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Spectrum News 1: Bank collapse may lead to tighter lending standards

March 29, 2023

Silicon Valley Bank (SVB), which was taken over by regulators from the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) earlier this month amid a massive bank run, was acquired by First Citizens Bank on Monday. And now, consumers could face a harder time acquiring loans, as banks tighten lending standards.


Aerospace engineer shares how co-op helped her discover her path

March 28, 2023

The “College Matters. Alma Matters.” Podcast interviewed University of Cincinnati aerospace engineering Ph.D. candidate Lynn Pickering earlier this month. In the episode she discusses her undergraduate experience at UC, the importance of co-op and her research of fuzzy logic.


UC Makerspace's 'hands-on' approach for occupational therapy students

March 28, 2023

Innovation in action occurs regularly inside the University of Cincinnati's Ground Floor Makerspace. Designing or adapting devices for individuals with unique needs is an essential skill for students to develop as they pursue their master’s degrees in occupational therapy through the UC College of Allied Health Sciences.


Using bacteria to target cancer treatment

March 28, 2023

Researchers led by the University of Cincinnati's Nalinikanth Kotagiri, PhD, have published new research showing proof of concept for using engineered bacteria as an adapter to deliver targeted radionuclide treatment to tumors.


TAP's 10-Year anniversary: looking back

March 27, 2023

The Transition and Access Program (TAP), housed within Advancement and Transition Services (ATS), has been a part of the University of Cincinnati for over a decade. Founded in 2012, the program has become an integral part of the College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services (CECH).


CCM alumna Dylan Mulvaney returns to stage in Rainbow Room debut

March 27, 2023

University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music Alumna Dylan Mulvaney (BFA Musical Theater, 2019) triumphantly returned to the stage on Monday, March 13 in her Rainbow Room debut. Starring in her original, one-night-only show Dylan Mulvaney’s Day 365 Live!, Mulvaney presented an 80-minure cabaret-style variety show celebration that has been lauded by industry giants such as PLAYBILL and Variety.


Failure motivates Lindner’s future business problem solvers

March 27, 2023

Elliott Manzon, PhD, is a fan of failure, so to speak, using his extensive collection of failed products to teach students new product development and challenge their existing perceptions. Undergraduate and graduate students taking MKTG 4021 or MKTG 7020 (New Product Development) are exposed to Manzon’s unique perspective as they experience the entire new product journey from brainstorming through prototyping.


Take control of test anxiety

March 27, 2023

The College of Allied Health Sciences offers tips on things you can do before, during and after tests to help manage anxiety.


'Fellow Travelers' makes CCM debut March 30-April 2

March 24, 2023

The University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) Opera series continues with Fellow Travelers, March 30 through April 2 in Patricia Corbett Theater. Tickets are available now through the CCM Box Office!


Cincinnati Opera and CCM announce details of next Opera Fusion: New Works workshops

March 24, 2023

Cincinnati Opera and the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) are pleased to announce the next events in their joint program, Opera Fusion: New Works. The two new operas—Robeson by Scott Davenport Richards and David Cote and The Righteous by Gregory Spears and Tracy K. Smith—will receive workshops this April and May, and the public is invited to attend a sneak peek.


Cincinnati Edition: U.S. joins a growing number of governments moving toward banning TikTok

March 24, 2023

TikTok has 1.5 million users in the United States, and is currently under review by the U.S. congress. The Chinese company has been accused of aggregating data for nefarious purposes, as it is ultimately controlled by the Chinese Communist Party. Cyber security expert Richard Harknett was a guest speaker on "Cincinnati Edition" to discuss measures that might be, or should be, taken to protect Americans privacy and national security


CCM alums lead new Off-Broadway musical 'Walking with Bubbles'

March 24, 2023

Walking with Bubbles, a one-woman musical opening March 31 at the AMT Theater in New York, is the culmination of years of work by talented artists. There’s something special about this production, though: it’s written, directed, designed by and starring UC College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) alumni and faculty!


What is Mathematical Sciences?

March 24, 2023

Misconceptions can arise when it comes to pursuing a mathematics degree. It is commonly assumed that undergraduates studying mathematics are on the path to becoming math teachers or professors, but this is not always the case. The mathematics department at the University of Cincinnati's College of Arts and Sciences, for instance, equips students with the skills and knowledge needed for a diverse array of careers, such as biomathematical researcher and cryptographer.