Featured News

Latest UC News

4

UC students win hackathon in San Francisco

July 22, 2024

With an app that combats food waste and incentivises donations to food banks, two University of Cincinnati students were part of a team that won an artificial intelligence and blockchain hackathon competition in San Francisco. Daniel Vennemeyer, a computer science, economics and mathematics student who also is pursuing a master’s degree in AI through UC’s ACCEND program, and Phan Anh “Rai” Duong, a computer science student, were part of a team that won the grand prize in the EasyA x VeChain Bay Area Hackathon.

5

Olympics-bound Bearcats

July 22, 2024

A number of past, present and future University of Cincinnati athletes will represent countries across the globe in a variety of sports at the Paris 2024 Summer Olympic Games. Meet the newest class of UC Olympic athletes.

6

UC study examines impact of incarceration on youth health

July 19, 2024

Samantha Boch, PhD, at the UC College onf Nursing, has studied the impact of incarceration on child and family health for more than a decade. Her latest research examines youth health in Cincinnati and relies on collaboration with Cincinnati Children's Hospital.

7

UC professor awarded for lifetime achievement in photocatalysis

July 19, 2024

Panagiotis (Peter) Smirniotis has been at the University of Cincinnati's College of Engineering and Applied Science since 1994. He is known for impactful, interdisciplinary research focusing on various environmental and energy problems. Recently, he was honored with the inaugural David F. Ollis Award for lifelong achievements from the International Scientific Society of Semiconductor Photocatalysis and Solar Energy Conversion. The award is named after the influential professor and pioneer in the field.


UC: In the News

1

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.

4

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.

7

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.