President Davenport's Statement on Outcome of the Tensing Trial Today
"On behalf of the University of Cincinnati, I extend our thoughts and prayers to everyone affected by the tragic loss of Samuel DuBose. We cannot and will not let the outcome of this trial divide us. We remain steadfast in our commitment to building a just community anchored in trust, care, integrity and equity. Our campus and our community will come together to listen, to heal and to partner for positive and lasting change. More than ever, our communities need us and we need each other to be beacons of a better and brighter future."
Local 12 News: How Supreme Court abortion ruling will impact...
June 25, 2022
Jenn Dye, PhD, director of the Theodore M. Berry Director of the Nathaniel R. Jones Center for Race, Gender, and Social Justice, spoke with Local 12 News about what a partisan divide that will emerge in the wake of the US Supreme Court reversing Roe V Wade. More conservative states are likely to ban abortion or make it extremely hard to obtain.
Cincinnati Edition: The Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade,...
June 24, 2022
Cincinnati Edition hosted a panel discussion about the U..S. Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v Wade and leaving the decision to permit or ban abortion to individual states. UC Law Dean Verna Williams was among the panelists.
Ancient Maya used sustainable farming, forestry for millennia
June 24, 2022
University of Cincinnati researchers found evidence of sustainable agriculture and forestry spanning a millennia in one ancient Mayan city.