UC students and faculty spent the semester preparing for a 12-day study tour over spring break in Ghana that focused on HIV/AIDS, malaria, tuberculosis and other public health concerns in the country.
Hani Kushlaf, MD, a graduate of the University of Tripoli School of Medicine in Libya, served his residency at University of Kentucky Medical Center followed by fellowships at Mayo Clinic and Duke University Medical Center.
Andrew Steckl offers insight into potential unexpected products made on or from paper that promise to be less expensive and easier to use than those currently made using more sophisticated (and expensive) technology.
Karla Washington, PhD, has three current research projects at UC, two involving CSD students. A licensed speech-language pathologist with a focus in child development, she joined UC’s faculty in the fall of 2011.
Rooted in marketing, business, mass communication, digital technology, and sport administration, fantasy sport has found a way to enter our lives and tip the consumption scales taking it from, a once considered, niche hobby, to a powerful industry full of history and potential.
University of Cincinnati (UC) College of Medicine educator Bruce Giffin, PhD, has been named the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) 2012 Alpha Omega Alpha (AOA) Robert J. Glaser Distinguished Teacher Award winner.
Internationally respected author, designer and educator Craig Vogel, who also holds an appointment as interim chair of signage study at UC, will deliver the keynote address at the 2012 National Signage Research and Education Conference (NSREC).
UC associate professor of science and STEM education, Carla C. Johnson, EdD, has been selected Outstanding Science Teacher Educator of the Year 2013 by the Association for Science Teacher Education (ASTE), a worldwide organization.