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Why we still need Black History Month

January 26, 2023

While Black History Month is an opportunity for all Americans to consider concepts central to the founding of the nation — democracy, freedom and equality — the University of Cincinnati propels the diversity, equity and equality momentum by honoring Black Americans’ extraordinary impact through engaging lectures, open classes, food, galas and off-campus activities.

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UC’s 1819 Innovation Hub nurtures startups

January 26, 2023

Located within the 1819 Innovation Hub — the nerve center of the Cincinnati Innovation District — the Venture Lab provides resources and mentoring to help innovators launch scalable startups.

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A foundation of faith and philanthropy

January 25, 2023

Jerry Harris, JD ’72, is not the fearsome litigator you expect when he opens the door to his home. His hair is shoulder-length; his feet are bare. He has two raucous (yet adorable) dogs on leashes and an adorable grandchild on the couch with his wife of 50-plus years, Carol.

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UC tops $615M in research spending

January 25, 2023

The University of Cincinnati and its affiliates spent a record $615 million on research in fiscal year 2022, demonstrating their commitment to discovery and innovation.

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Spectrum News: FDA proposes annual COVID boosters

January 25, 2023

The FDA is recommending an annual COVID-19 booster shot for most adults and children. Spectrum News interviewed Carl Fichtenbaum, MD, of the Division of Infectious Diseases at the UC College of Medicine to get his reaction to this recommendation.

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Eating smarter with diabetes

January 25, 2023

St. Vincent de Paul's teaching kitchen offers UC students a service-learning co-op and a teachable moment. Residents battling diabetes learn recipes that will help lower blood sugar levels and the amount of medications needed.

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Engineering alumnus presented with lifetime achievement award

January 24, 2023

Michael Valentine’s career as an innovator and entrepreneur has spanned more than four decades, and has included the creation of an industry-changing radar detector and two successful companies, Cincinnati Microwave, and his current business, Valentine Research. Through the years, Mike and his wife, Peg — both UC alumni — have become prodigious philanthropists at the University of Cincinnati and within the region, giving of their time and treasure to many causes close to their hearts.

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MedPage Today: Encouraging data on treatment for certain stroke population

January 24, 2023

MedPage Today highlighted comments from a recent editorial written by the University of Cincinnati's Eva Mistry analyzing the results of a new study that found that using clot-busting drugs in stroke patients who had recently also been given blood thinners did not raise the risk of bleeding complications.