University of Cincinnati Celebrates #GivingTuesday Dec. 3
Dec. 3 is #GivingTuesday, and the University of Cincinnati is celebrating the many ways it makes a positive impact on the world. Choose the difference you want to make by empowering our next leaders, exploring our next frontier or embracing our next purpose.
Make a gift and receive this year’s limited-edition Bearcat ornament (while supplies last).
You can also sign up to be a social media ambassador and spread the word about this year’s campaign.
What is Giving Tuesday?
#GivingTuesday is a global day of giving fueled by social media and collaboration, celebrated the Tuesday after Thanksgiving. This year’s event is Dec. 3.
What is a #GivingTuesday ambassador?
Ambassadors are passionate individuals who will advocate for important programs and help us spread the word about the overall cause. We provide ambassadors with a toolkit, including social media and email templates, to share with friends. The top online ambassadors are eligible to win prizes.
Donate to any University of Cincinnati fund on #GivingTuesday and receive this year’s limited-edition Bearcat ornament (while supplies last). Give now.
How UC pharmacy gives back, makes urban impact
September 20, 2021
Bethanne Brown, associate professor of pharmacy practice and residency director in UC’s James L. Winkle College of Pharmacy, sees pharmacy outreach as a privilege, and is instrumental in making a difference for the underprivileged populations in the Tristate. Her impact as director of UC's pharmacy residency program, in collaboration with the St. Vincent de Paul Charitable Pharmacy, helps provide free care and prescribed medications to underserved communities in the region.
UC engine design could muffle roar of fighter jets
September 17, 2021
University of Cincinnati aerospace engineers have designed a new nozzle that reduces the noise from jet engines. The U.S. Navy will test the design this fall.
Putting patient health into their own hands
September 16, 2021
UC researchers are leading a pilot study examining how art therapy delivered through an app and pet robots can affect the mood of patients with hearing loss. The collaborative study seeks to allow patients to take their health into their own hands and increase accessibility of interventions.