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Teens ‘venture’ from classroom to boardroom

July 24, 2024

Main Street Ventures (MSV), a corporate partner of the 1819 Innovation Hub, shares a dedication to leveling the entrepreneurial playing field in Greater Cincinnati. Understanding the importance of early exposure to entrepreneurship, MSV is committed to nurturing the next generation of innovators through its Inventure Entrepreneurship Academy. Now in its third year, the one-week program was held at the 1819 Innovation Hub.


What is geology?

July 24, 2024

As climate change creates more consequences, geologists and other scientists are becoming increasingly critical to understanding changes in our environment. Geologists have long been important in helping us understand our physical world.


Kristy Swift named assistant professor of music studies at CCM

July 24, 2024

UC College-Conservatory of Music Interim Dean Jonathan Kregor has announced the appointment of Kristy Swift, PhD and DMA, to the position of Assistant Professor of Music Studies at CCM. In this role, Swift will lead the Bachelor of Arts in Music program offered through CCM's Division of General Studies. The appointment is effective Aug. 15, 2024.

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UC hosts camp for children, teens who stutter

July 24, 2024

Children and teens who stutter have learned skills to help them communicate effectively, advocate for themselves and develop confidence about their communication abilities during a weeklong camp at the University of Cincinnati, Fox 19 reported.


Global tech outage reinforces importance of cybersecurity

July 23, 2024

A global tech outage affecting Windows-based computers halted operations for businesses, individuals and institutions, offering a reminder of the importance of cybersecurity, WLWT reported. The Ohio Cyber Range Institute (OCRI), which is housed at the University of Cincinnati, is preparing Ohio to respond if a cyberattack were to happen.


Gen Z is romanticizing in-person work

July 19, 2024

Many members of Gen Z are romanticizing office jobs as they gain in-person positions for the first time following years of remote work becoming more of a norm, PopSugar reported. Nadia Ibrahim-Taney, an assistant professor of information technology and cybersecurity at the University of Cincinnati's College of Cooperative Education and Professional Studies, said it's normal and healthy for young workers to glamorize going to work.