Urban Impact

The University of Cincinnati's well-being is inherently linked with the physical, environmental, social, and economic health of our community and city. Cincinnati, and its business, civic, education, and cultural offerings, provides us an opportunity to reach beyond our campuses to lead real-world learning, problem-based research and scholarship, and creative endeavors that address the multifaceted challenges affecting individuals and communities in our increasingly urbanized society.

Urban Impact, through collaborations and partnerships with external counterparts, seeks to improve the human condition and advance sustainability for the institution, city, state, and world.


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WVXU: Do murals impact a city's economics, quality of life?

February 26, 2024

WVXU covers University of Cincinnati urban design researcher Hyesun Jeong. She has received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) to determine how public art relates to street vitality and the growth of commercial business in multiple U.S. cities.

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