Student educator to serve on national COVID committee
Claire Keum selected to participate in American College Health Association initiative
Student Wellness Center (SWC) peer educator and third-year medical sciences major Claire Keum has been selected to particiate in the American College Health Association's Campus COVID-19 Vaccine Initiative.
The project addresses COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy, visibility and misinformation in college communities. "I'm excited to be part of this committee, because I'm passionate about health equity," said Keum, who will serve on the Student Engagement Committee. The committee focuses on idea sharing, content review and feedback on student engagement tools. She will also mentor other college students in the implementation of engagement strategies at their home campus.
"Claire has been a leader in the SWC all year working to educate students on COVID-19 and, more recently, vaccines," said assistant director Lori Bishop-Ley. "Now she will be able to have an influence on a larger scale and positively impact college students across the nation and beyond."
UC student wins national physics fellowship
May 14, 2021
A University of Cincinnati physics student was selected for a prestigious U.S. Department of Energy fellowship. She will study dark matter at Fermilab.
UC cardiologist finds proteins in diabetic patients may indicate...
May 13, 2021
Donald Lynch Jr., MD, assistant professor at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, will be presenting preliminary research at the American College of Cardiology on Saturday, May 15, that suggests plasma proteins discovered in the blood samples of diabetic patients who went on to develop obstructive coronary disease (OCAD) may serve as biomarkers of severe heart blockage.
College recognizes inclusive excellence in engineering
May 12, 2021
The University of Cincinnati (UC) College of Engineering and Applied Science celebrates champions of equity and inclusion at the annual celebration hosted by its Office of Inclusive Excellence and Community Engagement.