UC Wins $1.37 Million Research Scholar Funding From State

The only two Ohio Eminent Scholar Awards to be designated for 2007 are going to the University of Cincinnati to focus on technology commercialization in concert with Ohio’s Third Frontier project.

UC's McMicken College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Engineering will receive $1.37 million in state funds, to be matched by funds from the university itself, to conduct research directly focused on technology commercialization in concert with Ohio’s Third Frontier Project in the fields of NanoBioDevices and Advanced Propulsion and Power Systems.

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Last summer, Molly McKee spent her days fulfilling her goal to work in community service. She combined her drive towards bettering the community with her co-op requirement in UC’s College of Arts and Sciences through a co-op position with the Society of St. Vincent de Paul. A fourth-year student, McKee is double majoring in political science and International affairs, with a minor in Spanish. Having discovered the service learning co-op option through UC’s honors program, McKee landed a position as an outreach center programs associate position at St. Vincent de Paul. For her, the experience was transformational.

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