People Working to Make the Future Real
Students: Young Adults Achieving Beyond Their Years
Carla McKenzie is a Communication Major And Ben-Gal Cheerleader
Communication major Carla McKenzie is a full-time student who spends her Sundays at Paul Brown Stadium.
Zach Osborne Credits Co-op For Career Success
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.
Michael Alexander Remembers The Legacies of Turner and Schneider
Alexander is a recipient of the Darwin T. Turner scholarship for academically talented students of color, named after the youngest person ever to graduate from UC. As a second year mechanical engineering student, Alexander also is aware of the continuing influence of Herman Schneider, the former dean of the College of Engineering and the founder of co-op.
Rachel Lieberman loves science and soccer.
University of Cincinnati student Rachel Lieberman's busy life is full of unusual combinations like shinguards and test tubes, cleats and beakers, science and soccer. This fall is Lieberman's junior year as a chemistry major and third year on the roster for the UC women's Soccer team.
CCM Student Tiffany Haas Competes for Miss America Title
Tiffany Haas, a University of Cincinnati sophomore and musical theater major at the College Conservatory of Music (CCM) is the reigning Miss Ohio. Haas is spending the year traveling the state promoting the Miss Ohio Scholarship Program and Operation Smile, a not-for-profit organization that provides reconstructive facial surgery to indigent children.
Alpacino Beauchamp The Famous Name to Live at New Residence Hall
Student named after movie star has his own fans--the students he coaches and tutors.
Huey Do Gets An Early Start on His Degree
Huey Do got a jump on his college education through a partnership between Western Hills High School and UC.
Genine Drozd Successful at the Newport Aquarium
Janelle Sikorski Goes Global for Degree
Commencement 2002: Meet UC's Outstanding Graduates
Michael Alexander Understands the Importance of Walk for Turner
This year's Walk for Turner aims to raise $100,000 to fund four scholarships for students of color at UC.
Turner Scholar Shadaia Gooden Combines Spirit and Scholarship
Cincinnatus Scholar Angela Wilson Studies Computer Engineering
Quarterback Gino Guidugli A Standout Freshman
Cincinnatus Scholar Amit Zachariah Looks Ahead to Medical School
Cincinnatus Scholar Emily Behan Fascinated with Flight
Honors Scholar Carrie Foulk Crowned 2001 Homecoming Queen
Student Trustee Darren Tolliver Gets an Early Jump on Politics
Student Jay Hummel Launches New University Tradition
Education Student Jamie Lentz Receives Pearl M. Wright Award
Student Michelle Hart on Adventures in Alaska
Education Student Rebecca Arlington-Davis Receives Prestigious Pearl M. Wright Award
Twins Kristy and Katie Boiano Find UC to be a Perfect Fit
Tiffany Bond and Glenn Walker Turn Walk to Class into Dramatic Child Rescue
Criminal Justice Students Walter Brown and Michael Ott Participate in Campus Watch
Orientation Leader Matt Carlin Guides Incoming Students
Construction Management Celebrates Largest Class of Women Grads
Year 2000 Applied Science Grad Kahnh Dinh Found Life Like a Movie in U.S.
Year 2001 Applied Science Grad Kevin Do Found Co-op to Be Fun and Games
Architecture Student Amanda Kain Builds Her Skills With International Co-op
International Competitor Jason Evege Sets the Fashion for Others to Follow
German and African American Studies Major Jodi Gillis, a Student on High Drive
Education Student Dewana Guill Receives Pearl M. Wright Award
Year 2000 Biochemistry Grad Atiba Jackson, a Young Father and Future Doctor
Engineering Student Chad Lockard Works and Studies Abroad
Musical Theater's Kelsey McKelfresh, Winner of Cincinnatus Scholarship
Business Student Christine Montgomery Gains Language Skills Fast in Germany
2001 CBA Grad Andy Pentenburg Earns a Sweet Reward Through Co-op, Academics
Emily Ploetz Leads UC's Marching Band
Architectural Engineering Technology Student and Construction Management Grad Jamie Pursley Helps to Bulldoze Barriers
Olympian Becky Ruehl Dives Into Athletics, Studies and Life
Political Science's Scott Schroeder Sees Campus in All Seasons, at All Hours
Year 2000 Business Grad Shaun Simpson is "Mr. Bearcat"
College of Law Student Blake Somers Serves as Link Between Crosstown Rivals
Applied Science's Andrea Tackett Earns Unexpected Scholarship
2001 Grad Elena Teran Part of Hispanic Legacy on Campus
Construction Management's Chance Truemper Builds a Following With Kids
Year 2000 MBA Grad Jan Vitazka Also a World-Class Swimmer
Pianist Aaron Ziegel Hits Right Note in Cincinnatus Scholarship Competition
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