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UC Niehoff Center for Film and Media Studies flourishes first...

December 8, 2021

While the COVID-19 pandemic put many things on hold, it didn’t stop the needs or the creativity of University of Cincinnati students and the local film community. Thanks to a $2.8 million gift in 2020 from Peter A&S ’09, MA ’14, PhD, ’20 and Betsy, A&S ’11 Niehoff, progress at the Niehoff Center for Film and Media Studies has continued. Faculty and students have been able to move forward with community partnerships, research projects, equipment needs and internships, thanks to this support.

Rethinking Your Employee Benefits Strategy Can Help You Fight...

December 7, 2021

What’s a Sansdemic you ask? It means without people, or, in this case, without enough people. We were heading this direction prior to the pandemic. However, the shutdown created a situation where many baby boomers realized how much they loved working from home. Others realized they could afford to retire early, largely due to the additional savings achieved by having a two-income household compared to prior generations where one spouse often stayed at home. Additionally, at a time when there are record numbers of open job positions, government subsidies have caused many people to delay engaging in long-term careers.

Craft beer career brews for UC alum

December 6, 2021

For the city of Cincinnati, breweries are big business, with dozens of craft locations spread across the area. For College of Arts and Sciences alum Matt Cremeans, the abundant brewery scene provided opportunity for a new career. Cremeans, who graduated in 2014 with his degree in communication with a certificate in public relations, began working at Rebel Mettle Brewery in January. After visiting the brewery, Cremeans began speaking with the owner, Michael Brown, and eventually joined the team. Brown, an Air Force veteran, had opened the location in September of 2020, establishing it as one of only three local breweries to be veteran owned. Cremeans said that his time at UC helped to prepare him for the world of sales and interpersonal relationship building. During one course at UC, Cremeans had the opportunity to create a marketing plan for a selected company. Through this exercise, he says, he found a better understanding of how to craft the company’s image to benefit the marketing system. This aided him as he moved from UC into the full-time workforce.

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