot-Mason
    Donna Chrobot-Mason may still be unpacking boxes, but she already has big plans for the Center for Organizational Leadership.
  • Steve Chrzanowski UC Co-op Contributes to Better Medicine
    Bio-medical engineering co-op student Steve Chrzanowski has been involved with research at UC’s Academic Health Center and now at the Texas Heart Institute – seeking to better drug delivery in the future.
  • Beth Ciaravolo Fulbright Winner’s Research is Prime Example of Geography’s Interdisciplinarity
    Graduate student’s work explores how geography, language and identity are connected. She will travel to Ukraine for a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship.
  • David Ciarlo Imported Racism: German Advertising and Imperialism
    New assistant professor of history David Ciarlo studies advertising and imperialism in 20th-century Germany.
  • Lee Cirilli PROFILE: UC Staff Member Plans Run Across Alaska
    Lee Cirilli hopes to raise $4,000 to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society by running in the 26.2-mile Midnight Sun Marathan in Anchorage, Alaska in June.
  • Stephen Clarson UC Engineering Prof Named Cincinnati’s Chemist of the Year
    One of many accolades comes from the world’s largest scientific society in recognition of a new journal named after — what else — one of the most abundant elements in the world.
  • Jackie Clifford A Familiar Face on MainStreet
    Graduating senior Jackie Clifford is one of the 350 UC students who work at the state-of-the-art Campus Recreation Center.

  • Evan Clinkenbeard UC Fraternity’s Summer Trip to Haiti Is a Life-Changing Experience
    In his own words, Sigma Chi member Evan Joel Clinkenbeard describes the poverty and comradeship he discovered during a summer of service.
  • Zachary Cloud UC December Commencement’s Youngest Graduate is Summa Cum Laude
    Zac Cloud graduated from high school just a couple of months before finishing his degree at UC.
  • Susan Cogan Meet...Susan Cogan
    "I enjoy working in an academic environment," says Susan Roche Cogan, the administrative coordinator for the Romance Languages and Literatures Department.
  • Michael Coleman Colemam Announces Gubernatorial Candidacy
    McMicken alumnus, Michael Coleman, became the first Democrat to enter the 2006 race when he recently announced his candidacy for the governorship.
  • Michael Coleman Colemam Announces Gubernatorial Candidacy
    McMicken alumnus, Michael Coleman, became the first Democrat to enter the 2006 race when he recently announced his candidacy for the governorship.
  • Kyle Combs December Grad Describes His Road to Success
    Kyle Combs, who graduates on Saturday, describes the second chance that led him to UC.
  • William Connick Chemist's 'light touch' earns CAREER Award from NSF
    UC chemist William Connick has found a way to get a single particle of light - one photon - to do twice the expected amount of work.
  • William Connick Associate Chemistry Professor Named 'Young Observer'
    Bill Connick hopes attendance at international meeting will spur collaboration, new ideas.
  • Helen Cooper howe Helen Cooper Howe: UC Ties Stayed Strong
    She was an energetic, independent person, one recalled by her family and friends as a woman who followed her interests and her heart.
  • Helen Cooper howe Helen Cooper Howe: UC Ties Stayed Strong
    She was an energetic, independent person, one recalled by her family and friends as a woman who followed her interests and her heart.
  • Kevin Corcoran NKU to Host ACE Fellow Dr. Kevin Corcoran
    Northern Kentucky University President Dr. James Votruba announced today that Dr. Kevin Corcoran, head of the Department of Psychology at the University of Cincinnati, one of 40 2005-06 American Council on Education (ACE) Fellows, will spend the next year on NKU’s campus.
  • Jasmine Cotten UC Athlete Shatters Record
    Jasmine Cotten sets records and notches NCAA provisional mark in the pentathlon.
  • Kory Cottrell “Shy Student” Thanks Teacher For Challenging Him To Speak Up
    Kory Cottrell says he was an introvert in high school. At UC’s Autumn Commencement, his former Lakota East High School history teacher will be honored for drawing out the leadership skills that he says have put him ahead of the class.
  • Randall Cottrell PROFILE: UC Health Educator Leads National Organization
    University of Cincinnati Professor Randall Cottrell will begin serving a two-year term as president of the American Association for Health Education in April.
  • Lindsay Craig Student Publishes in Top Philosophy Journal
    PhD philosophy student Lindsay Craig's views on evolutionary development biology will be featured in an upcoming issue of 'Philosophy of Science.'
  • E. David Crawford Prostate Cancer Expert Shares, Expands Knowledge of His Specialty
    Dr. E. David Crawford's concern for prostate cancer patients, and hope for their futures, began during his days at UC.
  • Samantha Cronier C-Ring Celebrates Cincinnati’s Cream of the Crop
    The C-Ring Award, given annually to an outstanding graduating woman, was presented May 14 to Samantha Cronier, a double major from Guilford, Ind.
  • Samantha Cronier Samantha Cronier Grabs the Gold Ring at the Annual C-Ring Banquet
    In days gone by, grabbing the gold ring on a carousel meant you won a free ride. Graduating senior Samantha Cronier has had quite a ride at the University of Cincinnati, culminating in her receiving the coveted C-Ring Award.
  • Mick Cronin From History to Head Coach, UC a 'Perfect Fit' for Cronin

    UC's men's basketball coach Mick Cronin values a life-long relationship with the university.
  • Brooke Crowley New UC Professor Uses the Past to See the Future
    Brooke Crowley, new assistant professor in geology and anthropology, studies the past to see the future locally and globally.
  • Theresa Culley One Biology Professor, Several Graduate Students and the Parents of a Pear Tree
    Theresa Culley raised caterpillars in her playhouse as a child in Southern California.
  • Theresa Culley One Biology Professor, Several Graduate Students and the Parents of a Pear Tree
    Theresa Culley raised caterpillars in her playhouse as a child in Southern California.
  • Brandon Curry Cadet Brandon Curry Returns to UC from Active Duty in Iraq
    Brandon Curry and other University of Cincinnati veterans are honored at September football game and during Veterans’ Day ceremony.
  • Brett Cushing At Age 18, Incoming Student Has Already Created, Sold Her Own Design Business
    Incoming student Brett Cushing, 18, already has the best of real-world experience. For three years while in high school, she created and ran her own design business – and now has licensed her designs to an apparel manufacturer.
  • Melanie Cushion, PhD UC Scientist Searching for Clues to Deadly Ancient Organism
    Melanie Cushion, PhD, leads an international pneumocystis genome project.
  • Jennifer Daggy PROFILE: Senior on Target in National Competition
    Jennifer Daggy is more than a sew-sew student.
  • Watkins David State Department Internship Filled With Opportunity, Responsibility
    David Watkins’ busy summer took him from Egypt to Morocco to Washington, D.C.
  • Jack Davis UC Classics Professor Made Honorary Citizen of Nestor
    Jack Davis was made an honorary citizen of the Municipality of Nestor because of his archaeological research on the Palace of Nestor.
  • Christopher Davis Architecture Student Builds Up Experience with a Smithsonian Co-op
    About 24 million visitors annually drop by the Smithsonian Institution’s museums. But thanks to his current co-op work experience, UC architecture student Christopher Davis has the one-in-24 million chance to do far more than just visit. He is, in fact, working at the Smithsonian, helping to shape its future.
  • Teresa Davis Thankful UC Alumna Follows in Prof’s Footsteps
    Ever wonder where that one special teacher is now or wish that you had gone back to say 'thank you'? Some of us do — like Teresa Davis.
  • Erica Dawson Poet's 'Big-Eyed Afraid' Draws Big Praise – and Anthony Hecht Prize
    First-year PhD student and Elliston Fellow Erica Dawson is garnering solid acclaim for "Big-Eyed Afraid," a recently published collection of bold, witty poetry that's been called "polished but unvarnished, exquisitely alive" and "humorous but heart-wrenching."
  • Yvonne Dawson Grad From The Inner City Honors Her Tough Love Teacher
    At UC’s December Commencement, a UC grad and alum of the Cincinnati Public Schools honors a former teacher for her discipline and support that has spanned generations.
  • Amanda Day To Mauna Kea and Beyond
    WISE participant Amanda Day goes to Hawaii to study planet-forming material at a NASA observatory.
  • Cheryl Deardorff Graduation Is A Family Affair for Mom and Son
    UC graduate Cheryl Deardorff started college shortly out of high school 30 years ago, but then decided to put her degree on hold. Her advice for her son who’s entering UC this fall: Don’t stop, because it’s hard to go back!
  • Mary Linn DeBeck White Mary Linn White, 1922-2006: 'A Passion for Journalism'
    In simple language, newspaper work was Mary Linn DeBeck White’s life.
  • Jeannette Dehmer Counting Down to Blast-Off: An "A" Student Who's Proud to be on the "B" Team
    Jeannette Dehmer, 21, is shooting to become an astronaut some day, and she's already got one foot on the launch pad!
  • Kersha Deibel-Trotter A Familiar Face at New Student Orientation
    UC sophomore Kersha Deibel-Trotter landed a summer job on campus helping new students become familiar with college life.
  • Janet Del Bene Chemistry Alumna: Receiving 2008 Morley Medal 'An Honor'
    Janet Del Bene, PhD '68, joins Nobel Laureates and McMicken professors recognized for contributions to chemistry.
  • Tanya Del Valle PROFILE: With New Center's Help, Del Valle's Not Undecided Anymore
    After working five years as a dental hygienist, Tanya Del Valle wanted to try something new. Exactly what, she was not sure...until she turned to UC's Center for Exploratory Studies.
  • Laura Deller PROFILE: Student Peer Leader Says Learning Communities Craft Connections
    Laura Deller is from a family of Bearcats but says she was so intimidated on her first big day here that she burst into tears. Now, she praises UC’s learning communities at Bearcat Bound Orientation and is co-captain of the peer leaders for the program.
  • William Dember William N. Dember, 1928-2006: 'A Gentleman, A Gentle Man'
    'Professor Emeritus William N. Dember’s incredible litany of contributions to the field of psychology stretches so far beyond the UC campus, it’s commonplace in cyberspace.
  • Alyson Dempsey UC Graduate’s March to Commencement Is a Long-Awaited Victory
    It took eight years of struggle and perseverance to get to graduation in a personal battle that Alyson Dempsey says she fights each and every day. Yet, she’ll continue her higher education pathway after Commencement.
  • Maria Diaz-Meco, PhD New GRI Recruits Impressed by UC's Collaborative Spirit
    Jorge Moscat, PhD, and Maria Diaz-Meco, PhD, are two of the Genome Research Institute’s (GRI) newest recruits. And although the duo came to UC from the Spanish National Research Council—a major research organization similar to the National Institutes of Health—they say they aren’t any less busy.
  • Annie Dick UC’s Hooding Ceremony Is All in the Family for this Graduate
    Annie Dick will be awarded her master’s hood from her father as she continues a family tradition of UC graduates, UC employees and social workers.
  • Aaron Diefendorf Plant Remains are Great Biomarkers for Clues on Ancient Climate Change
    New UC geology Assistant Professor Aaron Diefendorf looks at carbon isotopes of fossilized leaves and plant chemicals to better understand past and present climate change.
  • Rose Dizon PROFILE: Graduating Senior Found Her Future At UC
    Graduating communication senior Rose Dizon looks back on the UC experiences that will continue to benefit her through her future career.
  • Jason Dortch Understanding Surficial Processes in the Himalayan Orogen
    Graduate student Jason Dortch takes on Earth's various terrains in the name of research.
  • Sharon Downing Library Employee Honored for 40 Years of Quality Service
    Sharon Downing is recognized for her service to library users as well as her colleagues.
  • Stacy Downing PROFILE: UC Staff Member Gets Applause As One Of The Area’s Most Outstanding Young African Americans
    Stacy Downing will be one of 10 recipients of Applause! Magazine’s “Reach for the Stars” Award.
  • Stacy Downing Stacy Downing Named New Director of Student Activities and Leadership Development Office
    She’s no stranger to UC, beginning as an undergrad, earning a doctorate and previously serving as assistant director for the AACRC and Ethnic Programs and Services. Now, her career serving students at UC is taking a new direction.

  • Darrin Doyle English Alum Gets Revenge
    Darrin Doyle recently published his debut novel and is set to release another next spring.
  • Taylor Dungjen Following Their Lede

    Journalism student Taylor Dungjen immerses herself in the field beloved by her family.

  • Tony Dunlap Tony Dunlap’s Commitment to Youth Ranges from Girls Scouts in Cleveland to College Students in Cincinnati
    Tony Dunlap came to the University of Cincinnati from high school in Louisville. He chose UC for its location, academics and one other thing: chess.
  • Nicholas Dunning Geography Professor Plans Geoarchaeology Trip to Belize
    Geography professor Nicholas Dunning and a select group of students will conduct an ongoing investigation of ancient Maya impacts on the natural environment in northwestern Belize as part of a physical geography field methods course April 28th through May 10.
  • Nicholas Dunning Geography Professor Plans Geoarchaeology Trip to Belize
    Geography professor Nicholas Dunning and a select group of students will conduct an ongoing investigation of ancient Maya impacts on the natural environment in northwestern Belize as part of a physical geography field methods course April 28th through May 10.
  • Nicholas Dunning Howler Monkeys, Scorpions and Tarantulas, Oh My!
    The pristine rainforest of Belize became the classroom for nine students in a geo-archaeology field course taught by geographer Nick Dunning.
  • Lisa Dunster Battling PTSD: UC Alum Opens Retreat for Veterans
    Communication alumna Lisa Dunster is the founder of the Compass Retreat Center, a local camp for soldiers and their families.
  • Trisha Durham ‘Twilight’ in the Dark on Native Americans
    Undergraduate’s research shows popular fantasy fiction is misrepresenting Native American culture to millions of young readers.
  • Sophia Dziegielewski UC Veteran Served Army and Air Force to Pay for College
    Sophia Dziegielewski, director of the UC School of Social Work, is both a Vietnam-era and Desert Storm veteran. It was that military service that led her into the field that she’s so passionate about today.
  • Greg Elliott PROFILE: The Worst Part of a Tour in Iraq?  The Cold, Says a UC Student
    While recently stationed at “Mortar-itaville” about 30 miles north of Baghdad – where temperatures reached upwards of 120 degrees in the shade – one of the worst enemies that Greg Elliott faced was the cold.
  • Lisa Ellis Former Lawyer Now a Future Teacher
    Lisa Ellis left the law, she says, to go back to her first love – high school English.

  • Larry Elsasser PROFILE: UC Employee and Former Student-Athlete Larry Elsasser Retires After 35 Years Of Service At UC
    A celebration of Larry Elsasser’s career will be held from 3-6 p.m. Wednesday, March 30, in the Great Hall of Tangeman University Center.
  • Dewey Enderle PROFILE: Supervisor Of Van Wormer Project Is A Dedicated Volunteer With The UC/Habitat Partnership
    During the past two school years, Dewy Enderle has supervised UC construction during the week and has regularly worked the weekends, supervising the university volunteers building homes with Cincinnati Habitat for Humanity.
  • Robert Endorf Endorf Wins Grant For Unique Education Program
    Since discussing his work in science education on an Internet talk show a few weeks ago, Robert Endorf has added another honor to his resume.
  • Robert Endorf Endorf Wins Grant For Unique Education Program
    Since discussing his work in science education on an Internet talk show a few weeks ago, Robert Endorf has added another honor to his resume.
  • Robert Endorf Educating Educators
    Fund renewal for the Physical Science by Inquiry Program gives K-12 teachers a chance to learn physics from UC professors—and apply their new knowledge in their own classrooms.
  • Andrea England Student’s D.C. Internship Makes Her Fluent In French!
    Since 1998, UC has been helping students like Andrea England land high-quality internships in Washington D.C.
  • Andrea England Student’s D.C. Internship Makes Her Fluent In French!
    Since 1998, UC has been helping students like Andrea England land high-quality internships in Washington D.C.
  • Andrea England PROFILE: Student Orientation Leader Welcomes UC’s Newest Students
    Andrea England says she was so thrilled with her first year at UC that she wanted to give something back to the university. Now, she’s sharing her Bearcat pride with UC’s incoming freshman class.
  • Andrea England PROFILE: Student’s D.C. Internship Makes Her Fluent In French!
    Since 1998, UC has been helping students like Andrea England land high-quality internships in Washington D.C.  England says her current placement is any intern’s dream come true.
  • Mackenzie English English + Geology = Science Success
    Ask UC geology major Mackenzie English, “What did you do on your summer break?” and he might say, “What break?” We might add, “What didn’t he do?”
  • Andy Erickson From English to IT, Alum Follows 'Non-Standard' Path
    Career opportunities and a love of Cincinnati led English major Andy Erickson into a career in IT and an active role in helping the college and the city.
  • Gigi Escoe University of Cincinnati Appoints First Vice Provost for Assessment and Student Learning
    The appointment of Gisela Escoe emphasizes UC|21 strategies to pursue excellence in student success, quality and accountability in higher education.
  • Frank Etges Frank Etges Remembered As 'Old School' Scientist
    An "old-school scientist" devoted to detail is remembered warmly by colleagues in the Biology Department.
  • Frank Etges Frank Etges Remembered As 'Old School' Scientist
    An "old-school scientist" devoted to detail is remembered warmly by colleagues in the Biology Department.
  • Gail Fairhurst Peer Review Provides Teaching Tune-up
    Program offers faculty members a teaching mentor to guide them through course design, classroom strategies and assessment of results, and help them better engage students.
  • Gail Fairhurst Gail Fairhurst Named Fellow of ICA
    The communication professor was elected a fellow of the International Communication Association.
  • Lauren Farquhar Co-op in London Bridges Two Worlds for Interior Design Student
    Come June 18, Wichita native (and UC student) Lauren Farquhar won’t be in Kansas anymore. She’ll leave for London for six months of work with a design consulting firm as part of the university’s “co-op” work requirement.
  • William Farr Art to Angus, Hospital to Home: A&S Alum Travels Diverse Career Path
    Over the course of a career path lined with achievement, Dr. William Farr has come full circle.
  • Robert Fee Midwest Pre-Law Advisors Honor Founding Member Fee
    Senior assistant dean Bob Fee says that receiving an honor for something he did 30 years ago made him feel “old” but “still gratified.
  • Eric Finan Eric Finan Is UC Scholar-Athlete of the Month for February
    CEAS presents UC Scholar-Athlete of the Month Award for February to Track's Eric Finan.
  • Shaun Finley Wonders of Weather Put Geography Major on Career Track
    Shaun Finley's mother probably could have forecast what profession her son would choose back when she called him her "little weatherman."
  • Harold Fishbein Community Remembers Psychology Professor Hal Fishbein
    Harold D. Fishbein, age 67, passed away October 19, 2005
  • Harold Fishbein In Memoriam: Harold Fishbein
    The college mourns the loss of Harold Fishbein, Professor of Psychology, who passed away.
  • Beth Fisher Meet...Beth Fisher
    These days it’s hard to find a family that has a long tradition of working for one business or institution.
  • Anna Fiskin List of Honors Blossoms for A&S Alumna Anna Fiskin
    Anna Fiskin's list of accomplishments and honors is growing as surely as the many plants she researched as an undergraduate biology student.
  • Anna Fiskin List of Honors Blossoms for A&S Alumna Anna Fiskin
    Anna Fiskin's list of accomplishments and honors is growing as surely as the many plants she researched as an undergraduate biology student.
  • Naomi Fitter UC Scholarship Program Aims to Grow STEMM Graduates
    Applications for scholarship consideration for next fall’s freshmen are due by Dec. 15.
  • Anne Fitzgerald Service Has Been A Lifelong Calling For This UC Student
    If Anne Fitzgerald’s ambition leads her to travel around the world – it won’t be to the swankiest tourist spots or to the companies offering the most desired perks, but instead to the areas that desperately need her help.
  • Anne Fitzgerald PROFILE: Service Has Been A Lifelong Calling For This UC Student
    Anne Fitzgerald's dedication to service takes her learning beyond the classroom.
  • Davin Flateau Following the Stars
    Astrophysics student Davin Flateau gave up his career to follow his dream of discovery.
  • Mike Foley Mike Foley Finds His Field of Dreams at the University of Cincinnati
    When Mike Foley was looking at colleges, he wanted a university with a good business school, away from his familiar Cleveland suburbs but not too far away, with a solid baseball team. Did UC fit the bill? “It’s perfect,” says Foley.
  • Kathleen Forste Field Experiences Give Anthropology Student Important 'Suite of Skills'
    Kathleen Forste completed four archaeological research opportunities in her four years at UC.
  • Dom Fowler Professionalism Personified in Class, on the Job with Fortune 500 Company
    Communication major says career skills he learned at UC helped him stand out and allowed for a smooth transition from internship to part-time job with General Electric.
  • Maria Fox A Path of Passion from Design to Discovery
    Master’s student Maria Fox receives honorable mention at 82nd annual meeting of the American Association of Physical Anthropologists.
  • Mary Fox Mary Fox Earns 2010 Outstanding Advisor Award

    Her enthusiasm and advocacy for students helped the biology and environmental studies advisor earn the Sarah Grant Barber Outstanding Advisor Award.

  • Jillian Fox A December of Firsts for the University of Cincinnati and Jillian Fox
    Jillian Fox is the first in her family to work abroad and the first to earn a four-year college degree — and she leads the way as a marshal at UC’s first Autumn All-University Commencement.
  • Martin Francis Flying High
    History Professor Martin Francis studies British culture and the Royal Air Force in his new book published by Oxford University Press.
  • Martin Francis 'The Flyer' Recognized for Academics, Accessibility
    History professor Martin Francis was named runner-up for the Longman-History Today Book of the Year Award.
  • Jaleen Francois PROFILE: UC’s Outstanding Female Graduate Has Designs On Activism And Service
    Jaleen Francois of West Chester is graduating Magna Cum Laude with a bachelor’s of science degree in graphic design. Her excellence in academics – combined with her passion in using her talent to expose the tough issues and demand change – has resulted in UC’s highest honor for a female graduate: the C-Ring Award.
  • Kyle Franz The Heart of UC’s Greek Week Is at the Heart of Greek Week’s President
    Kyle Franz is pursuing a teaching career because he wants to help children. His leadership in UC’s Greek Week also has the needs of children at heart.
  • Chris Frericks Chris Frericks: Man for Others, Man of the World, Cincinnati Man
    One of the goals of UC’s Lindner Honors-PLUS program is to keep talented business students in Cincinnati after graduation. Graduating senior Chris Frericks is a shining Honors-PLUS example — after travelling the world, he’s making a home in Cincinnati.
  • Richard Friedman Gala for Dick Friedman Set for May 22
    Senior Assistant Dean Richard "Dick" Friedman, who retires this spring after a memorable 36-year career, will be feted across the campus.
  • Richard Friedman Gala for Dick Friedman Set for May 22
    Senior Assistant Dean Richard "Dick" Friedman, who retires this spring after a memorable 36-year career, will be feted across the campus.
  • Richard Friedman Dick Friedman, 'The Face of UC,' Announces Retirement
    For students, faculty, alumni and those who can spot him in a Bearcat crowd a stadium away, senior assistant dean Richard "Dick" Friedman has long been "the face of UC.
  • Richard Friedman Dick Friedman Comes Home
    Barely a foot in the door of McMicken Hall and a staff member welcomed Dick Friedman with a bear hug and big "Welcome Home!" Dick started his UC career at McMicken College as an Assistant Dean.
  • Richard Friedman Dick Friedman Comes Home
    Barely a foot in the door of McMicken Hall and a staff member welcomed Dick Friedman with a bear hug and big "Welcome Home!" Dick started his UC career at McMicken College as an Assistant Dean.
  • Sara Friedrichsmeyer Q&A With Sara Friedrichsmeyer, Professor of German
    After two terms as department head, Sara Friedrichsmeyer will step down from her role in German Studies on Sept.
  • Elizabeth Frierson Eye on Current Events: Egypt, Libya and the Middle East
    History professor Elizabeth Frierson talks about the revolution in Egypt and the rebellion in Libya.
  • Tyree Gaines PROFILE: Program Reflects UC's Commitment To Cincinnati Public Schools
    As the program coordinator for the Cincinnati Pride Grant, Tyree Gaines personifies the University of Cincinnati’s commitment to placing students first and its emphasis on public engagement.
  • Donna Gallenstein UC Program Results in New Credentials for Tristate Teacher
    This summer, Donna Gallenstein is one of 45 students completing a one-year UC program aimed at easing the critical shortage of special education teachers.
  • Annette Gamble Profile: Distance Learning Grad is a UC Pioneer
    Annette Gamble is among the first group of students to graduate from a distance learning program launched by UC in 2000.
  • Annette Gamble Profile: Distance Learning Grad is a UC Pioneer
    Annette Gamble is among the first group of students to graduate from a distance learning program launched by UC in 2000.
  • Glenn Gamboa Grad’s Hip-Hop Story Wins Pulitzer Nomination
    The benchmark of success in journalism is being nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, and 1989 UC graduate Glenn Gamboa knows what it feels like to achieve that distinction.
  • Glenn Gamboa Grad’s Hip-Hop Story Wins Pulitzer Nomination
    The benchmark of success in journalism is being nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, and 1989 UC graduate Glenn Gamboa knows what it feels like to achieve that distinction.
  • Adrianne Gammie Profile: Wool Win Gives Student the Itch to Compete
    Young University of Cincinnati fashion student Adrianne Gammie certainly need not be sheepish about her skills. Only 21 years old, she’s just won a national design competition, only the second national contest she’s ever entered.
  • Brian Garman Brian Garman Named CAS Scholar-Athlete of the Month
    This hard-throwing left hander knows how to pitch on the mound and in the classroom.
  • Mike Gasaway PROFILE: Architecture Student Sketches Cartoon Career, Now He Builds Laughter with Hollywood Stars
    One of the humorous highlights of Mike Gasaway’s directing career was the day Mel Brooks ridiculed his name. Recalls Mike, “When Mel makes fun of your name, it has a whole different quality than what the kids at school did when I was growing up. I had to call my Dad right away after receiving a ribbing from Mel.”
  • Leah Gindele and Gayley Hautzenroeder Graduate Pays Tribute to Former Teacher at Commencement
    Leah Gindele honors her former music teacher at December Commencement.
  • Luke Geddes Doctoral Student Makes Debut as Author with ‘Magical Teenage Princess’
    Creative writing student’s peculiar collection of short stories is tied together by themes of teenagers, pop culture and media.
  • Anna Geimeier Anna Geimeier: Serving Others With Passion and Compassion
    VIDEO: UC student Anna Geimeier is already dedicating herself to helping others — like so many of her generation.
  • Leslie Gerhardstein PROFILE: UC Student Will Sing in Quintet At Convocation
    Leslie Gerhardstein is one of five UC students who will sing the national anthem and the UC Alma Mater at Convocation. This formal welcome to new students will take place at 2 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 21, at Fifth Third Arena at Shoemaker Center.
  • Rebecca German Rebecca German and Colleagues Take Aim at Parkinson's
    Parkinson’s disease is the focus of a research project by Rebecca German, professor of biological sciences, who has been honored with a $201,969 Exploratory/Developmental Research Grant from NIH’s National Institute of Deafness and Communication Disorders.
  • Kenneth Ghee Psychology Creativity Day Brings Entertainment to Education
    Every year for the past several years, Kenneth Ghee’s Introduction to Psychology class has culminated in Psychology Creativity Day (C-Day), a fusion of pop culture with psychology, education and entertainment.
  • Kenneth Ghee 2006 Faculty Awards: Here’s a Prof Who Can Work a Crowd
    Students love the award-winning Kenneth Ghee because he teaches them about themselves.
  • Urmila Ghia Faces of UC: Engineering Her Destiny
    India native Urmila Ghia's career sets an example for aspiring female scientists. Her story is revealed in this online article from UC Magazine.
  • Alyson Givens Student Book Drive and Mentoring Encourages Dreams
    “I have never forgotten my community and how it is in need of assistance, and this seemed like a great opportunity,” says Alyson Givens, organizer of a book drive by the Sociology Organization for Students (SOS).
  • Jennifer Glaser Word Power: Going Between, Beyond and Inside the Lines
    Jennifer Glaser, assistant professor of English, was inspired by a 'talk-y' family and a love for books.
  • Christina Glasgow Prestigious Fellowship Means Summer Travel and Study for Architecture Student
    Christina Glasgow recently won an elite national fellowship allowing her to work and conduct research this summer in San Francisco and The Netherlands.
  • Michael Goldberg Cincinnati Gets the Gold
    Assistant Professor Michael Goldberg comes to the math department from Johns Hopkins University.
  • Ligia Gomez Medical Spanish Class Wins Service Learning Award
    Educator Instructor Ligia Gomez's Medical Spanish class won the exemplary post-secondary service learning project award given by the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber's Agenda 360 and Northern Kentucky's Vision 2015 at the inaugural Greater Cincinnati Celebration of Service on Sept. 27.
  • Virginia Gonzalez Fulbright Program Brings a Personal Journey of Discovery to UC Professor
    Virginia Gonzalez says a newer, more flexible program of Fulbright study helped her rediscover her Latina identity.
  • Luis Gonzalez PROFILE: Sour Economy Sparks New Career Path
    A long-time resident of Springfield Township, Luis Gonzalez, 52, turned the economic downturn into an opportunity to begin a new career. He recently completed his bachelor's degree in Spanish and is pursuing further studies at UC.
  • Cecily Goode Director of One Stop Recalls the Days of the UC Shuffle
    And it was not a popular dance among students. But then, the shuffle got its walking papers when the One Stop Center opened on campus and online – revolutionizing student service.
  • Adi Gordon Judaic Studies Hires Expert of Modern Israel and Jewish European History
    New Assistant Professor Adi Gordon studies Jewish history to understand current times and human nature.
  • Vanessa Gorley Violence, Sex and Immorality: Video Games and Philosophy
    PhD student Vanessa Gorley combines her interests in philosophy, feminism and video games to introduce undergrads to philosophy.
  • Robert Graham 1997 PhD Alumnus Pursues Life, Career Centered on Service
    Robert Graham's degree in sociology provides strong support for his role at Waynesburg University.
  • Nicole Grant PROFILE: Nicole Grant Is Honored With UC’s Outstanding Advisor Award
    The assistant academic director and senior academic advisor in UC’s Center for Exploratory Studies is praised for helping students find their pathway to success.
  • Spyros Gravas PROFILE: Spyros Gravas Brings A Worldly Mix To College Dining
    UC’s Food Service director adds an international flair to the menus at UC’s residential restaurants.

  • Nancy Green PROFILE: Two Reach Across Racial Divide
    One is white, and one is African American. Both deplore the lack of solid research on the subject of domestic violence and blacks.
  • Erinn Green Psychology is More than Clinical, New Professor Says
    New social psychology professor Erinn Green hopes to introduce students to all the opportunities a psychology degree can bring.
  • Jerry Greiner McMicken Alum Becomes New President Of Arcadia University
    'On July 1, Dr. Jerry M. Greiner will unpack boxes and meet with faculty and staff in his new office in Grey Towers Castle as he joins top-ranked Arcadia University as its 19th president.
  • Robert Grice Graduate Reaches Beyond Circumstances to Achieve His Dreams
    Robert Grice’s pursuit of a UC college degree took him from the inner city of Cleveland to international study in France.

  • Jianguo Gu  New Researcher Studies How Cold Temperatures Affect Pain
    It makes perfect sense that a researcher would come to the University of Cincinnati from the University of Florida to study how cold temperatures affect pain, but research is conducted in a laboratory and that laboratory can be located anywhere.
  • Hairong Guan Career Catalyst: Chemistry Professor Earns NSF CAREER Award
    Hairong Guan receives nearly $660,000 from National Science Foundation for research on catalytic reactions.
  • Hairong Guan Chemistry Professor Finds UC Right Spot to Pursue Dreams, Research
    A dream he's nurtured since his high-school days has brought Hairong Guan to the UC Department of Chemistry as an assistant professor.
  • Arturo Gutiérrez The UC Chapter
    Romance Languages graduate published five books while completing his dissertation in McMicken College.
  • Effie Gutmark 2008 Distinguished Research Professor: Ephraim J. Gutmark
    Selection as a Fellow in the most prestigious organization in his field, a dual appointment in two UC colleges and a faculty award: the career of Ohio Eminent Scholar Gutmark quietly took off to new heights.
  • Kathryn Gutzwiller Newly Discovered Mosaics Provide Missing Pieces to Popular Ancient Plays
    UC Classics Professor Kathryn Gutzwiller presents key findings about Greek poet Menander at this week’s annual meeting of the American Philological Association. 
  • Kathryn Gutzwiller Poetry and Power: Classics Professor to Lead Top Philological Group
    Expert on Greek and Latin literature – especially Greek poetry of the Hellenistic period – was elected president of the American Philological Association. She hopes to motivate students to pursue further contact with international scholars.
  • Christiane Haberl Young Diplomat Organizes Meeting
    Christiane Haberl, graduate student in McMicken's Diplomatic Academy and University of Cincinnati Dual Degree Program, doesn't fit the image of a typical foreign diplomat.
  • Christiane Haberl Young Diplomat Organizes Meeting
    Christiane Haberl, graduate student in McMicken's Diplomatic Academy and University of Cincinnati Dual Degree Program, doesn't fit the image of a typical foreign diplomat.
  • Arrietta Hairston Grandmother Graduate Looks Back On Her “Exciting Journey”
    UC employee Arrietta Hairston says she was raised with a philosophy that emphasized lending a helping hand. As she neared graduation, she discovered her husband would suddenly need that support the most.
  • Nancy Hamant PROFILE: Faculty Member Gives Back To The University That Made Her Education Possible
    Nancy R. Hamant, honorary co-chair of the We’re All UC faculty/staff campaign, says she owes her career and college education to the University of Cincinnati.
  • Awatef Hamed Engineering's Awatef Hamed Wins 2008 J. Leland Atwood Award from the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics
    The head of the Aerospace Engineering Department, Awatef Hamed, was honored for her work with engineering students at the University of Cincinnati and around the world.
  • Deborah Hampton Second UC Alum Appointed to National Trademark Committee
    Political science alumna Deborah Hampton joins the Trademark Public Advisory Committee, building UC’s reputation as a “trademark powerhouse.”
  • Margaret Hanson Q&A: Margaret Hanson - An Extraordinary Faculty Member
    May was National Foster Care Month, a special time for Margaret Hanson, associate professor of physics, and her husband, Brian Kinkle, professor of biological sciences.
  • Valerie Gray Hardcastle Dean Valerie Gray Hardcastle: 'I Am a Die-Hard Optimist'
    Get to know Valerie Gray Hardcastle, for on September 4, her tenure begins as the 20th dean of McMicken College of Arts and Sciences.
  • Sean Harry Architecture Student Wins Kudos and Cash in International  Competition
    Architecture student Sean Harry just received the best of graduation presents: News that he was the winner of an international design competition with a $6,000 prize.
  • Olga Hart Librarian Creates Exhibit to Dispel Stereotypes
    Olga Hart uncovers the mystery and mayhem of “Librarians in the Stacks.”
  • Maren Hartman This Young Designer is a Custom Fit for Success
    Through UC's cooperative education program, fashion designer Maren Hartman has already landed some rockin' co-ops...and her next one will be with Stella McCartney in London.
  • Daniel Hassett, PhD Singing Scientist Quite Frankly Committed to Cystic Fibrosis Cure
    Daniel Hassett, PhD, does good research and he sings Sinatra, and he uses both talents to benefit people who suffer from the lung-clogging, asphyxiating disease cystic fibrosis.
  • Megan Hathaway 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.
  • Robert Haug Fine China Meant Dining on Asbestos Plates in Medieval Central Asia
    A new Department of History professor has some stories that are hard to believe, and his research in early Islamic history is only building up his cache.
  • Emily Hautman Cincinnatus Scholar Has Connections to UC’s College of Medicine
    Full scholarship recipient Emily Hautman found her career calling in a rather unusual manner – the epiphany landed on her shoes.
  • Christopher Hawks Military Service Paves the Way for Graduate’s Achievement at UC’s Commencement Ceremony
    Christopher Hawks’ military service took him around the world and provided the opportunity to return to his hometown university to achieve a diploma.
  • Matt Hayden University of Cincinnati Soccer Captain Matt Hayden Is On the Ball, On and Off the Field

    Business student Matt Hayden plans on enjoying his final year at UC, just as he has the years preceding this one.


  • Sandra Heimann PROFILE: Get the Scoop on UC's Newest Trustee
    Meet Sandra Heimann, UC's newest trustee.
  • Bill Heineman Heineman Recognized as ACS Fellow

    Chemistry professor is one of 162 members in the American Chemical Society's inaugural class of fellows.

  • Selena Heman-Ackah When It Comes to Medicine, This UC MBA Grad Means Business
    Selena Heman-Ackah set out to change the face of healthcare one degree at a time — no, make that two degrees at a time.
  • Darwin Henderson PROFILE: UC Educator Appointed Guest Curator At Museum Exhibit Coming To Amherst
    Darwin Henderson’s passion for promoting multicultural literature for children leads to a new collaboration with artist and author Ashley Bryan.
  • Billy Hensley Faces of UC: Seeking Safe Spaces
    A UC alumnus assesses campus climate for gay students. Read the UC Magazine article online.
  • Valerie Hill Hermann Occupational Therapist Studies Stroke Recovery
    Supported by an exclusive grant from the American Heart Association, UC researcher Valerie Hill Hermann is examining how patients can regain muscle control after a stroke.
  • David Hernandez Classics Grad Student Makes Remarkable Find
    David Hernandez’s story reminds you of an extra thick adventure novel you wish would never end.
  • David Hernandez Classics Grad Student Makes Remarkable Find
    David Hernandez’s story reminds you of an extra thick adventure novel you wish would never end.
  • Timothy Hewitt Americans in Paris — and Leipzig and Munich and Bühl! Four UC Co-Ops Cheer for Lance Armstrong (and UC)
    Four young men from the University of Cincinnati — three from the College of Engineering and one from the College of Business — spent their summer co-oping in Germany. They took time from their busy schedules to watch the Tour de France and cheer for a fellow American.
  • Elisabeth Hieber Cincinnatus Scholar Discovers That UC Is A Transforming Experience
    Elisabeth Hieber is just getting started at UC as a freshman, but says she’s thrilled about the opportunities she has found here with her education, as well as with the new passion she found outside the classroom.
  • Hank Hildebrandt Teacher in DAAP’s Number-One Interior Design Program Receives an International “A+”
    The fall 2006 issue of Perspective magazine, the journal of the International Interior Design Association, named UC's Hank Hildebrandt, professor of interior design, as one of the association's five "A+" teachers.
  • Jonathan Hilton Chess Champ Creating a New Academic Strategy at UC
    This National Master title holder has been competing in tournaments since he was nine years old, and continues to forge connections among different cultures through chess and world study.

  • Jonathan Hilton Truman Scholarship Finalist Goes From Chess Champ to People’s Champ
    Truman finalist and UC student Jonathan Hilton puts his pro chess career on hold to pursue change in U.S. immigration and asylum law.
  • Ken Hinkel Hinkel Earns Lifetime Achievement Award for His Work on Permafrost
    Geography Professor Ken Hinkel is the recipient of a lifetime achievement award by the American Association of Geographers’ Cryosphere Specialty Group.
  • Denise Hite PROFILE: UC Student Competes On Hollywood Squares
    Denise Hite is getting a shot at Hollywood, all because she's a University of Cincinnati student. Hite will represent UC when she competes in the Hollywood Squares College Tournament, to be taped Jan. 18-19.
  • Denise Hite McMicken Student Competes On Hollywood Squares
    Denise Hite is getting a shot at Hollywood, all because she's a student at the University of Cincinnati.
  • Shuk-mei Ho, PhD UC's Environmental Health Chair Has a New Vision
    The first thing Shuk-mei Ho, PhD, did when she arrived at UC was knock down a few walls--literally.
  • Lisa Hodgeland The Words Of Women
    There might be only one anthology of women’s writings that includes selections as wide-ranging as poetry, fiction, drama, trial transcripts, gallows confessionals, slave and captivity narratives, public speeches, recipes, articles on dress reform, advice literature, essays for and against slavery and women’s suffrage, stories of cross-dressing women pirates, and memoirs by female soldiers in early United States wars.
  • Lisa Hodgeland The Words Of Women
    There might be only one anthology of women’s writings that includes selections as wide-ranging as poetry, fiction, drama, trial transcripts, gallows confessionals, slave and captivity narratives, public speeches, recipes, articles on dress reform, advice literature, essays for and against slavery and women’s suffrage, stories of cross-dressing women pirates, and memoirs by female soldiers in early United States wars.
  • John Hoholick ExxonMobil Executive Alumnus Visits Campus
    When John Daniel Hoholick returned to campus after a 25-year absence, he was “immediately taken back by the changes in the landscape.
  • John Hoholick ExxonMobil Executive Alumnus Visits Campus
    When John Daniel Hoholick returned to campus after a 25-year absence, he was “immediately taken back by the changes in the landscape.
  • Holly Holmes Grad Credits Grade School Theatre Teacher For Building Her "Voice"
    Holly Holmes is graduating with a degree in communication, and says it was her grade school theater teacher that helped her overcome the obstacles of being the new kid from a small town.
  • Holly Holmes Grad Credits Grade School Theatre Teacher For Building Her "Voice"
    Holly Holmes is graduating with a degree in communication, and says it was her grade school theater teacher that helped her overcome the obstacles of being the new kid from a small town.
  • Holly Holmes Grad Credits Grade School Theater Teacher For Building Her “Voice”
    Holly Holmes is graduating with a degree in communication, and says it was her grade school theater teacher that helped her overcome the obstacles of being the new kid from a small town.
  • Beth Honadle Meet...Beth Walter Honadle
    Beth Walter Honadle, director of the Institute for Policy Research and professor of political science, says that her “passion is conducting research that is policy-relevant and then making it accessible to policy makers.
  • Erin Hood Honors Scholar Calls Community Service an ‘Amazing Experience’
    Ever since she started at UC, sophomore Erin Hood has been a familiar face at the sites of UC’s home-building projects with Cincinnati Habitat for Humanity.
  • Whitney Howard Undergraduate Student Researcher Honored
    Whitney Howard is the first recipient of UC's Undergraduate Research Student of the Month Award, as this top research institution highlights its opportunities for undergraduate research.
  • Steve Howe Psychologist Receives Award for Public Policy Contributions
    Steve Howe was recognized by the APA for his work as a community psychologist.

  • Dan Howett MBA Student Says Tuition Reimbursement Good ROI for Duke Energy

    Part-time College of Business student's learnings lead to substantial savings for his employer, Duke Energy.


  • Sean Hughes Choir Games’ Songs Have Ended but Positive Impact Endures
    Professor looks back on his experience directing photography for the World Choir Games and how it will have continued benefits for the Journalism Department and his students.
  • Sean Hughes UC Assistant Professor's Photos Documenting Human Condition in India Are on Display

    These photographs are now being featured at a local exhibit at the Kennedy Heights Arts Center. The exhibit runs through Nov. 16.

  • Jon Hughes Afraid of the Dark? Jon Hughes Embraces It
    Afraid of the Dark? Jon Hughes Embraces It.
  • Jon Hughes Afraid of the Dark? Jon Hughes Embraces It
    Afraid of the Dark? Jon Hughes Embraces It.
  • Jill Hughes English Alumma Finds Success Being True to Story, Self
    Professor Lowanne Jones remembers Jill Elaine Hughes as an "absolutely showstopping person — a natural.
  • Jill Hughes English Alumma Finds Success Being True to Story, Self
    Professor Lowanne Jones remembers Jill Elaine Hughes as an "absolutely showstopping person — a natural.
  • Brittney Huntley Life in Dubai Gives Student Look at Stereotypes, Barriers
    Junior international affairs major Brittney L. Huntley studied in Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates.
  • Brittney Huntley Life in Dubai Gives Student Look at Stereotypes, Barriers
    Junior international affairs major Brittney L. Huntley studied in Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates.
  • Michael Hutchins A Happy Accident: Tales from a UC Fulbright Fellow

    When Michael Hutchins visited Germany as a Fulbright Graduate Fellow, his journey off the beaten path helped bring life to his subject matter.
  • Mark Hutker Alum Mark Hutker Got Hooked on Design and Later Went Fishing for Opportunities
    As a young architect, DAAP alum Mark Hutker reeled in opportunities. And because he did that, clients now line up to work with his Martha's Vineyard firm...sometimes showing up to find Mark literally fishing out his office window.
  • John Hutton Former UC Dean Elected Chair of National Consortium
    John Hutton, MD, will lead the Integrated Advanced Information Management Systems Consortium.
  • Fenfang Hwu Professor Awarded for Outstanding Research, Presentation at International Conference
    Romance Languages & Literatures professor was named Best Plenary Speaker for her presentation on tracking technology at the International Computer Assisted Language Learning Research Conference in Taiwan.
  • Mostafa Ibrahim The Ivies Wanted Him Four Years Ago — They Want Him Even More Now That He's Seen UC
    Mostafa Ibrahim chose UC over Yale, Columbia, Johns Hopkins and several other top schools. He says he definitely made the right choice.
  • Nichole Imperi Journalism Grad Pursues Multi-faceted Path
    From branding design to jewelry to film, Nichole Imperi pursues multiple interests.
  • S. Ted Isaacs S. Ted Isaacs (UC Chem. Eng. 1936) Is Living History and a Self-Made Renaissance Man
    Ted Isaacs was a co-op at French Bauer Dairy when they still had horse-drawn milk wagons. The horses are long gone and French Bauer is also gone, but Isaacs is still around for the long haul — and sponsoring essay competitions for the College of Engineering.
  • Chantal Ivenso Dual Major Recognized for Undergraduate Research
    Chantal Ivenso is recognized by UC's Undergraduate Research Council.
  • Sarah Jackson Belize and Back: Anthropology Professor Digs in Mesoamerica
    Assistant Professor Sarah Jackson adjusts to a new excavation site and a new academic home.
  • Dan Jackson PROFILE: This Student Can Construct a Building or a Marketing Plan
    The work experience he’s received via UC’s cooperative-education program has Dan Jackson developing his skills as a mechanical engineer (his major) but, now, as a brand manager too.
  • Farrah Jacquez Paying It Forward: Psych Professor Earns Philanthropic Grant
    Farrah Jacquez will develop course that enables students to assess needs of CPS school and allocate money to help.
  • Lyle James Michelin Co-op Provides Student a Well-Rounded Experience
    His current co-op with tire maker Michelin is rounding out Lyle James’ education. During his current co-op quarter, Lyle is working on designs for a futurist concept car that includes the TWEEL (a wheel and tire in one) – along with other projects that have already been put on public display.
  • Angelene Jamison-Hall Cohen Winner Angelene Jamison-Hall Holds Fast to Her Dreams
    Jamison-Hall displays such enthusiasm for black writers such as Langston Hughes, Toni Morrison, Paul L. Dunbar, Gwendolyn Brooks, Zora Neale Hurston, Dorothy West and Ann Petry that her students can't help but catch it from her. Her courses are considered a crown jewel in the Department of African American studies. Not even dialysis three times a week for three hours a day has diminished her fervor for African American literature.
  • Angelene Jamison-Hall Angelene Jamison-Hall Steps Down from Teaching and Steps Into Her Next Career
    After an academic career that has blessed the community of UC students, staff and faculty, Angelene Jamison-Hall is trying another track: writing fiction.
  • Angelene Jamison-Hall Angelene Jamison-Hall: Publishing Award
    An unpublished novel by Angelene Jamison-Hall won first place in the new writing contest sponsored by River View Publishing in Riverside, Iowa.
  • Bruce Jayne The Slithering of Snakes
    Bruce Jayne, biological sciences, was recently awarded a grant by the National Science Foundation to study the locomotion of snakes.
  • Eric Jenkins My Wii and Me: How New Media Are Changing Communication
    Studying the Nintendo Wii is not just fun and games for University of Cincinnati Assistant Professor Eric Jenkins.
  • Eric Jenkins Would Narcissus Love Digital Gaming?
    Communication professor’s research paper applying the Narcissus myth to digital media earns him the distinction of being the only person to win the Media Ecology Association’s Top Paper Award twice.
  • DaNelle Jenkins UC Graduate Student Awarded Westheimer Internship
    DaNelle Jenkins is awarded a year-long internship with the Health Foundation of Greater Cincinnati in recognition of her academic achievements and her commitment to promoting health care in the community.
  • Nancy Jennings Meet…Nancy Jennings
    Violence on television is one of contemporary parents’ greatest concerns.
  • Nancy Jennings Meet…Nancy Jennings
    Violence on television is one of contemporary parents’ greatest concerns.
  • William Jensen One-Of-A-Kind Award Goes To Chemist William Jensen
    With the exception of the Smithsonian Museum, McMicken College houses the largest collection of artifacts related to the history of chemistry in the United States.
  • William Jensen One-Of-A-Kind Award Goes To Chemist William Jensen
    With the exception of the Smithsonian Museum, McMicken College houses the largest collection of artifacts related to the history of chemistry in the United States.
  • Amanda and Jessica Craven UC Commencement is a Family Affair for Two Sisters
    They’ll represent the McMicken College of Arts and Sciences, then, after graduation, they’ll separate for the first time.
  • Crystal Runck and Jessica Roflow Two UC Students Awarded $20,000 Each for Their Dedication to Young Children
    A UC alumna’s legacy helps future teachers focus more on their studies rather than their finances.

  • Amy Johannigman Student Wins Chance at “One in a Thousand” Co-op Opportunity
    This past summer, industrial design pre-junior Amy Johannigman was one of the youngest interns ever to work at Ford Motor Company, selected from among thousands of applicants. For her coming cooperative education quarter (starting in January 2007), she’s won a coveted spot at Studio Red.
  • William Johnson Awards Allow Researcher to Read Between the Ancient Lines
    As you read this, the spaces between the words and punctuation guide you in the process.
  • William Johnson Awards Allow Researcher to Read Between the Ancient Lines
    As you read this, the spaces between the words and punctuation guide you in the process.
  • Lawrence Johnson PROFILE: UC College Dean Appointed To New State Board
    Lawrence J. Johnson, already a state leader in education, will now help develop new standards for educators across Ohio as the state strives to become a national model in preparing teachers and administrators.
  • William Johnson Fortuitous Fellow: Classics Prof Wins Four Awards
    The gods must be smiling down on William Johnson of UC's classics department. He won four - count 'em - four fellowships for 2003-04. Then the gods turned on him, and he broke his leg.
  • Lawrence Johnson UC College Dean to be Honored by the Cincinnati Human Relations Commission
    Lawrence J. Johnson will be honored for promoting inclusiveness and for being a positive influence in the Cincinnati USA region.
  • Carla Johnson New Center at UC Emphasizes STEMM Education
    CECH alumna Carla C. Johnson returns to the college to lead the new FUSION Center.
  • Da'Shawn Johnson 'Motivation, Hope and Somebody in Your Corner'
    Undergraduate’s work with a professional mentor – thanks to the STEER program – helped him escape the streets, find inspiration, land an internship and follow his dream of starting an urban youth recreation and education center.
  • Terry Johnson UC’s Tribute to Veterans Holds Special Meaning for ROTC Cadet
    UC’s Nov. 12 Veterans Ceremony will pay special tribute to veterans who are currently UC students.
  • Langston Joiner Coming to UC was a No-Brainer, Math Student Says
    With financial assistance and the promise of two degrees in five years, Langston Joiner is happy to call UC home.
  • Bob Jonason Going Digital: UC Hires Veteran Online Journalist to Head New Media Bureau
    Bob Jonason has spent almost 15 years in online journalism. As the incoming director of the New Media Bureau, he will help students develop skills that will keep them competitive in a digital world.
  • Charles Jones Africana Studies Welcomes an Institutional Builder
    Charles Jones brings a lifetime experience of building Africana studies departments to the University of Cincinnati’s own Department of Africana Studies.
  • Chandani Jones Law Student Combines Law and Public Service
    Chandani Jones traveled a long way to get to the College of Law.
  • Ambuja Joshi PROFILE: Interns With a Cause - PR Students Rev Up Nonprofits
    A free store for teachers is just one of many nonprofits gaining valuable public relations advice from a new partnership between UC and Scripps Howard Foundation.
  • Lorie Lech and Julia Rogers PROFILE: Two UC Seniors Awarded for Devotion to Children
    A dedication to teaching young children has earned a scholarship for two UC students.
  • Jessica Justice PROFILE: Student Library Worker Gives Books Special Care
    UC senior Jessica Justice repairs UC library books that show wear.
  • Ashley Fuqua and Kadair Gleen Meet the Military Veterans Who Made UC Their Destination for Education
    UC Army ROTC Cadets Ashley Fuqua and Kadair Gleen will take part in a Nov. 12 UC ceremony to honor the nation’s veterans.
  • Danny Kalb PROFILE: From Cincinnatus Scholar to Grammy Nominee
    UC alum Danny Kalb finds out this week if he can add Grammy-winner to his resume. He’ll return to his Alma Mater this weekend to greet a record number of students attending UC’s Cincinnatus Scholarship competition.
  • Edna Kaneshiro Kaneshiro Named Distinguished Research Professor
    It’s a long way from Hawaii to Cincinnati and from a high school teaching position to being named Distinguished Research Professor at a major university.
  • Edna Kaneshiro Kaneshiro Named Distinguished Research Professor
    It’s a long way from Hawaii to Cincinnati and from a high school teaching position to being named Distinguished Research Professor at a major university.
  • Sophia Kartsonis Poetry Prize Goes To McMicken English Major
    “I was stunned, thrilled, and remained relieved,” said PhD student Sophia Kartsonis upon learning that she had won the Stan and Tom Wick prize for Intaglio, her full-length volume of poetry.
  • Sophia Kartsonis Poetry Prize Goes To McMicken English Major
    “I was stunned, thrilled, and remained relieved,” said PhD student Sophia Kartsonis upon learning that she had won the Stan and Tom Wick prize for Intaglio, her full-length volume of poetry.
  • Whitcome Katherine Walk this Way: Sophisticated Research involves Lemurs, Track Stars and 3-D Cameras
    Anthropology professor employs unusual blend of methods to compare ways lemurs and people move in effort to get closer to understanding what it means to be human.
  • Ethan Katz UC Hires History Professor with Expertise on Middle East Relations
    Assistant Professor Ethan Katz brings historical perspectives to contemporary Jewish-Muslim tensions.
  • Josh Kaufman Cincinnatus Scholar Is Already On The Pathway To A Successful Career
    Josh Kaufman, a full Cincinnatus scholar, is volunteering at the Cincinnatus Scholarship competition for the last time on Feb. 12, as he nears graduation.
  • Bill Kavanagh Managing the Olympic Torch Relay: 34 Productions in 34 Nights
    UC alumnus Bill Kavanagh was production manager for the first global Olympic torch relay, supervising ceremonies in 27 different countries, one every night for 34 nights.
  • Tony Kawanari In National Survey, Employers Give A+ to UC Design Faculty
    Tony Kawanari, professor of design, is one of four UC design faculty named by the nation’s employers to a prestigious list of America’s Most Admired design teachers.
  • Jenny Horgan and Kellie Biegger PROFILE: Two Future Teachers Awarded For Their Dedication To Young Children
    The Pearl M. Wright Award is a lasting legacy from a UC alumna. Two University of Cincinnati seniors will receive $15,000 each to apply toward tuition, fees and living expenses.
  • Jenny Kemp Bearcat Wins Swimming Gold at '72 Games
    Jenny Kemp made it nearly a decade before her colleagues knew she was an Olympic champion.
  • Candace Kendle PROFILE: New Trustee, Entrepreneur Sees UC As a Lifelong Resource
    Candace Kendle brings to UC's Board of Trustees a combination not often seen. She's an entrepreneur who knows the university from many sides – as an undergraduate student, doctoral student, alumna and former faculty member who enjoyed a long academic career in higher education.
  • Dione Kennedy Alumna Credits UC for Confidence Boost
    Dione Kennedy, communication arts '87, is now president and CEO of Performing Arts Fort Worth.
  • Britt Kennerly Meet Britt Kennerly
    '"Read, read, read. Read everything – trash, classics, good and bad, and see how they do it.
  • Britt Kennerly Meet Britt Kennerly
    '"Read, read, read. Read everything – trash, classics, good and bad, and see how they do it.
  • Terry Kershaw Kershaw Ready for Challenges and Opportunities

    The new department head of African and African American Studies hopes to strengthen the department's academic and activist reputation.

  • Rishi Khar PROFILE: Born A World Away From Cincinnati, Student Calls UC His Home Away From Home
    Rishi Khar is one of the students planning events for UC’s annual spring Worldfest celebration.
  • Changjoo Kim Geographer Is Driven by Urban Transportation Needs
    Daily bus rides in Seoul led to fascinating research for Changjoo Kim, assistant professor of geography.
  • Jessica King PROFILE: Honors Scholar Started UC Classes at Age 16
    It’s Jessica King’s first year out of high school, but she’s a sophomore-level student at the University of Cincinnati, thanks to the Post Secondary Enrollment Options Program. The program's deadline is coming up. Interested high school participants must notify their school by March 31 and return their application information to UC by April 15
  • Tim King PROFILE: Design Student Has Picture-Perfect Co-op at Warner Brothers
    During two recent co-op quarters at Warner Brothers Pictures, UC digital design student Tim King was able to focus on his skills.  He created or contributed to the Web sites associated with the recently released films Corpse Bride, A Sound of Thunder, Constantine and House of Wax, as well as next year’s Superman Returns and Happy Feet.
  • Jessica King Greek Week Leader Looks Forward to Celebrating a Campus Tradition
    UC Senior Jessica King says Greek Week is filled with fun and games, but Greek Week’s philanthropy is what she finds most rewarding.
  • Brothers King The King Family: Three Brothers, Two Majors, One University
    UC was the perfect choice for these brothers. You might say it runs in the family.
  • Andrew Kinsler Digital Design Student on L.A. Co-op Contributes to National Commercials (and Popular Culture)
    When he headed to Los Angeles for his first animation co-op, UC digital design student Andrew Kinsler never expected that work he contributed to would be spoofed on "Saturday Night Live." But that’s exactly what happened, and now the UC co-op student is back for more, currently working his second L.A. co-op.
  • Casey Kirby Profile: The Long and Winding Road — the College Career of Cassie Kirby
    Cassie’s tenacity gives her a cause to celebrate as she graduates with a degree in psychology from UC's McMicken College of Arts & Sciences in December after ten years of juggling work and studies.
  • Cassie Kirby The Long and Winding Road — the College Career of Cassie Kirby
    Cassie’s tenacity gives her a cause to celebrate as she graduates with a degree in psychology from UC's McMicken College of Arts & Sciences in December after years of juggling work and studies.
  • Edward Klein UC Researcher Examines the Changing Workplace
    Psychology Professor Ed Klein's new book delves into three key questions involving globalization and the workplace.

  • Wendy Kline Historian Traces U.S. Eugenics Movement
    Cloning, genetic manipulation, and designer babies may sound like progressive developments at the forefront of modern medicine, but to historian Wendy Kline they can be counted among the latest terms in a century-long movement to "build a better race" in the United States.
  • Heidi Kloos Meet Heidi Kloos
    From the mountains of Transylvania to the northern reaches of the Sonoran Desert and now, to the Ohio River Valley: Heidi Kloos' travels have definitely provided a diverse backdrop for her academic pursuits.
  • Matt Klooster McMicken’s Klooster Already a Winner
    Matt Klooster receives his doctorate in biology, sells two houses, moves 900 miles, gets married and starts a new job in the next two months. He says life is 'wholly excellent.'
  • Sarah Knight Competition for UC’s C-Ring Award Has Grown by Leaps and Bounds
    This year’s C-Ring Award recipient is an internationally ranked baton twirler for UC. It's only fitting.
  • Sarah Knight PROFILE: This Student Gets on the Stick
    This student gets on the stick and reveals that baton twirling is tough stuff. No sissies need apply.
  • Sarah Knight Winning Student On Target for Great Design Career
    University of Cincinnati fashion design senior Sarah Knight doesn’t skirt tough jobs. That’s why she’s a national finalist in a prestigious design competition sponsored by Target Corporation.
  • Karen Knudsen Cancer researcher Karen Knudsen, PhD, has her own "formula" for scientific success.
    An associate professor in the cell biology department and former director of the cell and cancer biology graduate program, Karen Knudsen, PhD, is the winner of this year’s Young Investigator Award from the Society for Basic Urologic Research, presented to an up-and-coming “under 40” who has made significant contributions to the field. 
  • James Koschoreck Educator Joins UC’s National Presence in Educational Leadership
    James Koschoreck is elected president of a national organization dedicated to building strong leaders to address the challenges schools face in the 21st century.
  • Jeremy Koster Are Older, Male Dogs a Hunter’s Best Friend?
    Professors Koster and Tankersley explore the relationship between Nicaraguan hunters and their dogs and find that older, male dogs might make the best companions.
  • Julie, Joy and Jennifer Kramer Three Sisters, All UC Alumnae, Start Local Food Magazine
    Jennifer, Joy and Julie Kramer are the creators of Edible Ohio Valley, a Cincinnati magazine that celebrates local food and produce.
  • Melissa Kramer A Bookish Inclination
    Journalism student Melissa Kramer recently published a book about the historic Cincinnati inclines.
  • Jeffrey Kramer Student Introduces New System for Overlooked Wares of Ancient Greece
    Up until now, a small minority of pottery from the earliest Mycenaean civilization has gotten nearly all of the attention.
  • Rebekah Kranch PROFILE: Peace Corps Leads Student to Study Planning
    University of Cincinnati student Rebekah Kranch of Mansfield, Ohio, spent two years in the Peace Corps where she taught English in Bulgaria. This fall, she started as a master’s student in UC’s School of Planning and is now organizing home-buying classes in Over-the-Rhine.
  • Jeanette Krause Crystallography Facility Beams in on New Lines of Research
    Jeanette Krause, director of the UC Crystallography Facility, conducts research in one of UC's "hidden gems."
  • Steve Kroeger PROFILE: Graduate Will Return To UC This Fall – As An Assistant Professor
    Steve Kroeger will prepare students to teach in special education, a job that’s in top demand.
  • Paul Kruchoski Worldly Student Heads Off to State Department Internship
    Amid all the excitement to be found in Washington, D.C., in this presidential inaugural month, UC student Paul Kruchoski will be starting an internship with the U.S. Department of State and trying to determine if a future in diplomacy is the right path for his own personal success.
  • Paul Kruchoski Alumnus Changes Tune for a Better World
    Highly decorated graduate went from promising musician to a rising star in the US State Department, where he works to engage international youth and promote innovative educational resources.
  • James Krusling Librarian Marks a Milestone This Fall
    UC’s First-Year Experience librarian looks back on six years of working at UC, as he looks ahead to assisting the 10,000th first-year student seeking assistance at University Libraries this fall.

  • Ron Kull University’s Architect Has Built Both a Campus and a Career Here
    University Architect Ron Kull’s entire life has been shaped by UC. So, it’s only fitting that he, in turn, has dramatically shaped the campus.
  • David Kuschner UC Prof Creates iPhone Application Resulting from Personal ‘To Do’ List
    David Kuschner’s idea resulted from a question that we often ask ourselves: Did I call my mother today?
  • Kristin Lack Student aims to bolster homeland security
    A University of Cincinnati student is on her way to becoming part of the next generation of scholars who'll protect the United States from terrorist attacks.
  • Ols Lafe UC Alum Leads Albania’s Cultural Heritage Directorate
    As the director for cultural heritage at the Albanian Ministry of Tourism, Culture, Youth and Sports, Ols Lafe builds the future on a foundation laid at UC.
  • Scott Lamkin A Summer of Education, Politics, and Smoothies
    Ask Scott Lamkin where he'll be ten years from now, and he won't have a definite answer.
  • David Landis To the Moon: Chemistry Alum's Career Reaches New Heights
    David Landis developed spectrometer and optics used on NASA's LCROSS mission and helped discover water on the moon.
  • Phillip Lane Honors Scholar Describes Spring Break Cleanup Outside New Orleans
    More than a year after Hurricane Katrina ravaged the Gulf Coast, the devastation remains. Honors Scholar Phillip Lane describes his experience on the cleanup during spring break.

  • Peter Langland-Hassan Do You Need to Hear Yourself Think?
    Philosophy professor studies the cognitive significance of imagination, pretense, introspection and inner speech.
  • Wendy Larcher Inaugural Riverboat Gambler Swing Is a Safe Bet for Top-notch Forensic Competition
    The University of Cincinnati Forensic Team will co-host the two-day fundraising event, featuring schools from across the region competing in numerous speech and debate contests.
  • Sherrell Larkin Daughter Pays Tribute To Her Mom’s Dedication To Teaching
    For 26 years, Bernice Larkin has taught students with disabilities for the Cincinnati Public School District. At UC’s Autumn Commencement, her daughter will thank Bernice on behalf of the students “who are not able to do so.”
  • Matt Lashway PROFILE: Business Student Takes a Bow While in Japan for Historic Co-op

    This spring, Matt Lashway of Miamisburg, Ohio, is the first UC student ever to co-op with Mitsubishi in Japan.  While the trail blazer at Mitsubishi, Matt is actually just one of a growing number of UC co-op students working in Japan.


  • Christo Lassiter Lassiter Takes Anti-Terror Message To Africa
    UC Professor of Law Christo Lassiter uses his expertise to help the United States government reach out to the leadership of the African nation of Mali, as well as Argentina in South America.
  • John Layne Meet…John Layne
    While a good portion of the research conducted in the biological sciences is dedicated to understanding why animals do the things they do, assistant professor John Layne is more concerned with understanding how they do the things they do.
  • Student Leadership Three Graduating Seniors Honored With UC’s Presidential Leadership Medal of Excellence
    The bronze medal, worn at UC’s Commencement ceremonies, is the highest honor awarded to an undergraduate.
  • Candice Leavell PROFILE: Cincinnatus Scholar Says UC Was Her Top Choice
    Candice Leavell was awarded a full $60,000 scholarship to UC, but she says before she ever received the news, she knew she was on her way to Cincinnati.
  • Tom LeClair Meet...Tom LeClair
    If you don’t know Tom LeClair, Nathaniel Ropes Professor of English, you’re missing an opportunity.
  • Tom LeClair Meet...Tom LeClair
    If you don’t know Tom LeClair, Nathaniel Ropes Professor of English, you’re missing an opportunity.
  • Jay Lee UC's Jay Lee Defines 'Eminent Scholar' for Ohio with His 'Collaboratory' Concept
    When Jay Lee was chosen to be an Ohio Eminent Scholar at the University of Cincinnati, he didn’t come alone.
  • Ming-Tsung Lee Student Makes UC The Ultimate Destination for His Doctoral Education

    For Ming-Tsung Lee, the UC College of Medicine – specifically the laboratory of environmental health chair Shuk-Mei Ho, PhD – was the ultimate destination to pursue his doctoral education.


  • Douglas Lee Capstone Offers Invaluable Real-World Experience
    With help from a former professor, an environmental studies major finds work with the Environmental Studies Agency for an independent capstone.
  • Cynthia Lehr Future Teacher Finds Her Calling While Discovering the World
    Cynthia Lehr was initially apprehensive about her assignment with the Peace Corps, but it led her to UC to pursue her dreams.
  • David Lentz Meet David Lentz
    Whatever the season, there's a great view as well as a lesson to be learned at the Cincinnati Center for Field Studies.
  • Ninnia Lescano Grassroots Efforts Pay Off for Environmental Studies/Biology Major
    Fourth-year environmental studies/biology major Ninnia V. Lescano is one of 15 students to receive a scholarship through Ohio EPA's Environmental Education Fund.
  • Mitch Leventhal University Of Cincinnati Appoints First Vice Provost For International Affairs
    Mitch Leventhal is appointed to the new post that directly ties in with UC|21 strategies to make internationalization a hallmark of the university.
  • Diane Lewis PROFILE: Cancer Survivor Encourages Participation in Relay for Life
    Cancer survivor Diane Lewis encourages students, staff and faculty to support the American Cancer Society by organizing a team to participate in the April 18-19 Relay for Life at UC.
  • Marianne Lewis UC's Worldwide Connections
    An international opportunity pays off for a UC management professor and associate dean.
  • Daria Lezina Talk About Timing! UC Scholarship Rescues Student in Crisis

    Because of a University of Cincinnati scholarship she received just days before she would have been forced to return to her native Russia in the year 2000, then 18-year-old Daria “Dasha” Lezina has been able to pursue the life and studies of her dreams.


  • Dan Li UC’s Worldfest Holds Special Meaning for Student Who’s a World Away from Home
    Dan Li belongs to a student organization that will present a very personal look at China during UC’s Worldfest celebration.
  • John Liersemann UC's John Liersemann: Around the World and On the Ball
    One of the students walking in UC’s first Autumn All-University Commencement is marketing major and pro soccer player John Liersemann.
  • Amy Lind Meet Amy Lind
    Her globetrotting route back to the Midwest led Amy Lind from California to New York, from the Andes to Arizona.
  • Jo’anna Lindamulage  Student Spends the Summer Recruiting Fellow International Undergraduate Students to UC
    Jo’anna Lindamulage is part of a growing trend nationally as American universities diversify their campuses with talented, international undergraduates.
  • Krista Lisdahl Medina Psychology Professor Receives Funding to Study Drug Use

    Krista Lisdahl Medina has researched extensively on the neurocognitive effects of marijuana use in adolescents. Now she is taking on a new subject: Ecstasy.

  • Krista Lisdahl Medina UC Psychology Researcher Receives National Recognition for Marijuana Research
    Krista Lisdahl Medina is honored at the National Institute on Drug Abuse Neuroscience Headquarters in Maryland.
  • Hongxing Liu Geography Department Gets New Professor, Catalyst for Collaboration
    Professor Hongxing Liu will help develop a network of faculty for collaborations in geospatial information science and technology.
  • Cynthia Lockhart Professor Pinpoints the Best Co-op Opportunities for Fashion Students
    In placing DAAP's fashion design students in cooperative education work assignments around the world, Cynthia Lockhart seeks to create a seamless breadth and depth of experience for each student.
  • Tim Lolli VIDEO: Student Body President Welcomes Record Crowd of Bearcats
    Tim Lolli shares his own insights on student success through campus connections.
  • Ana Londono Ana Londono on the Terraces of Southern Peru
    Doctoral student Ana Londono came to the United States from Colombia just to study geology at UC. So what's she doing in Peru?
  • Matt Lones PROFILE: Wow, What a Thesis! It's Worth $132 Million
    Matt Lones is not even finished with his master's thesis, and already, the development dreams that were the seeds of his thesis topic are becoming a waterfront reality along Lake Erie as the $132 million Bayfront Urban Revitalization Plan.
  • Lindsay Long Leader of UC Student Service Organization Looks Ahead to Spring Break in Haiti
    It will be Serve Beyond Cincinnati’s first trip to Haiti as students become the first group dedicated to specifically building housing in a remote village.
  • Claude Lopez Meet...Claude Lopez
    UC has given me opportunities I’d never have anywhere else.
  • Kathryn Lorenz Flights of Fancy, Fantasy Provide Makings for Magical Research
    Romance Languages and Literatures' Kathryn Lorenz indulges her imagination through the Arthurian aspects of the Harry Potter tales.

  • Jeff Loveland Volumes of History
    In his new book, Romance Languages professor Jeff Loveland finds anecdotes, advertisements in an influential 18th-century encyclopedia.
  • Thomas Lowell Greenland Glaciers: A Melting Mystery
    A new grant will help Geology Professor Thomas Lowell study glaciers and climate change in Greenland.
  • Xuefeng Lu PROFILE: Xuefeng Lu Jump-Starts College Education
    Xuefeng Lu has lived in the United States only three years. A 2003 graduate of Withrow International School, he already has completed more than 110 credit hours of college at UC.
  • Eric Lucas UC ROTC Cadet/War Veteran Looks Ahead to a Career of Military Service
    Eric Lucas, a veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom, will be recognized at the Nov. 9 UC ceremony to honor the nation’s veterans.
  • Florence Lucas UC Honors Student Leads All-Nighter On Campus for 'The Greatest Cause on Earth'
    Because of what cancer took away, Florence Lucas never got to meet the grandmother who shares her name. It’s in her memory that Lucas is leading the largest student-organized community service event on UC’s campus on April 24.
  • LisaMarie Luccioni Etiquette is Power to one of ‘Best 300 Professors’
    Adjunct communication professor was recently honored as one of nation’s best by The Princeton Review. She gives much credit to her liberal arts background for her success.
  • LisaMarie Luccioni PROFILE: UC’s ‘Miss Manners’ Gives Etiquette Its Proper Due
    UC etiquette guru LisaMarie Luccioni teaches the McManners generation that good behavior is about making others feel comfortable, not necessarily yourself.
  • Mike Luegering Student’s Service Builds Community and Camaraderie
    Mike Luegering thought he wanted to go to college as far from home as possible. Now, he’s a UC ambassador on weekends and even on holiday breaks through his service with the university and Cincinnati Habitat for Humanity.
  • Kathleen Lynch Classics Professor Digs Deep into Ancient Greek Culture in Her New Book
    Associate Professor Kathleen Lynch lays out a detailed snapshot of life and culture in ancient Athens in her new book, "The Symposium in Context: Pottery from a Late Archaic House near the Athenian Agora."
  • John Lynch Comm Professor Studies Rhetoric and Ethics in Science
    John Lynch is a communication professor and the clinical ethicist at UC's Center for Clinical and Translational Science and Training.
  • Denise MacFarland UC Grad, at 56, Looks Ahead to Lifelong Dream of Becoming a Teacher
    When she first started college at age 18, Denise MacFarland says she had the desire to be a good high school teacher. Now, she feels she has the life experience to finally achieve her dream.
  • David Mackey Co-op Student Travels Europe and Asia With Illusionist David Copperfield 
    Graphic design student David Mackey is just back from a six-month co-op assignment during which he traveled Europe and Asia with illusionist David Copperfield.
  • Bobbi Madonna UC Law Student to Graduate to Full-Time Innocence Project Work
    Bobbi Madonna, who graduates along with 124 other classmates at this week's 175th Hooding Ceremony for the UC College of Law, will soon be working on cases in Tallahassee, Fla., at one of the nation's busiest Innocence Projects
  • Amir Maharjan Student Worldfest Organizer Looks Forward to First Worldfest Event to Introduce His Culture to UC
    Amir Maharjan explains why UC’s Worldfest holds special meaning for international student organizations.
  • Neha Maheshwari Neha Maheshwari: 2010 University of Cincinnati C-Ring Recipient
    Each year the C-Ring is presented to an outstanding graduating senior. But this year’s recipient is not leaving after commencement. She’s got four years of medical school to complete first.
  • Ann Marie Maly Her Life in Ruins: Classics Student Goes Abroad to Study Ancient Greece
    Ann Marie Maly was the only UC student to participate in the College Year in Athens summer program.
  • James Mark More Marks for Mark
    Professor of chemistry James Mark was honored as an inaugural fellow of the American Chemical Society’s Division of Polymer Chemistry.
  • Jeffrey Marks PROFILE: Future Teacher Is A Man Of Mystery
    Graduating this year with a master’s degree in middle school education, Jeffrey Marks, an award-winning mystery novelist and magazine writer, hopes to enliven his students so the mysteries of reading are eagerly pursued.
  • Andrew Marshall PROFILE: Just Out of School and Already on Schedule With His Television-Industry Career
    Andrew Marshall of Anderson Township graduated last June from UC’s digital design program. Already, he’s found full-time work in Hollywood. In fact, you can see his handiwork on “American Idol,” “World Idol” and "The O.C."
  • Daniel Martens Two Paths, One University
    Daniel Martens came to UC to practice piano and study physics. Recent course changes will help him get two degrees in five years.
  • William Martin Jeffrey Whitsett, MD, Named to Institute of Medicine
    Institute of Medicine elects 65 new members and five foreign associates.
  • Cate Marvin Award-Winning Poet and McMicken Alumna Returns for Reading

    McMicken College of Arts and Sciences alumna and award-winning poet Cate Marvin captures a $50,000 Whiting Award.

     


  • Cate Marvin Award-Winning Poet and McMicken Alumna Returns for Reading

    McMicken College of Arts and Sciences alumna and award-winning poet Cate Marvin captures a $50,000 Whiting Award.

     


  • Erynn Masi de Casanova UC Professor Pens Book on Direct Sales of Makeup in Ecuador
    Sociology professor Erynn Masi de Casanova received an award from NWSA for her book “Making Up the Difference: Women, Beauty and Direct Selling in Ecuador.”
  • Kara Mate Transfer Student/Graduate Says There’s A Place For Everyone At UC
    An injury first led to Kara Mate’s transfer to UC, but she says her discoveries in and out of the classroom are what kept her on her pathway to graduation.
  • Gerald Mathews Emotions Drive Psych Researcher
    You may have never thought of the science behind emotion.  After all, the two seem at odds.  Science seeks unclouded objectivity while emotion embraces the subjective.  If they were people, science and emotion would be as star-crossed as Romeo and Juliet.
  • Gerald Mathews Emotions Drive Psych Researcher
    You may have never thought of the science behind emotion.  After all, the two seem at odds.  Science seeks unclouded objectivity while emotion embraces the subjective.  If they were people, science and emotion would be as star-crossed as Romeo and Juliet.
  • Stephen Matter Butterfly Population Research Impacts Wide-Ranging Ecological Theories
    Biology's Stephen Matter finds broad implications in alpine butterfly research.
  • Gerry Matthews UC Researcher Examines Stress on the Road
    University of Cincinnati Psychology Professor Gerry Matthews has dedicated his career to examining the effects of what’s now called a major health problem in the U.S.
  • Gerald Matthews PROFILE: Emotions Drive This Researcher
    You may have never thought of the science behind emotion, but Gerry Matthews has. Read more about his study of these fields that seem at odds.
  • Charles Matthews PROFILE: Matthews' Zeal For Entrepreneurship Leads To National Position
    Years of dedication in promoting entrepreneurial education to his students have marked Charles Matthews' tenure on the management faculty at UC's College of Business. Now he's expanding his enthusiastic leadership style to a national audience, with his election as president of the world's largest entrepreneurial education group.
  • David Maume UC Researcher Uncovers Which Gender Is Losing Sleep
    Despite the strides in gender equality at work and at home, University of Cincinnati sociologists reveal the social factors that are causing multitasking women to lose sleep.
  • Tina McClain Co-op Student Helps Guide Transformation of New STEM School
    Tina McClain is the first UC student to gain experience through a partnership to restructure William Howard Taft Elementary into a state-of-the art STEM school, but she’ll be one of many UC students both sharing and gaining valuable experience through the partnership.
  • Jeanette McClellan McMicken Student to Receive Presidential Medal
    Three University of Cincinnati graduates will be honored by UC President Joseph A. Steger for their leadership on and off campus. The recipients of the UC Presidential Leadership Medal of Excellence will be recognized during the university-wide Recognition Ceremony at 4 p.m. Sunday, May 18 at the Event Pavilion near the Alumni Center.
  • Brian McCloy UC Student Employee Emphasizes the Benefits of Campus Community
    Brian McCloy says UC’s learning communities create a small, personalized network of learners on a large college campus – a vital academic and social support system for new students.

  • Chris McCord Chris McCord to Assume Dean's Role at NIU
    Christopher McCord helped solve many problems and asked countless good questions during his years at McMicken College of Arts and Sciences.
  • Chris McCord Chris McCord to Assume Dean's Role at NIU
    Christopher McCord helped solve many problems and asked countless good questions during his years at McMicken College of Arts and Sciences.
  • Annie McEachirn PROFILE: Annie McEachirn Often Serves as Both Learner, Teacher
    University of Cincinnati student Annie McEachirn wants to put the skills she has acquired as a person with profound vision impairment to work to help others. She is completing her master’s degree in social work.
  • Carla McKenzie PROFILE: Ben-Gal Concludes The Season
    Communication major Carla McKenzie is a full-time UC student who spends Sundays at Paul Brown Stadium.
  • Drew McKenzie PROFILE: UC Senior Says Greek Life Leads To Leadership
    UC Senior Class President Drew McKenzie looks back on a high-achieving college career as he looks ahead to Greek Week.
  • Kayla McKinney Internship as Park Ranger Influences Career Outlook
    An undergraduate student spent six months as a park ranger at William H. Harsha Lake where she worked on youth programs, trail maintenance and wetlands reclamation projects.
  • Alison McLeish 'Great Smoker's Myth' Sparks Burning Research Interest
    Assistant professor of psychology Alison McLeish is focused on work that could help smokers kick the habit.
  • Jim McMahon PROFILE: Law Grad To Take His Post In Homeland Defense
    Now that Jim McMahon has graduated with his classmates from the UC College of Law, he'll resume his 14-year career with the Coast Guard and use his legal skills to help safeguard the nation's ports and shores.
  • Brian McMahon Meet the Grad Who's Keeping the Family Tradition
    Brian McMahon's a third-generation graduate from the University of Cincinnati.
  • Stephen McNamee PROFILE: U.S. District Court Judge Appreciates His Liberal Arts Foundation
    U.S. District Judge Stephen M. McNamee says he’s living proof that a liberal arts education can take you in unexpected directions. The University of Cincinnati alumnus presides in the District of Arizona federal court.
  • Stephen McNamee U.S. District Court Judge Appreciates His Liberal Arts Foundation
    'U.S. District Judge Stephen M. McNamee says he’s living proof that a liberal arts education can take you in unexpected directions. The University of Cincinnati alumnus presides in the District of Arizona federal court.
  • Steven McNamee McMicken Alumnus Named Arizona's Outstanding Jurist
    Alumni named the 2006 recipient of the State Bar of Arizona’s James A. Walsh Outstanding Jurist Award.
  • Steven McNamee McMicken Alumnus Named Arizona's Outstanding Jurist
    Alumni named the 2006 recipient of the State Bar of Arizona’s James A. Walsh Outstanding Jurist Award.
  • Jody McNanie PROFILE: UC Student Steps Outside The Comfort Zone On Spring Break
    Jody McNanie, along with dozens of other students, will participate in the University of Cincinnati’s Alternative Spring Break, March 21-25.
  • Carl McTague McMicken Graduate Rises To Cambridge Challenge
    McMicken graduate Carl McTague first attracted attention in 2003 when he was invited to present a keynote address at the 5th International Mathematica Symposium along with Nobel laureate John Nash and other famous mathematicians.
  • Carl McTague Math-Music Whiz Invited to International Symposium
    Carl McTague, a  UC junior majoring in both mathematics and music composition, will present a keynote address to the 5th International Mathematica Symposium this July at the Imperial College London.
  • Rebecca Meacham A Couple Of Writers
    The husband and wife team of Chuck Rybak and Rebecca Meacham might not agree with the adage that says opposites attract.
  • Rebecca Meacham A Couple Of Writers
    The husband and wife team of Chuck Rybak and Rebecca Meacham might not agree with the adage that says opposites attract.
  • Brian Meadows University of Cincinnati Physicist Contributes To New Particle Discovery
    Researchers at the Department of Energy Stanford Linear Accelerator Center announced the discovery of a new sub-atomic particle on April 28.
  • Brian Meadows Physics Professors Scope Out the Universe
    Brian Meadows and Michael Sokoloff will help develop a telescope capable of collecting 10 square degrees of sky every 15 seconds—all night—for 10 years.
  • Frank Meeks Colleague Pens Tribute to Frank Meeks, Chemistry
    Chemistry professor passes away.
  • Frank Meeks Colleague Pens Tribute to Frank Meeks, Chemistry
    Chemistry professor passes away.
  • Juris Meija Chemistry Guru Wins Award
    Juris Meija has excelled in science for so long that he probably was not surprised last month when the Society for Applied Spectroscopy honored him with the Graduate Student Award for Outstanding Research in Spectroscopy.
  • Juris Meija Chemistry Guru Wins Award
    Juris Meija has excelled in science for so long that he probably was not surprised last month when the Society for Applied Spectroscopy honored him with the Graduate Student Award for Outstanding Research in Spectroscopy.
  • Juris Meija Atomic Weight Research by Alumnus Earns Him Heavy Accolades
    Juris Meija (Chemistry '05) has been inducted into the commission formally in charge of evaluating atomic weights.
  • Abigail Melampy Community and Service Are At The Heart of Greek Week
    Greek Week President Abigail Melampy shares why she got involved in UC’s Greek organizations as UC’s fraternities and sororities gear up for Greek Week 2011.
  • Lisa Meloncon Meet Lisa Meloncon
    Lisa Meloncon promised her father she would graduate from college.
  • Lisa Meloncon Meet Lisa Meloncon
    Lisa Meloncon promised her father she would graduate from college.
  • Frank Merendino New UC Staff Member is Building on UC’s Worldwide Partnerships
    Frank Merendino will represent UC as part of a delegation of institutions selected by the U.S. government to take part in an educational trade mission to Vietnam and Indonesia.
  • Eddie Merino Eddie Merino: 'I Want to Be Part of the Solution'
    This assistant professor of chemistry is focused on the two fronts in the fight against cancer: therapeutics and detection.
  • Janet Metzelaar UC Alum Has a New Twist on Recycling — She Recycles Herself!
    Question: What do you do with a master’s degree in sociology and 25-plus years of business experience in research, diversity training and strategic planning when you are at heart a poet and artist? Answer: Reduce, reuse, recycle!
  • Maribeth Metzler Meet...Maribeth Metzler
    A meeting with Maribeth Metzler defies all the false stereotypes of academics as people focused on only their narrow research interests.
  • David Meyer Fossil Collectors’ Paradise
    Most residents of Cincinnati are probably unaware that its local fossils can be viewed in museums all over the world.
  • David Meyer Fossil Collectors’ Paradise
    Most residents of Cincinnati are probably unaware that its local fossils can be viewed in museums all over the world.
  • Urban Meyer NY Times Posts Pre-Game Profile of A&S Alum Urban Meyer
    As coach Urban Meyer's Florida Gators prepped to take on the Ohio State Buckeyes in the national title game, members of the national media took a look at the discipline and values instilled in Meyer back in his native Ohio.
  • Jaime Meyer President of UC Student Honorary Presented with National Award
    Jaime Meyer, president of UC’s Mortar Board chapter for outstanding seniors, accepts the Golden Torch Award at the organization’s national conference.
  • Tracy Meyer PROFILE: National Award Shows Marketing Student Understands Price For Success
    Tracy Meyer, a PhD student in UC's marketing program, won a student paper competition at the national meeting of the Society for Consumer Psychology and, in the process, helped tell us a little more about how to become smarter consumers.
  • Kenneth Meyer UC Emeritus Taft Professor Honored by International Math Conference
    Kenneth Meyer, a “guiding influence” in celestial mechanics and Hamiltonian systems, was the focus of this year’s International Centre for Mathematical Meetings conference.
  • Dave Meyer Professor Publishes Book on Geology of Cincinnati
    Geology professor Dave Meyer takes a look at local fossil records for clues on ancient marine life in the region.

  • Dan Meyer Top Toys Fill Alum's Design Resume
    When Dan Meyer was a design student, he didn't play around. As a result, he's now designing products for one of the nation's top toy makers.
  • Matt Mezinskis They Call Him Mister Bearcat — Even His Hair Is Red
    What represents UC the most? The Bearcat, arguably. But who represents UC the best? Meet Mr. Bearcat 2006, Matt Mezinskis.
  • Laura Micciche Meet...Laura Micciche
    Laura Micciche, assistant professor of English and comparative literature, brings a novel approach to all of her courses--from English composition to rhetoric to graduate seminars.
  • Laura Micciche Meet...Laura Micciche
    Laura Micciche, assistant professor of English and comparative literature, brings a novel approach to all of her courses--from English composition to rhetoric to graduate seminars.
  • Gerry Michaud National Employers Say This Teacher Makes the Grade
    Gerry Michaud, associate professor of design, is one of four UC design faculty named by the nation’s employers to a prestigious list of America’s Most Admired design teachers.
  • Michelle Miles PROFILE: 20-Year Employee An Artist in Our Midst
    Michelle Miles is one of dozens of UC employees who will be honored May 8 at the Staff Service Recognition Luncheon. By day, she keeps the UC switchboard operating smoothly. Each evening, her creative side takes over. You can also check out the complete listing of honorees, provided by Human Resources, at the end of the story.
  • Arnie Miller Paleontologists Honor UC’s Arnie Miller for Significant Work
    The Paleontological Society has awarded UC scientist Arnie Miller with the prestigious Centennial Fellow title in recognition of his contributions to the field of paleontology.
  • Lyndsey Miller Choose Ohio First STEMM Fellow Plans to Teach Middle School Science
    20-year-old Lyndsey Miller of Batavia is one of 29 UC students awarded a Choose Ohio First Scholarship to support future teachers.
  • Patrick Miller Making Sense of Political Strife, Avalanche of Attack Ads
    Assistant political science professor Patrick Miller hopes his research can help citizens understand today’s partisan politics and how they can make informed decisions in the voting booth.
  • Maribeth Mincey PROFILE: Cincinnatus Scholar Has Connections
    Maribeth Mincey is one of 370 student volunteers assisting the Feb. 15 Cincinnatus Scholarship competition. This UC freshman is following in her father's footsteps as she enters UC, but through the Connections program, she's building a pathway of her own to a career in medicine.
  • Monica Mitchell Mitchell Beats Fierce Competition for National Award
    College of Medicine researcher will use her recent award to extend her research on children with sickle cell disease.
  • Derek Mize UC Grad Swims Upstream in Clifton
    In 1999, Derek Mize joined the UC swim team during his freshman year of college.
  • Tricia Monnin Relay For Life Holds Special Meaning for UC Student Volunteer
    On April 27, Tricia Monnin joins a special overnight event at UC to raise money to fight cancer, a battle that first struck Tricia when she was just nine years old.

  • Dy’Mand Montgomery UC Upperclassmen Play Key Role in Summer Orientation
    In a competitive process, Dy’Mand Montgomery was one of 27 Student Orientation Leaders selected to guide new students through Bearcat Bound Orientation.
  • Kathryn Moore PROFILE: Justice Department Next Stop For New UC Law Grad
    Following a circuituous route that took her to the Far East and back, Kathryn Moore of the UC College of Law's Class of 2004 is now headed to Washington to help tackle issues relating to immigration.
  • Kelly Moore Meet...Kelly Moore
    The Sociology Department’s newest assistant professor, Kelly Moore, arrived at the university with a lot of enthusiasm about its future: “I am excited to be a part of a lively urban university and a department with vibrant intellectual communities.
  • Kelly Moore 'Disrupting Science' Tackles 'Relevant and Rich' Research Area
    Assistant professor of sociology Kelly Moore explores the political activism of mid-20th-century scientists in her latest book.

  • Jorge Moscat, PhD New GRI Recruits Impressed by UC's Collaborative Spirit
    Jorge Moscat, PhD, and Maria Diaz-Meco, PhD, are two of the Genome Research Institute’s (GRI) newest recruits. And although the duo came to UC from the Spanish National Research Council—a major research organization similar to the National Institutes of Health—they say they aren’t any less busy.
  • Diego Murio Murio Addresses Conference
    'Mathematical sciences professor Diego A. Murio was invited to be the featured speaker at the Fifth International Conference on Inverse Problems in Engineering: Theory and Practice.
  • Thomas Murphy Benefits and Beyond: Economics Alum on Healthcare
    Alumnus Thomas Murphy recently published a book on employee benefits and healthcare.
  • Dale Murray Employers Say Design Educator Is at the Head of the Class
    Dale Murray, associate professor of design, is one of four UC design faculty named by the nation’s employers to a prestigious list of America’s most admired design teachers.
  • Shanmugam Murugappan Researcher 'Shows the Voice' in Swallowing Disorders
    Using his background in aerospace engineering and signal processing, a University of Cincinnati (UC) researcher is finding new ways to help physicians listen to their patients: by teaching them to look at the signal, not the sound.
  • Laura Nabors Training African Health Care Professionals
    It takes a very special person to work with children who are in mourning, but Laura Nabors, assistant professor of psychology, is that kind of individual.
  • Emily Nelson CCM Grad Is Makeup Artist to Burn Survivors
    Emily Nelson teaches children at Cincinnati Shriners Hospital how to cover their scars.
  • Allison Ng UC Freshman Moves into New Living and Learning Community
    Allison Ng is a pioneer as she moves into new student living quarters close to campus.

  • Amanda Durrette and Nicole Drumm Relay For Life Volunteers United by More than the Bonds of Sisterhood
    Two UC sorority sisters, both cancer survivors, will walk in UC’s Relay For Life April 28-29.
  • Stephanie Niemer Stephanie Niemer Named UC Scholar-Athlete for November 2009
    UC has named volleyball's Stephanie Niemer the Scholar-Athlete for the month of November.
  • Andrew Norman Researcher Awarded $2.5 Million to Explore Potential Immunotherapy for Cocaine Addiction
    Andrew Norman is one of four recipients of a national award for innovative research.
  • Collin Noronha Communication Grad Student Takes Unexpected Turns in Stride
    Collin Noronha came to Cincinnati from India, and pursued his degree despite unexpected setbacks.
  • Carolette Norwood Meet Carolette Norwood
    She is gracious, contemplative, serious and outgoing – all in the course of a short, introductory e-mail and a quick phone conversation.
  • Erica Nuesse Cincinnatus Scholar Welcomes Sister to Next Competition
    UC freshman Erica Nuesse is the first student in the College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services to receive a full Cincinnatus scholarship to UC. In February, her younger sister, Jaclyn, will come to campus to take part in UC’s unique scholarship competition.

  • Brigid O'Kane High-Octane Teacher Fuels UC’s Status in Auto-Design Education
    Having had ten years of success as a General Motors, Inc., car designer, UC’s Brigid O’Kane now pilots others’ careers – providing guidance both on campus and in the community to those seeking out automobile-design careers.
  • Josh Osborn From Farmyard to Fashion Studio, Student Sets New Pattern
    Josh Osborn sketched out his future when he was 10 years old. That's when the farm boy, wearing his heart on his sleeve, sent off his best sketches to Vogue magazine and to New York designer Isaac Mizrahi. Now, 12 years later, Josh is fashioning a dream-come-true by going to work for Mizrahi during a winter quarter co-op.
  • Zach Osborne PROFILE: Co-op Winner Seeks New Homes for Reptilian Roomies
    Co-oping has been nothing but good news for UC Honors-PLUS senior Zach Osborne. It's proving to be not quite as auspicious for the 11 reptiles he keeps as pets.
  • Jamey Osher UC Resident Follows in Dad's Successful Footsteps
    Jamey Osher makes the third generation of ophthalmologists—the second associated with UC—who has dedicated his life to the field.
  • Daniel Osland Q&A with Daniel Osland, Classics Doctoral Student
    Doctoral student Daniel Osland's latest accomplishment is so rare, it seems fitting that the Classics department was its birthplace.
  • Jay Ott PROFILE: Student Fashions Own Co-op and a Local Apparel Line
    They say that no one likes to be labeled – but that’s not true for fashion senior Jay Ott. He’s created and marketed his own local apparel line this fall – complete with the “James Ott” label.
  • Lewis Owen NSF Grant Puts Geology Chair in Himalayas
    Geology Department Head Lewis Owen studies the geomorphology of mountain belts in Tibet.
  • Randy Pagulayan He's Got Game: There's Psychology Behind 'Halo 3'

    Microsoft's Randy Pagulayan received grounding in cognition, action and performance theory as a UC PhD student.


  • Michele Paludi Outstanding Alum Branches Out
    The position of President of Human Management Resource Solutions sounds daunting, but it’s only one of the ventures at which Michele Paludi, PhD psychology graduate, has been successful.
  • Michele Paludi Outstanding Alum Branches Out
    The position of President of Human Management Resource Solutions sounds daunting, but it’s only one of the ventures at which Michele Paludi, PhD psychology graduate, has been successful.
  • Holt Parker Studying Smut: Classics Professor Translates 'Hermaphrodite'
    Holt Parker edits Beccadelli’s bawdy tale from its original Latin.
  • Adrian Parr Raging Against the Machine
    WGSS professor Adrian Parr lets her outrage at social and environmental injustices motivate her to make a change.
  • Forrest Parsons UC Student Excels in Experiential Learning: Wins Rolls-Royce Award for Workplace Leadership 
    UC student Forrest Parsons steered himself to a winning record while working a recent cooperative education quarter with Rolls-Royce. He was selected as the outstanding student leader among the hundreds of co-ops and interns working at the corporation.

  • Daniel Parsons Fraternity’s Summer Service in Haiti Becomes a Life-Changing Experience
    Dan Parsons describes the summer trip that he says had a profound impact on the brothers of the UC chapter of Sigma Chi.
  • Benjamin Passty Economics Professor Gets Comfortable in New Role
    Research Assistant Professor Benjamin Passty is enthusiastic about his role as director of McMicken's Applied Economics Research Institute.
  • Jessica Pauley UC Student Goes for the Gold
    This month, Jessica Pauley will be awarded the Congressional Award Gold Medal in Washington, D.C.
  • Jessica Pauley UC Student Goes for the Gold
    Jessica Pauley, a third-year international affairs/pre-law major from Chillicothe, Ohio, is about to join the ranks of only 25 other Ohioans.
  • Steve Peck Ad It Up: Students Form “Firm” to Design Ads, Promotions for Campus Groups
    Ad it up: A design student from UC’s School of Design and a business student joined to start an on-campus advertising and promotion group to serve student-group clients.
  • Magda Peligrad UC Math Professor Honored at International Conference
    Magda Peligrad, a leader in the field of probability theory, was recently honored at a conference in Paris.
  • Lourdes Perrino Student Awarded for Her Dedication to the Environment
    Environmental studies student Lourdes Perrino is awarded a scholarship from the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency for her commitment to environmental causes.
  • Pamela Person A National Honor for UC’s Advocate of Freshmen
    She has championed the success of programs for first-year students in workshops and seminars that draw students, faculty and staff. Now, Pamela Person will receive a national award for her efforts to not only welcome first-year students to campus, but also to keep them here until they achieve a degree.
  • Richard Pestinger Dick Pestinger to Log Off This Spring
    Dick Pestinger, the man who helped change the face of information technology campus-wide, will log off this spring.
  • Richard Pestinger Dick Pestinger to Log Off This Spring
    Dick Pestinger, the man who helped change the face of information technology campus-wide, will log off this spring.
  • Don Peteroy No Joke: Facebook Prank, Persistence with Playboy Lead to Publishing Praise
    A UC doctoral student wins the celebrated College Fiction Contest where erudite meets erotic. He also will have his first novella published.
  • Jay Peterson UC Alum Wins Big on Jeopardy!
    Jay Peterson, UC alumnus (MA in English, ’98), recently appeared on the world-famous television show Jeopardy!
  • Tyler Pettigrew Tyler Pettigrew Graduates Phi Beta Kappa With a Custom Designed Degree
    Tyler Pettigrew decided that he needed an undergraduate degree that would prepare him equally well for preaching or teaching.
  • Tyler Pettigrew Tyler Pettigrew Graduates Phi Beta Kappa with a Custom-Designed Degree
    Tyler Pettigrew is driven. When UC didn’t offer the degree he needed, he created an interdisciplinary program for himself. Now it’s driving him to Princeton.
  • Rebecca Poland PROFILE: Cincinnatus Scholar Will Greet New Competitors Feb. 14
    Full Cincinnatus Scholarship recipient Rebecca Poland will help guide high school seniors and their parents through the Cincinnatus Scholarship competition, set to take place at UC on Valentine's Day.
  • Robert Polsgrove Aero Alum Awes Astronaut Arnold
    UC engineering alumnus Robert Polsgrove receives the coveted Silver Snoopy from Astronaut Richard R. Arnold II.
  • Kurt Ponting PROFILE: UC Alum Helps Craft UC’s Signature Campus
    Senior staff engineer Kurt Ponting is overseeing the completion of MainStreet’s most complex project, plus he has guided volunteers on all three of UC’s partnerships with Cincinnati Habitat for Humanity.

  • George Potter Staging the War on Terror
    English PhD student researches cross-cultural perspectives on terrorism through performing arts. He's interviewed on WVXU (91.7 FM) at 7 a.m, Sunday, Dec. 20.

  • Peter Poulos PROFILE: AIT&L's Own 'Renaissance Man' Finds Harmony in Sacred Music and Science
    Computer technician Peter Poulos has put his analytical and communication skills to another use. He just completed his dissertation for a PhD in musicology at UC's College-Conservatory of Music (CCM).
  • Cirrocco Powell UC|21 Scholarship Recipient Exemplifies UC’s Brightest Freshman Class
    Cirrocco Powell, a graduate of Cincinnati Public Schools, is also among the 67 UC freshmen who were high-school valedictorians.
  • Paul Power In Memoriam: Political Science's Paul Power
    Paul Power, professor emeritus of political science, passed away at his home on July 9, 2004.
  • Michaele Pride-Wells PROFILE: This Architect is Building a Career on Community Involvement
    UC's Michaele Pride-Wells is already a master builder of university-community partnerships.
  • Faith Prince Award-Winning Alumna to Address UC’s Commencement Ceremony
    Faith Prince will address University of Cincinnati graduates on Dec. 12. The career of the singer and actress spans stage, film and TV.

  • Faith Prince UC Alumna/Award-Winning Actress Shares Lessons from Life in the Spotlight
    The career of singer and actress Faith Prince spans stage, film and TV. In this report, she shares her lessons in 'Faith.'
  • Michelle Prinzo Student’s Spring Break Service Project a Dual-Learning Experience
    Michelle Prinzo’s spring break trip with the University Honors Program built on her own learning as she created programs to educate young children.
  • Jennifer Pritchett Undergrad’s Classroom Studies Had Big Effect on Successful Internship
    Jennifer Pritchett’s study of public relations gave her an advantage at nationwide nonprofit organization.
  • Mary Beth Privitera PROFILE: Mary Beth Privitera, Master of Design
    Thanks to Mary Beth Privitera’s expertise and leadership skills, students in three UC colleges have the opportunity to be on the cutting edge of medicine -- literally.
  • Robert Probst DAAP Welcomes New Interim Dean
    A design professional with years of industry experience, Robert Probst brings an international perspective - both personal and professional - to his new role as Interim Dean of UC's College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning.
  • James Radley Student Body President Travels the World After Choosing a University Close to Home
    James Radley says college should be about more than a diploma, it should be an experience.
  • Mark Raider Meet Mark Raider
    Mark Raider moves into the Judaic Studies department.
  • Mark Raider Meet Mark Raider
    Mark Raider moves into the Judaic Studies department.
  • Mark Raider A&S Welcomes Mark A. Raider to Department of Judaic Studies
    New head of Judiac Studies.
  • Mark Raider ‘Frenemies’ in American Jewish History
    History Professor Mark Raider discusses long-time foes and ‘American Jewry’s undisputed spokesmen,’ Louis Marshall and Stephen S. Wise.
  • Veronica Ramenzoni Psychology Graduate Attends Prestigious Institute
    Veronica Ramenzoni, a PhD student in psychology, was one of only 60 people selected to attend the Santa Fe Institute’s Complex Systems Summer School.
  • Mario Ramirez Graduate’s March to Commencement Includes Marching from Saddam Hussein’s Palace in Baghdad
    With some conditioning in the military, Mario Ramirez transforms from college dropout to college graduate with honors.
  • Jennifer Ramstetter Comm Student Feels 'Rosy' Planning Events, Developing PR Campaigns for Internship
    Senior communication major Jennifer Ramstetter helped plan the American Girl Fashion Show, the biggest event put on every year by the Aubrey Rose Foundation.
  • Brian Rapien Greek Week President is Committed to Campus and Community
    Brian Rapien says getting involved enhances the student experience far beyond the classroom.

  • Ayla Rapoport Designing the Dream Degree
    McMicken student Ayla Rapoport takes advantage of the Interdisciplinary Studies program to combine her love for religion, science and art.
  • Stefanie Rapp UC Education Student Awarded $20,000 for Her Commitment to Young Children
    Stefanie Rapp recalls setting up her own play classroom when she was in the third grade. As she pursues her dream of becoming an early childhood teacher, the burden of financing her education is lifted, thanks to the gift of a teacher and UC alumna from years ago.
  • Truitt Raun Architecture Student Has a Co-op Far From the Mainstream
    More living space for the Middle Eastern country of Bahrain means actually building islands off its coast…and UC co-op student Truitt Raun recently helped to design the land-use plans for those islands.
  • Adriana Reedy Vast Undergrad Research Opportunities only an Introduction Away
    Recent psychology graduate Adriana Reedy got involved in lab work within her first quarter on campus.
  • Martha Rees PROFILE: A Mexican Accent Shapes Work Of New Anthropology Leader
    Extensive work in Mexico and on behalf of Latino people has marked the academic experiences of Martha Woodson Rees, the new head of UC's anthropology department.
  • Martha Rees Meet...Martha Woodson Rees
    If you see someone wandering around campus scribbling in a notebook, she might be the new head of the anthropology department, Martha Woodson Rees.
  • Meredith Reeve Student Cancer Survivor a Dedicated Participant in Relay For Life at UC
    Meredith Reeve’s battle with childhood cancer led her to pursue a career she would never have imagined at that time.
  • Lauren Reinerman High School, College: It's All The Same Success Story For Reinermans
    Siblings Rob and Lauren Reinerman found college to their liking even while in high school and, as a result, graduated as two of the most accomplished students in the Class of 2004.
  • Kathryn Rentz English Department’s Kathy Rentz Does Well with ABC

    Association for Business Communication names outstanding teacher and recognizes her research on status of journals in the field.


  • Christy Reuter First Time’s a Charm for UC Undergraduate at the Geological Society of America Meeting
    Fifth-year UC geology student, Christy Reuter, presented her first poster at this year’s GSA meeting in Colorado.
  • Christy Reuter First Time’s A Charm For UC Undergraduate At The Geological Society Of America Meeting
    After returning to UC from the Annual GSA Meeting in Colorado,undergraduate student Christy Reuter was brimming with enthusiasm.
  • Cindy Reuther ‘Dream Maker’ Founds STEM School for Girls
    Communication alumna Cindy Reuther is the founder and executive director of the Laura Jeffrey Academy, a STEM charter school in Minnesota for girls.
  • Rebecca Reverman Graduate Student Adds Personal Touch to Recruitment Weekend Efforts
    Geology's Rebecca Reverman and other department reps shared input on UC as potential peers spent time on campus.
  • Nick Reyland My Life in Spain: Way More than a Textbook Experience
    This summer Nick Reyland studied abroad in Madrid, Spain, where he spoke Spanish nonstop and learned to love soccer—just in time to see them win the World Cup.
  • John Reynolds PROFILE:  Student Relay For Life Volunteer Will Walk In Memory Of A Friend
    Signups are underway for UC’s third-annual Relay for Life fund-raiser for the American Cancer Society April 29-30. UC electrical engineering major John Reynolds will be one of the walkers covering McMicken Commons. It will be the second year he’ll be walking in memory of his friend, Andy Holmes.
  • Renee Richardson PROFILE: Losses Take Toll, But Grad Never Gives Up
    Renee Richardson, a staff member in Judaic Studies and longtime UC employee, was once told she would never graduate from college. This year, she graduates with her second bachelor’s degree. On top of her work and academic demands, she has faced one loss after another, including the murder of one of her sons in Indianapolis.
  • Doug Richardson Partnership, Potential at Metallomics Center
    Doug Richardson came to University of Cincinnati's Chemistry department in time to benefit from an exciting new partnership – and in time to help other students realize the enormous potential, and impact, of The University of Cincinnati/Agilent Technologies Metallomics Center of the Americas.
  • Renee Richardson Losses Take Toll, But Grad Never Gives Up
    Renee Richardson, a staff member in Judaic Studies and longtime UC employee, was once told she would never graduate from college.
  • Robert E. Richardson, Jr. UC’s Newest Trustee Had the Student Experience of the Transformation of Campus
    Robert E. Richardson, Jr. says the excitement surrounding a re-energized campus is spreading beyond the Uptown, and he says it was his own UC student experience that shaped him into the leader he is today.
  • Jim Ridolfo English Professor Earns Fulbright to Study Samaritans
    Jim Ridolfo will visit the West Bank and Israel early next year to better understand the Samaritan people and the recent move to digitize their sacred texts.
  • Randall Roberts PROFILE: Librarian Looks Back On 25 Years At Langsam
    Librarian Randy Roberts was a new UC employee in 1978, the year the Walter C. Langsam Library opened. Here's his look at Langsam, then and now.
  • Jenefer Robinson Philosophy Professor Ends Elected Term as Aesthetics President with Architectural Zing
    Jenefer Robinson made connections between music, architecture and emotion in her presidential address to ASA. Back at UC, she presented her findings to DAAP students.
  • Jenefer Robinson Philosophy Professor Incorporates Love of Art into Research
    Professor of Philosophy Jenefer Robinson starts her term as president of the American Society for Aesthetics.
  • Rachel Robitz 2007 C-Ring Winner Celebrates the Community of Women
    The C-Ring Award, given by the UC Women's Center annually to an outstanding graduating senior woman, was presented May 19 to Rachel Robitz. But she’s not through with the University of Cincinnati just yet.
  • Zae Roderer PROFILE: UC Staff Member Will Take a Victory Walk In Relay For Life
    At a March 12 Rally to get volunteers signed up for Relay for Life, Zae Roderer shared a personal perspective of how this fundraiser for the American Cancer Society is saving lives.
  • Michelle Rodino Meet...Michelle Rodino
    Interest in media coverage of political campaigns is what first drew Michelle Rodino to the study of communication, so she was thrilled when Ohio became a focal point in the presidential election.
  • Michelle Rodino Meet...Michelle Rodino
    Interest in media coverage of political campaigns is what first drew Michelle Rodino to the study of communication, so she was thrilled when Ohio became a focal point in the presidential election.
  • Leila Rodriguez Good Migrations
    New anthropology professor Leila Rodriguez comes to UC with a background in immigration and demography.
  • David Rogers UC Chem Alum Wins R&D 100 Award
    Chemistry alumnus David Rogers won an R&D 100 award for his contributions as part of a team developing biomimetic membranes for desalination at Sandia National Laboratories.
  • Armando Romero Romero Recognized for Lifelong Passion for Poetry
    Prestigious journal devotes entire issue to renowned Latin American poet.
  • Brian Rose Classics Professor Brian Rose Gives the Hits and Misses of 'Troy'
    Margaret A. McGurk from The Cincinnati Enquirer sat down with Brian Rose to seperate fact from fiction in the new film, Troy.
  • Stephen Rosfeld Historic Moment Awes White House Intern
    For a student who fell in love with politics during the presidential campaign of 2000, nothing could top landing an internship on the White House staff.
  • Stephen Rosfeld PROFILE: Historic Moment Awes White House Intern
    Communication major Stephen Rosfeld is getting an experience of a lifetime serving on the White House staff at a time that may be long remembered in history. In addition to seeing the real president, Rosfeld has met the fictional one from TV's "West Wing."
  • Sage Roth UC Undergraduate Researcher Studies the Urbanization of Southwest Ohio
    Environmental studies undergrad Sage Roth works with PhD candidate Sarah Kolbe to examine the effects of urbanizing southwest Ohio as part of Kolbe’s experiment, “Urban Gradient.”
  • Emilie Rottman PROFILE: Honors Scholar’s Habitat Experience Is A Valuable Lesson In Community
    UC freshman Emilie Rottman’s work at the UC/Habitat for Humanity home expanded her experience beyond hammering nails.
  • Nipsey Russell McMicken Grad Nipsey Russell Dies
    Well known comedian Nipsey Russell died on October 1 at the age of 80.
  • Keith Rutowski In His Words: Interning in NYC

    Senior journalism and geography student Keith Rutowski has garnered life experience (and some clips) during his internship at National Geographic Adventure.

  • Eugene Rutz Eugene Rutz Takes His Faith on the Road
    Like many of us, Eugene Rutz immediately wrote a check to help the victims of Hurricane Katrina. Unlike many of us, he followed up his check with himself — in a truck, towing a horse trailer of supplies.
  • Kyle Denlinger and Ryan Gaerke Meet UC’s Student Employees of the Year
    June graduates Kyle Denlinger and Ryan Gaerke are the first recipients of a new university-wide award to honor the dedication of student employees.

  • Terry Rysz Meet...Teri Rysz
    Almost 30 years ago, field service professor of mathematics, Teri Rysz, enrolled at UC as an undergraduate.
  • Thomas Sakmyster UC History Professor Goes on the Hunt for Hungarian Communist
    In “Red Conspirator,” History Professor Emeritus Thomas Sakmyster unveils the true identity of communist J. Peters.
  • Al Salvato Veteran reporter, UC student advisor and SPJ committee member Al Salvato has died
    Veteran journalist Al Salvato died Monday night of complications from leukemia.
  • Dante Sanderson PROFILE: Hall Opening Team Member Is Standing By For Campus Dwellers
    Students will be moving into UC’s residence halls Sept. 17-18. UC sophomore and Sawyer Hall resident Dante Sanderson will be ready to offer a friendly greeting and lend a hand.
  • Rajiv Satyal Rajiv Satyal Calls Himself the "Funny Indian"
    UC College of Engineering alumnus disproves old stereotypes — about Procter & Gamble employees, about Indians, about College of Engineering alumni. Well, two out of three ain’t bad.
  • Vernon Scarborough Work of UC Anthropologist Appears in Premiere Science Publication
    University of Cincinnati anthropologist Vernon Scarborough is advocating a broader survey of ancient landscapes.
  • Vernon Scarborough Tikal Talk
    Three A&S professors do field research in Guatemala to better understand the ancient Maya of Tikal and their local environment.
  • Connie Scarborough Poetry and Politics in Medieval Spain
    Professor Connie Scarborough explores the works of Spanish monarch Alfonso X in her new book.
  • Bruce Schefft UC Researcher/APA Fellow Discusses His Life’s Work at National Convention
    Bruce Schefft, a UC professor of psychology and neurology, shares UC’s breakthroughs in treating patients with epilepsy – breakthroughs that are gaining national prominence.
  • Lynne Schepartz The Way We Were: Schepartz Awarded New Grant
    When Lynne Schepartz, associate professor of anthropology, travels to China this spring, it won't be for a vacation.
  • Stacey Schield In National Competition, Student Wins $5,000 Scholarship
    Already a student in the nation’s No. 1 interior design program at UC, Stacey Schield was also the No. 1 winner in a recent national design competition.
  • Jeff and Elizabeth Schlaudecker PROFILE: Med Students Discover Contrasts in Kenya
    Before they got married, Elizabeth and Jeff Schlaudecker were known in their families as the ones who least liked to travel. In recent years, the two UC medical students have transformed their views about exploring the world.
  • Amy Schlegel C-Ring Winner Grateful to UC for Strong Sense of Community
    Graduating University of Cincinnati senior Amy Schlegel has won the 2008 C-Ring Award, given to an outstanding undergraduate woman.
  • Molly Schmidt 'Bearcat for Life' Is Newest Staff Member in Women's Studies
    Administrative assistant Molly Schmidt cherishes memories and contacts created in A&S and across campus.
  • Angela Schmidt WATCH: UC Education Student Awarded $17,000 For Her Dedication to Young Learners
    Angela Schmidt says there’s nothing quite like the reward of a young child’s eagerness for learning. Her own eagerness to build on that energy resulted in an award from a UC alumna who wanted to help future teachers in early childhood education.
  • Angela Schmidt Student Strives to Build Community at UC
    Angela Schmidt is one of 54 of UC’s Learning Community Peer Leaders who are building on support systems to help freshmen succeed at UC.
  • Berardi and Schmitt Katrina Clean Up: Planning Students Help Rescue Residents Drowning in Paperwork

    Two UC planning students are on a cooperative-education quarter this fall in Harrison County, Miss. While there, the two students are untangling some of the intricacies of zoning for Mississippi residents left homeless by Hurricane Katrina.


  • Andrew Schneider Military Service in Iraq Leads UC Undergrad to Hydrology
    Developing water resources in Salah ad Din Province inspired Andrew Schneider to pursue research in hydrology through the Department of Geology.
  • Nina Schoele From a World Away, Student Chooses UC to Design an International Education
    German graphic design student Nina Schoele had her pick of 10 schools throughout the U.S. and Australia where she might have gone for her international studies. Nina, 23, a student at Germany's Aachen University of Applied Sciences, opted for the University of Cincinnati because of the school's prestigious design program.
  • Arnold Schrier Historian Edits Volume of Letters Written by Irish Immigrants
    Instead of the usual voyage lasting seven weeks and four days, this crossing took a hellish 15 weeks.
  • Janice Schulz PROFILE: Meet UC’s New Manager of the University Records Program
    Are your record-keeping practices up to par? Janice Schulz can help.
  • Mark Schutte Cincinnatus Scholar Keeps It All in the Family
    UC freshman Mark Schutte continues a family tradition of Bearcats, but says it was quality and affordability that sealed his decision to earn a degree at UC.

  • Ben Schutte University Honors Student Committed to Helping Others Over Spring Break
    The challenges of his UC academic program and co-op commitments leave little free time, but come spring break, when Ben Schutte can get away, he heads to the hills of Kentucky to help families in need.
  • Jay Scott Students Are the SOL of Summer Orientation
    Jay Scott is one of 31 Student Orientation Leaders welcoming freshmen to Bearcat Bound Orientation.

  • Ryan Rosensweig and Sean Lee Student Government Leaders Welcome New and Returning Students
    Ryan Rosensweig and Sean Lee give their personal account of the UC student experience as well as tips for new students. Plus, get news on major Student Government initiatives for the academic year.
  • Christy Searcy Student Fundraiser’s Job Supports Students and Faculty
    A student worker for the UC Foundation Telefund program brought in more than $200,000 in pledges last year.
  • Meera Sehgal Meet…Meera Sehgal
    When we meet a faculty member on this page, we are usually saying hello, but this time, we are telling Meera Sehgal goodbye.
  • Bob Seipelt PROFILE: Carpenter Crafts 50 Years as a Teacher
    "As long as you teach I'll come!" That's what long-time woodworking student Marion Curry said to Bob Seipelt as he looked back on his 50 years of teaching at the College of Applied Science.
  • Tina Sevilla Student to Receive National Award and Magazine Coverage for Design Efforts
    The July issue of Hospitality Design magazine will include work by interior design student Tina Sevilla of Toledo, who is a finalist in a national design competition.
  • Justin Shafer PROFILE: The “Go Bearcats!” Grad Wins Title Of “Mr. Bearcat”
    UC graduate Justin Shafer’s ties to UC run very deep. After all, he proposed to his future bride on the steps of Tangeman University Center.
  • Nayana Shah Making Universal Connections at the Nanoscale
    New Assistant Professor Nayana Shah studies quantum condensed matter physics to find more universal truths.
  • Preeti Shastri UC Student to Walk the Survivor Lap in Relay at UC
    Preeti Shastri will join fellow cancer survivors at the American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life at UC.

  • Joseph Shea Alum Credits Legal Success to Hard Work, Lessons Learned at McMicken
    Attorney Joseph Shea III (philosophy ’69) is the recipient of the Ohio State Bar Foundation’s 2008 Ritter Award, its highest honor.
  • Paula Shear Professor Elected into Leadership Role of Esteemed Psychological Association
    Paula Shear will serve as president elect of the American Psychological Association Division 40, the division of clinical neuropsychology.
  • Michael Sheehy Meet...Michael Sheehy
    “It’s not good when the journalist is the story,” says Michael Sheehy, the latest addition to the English Department.
  • Kat Shehata Mother-Daughter Team Creates Children's Book
    Sooner or later, nearly all parents think they have the idea for the perfect children's book, but just never seem to get around to writing it.
  • Shelby Shenkelman PROFILE: Student Pilots First International Co-op With Delta
    Business student Shelby Shenkelman is flying high thanks to cooperative education. In summer 2003, she got to meet the likes of tennis great Todd Martin because of a co-op with the ATP. And during her most recent co-op in early 2004 with Delta, she convinced the company that they should participate in UC’s International Co-op Program. That means in early 2005, Shelby will co-op abroad.
  • Kevin Shockley Sigma Xi Honoree Kevin Shockley Pushes Perceptions about Psychology
    Kevin Shockley, University of Cincinnati associate professor of psychology, received the 2011 Young Investigator Award by the UC chapter of Sigma Xi—the scientific research society.
  • James Short In Memoriam: James Short
    The College is saddened by the untimely death of James Short, who passed away the day before he was to receive the McMicken Dean’s Award for Distinguished Adjunct Performance.
  • Ahmed Shuja Ahmed Shuja Put the 'Progressive' in Progressive Cooling Solutions
    Ahmed Shuja came to UC Center for Entrepreneurship Education and Research from a slightly different route from those taken by others. It was a little farther west — he came from the College of Engineering.
  • Joel Shulman From P&G to UC to VIP: Professor Joins Elite Group of Chemists
    Joel Shulman is the fourth member of the chemistry department to earn distinction as Fellow of the American Chemical Society.
  • Adam Sickmiller PROFILE: Students Sandwich Peace Corps Stints into Studies
    Adam Sickmiller, 23, of Napoleon, Ohio, is one of three UC students taking advantage of a program linking UC's graduate planning program and the Peace Corps.  With one year of his graduate program under his belt, Adam -- and his wife, Danielle -- are currently living and working in Macedonia.   After his time in Eastern Europe, he'll return to UC to finish his degree.  Here's a chance to check on Adam's life and work in Macedonia: http://www.adamanddanielle.com
  • David Siler Senior Praises 'Hands-On Educational Experience Unlike Any Other'
    David Siler, Class of 2008, says undergraduate research helped pave the way for his future in organic chemistry.
  • Nick Sillies UC Senior Named Nation’s Best Co-op Student
    UC architecture senior Nick Sillies was recently named the nation’s best co-op student, thanks to his co-op work quarters with global firms working on internationally prominent building projects.
  • Tiffany Simons UC Freshman/Turner Scholar Strives To Build A Better Understanding Of Latino Cultures
    Tiffany Simons is constantly stretching for – and achieving – her goals.
  • Cory Sims 2010 Carl H. Lindner Scholarship Recipient
    Cory Sims, a finance and real estate major in the College of Business, has been selected as the recipient of this year’s Carl H. Lindner Scholarship.
  • Michael Sitko Professor Views Astronomical Proceedings with Amusement
    A constellation of about 2,500 astronomers has gathered in Prague, Czech Republic, for the tri-annual assembly of the International Astronomical Union (IAU).
  • Edgar Slotkin Celtic Book Published in Honor of UC English Professor
    The Celtic Studies Association of North America recently honored Edgar Slotkin for his contributions to the field of Celtic studies.
  • Sherri Slovin Political Science Alum Named President of IACP
    International Academy of Collaborative Professionals names lawyer Sherri Goren Slovin as president of the alternative resolution organization.
  • Drew Smith UC's Student Body President Honored with National Award
    Drew Smith is nationally honored for his leadership and values.
  • Drew Smith WATCH: Student Body President Welcomes Students Back to Campus
    Drew Smith followed a family tradition when he chose UC, but says getting involved on campus made the experience his very own.
  • Danielle Smith Upcoming A&S Grad Creating a Better Future for Her Children
    This single mother was motivated by her children to become the first person from her family to attend college and will graduate with a double major in biological sciences and psychology.
  • Meredith Smith A&S Alumna Puts Degree in Action With Senior Year Experience
    Arts and Sciences alumna Meredith Smith proudly recalls marching at the University of Cincinnati’s Commencement ceremony last spring, achieving her bachelor’s degree in communication and a minor in African-American studies.
  • Leisan Smith Inspired by the Late Georgia Beasley, Beasley Scholarship Recipient Now Inspires Others

    Ms. Georgia Beasley told a gathering of her admirers at the African American Cultural and Resource Center in the fall of 2004, “You are an example for someone else coming along.” Leisan Smith was listening.


  • Meredith Smith Program Coordinator Works to Make UC’s Senior Year Experience the Very Best
    UC’s Senior Year Experience Program helps students prepare for life after graduation.

  • Seongho Song Meet...Seongho Song
    Despite the congested early morning traffic on his way to work down Winton Road and I-75, Seongho Song enjoys living in Cincinnati.
  • Elissa Sonnenberg Meet Elissa Sonnenberg
    Spend just a few minutes with Elissa Sonnenberg and you'll know why she's truly "back home" in McMicken College of Arts & Sciences.
  • Alfredo J. Sosa-Velasco Educational Journey Begins with Lessons Learned in Childhood

    Two very special women helped fuel Alfredo J. Sosa-Velasco's love for Romance Languages and Literatures.


  • Lenora Sotlar Meet…Lenora Sotlar
    Though new to the Center for Exploratory Studies, Lenora Sotlar is a familiar face to many in the UC community.
  • Lenora Sotlar Meet…Lenora Sotlar
    Though new to the Center for Exploratory Studies, Lenora Sotlar is a familiar face to many in the UC community.
  • Vic Soukup PROFILE: Volunteer Cultivates McMicken's Not-So-Secret Herbarium
    Volunteer Vic Soukup is planting the seeds for future growth in UC's herbarium.
  • Billy Spies Student’s Service Is a Lesson in Leadership
    Billy Spies creates a special blog to track the progress of UC’s annual projects with Cincinnati Habitat for Humanity.
  • Greg Spilman Meet…Greg Spilman
    When most people consider retiring, they envision lives of leisure, taking time to play with grandkids and travel.
  • Greg Spilman Meet…Greg Spilman
    When most people consider retiring, they envision lives of leisure, taking time to play with grandkids and travel.
  • Howard Stafford Retiring Geography Prof Howard Stafford Broadens His Horizons
    The UC geography department says "farewell" to part of its quiet infrastructure with the retirement of long-time faculty member Howard Stafford.
  • Howard Stafford Retiring Geography Prof Howard Stafford Broadens His Horizons
    The UC geography department says "farewell" to part of its quiet infrastructure with the retirement of long-time faculty member Howard Stafford.
  • James Stallworth UC Doctoral Student Seeks to Diversify the Teaching Profession
    Holmes Scholar James Stallworth represents a select group of graduate students around the nation who are taking part in a program to prepare future leaders in education.

  • Melony Stambaugh Anthropology Graduate Student Heads High, Low to Chronicle Film Process

    Melony Stambaugh shot photos as a documentary crew descended on the UC campus and into Sheriden Cave.


  • George Stan Continuing the Sequence: Another Chemistry Prof Earns NSF CAREER Award
    George Stan and his research on molecular dynamics of proteins garner $660,644 in funding by the National Science Foundation.
  • Nate Standeford Student Tour Guide Offers a Personal Perspective of the UC Student Experience
    Nate Standeford is one of a dozen student tour guides showing off the transformation of campus.
  • Andrew Steckl 2006 Faculty Awards: Andrew Steckl Blazes New Trails in Light Research
    Light. It’s the topic of Andrew Steckl’s research, but it’s also what his face is full of as he describes it. Steckl's research has earned him this year's Rieveschl Award for Distinguished Scientific Research.
  • Anne Stephens Anne Stephens Stands Tall Among Her Peers

    At 6 feet, 4 inches tall, Anne Stephens is taller than six out of UC’s 13 basketball players — on the UC men’s team. As the tallest woman ever to letter in basketball at the University of Cincinnati, center Anne Stephens certainly stands out in a crowd. But she’s outstanding in more ways than one.


  • Anne Stephens Anne Stephens Stands Tall Among Her Peers

    At 6 feet, 4 inches tall, Anne Stephens is taller than six out of UC’s 13 basketball players — on the UC men’s team. As the tallest woman ever to letter in basketball at the University of Cincinnati, center Anne Stephens certainly stands out in a crowd. But she’s outstanding in more ways than one.


  • Bradley Stephens Mr. Bearcat 2010: Brad Stephens
    “There is no better place to be than the University of Cincinnati!” says Brad Stephens, Mr. Bearcat 2010. “Whatever you’re seeking, the university offers many terrific opportunities where you can maximize your college experience.”
  • Alexander Stewart Geology Alum to Put Skills to Use in Afghanistan
    Alexander Stewart (Geology BS ’00, PhD ’07) will take part in a U.S. Army agribusiness mission underway in Afghanistan.
  • Roger Stolle Keep the Beat Alive: Documentary Explores Waning Juke Joint Culture
    Alumnus produces a film about the remaining blues clubs in the Mississippi Delta, encouraging the preservation of these important parts of American music history.
  • Peter Stone Classics Student Wins Fellowship for Dissertation Work in Israel

    Peter Stone will work at an archaeological site in Tel Kedesh thanks to a grant from the W.F. Albright Institute.

  • David Stradling Researcher’s New Book Reveals Environmental History of New York
    The Empire State has led the nation in preserving landscapes, replenishing forests and cracking down on tenement housing, yet it also leads the nation in its struggles with other environmental threats.
  • Nicole Strange PROFILE: Nicole Hunt Strange Improves Service For Students
    Nicole Hunt Strange is one of the 12 cross-trained staff hired to work in the new One Stop Student Services Center in University Pavilion.
  • Ashley Strasser PROFILE: UC Student Guides Thousands of Freshmen Through Orientation
    Ashley Strasser remembers the excitement and anxiety of her first time on campus. As a Student Orientation Leader, she'll lend her support, experience and enthusiasm to thousands of new students.
  • Sam Stratman PROFILE: UC Alum Stratman Loves Life On The Hill
    After graduating from UC with his history degree, Sam Stratman has found service on Capitol Hill to be a life he would recommend to others.
  • Sam Stratman PROFILE: UC Alum Stratman Loves Life On The Hill
    After graduating from UC with his history degree, Sam Stratman has found service on Capitol Hill to be a life he would recommend to others.
  • Cynthia Striley Government Bond: Chemistry Alumni Work in Nation’s Top Labs
    Chemists employed by the CDC, EPA and FDA are representative of the Chemistry Department’s long history of preparing its graduates for professional success.

  • Heather Sturgill PROFILE: Crash Changes Course of Student’s Education
    Early in April 2000, Northside resident Heather Sturgill had made a decision, “Yes, I’ll do it.” That decision? To return to the University of Cincinnati to complete her education. Two weeks later, another motorist ran a stop sign, hitting the car Heather was in. But in the end, Heather didn’t let years of recovery and her life in a wheelchair slow her drive for an education.
  • Josh Suhre Movie Clips and 'Oscar' Credits Are Part of Student’s Hollywood Co-op
    Thanks to his Hollywood co-op quarter, design student Josh Suhre’s name was listed in the credits of the just-seen Oscar ceremonies. And next, he’ll have an unusual appearance in the new Will Ferrell movie, Blades of Glory.
  • Makram Suidan 2008 Rieveschl Award for Distinguished Scientific Research: Makram Suidan
    “Makram is at the forefront of research in environmental engineering and science,” wrote one supporter from the top-ranked engineering college in the country.
  • Adam Sulewski Alumnus a Rising Leader in Department of Homeland Security
    Political science graduate was elected president of DHS Pride, which hosted DHS Secretary Janet Napolitano at a recent event.

  • Sean Sullivan Marketing His Options Leads Economics Major to Internship
    A summer job in Chicago cements Sean Sullivan's plans for a post-graduation career as an options trader.
  • Lauren Rae Sullivan UC Co-op Student Helps New Orleans to Steer the City’s Streets by Bike
    UC planning student Lauren Rae Sullivan is just back from a co-op spent working in New Orleans. While there, she’s established the NolaCycle project to provide residents with maps of the safest routes to travel the city by bicycle. It’s a project she’ll continue during her upcoming winter quarter co-op.
  • Annelle Suszkiw PROFILE: E-Mails from Annelle: Coping While Co-oping a World Away
    While working in Germany as part of her international co-op assignment, Annelle Suszkiw is given hair-raising amounts of responsibility and then goes out of control.
  • Rebecca Sutherland Borah UC Pop Culture Expert Says Fans Are Salivating for the Opening of ‘The Hunger Games’
    Box office predictions estimate the movie will generate more than $100 million on opening weekend. University of Cincinnati pop culture expert Rebecca Sutherland Borah is following the fan frenzy.
  • Rebecca Sutherland Borah Pop Culture Expert Suggests Technology Is Pushing the Popularity of ‘The Hunger Games’ Past Harry Potter
    As the “Hunger Games” trilogy outsells the Harry Potter series on Amazon.com, a UC pop culture expert lends insight into why Katniss is more popular than the teen wizard, Harry Potter.
  • Piyush Swami A Worldly Presence: UC Science Educator Invited to Forum in China
    Piyush Swami, a UC professor of science education, is on a journey to share and explore teacher education on a global level.

  • Piyush Swami PROFILE: Educator Prepares High-Demand Teachers
    Piyush Swami, professor of teacher education, says the focus on science education is taking on more importance than it has in decades.
  • Jim Swearingen Alum Doesn’t Play Around When it Comes to Toy Design
    Design alum Jim Swearingen was the first person in Cincinnati to read the unreleased script for Star Wars in 1976. He went on to design the toys associated with the 1977 mega-blockbuster and hasn’t slowed down since. Jim’s latest toy designs are games and figures associated with Pirates of the Caribbean II: Dead Man’s Chest.
  • Elizabeth Sweeney Doctoral Student Presents Research at National Meeting
    UC sociology research investigates the challenges of patients experiencing pain symptoms that don’t visibly turn up on any test, or, in other words, are not ‘proven’ by science.
  • Ric Sweeney Ric Sweeney Wins AMA Faculty Advisor Award
    Sweeney presented award by the American Marketing Association for his work with students.
  • Ahoo Tabatabai PROFILE: UC Alumna With A World View Spreads The Word About Diversity Education
    When Ahoo Tabatabai started earning her undergraduate degree at UC in 1996, it was the first time she had ever attended a school where the dominant language was English. As UC’s program coordinator for Diversity Education, she works to build bridges of understanding among the diverse UC community.

  • Li Tan UC Graduate Achieves by Going for the Goal
    Li Tan came to the United States looking for the “land of opportunity” and found many opportunities in UC’s College of Engineering and Applied Science.
  • Mei Tang UC Faculty Member Lends Expertise to Assist Earthquake Recovery in China
    Mei Tang spent her summer in the earthquake-ravaged Sichuan Province working with psychologists and counselors that were assisting teachers and displaced families.
  • Jeannette Taylor UC Professor to be Honored by the Urban League
    Jeannette Taylor will be recognized for her long record of contributions to the Cincinnati USA community.
  • Nikki Taylor Meet Nikki Taylor
    The latest addition to the history department is not originally from Cincinnati, but she knows more than most about the rich history of the city.
  • Nikki Taylor UC Creates Permanent Ties with the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center
    A gift to the Department of Africana Studies makes Professor Nikki Taylor an official liaison between the University of Cincinnati and the Freedom Center.
  • Spintronics Team All-Electric Spintronics Research at UC
    Cross-college collaboration puts a new spin on electronics.
  • Bradley Theilman Cincinnatus Scholar Is Among the Nation’s Highest Achievers
    A member of Mensa since childhood with a perfect 36 score on the ACT – National Merit Finalist Brad Theilman of Milford shares why he chose UC, a nationally reputable university in his own backyard.
  • Jessica Petrey and Theresa Wiggins PROFILE: Alumna’s Legacy Awards Dedication To The Youngest Learners
    They were UC graduates, sisters and long-time educators who wanted to honor future students who shared their passion. Their generous gift will financially benefit two UC seniors as they prepare for careers to teach young children.
  • Cory Thomas PROFILE: “Happy Accidents” Chart His Planning Career
    UC employee and student Cory Thomas has traveled the globe as a Master’s of Community Planning student. Ironically, he didn’t actually plan on his new academic course. It just happened by accident.
  • Liz Tilton 

    Poet Wraps Up PhD — And Snags Prize


    What's a great present for someone about to defend her dissertation? For Liz Tilton, it was the Wick Chapbook Prize, which she earned for her poetry collection titled Salt.


  • Jeffrey Timberlake In the News: Sociology Professor Featured in TIME

    Jeffrey Timberlake presented his research on stereotypes and immigrants at the annual ASA meeting.

  • Mary Tokarsky Mary Tokarsky: Friends Mark Retirement of 'Amazing Individual'
    Her initial impression of the University of Cincinnati was forged during a winter storm in 1976.
  • Thomas Tomsick Doc Trades Baseball Jersey for UC Health Lab Coat
    Dr. Thomas Tomsick, a UC College of Medicine faculty member since 1976, has written a book about his days working in major league baseball.
  • Cara Tovey Invaluable Cultural Immersion Awaits Fulbright Winner
    German Studies master’s program graduate will travel to Austria to further her command of the language and apply her experiences to research on the intellectual value of dance.
  • Ashley Townes UC Student Peer Educator Gains Experience Toward Her Future Career
    Through her training at the UC Wellness Center, Ashley Townes provides expertise as well as a student perspective on health matters affecting students.
  • Amy Townsend-Small UC a Perfect Fit for Interdisciplinary Researcher
    New geology professor Amy Townsend-Small is one of the multiple Geographic Information Network hires in the McMicken College of Arts and Sciences.
  • Bruce Trapnell Mechanism That Causes Infection in Rare Lung Disease Found

    Nearly 20 percent of reported deaths in people with the rare lung disorder pulmonary alveolar proteinosis (PAP) are attributed to microbial infections. Researchers at UC and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center have identified a molecular defect in PAP sufferers, explaining why they are more susceptible to these deadly infections.


  • Kristine Trego Under the Sea on the Edge of the World: Excavating an Ancient Ship
    Imagine yourself about to plunge 150ft.
  • Judith Trent A Break-Through For Women in Politics: Scholar Sees 2002 As A Turning Point
    The election year of 1992 was deemed "The Year of the Woman," but a University of Cincinnati political researcher who has recently interviewed female candidates suggests that 2002 deserves that title even more.
  • Michael Sundrup and Trinh Nguyen China Co-ops: East Meets West Both Coming and Going
    Opportunities for University of Cincinnati students to co-op in China are becoming more common. For instance, architecture student Michael Sundrup is just back from a Shanghai co-op and other students are about to take off this summer for similar opportunities in China.
  • Jerry Tsai Student Body President Looks Ahead to an Exciting New School Year
    Jerry Tsai says that now that the campus has undergone a major physical transformation, it’s up to students to charge the campus spirit to a new level.
  • Reginald Tsang College of Medicine Announces 2003 Drake Award Winners
    John J. Hutton, MD, and Reginald C. Tsang, MD, were presented with 2003 Daniel Drake Award medals at the College of Medicine Honors Day program, Sunday, May 25, at The Aronoff Center for the Arts.
  • Patrick Tso, PhD PROFILE: Researcher Spurred by Unconventional Ideas
    When he’s not thinking out of the box—authoring or coauthoring more than 120 papers, 28 review articles or book chapters and presenting 119 invited lectures—Dr. Tso is inspiring the next generation of scientists. He’s trained 25 pre- and post-doctoral fellows so far.  

  • Bob Tucker PROFILE: Bob Tucker Wears Many Hats -- Sometimes a Chef's
    Bob Tucker, student/manager for Aramark, works summers at MarketPointe at Siddall.
  • Jessica Tucker 'Little Darwin' Sets the Bar High for Herself — Including Studying for the Bar
    At 18, Turner Scholar Jessica Tucker is one of the youngest students to graduate from UC with a bachelor’s degree since Darwin T. Turner himself.
  • Ann Twinam Rieveschl Winner Ann Twinam Earns New Respect for Work
    Bomb blasts, earthquakes and daunting secret codes have never been enough to distract historian Ann Twinam from her quest to better understand the history of Latin America.
  • Ann Twinam Rieveschl Winner Ann Twinam Earns New Respect for Work
    Bomb blasts, earthquakes and daunting secret codes have never been enough to distract historian Ann Twinam from her quest to better understand the history of Latin America.
  • Carol Tyler Carol Tyler Draws a Comic Career One Line at a Time
    Graphic novelist and UC adjunct instructor of fine art Carol Tyler has one graphic novel already published and another underway. While thus working creatively, she’s also teaching comic art technique and cultural history to a new generation.
  • Margo Tytus Champion Of Humanities Honored By UC
    Margo Tytus, even at 90 years of age, is a major force in the pursuit of excellence in the classics department and throughout the University.
  • Margo Tytus Champion Of Humanities Honored By UC
    Margo Tytus, even at 90 years of age, is a major force in the pursuit of excellence in the classics department and throughout the University.
  • Nitin Ubhayakar Pre-Med School Experience Puts Student on Fast Track
    As a second-year medical student, Nitin Ubhayakar has quite the CV.
  • George Uetz Spidey Senses
    Biology Professor George Uetz receives NSF funding to further his lifelong research in spider communication.
  • George Uetz Spider Science
    UC biologist George Uetz, an internationally known expert on spiders, spends his time unraveling the web of questions that surround the arachnids he has been investigating for 29 years.
  • George Uetz Biology & Environmental Studies Professor Featured by NSF
    Professor George Uetz is being featured on the National Science Foundation's web site this week in the following article.
  • George Uetz Biology & Environmental Studies Professor Featured by NSF
    Professor George Uetz is being featured on the National Science Foundation's web site this week in the following article.
  • Pratima Upadhyay Developing Tolerance: Grad Student Studies Sexual Rights in Nepal
    Pratima Upadhyay is using her master's thesis as a vehicle to analyze the LGBTI community in a developing nation.
  • Nicasio Urbina Meet Nicasio Urbina
    New Prof "likes UC."
  • Patricia Valladares-Ruiz Passport to Everywhere
    McMicken's new faculty member brings her abundant knowledge of other cultures to the department of Romance Languages and Literatures.
  • David Varady 2008 Rieveschl Award for Creative and/or Scholarly Works: David Varady
    David Varady’s research touches on complicated contemporary issues – real estate and housing, race and religion, aging and economics – and, sometimes, all of the above. Because his research literally touches people where they live, Varady is the winner of UC’s 2008 Rieveschl Award for Creative and Scholarly Works.
  • Benjamin Vaughan New UC Professor Merges Math and Biology
    As a biomathematician, Benjamin Vaughan creates math models that potentially help premature infants, cystic fibrosis patients and more.
  • Robin Ventura PROFILE: UC Junior Is An Engineer, Model and Putt-Putt Pro
    Robin Ventura is a standout student in the classroom, on the catwalk and on the miniature golf course.
  • Ann P. Villalobos Graduate Years Prep Scientist for 'Outside World' Success

    Ann Villalobos, PhD, Chemistry, 1990, shares thoughts on helping the university and discipline she loves.



  • Robert Voorhees MeasureNet Celebrates 10th Birthday in Student Labs Around the World

    Robert Voorhees looks at a decade of success for a data system created in the Department of Chemistry.

     


  • George Vredeveld UC’s Vredeveld Wins National Award in Washington

    UC's director of the Economics Center for Education and Research is honored for his leadership and impact on economic education. And what an impact — the center has worked with more than a million students in the last 32 years.
  • Les Vuylsteke PROFILE: Chat Reference Librarian Provides Assistance Online
    Les Vuylsteke is one of 16 e-librarians who help people use the many resources of the libraries. He literally "pushes" the information they need directly to their computers.
  • Gisela Walberg The Reward of Persistence: Gisela Walberg’s Discovery
    Ask an average person to list the personal characteristics required for success in classics, and you’ll get a variety of answers: intelligence, curiosity, thirst for knowledge, and creativity.
  • James Walker The Right Chemistry for Success
    Upcoming graduate overcame financial and academic struggles to earn chemistry degree and full-ride scholarship to one of the best doctoral programs in the country.
  • Edward Wallace New UC Faculty Member Tackles Health Disparities in Cincinnati
    From grassroots efforts to policy innovation, the key is building relationships, Africana Studies Assistant Professor Edward Wallace says.
  • John Wallrodt Classics' Technology Polyglot
    John Wallrodt calls himself “a technology polyglot.
  • John Wallrodt UC 'Polyglot' Mixes New Technology with Ancient World
    Describing himself as a "technology polyglot," John Wallrodt of UC's Classics department brings the newest technologies into academic environments and into the field -- the hot and dusty environs that come when working as a member of an archaeological crew.
  • Ginny Walters VIDEO: Campus Tour Guide Masters Walking Backwards
    Ginny Walters is one of 60 Bearcat ROAR student tour guide volunteers who share their enthusiasm about the University of Cincinnati with prospective students and their families.
  • Ninghua Wang Worldfest Student’s Home City Is Getting Worldwide Attention
    Ninghua Wang belongs to a student organization that will be hosting a preview of the Summer Olympics at UC’s Worldfest celebration.
  • Joshua Ward Recent Law Graduate Committed to Community
    Joshua Ward wants to reach out to people in need or in a crisis before tragedies such as prison become a reality.
  • Eric Warm A Warm Smile
    Joel Warm has a smile on his face these days.
  • Joel Warm Psych Department’s Secret
    Have you ever wondered what “the best kept secrets in Cincinnati” are? Joel Warm, professor of psychology and director of graduate studies, basic science, believes one of them is the “remarkable record of academic excellence and accomplishment” in his department, the college, and the university.
  • Joel Warm Psych Department’s Secret
    Have you ever wondered what “the best kept secrets in Cincinnati” are? Joel Warm, professor of psychology and director of graduate studies, basic science, believes one of them is the “remarkable record of academic excellence and accomplishment” in his department, the college, and the university.
  • Joel Warm UC Professor’s Vigilance Research Leads to Membership on Panel that 'Watches Over' the Army
    Joel Warm’s Army service decades ago fueled his passion for a career that has spanned more than 40 years. He’s answering Uncle Sam’s call again as he serves on a federal government panel with some of the most distinguished professionals in his field.
  • Ebony Warren Two Mother Daughter Teams Celebrate Graduation
    “My mother has been my inspiration throughout my entire college career,” says Ebony Warren.
  • Ebony Warren Two Mother Daughter Teams Celebrate Graduation
    “My mother has been my inspiration throughout my entire college career,” says Ebony Warren.
  • Crystal Washington Queen City Connection
    As the face of Scripps and an actively involved member of the community, Crystal Washington loves running into her fellow Bearcats around Cincinnati.

  • Mitchel Livingston and Wayne Hall UC a National Presence in Designing Accountability System for Higher Education
    UC administrators play key roles in creating a Voluntary System of Accountability that will help students make educated decisions when it comes to choosing the right college.
  • Brendan Weaver Over-the-Rhine Urban Garden Project Grows Thanks to UC Planning Student
    A greenhouse and garden are growing in Cincinnati’s Over-the-Rhine thanks to UC planning student Brendan Weaver.
  • Jillian Weise A Trailblazing Cyborg
    Recent English alum Jillian Weise publishes essay in New York Times about acquiring a computerized leg.
  • Melinda Welch Melinda Welch Is Off and Shooting, Already Showing What She Can Do
    A swimsuit shopping trip got Melinda Welch started in photography.  Now, as a fine art senior, she’s ready to dive into photography full-time and is already participating in her first show downtown.
  • Ann Welsh 2006 Faculty Awards: Welsh’s Value-Added Approach to Teaching Earns Her Cohen Award
    Creating a challenging, professional classroom environment has earned M. Ann Welsh her students' respect — and the 2006 Mrs. A.B. "Dolly" Cohen Award for Excellence in Teaching.
  • Cheri Westmoreland PROFILE: McNair Program Director Has History With UC
    Cheri Westmoreland is the newly appointed director of the new Ronald E. McNair program that awarded UC an $880,000 grant to build diversity among graduate students. Westmoreland earned her doctorate of education from UC and has previously worked for or with the university to help underrepresented students achieve their dreams of a college degree.
  • Tom White UC Authors to be Featured at Cincinnati Book Festival
    Meet one of the UC authors who uncovered the history buried in Cincinnati’s cemeteries.
  • Dean Whitfield PROFILE: Master’s Candidate Makes Teaching A Learning Experience
    Dean Whitfield’s research project was presented at a prestigious international meeting of educators in Montreal, Canada.
  • Jeffrey Whitsett Jeffrey Whitsett, MD, Named to Institute of Medicine
    Institute of Medicine elects 65 new members and five foreign associates.
  • Micah Whitt UC Student Spends His Breaks Making the World a Better Place
    Micah Whitt is co-founder and president of the UC student service organization, Serve Beyond Cincinnati.
  • Jonny Wicks Jonny Wicks: Carried Away With Cars
    UC transportation design student Jonny Wicks is a driven car collector. His current collection ranges from a 1930 Model A to a 1966 Lincoln Continental – all in various stages of completion.
  • Beth Wilhelmus PROFILE: UC Commencement Planner Will March With The Graduates
    Beth Wilhelmus has worked behind the scenes to make Commencement an unforgettable experience for graduates and their families. This year, she’ll experience the ceremony herself as she celebrates the completion of her bachelor’s degree.
  • Caki Wilkinson Poetic Technique: PhD Student 'Stunned' to Win Fellowship
    She is a prize-winning, published poet, but for Caki Wilkinson, the true rewards are in the words.
  • Caki Wilkinson PhD Student 'Stunned' to Win Fellowship
    She is a prize-winning, published poet, but for Caki Wilkinson, the true rewards are in the words.
  • Rod and Devona Williams His UC Classroom Was in Honduras

    Roderick Williams will graduate from the university this August with a Master of Community Planning. And thanks to a special UC program, he’ll graduate with experience he gained in Honduras while a UC student.


  • Roderick Williams PROFILE: Grad Student Sandwiches Peace Corps Stint Into His Studies
    Roderick Williams is the first student to take advantage of a program linking UC's graduate planning program and the Peace Corps. Thanks to the program, Rod and his wife are currently living and working in Honduras. After their service term, Rod will return to his studies in the classroom at UC to complete his Master's in Planning, but in the meantime, here's a chance to check on their progress at http://geocities.com/rwdywill
  • Gregory Williams UC's New President Embraces Diversity

    Gregory Williams is named UC's 27th president and will take office on Nov. 1.


  • Rina Williams Defining American Identity at Crux of Today’s Politics
    New UC faculty member Rina Williams analyzes the influence of the state on gender and identity politics.
  • Steve Williamson PROFILE: A Lesson Learned In Transforming An Empty Lot Into A Home
    Steve Williamson’s first UC academic experience was in a classroom with no walls – that is, until the students built them.
  • Joel Willis PROFILE: Co-op Has Willis' Long Road to Success off to Fast Start
    Joel Willis, an information technology major from UC's College of Applied Science, didn't let his standing as a co-op student keep him from taking the lead on a major charitable effort at Cincinnati utility giant Cinergy.
  • F. Robert Wilson PROFILE: UC Professor Wins Praise From Peers Statewide
    Counseling Professor F. Robert Wilson will be honored as Counselor of the Year by a state organization of counseling professionals.
  • Laurel Wilson PROFILE: Laurel Wilson Brings Streamlined Service To Students
    Laurel Wilson is one of the new cross-trained University Service Associates who works at the One Stop Student Services Center in University Pavilion.
  • James Wilson English Professor Pens 'Weather Reports' on Life with Autistic Son
    The realities of the "autism front" are illustrated in James Wilson's frank, funny memoir centered on his son, Sam.
  • Eric Winegardner Communication Alumnus Thrives on Monster of a Job
    Ohio native Eric Winegardner of Monster Worldwide gleans huge satisfaction from a job well done.
  • Julia Wise Digging into the Human Side of Geology
    Doctoral student emphasizes public health and safety in her research on controversial oil and gas extraction technique known as “fracking.”
  • John P. Wise UC Alum (Finally) Gets His One Great Season
    English alumnus John P. Wise spent the 2009 college football season traveling the country for his website, One Great Season.
  • Carol Wissman Meet...Carol Wissman
    You would be hard-pressed to find a person with a more diverse career at UC than Carol Wissman.
  • Carol Wissman Meet...Carol Wissman
    You would be hard-pressed to find a person with a more diverse career at UC than Carol Wissman.
  • Samuel Wohl Alumni Sons Tell Father's Story
    He Really Had Something to Say, a recently published biography of Rabbi Samuel Wohl (1895-1972) traces not only the years of his life, but also important events and trends in 20th century Judaism, Cincinnati, and America.
  • Shane Wolf Alum Perfecting the Art of the Impossible
    Year 2000 design alum Shane Wolf spent more than two years convincing his French multinational employer to give UC design co-ops a try – a move that has resulted in a winning UC-European co-op relationship. It’s a legacy Shane is proud of as he now sketches out opportunities in Italy.
  • Donald Wright Math to Moths: Donald Wright Retires
    'Donald J. Wright retired at the end of winter quarter, after almost 40 years on the faculty of the Department of Mathematical Sciences.
  • Earl Wright Professor’s Leadership Earns Presidential Plurality
    Africana Studies professor will lead two sociological organizations in the upcoming academic year and recently lent his perspective on out-of-wedlock births to Jet magazine.
  • Pearl M. Wright Award Two Men Among UC Elementary Teaching Honorees
    For the first time, men are honored with a generous University of Cincinnati award that recognizes the high standards of a future primary teacher.

  • Qiusheng Wu UC Geography Grad Student Wins 1st Place at National Conference
    Beginner’s luck? Qiusheng Wu earned top honors in his first-ever paper session with the Association of American Geographers.
  • Michele Wyan Degree Is In Sight and Future Is Bright For Non-Traditional English Major

    Part-time student Michele Wyan has a full-time job at UC and a longtime desire to complete a degree she started years ago.


  • Elissa Yancey Journalism Professor Meets MASH Star, Learns to Communicate Science
    Elissa Yancey of the journalism program spent a few days in early June at the Communicating Science Summer Institute where she met Alan Alda and discussed how to better communicate science.
  • Elissa Yancey McMicken Professor Presented Sarah Grant Barber Faculty Advisor of the Year Award

    Elissa Yancey receives a university-wide award representing the Journalism Department.

  • Tricia Yee UC Staffer Finds A&S Background the Perfect Prep for Job

    Executive staff assistant Tricia Yee is a strong advocate of jumping into professional development opportunities.

     


  • Jessica Young UC Grad Takes Business Degree to Senegal for Two Years with the Peace Corps
    Spanning the globe, from Cincinnati to Paris to Beijing — this Lindner Honors-PLUS alumna plans to use her business skills for social justice.
  • Lisa Yunker Business Blossoms for First-Time Entrepreneur
    Philosophy alumna Lisa Yunker is the owner of City Roots, an urban garden shop in Over-the-Rhine.
  • Jeff Zalar Answering the Call for Catholic Studies Chair
    Experienced historian and theologian chosen to develop interdisciplinary Catholic studies program. First class will be offered in spring semester 2013.
  • Monica Zeckel UC Student Named German Academic Exchange Service's Young Ambassador

    UC student Monica Zeckel spent a year in Germany and is now the first ever DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service) Young Ambassador from the University of Cincinnati.

  • Peng Zhang Chemistry Professor Earns NSF Grant for Cancer Research
    Peng Zhang studies nanoparticles to make photodynamic therapy—a potential tumor-blasting technology—a more efficient cancer treatment.
  • Fu-Chun Zhang Physicist Named Distinguished Research Professor
    A global reputation as an outstanding theoretical physicst earned UC Professor Fu-Chun Zhang the honor of being named a Distinguished Research Professor by the UC Board of Trustees.
  • Fu-Chun Zhang Physicist Named Distinguished Research Professor
    A global reputation as an outstanding theoretical physicst earned UC Professor Fu-Chun Zhang the honor of being named a Distinguished Research Professor by the UC Board of Trustees.
  • Nick Zingarelli Alumnus Makes Jump Into Private Practice
    Philosophy graduate Nick Zingarelli is 29 and just opened his own law office.
  • Thomas Zinn Q&A: Zinn Goes on the Record about CARE
    Thomas Zinn, assistant professor of economics, transferred from the University College and is now director of the Center for Applied Research in Economics.
  • Thomas Zinn Q&A: Zinn Goes on the Record about CARE
    Thomas Zinn, assistant professor of economics, transferred from the University College and is now director of the Center for Applied Research in Economics.
  • Janet Zydney 2010 Innovative Uses of Technology in Teaching Award: Janet Mannheimer Zydney
    By empowering her teacher education students to create online textbooks and e-portfolios that will support their careers, this assistant professor transformed a former passive classroom into a community of active creators of knowledge.


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