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Public gardens contribute to invasives problem

December 1, 2023

University of Cincinnati botanists found that plants at arboretums and public gardens inadvertently can seed wild areas with nonnative plants. Their study was published in the journal Ecological Restoration.


UC Learning Lab inspires College of Medicine to SIT

November 29, 2023

In a convergence of academic integration, the University of Cincinnati's renowned colleges — Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning, Lindner College of Business, College of Engineering and Applied Sciences and College of Medicine — recently joined forces at the 1819 Innovation Hub for an ideation session that exemplifies the institution's commitment to interdisciplinary collaboration.


CCM Dance presents 'An American in Paris + Other Works' on Nov. 30-Dec. 2

November 28, 2023

CCM Dance proudly presents An American in Paris + Other Works, a lively program featuring repertoire ranging from classical ballet to modern dance. The centerpiece of the program is An American in Paris, a one-act ballet set to George Gershwin’s iconic music, choreographed by guest artist Peter Davison.


What can I do with an IT degree?

Career Paths

Information Technology (IT) is a vital piece of today’s world and IT professionals are in high demand. One of the biggest advantages to earning a degree in information technology is the wide-range of opportunities and paths available to you. Nearly every industry requires IT-related talent. Here are five career paths that IT students can pursue.


Feast of Carols features holiday hits, local choirs in concert Dec. 2-3

November 27, 2023

UC College-Conservatory of Music welcomes the holiday season on Dec. 2-3, 2023 with Feast of Carols, an annual concert featuring festive choral favorites performed by the CCM Chamber Choir, Chorale and Graduate Brass Quintet; UC Choruses, Cincinnati Youth Choir and outstanding guest choirs from local high schools.


UC’s Center for Entrepreneurship tailors big solutions for small businesses

November 21, 2023

At the epicenter of the UC Entrepreneurial Ecosystem hub is the Small Business Institute (SBI) program, nestled within UC’s Carl H. Lindner College of Business (LCoB). As a founding member of the SBI and the Small Business Institute Directors’ Association, UC helps bridge the gap between aspiring entrepreneurs and businesses eager to boost their success.

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USA Today: Have you caught a cold? Here's how long you will be contagious.

November 13, 2023

With the arrival of fall and colder temperatures, we are seeing the arrival of the cold and flu season. Cincinnati.com posted a story focusing on colds and how long people with colds are contagious. They interviewed Katherine Schmidt, MD, of the UC College of Medicine Department of Internal Medicine.


Business Courier: UC continues to foster innovation

November 9, 2023

The University of Cincinnati is building upon its long history of innovation with a growing number of invention disclosures and patents along with plans to scale up its research efforts, the Cincinnati Business Courier reported.


Healio: Q&A: New imaging method enables quick lung infection identification

November 6, 2023

Nalinikanth Kotagiri, an associate professor of pharmaceutical sciences at the UC James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy, has been awarded a five-year $3 million, R01 grant from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) to develop and study the effectiveness of different kinds of injectable probes (metallic contrast agents) that would collect at the site of the infection and immediately light up under a nuclear imaging machine, known as a PET scan.


WVXU: Is it time to stop 'falling back?' Sleep experts say yes

November 6, 2023

The semi-annual changing of clocks by an hour in the spring in fall has detrimental health impacts and some experts say it's time for that practice to be put to bed. Ann Romaker, MD, of the Division of Pulmonary, Critical Care and Sleep Medicine at the UC College of Medicine, spoke to WVXU on the topic.