Tue, August 21, 2018
As climate change jeopardizes remote Pacific islands, UC advisor becomes advocate for change.
Tue, August 21, 2018
As climate change jeopardizes remote Pacific islands, UC advisor becomes advocate for change.
Event: Thu, August 2, 2018 9:52 AM
Local favorite and two-time recipient of the Best Singer Award by Cincinnati Magazine, Kathy Wade, closes out the ARTrageous Saturdays season at Raymond Walters College on Saturday, April 3, 2004.
Mon, May 21, 2018
UC's Jon Weller, director of international admissions, is prominently profiled in this feature story spotlighting international recruitment efforts by American universities and colleges following the election of President Donald Trump.
Thu, April 19, 2018
UC's Earth Day events highlight successful campus sustainability efforts that helped the university earn international AASHE 'gold' certification.
Wed, April 4, 2018
Latest issue features stories about UC s cancer research, a DAAP grad s Mom-inspired clothing line and alumni who started the Grammy-winning alt-rock band The National.
Mon, April 2, 2018
Faculty and staff are invited to provide input on the development of a Faculty Enrichment Center, one goal in the university's Strategic Direction. The last forum takes place from 1-2 p.m., Thursday, April 26.
Thu, February 8, 2018
The University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College s 50-year anniversary coincides with the largest gift in its history. The estate of retired professor Judith (Judy) Baughin will provide nearly $400,000 to two scholarships she established with her late husband, William (Bill) Baughin, who was also a UC Blue Ash professor.
Wed, January 31, 2018
February events on campus include 'Free Speech: 10 Case Studies that Changed Campus Communities,' a civil rights and social justice panel discussion and more.
Wed, December 20, 2017
UC faculty are teaching online courses to assist students affected by Hurricane Maria.
Wed, December 13, 2017
Nelson will lead UC s 13 academic colleges,consortium of state-of-the-art libraries, the Graduate School, and provide strategic direction for faculty and student success programs.
Wed, November 15, 2017
From stargazing at the observatory to earning continuing education credits, all ages can learn new skills through UC Communiversity adult education courses. UC faculty and staff can take a class for half price.
Wed, November 8, 2017
Limited time offers from the UC Bookstores add to the many employee discounts regularly available. Additional Info http://www.uc.edu/hr/benefits/employee-discounts.html Invalid use of Null 25759 http://www.uc.edu/news/NR.aspx?id=25759 How do you Stop the Next Mass Extinction? Look to the Past 1510239600 2017 11 Colleges McMicken College of Arts and Sciences Departments A&S-Geology Themes Research Author mille7m9 Michael Miller (513) 556-6757 firstname.lastname@example.org Contact 1 Michael Miller email@example.com (513) 556-6757 Contact 2 Knowing what triggered previous disasters can help scientists prevent the next one, UC geologist Thomas Algeo says. Additional Info http://magazine.uc.edu/editors_picks/recent_features/Extinctions.html Invalid use of Null 25758 http://www.uc.edu/news/NR.aspx?id=25758 UC Community, Military Gathers to Observe Veterans Day 1510236000 2017 11 Colleges Departments Student Affairs & Svcs Themes Author koestemw Matt Koesters (513) 556-5279 firstname.lastname@example.org Contact 1 Matt Koesters email@example.com (513) 556-5279 Contact 2 View photos and video from UC's Nov. 9 salute the men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces. Additional Info http://magazine.uc.edu/editors_picks/recent_features/veterans_ceremony17.html Invalid use of Null 25757 http://www.uc.edu/news/NR.aspx?id=25757 UC College of Arts & Sciences Women Among 2017 YWCA Rising Star Award Winners 1510300800 2017 11 Colleges McMicken College of Arts and Sciences Departments A&S-Chemistry A&S-Sociology Themes Proudly Cincinnati Author campb3ji Julie Campbell (513) 509-1114 firstname.lastname@example.org Contact 1 Julie Campbell email@example.com (513) 509-1114 Contact 2 Littisha Bates, an associate professor of sociology, and PhD candidate DeVonna Gatlin are among 56 recipients honored by the YWCA with Rising Star awards. Additional Info http://www.artsci.uc.edu/news/YWCA-awards.html Invalid use of Null 25755 http://www.uc.edu/news/NR.aspx?id=25755 DAAP Completes $2 Million Renovation to Create Hub for State-of-the-Art Maker Spaces 1510099200 2017 11 Colleges College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning Departments Design, Art, Architecture & Planning (DAAP) Themes Author lewis2bd Brandi Lewis (513) 556-1143 firstname.lastname@example.org Contact 1 Brandi Lewis email@example.com (513) 556-1143 Contact 2 A new DAAP contemporary design space bridges state-of-the-art technology with traditional principles. Additional Info http://daap.uc.edu/about/facilities/buildlab/renovation-announcement.html Invalid use of Null 25751 http://www.uc.edu/news/NR.aspx?id=25751 The New York Times: A Grecian Artifact Evokes Tales From the Iliad and Odyssey 1510099200 2017 11 Colleges Departments Themes Author kernjc Jac Kern (513) 556-1823 firstname.lastname@example.org Contact 1 Jac Kern email@example.com (513) 556-1823 Contact 2 A University of Cincinnati team s stunning discovery of a rare Minoan sealstone in the treasure-laden tomb of a Bronze Age Greek warrior promises to rewrite the history of ancient Greek art. The New York Times talks to UC archaeologists Jack L. Davis and Sharon R. Stocker. Additional Info http://www.nytimes.com/2017/11/06/science/greece-griffin-warrior-archaeology-homer.html Invalid use of Null 25750 http://www.uc.edu/news/NR.aspx?id=25750 Ohio Innocence Project Receives Grants to Fund, Expand Forensic Research Project 1510160400 2017 11 Colleges College of Law Departments Themes Author englissy Sherry English 513-556-0060 firstname.lastname@example.org Contact 1 Sherry English email@example.com (513) 556-0060 Contact 2 The Ohio Innocence Project at UC's College of Law will expand its efforts to review forensic records cases in its ongoing fight for the wrongfully convicted, thanks to grants received from the Department of Justice and the Estabrook Charitable Trust. The University of Cincinnati College of Law s Ohio Innocence Project (OIP) has received two grants that will enhance its important work in the state. Together, the grants total $265,051.The Department of Justice awarded the OIP $205, 051 for its proposed Forensic Review Project, which will examine 300-400 cases of retired Ohio forensic scientist Michelle Yezzo to determine whether she manufactured bogus or exaggerated test results to obtain convictions. If OIP identifies problematic cases, it will litigate them jointly with the Ohio Public Defenders office in hopes of freeing additional wrongfully-convicted persons. The grant enables OIP to hire a forensic science review attorney to analyze decades of case work; all work will be supervised by Assistant Clinical Professor Donald Caster, and OIP Director Mark Godsey. Awarding such a significant grant for reviewing convictions is not standard practice for the Department of Justice. According to Godsey, DOJ funded only two additional grants of this nature this year, making OIP s selection even more noteworthy. We are honored that the Department of Justice demonstrated this level of faith in our organization. It is a testament to the hard work of so many students, staff, lawyers, donors--everyone who has made OIP what it is today, said Godsey. Studies of the incarceration of innocent individuals estimate that between 2.3% and 5% of all prisoners in the United States are innocent. Amazingly, if just 1% of all prisoners are innocent, then over 20,000 innocent people are in prison. OIP is one of the most well-known, recognized and successful innocence organizations in the nation. Through the efforts of OIP attorneys, staff and hundreds of clinic student fellows, 25 individuals have obtained their freedom on grounds of innocence to date. Cumulatively, they have served more than 471 years in prison. The Forensic Review Project has a disturbing background, resulting from OIP s work on the James Parsons case. Parsons, an exoneree, spent 22 years in prison for the murder of his wife. In the midst of the investigation, the OIP discovered that Yezzo, a lab technician with Ohio s Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI), had produced very questionable, if not false, lab results which led to Parsons s wrongful conviction. The OIP will be working in conjunction with the OPD and the BCI to review these cases. It is wonderful that Ohio s BCI, where Yezzo worked, has been open in sharing her case files with us. Attorney General Mike DeWine should be credited, too, said Godsey. After something like this happens, the last thing you want is government officials trying to hide things and prevent further examination. The citizens of Ohio should appreciate the reactions of BCI and the Attorney General s office in this matter. OIP Continues to Expand Efforts with Estabrook Charitable Trust PledgeIn addition to the DOJ grant, the OIP recognizes and thanks the Hubert A. & Gladys C. Estabrook Trust, long-time supporters of the OIP. Since 2001, the Hubert A. & Gladys C. Estabrook Trust has given or pledged $265,000 to the organization. This includes their most recent pledge of $60,000. I want to thank the Estabrook Charitable Trust through Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLC for their tremendous generosity over the years, said Godsey. It is because of the continued support of donors like you that the OIP can continue to expand its efforts to help the wrongfully convicted. These funds have been underwritten in part by Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLC by means of a grant from the Estabrook Charitable Trust. Additional Info 25749 http://www.uc.edu/news/NR.aspx?id=25749 Nov. 16 Chef s Table at Mick and Mack s Café: Korean BBQ 1510151400 2017 11 Colleges Departments Campus Services Themes Author rogersvm Victoria Rogers 513-556-1336 firstname.lastname@example.org Contact 1 Victoria Rogers email@example.com (513) 556-1336 Contact 2 Missy Farmer firstname.lastname@example.org (513) 556-3135 Make your reservations now to enjoy grilled foods with exotic flavors. Chef Erica Raines presents Chef s Table: Korean BBQThursday, November 16, 2017 with the first course served at 5:30 p.m. Mick & Mack s Contemporary Café, Tangeman University Center, Level 3Starters:Samgyeopsal-Gui, a choice of Grilled Pork Belly or Squid with a Green Onion Salad and Doenjang-Gochujang Dipping SaucePaired with Pacific Rim Dry Riesling, WashingtonEntrées:Kalbi (BBQ Beef Ribs) or Korean Fried Chicken served with Korean-style White Rice and Oi Muchim (Spicy Cucumber Salad)Paired with Villa Maria Pinot Noir, New ZealandDesserts:Squash Rice Cakes or Patbingsu (Sweet Red Beans and Shaved Ice)Paired with Riondo Prosecco RSVP: To make a reservation, please call 513-556-3135 or email email@example.com. Three-course meal and three distinct wines: $20 per person. Other beverage selections available. Must be 21 or older and present valid ID to buy and consume alcohol. Save the Dates:Thursday, December 7, Wine & Spirits Tasting: Seasonal Sensations, with the first spirit served at 5:30 p.m.Thursday, December 21, Chef s Table Dinner: Classic Cocktails, with the first course served at 5:30 p.m.Craft Beer Tastings will resume in January. Mick & Mack s has a new webpage! View the full Think Thursdays! schedule at uc.edu/mick-and-macks.And think about reserving Mick & Mack s for your next event! Mick & Mack s Contemporary Café Tangeman University Center, Level 3 uc.edu/mick-and-macks Additional Info 25748 http://www.uc.edu/news/NR.aspx?id=25748 Brett Kissela, MD, Named To Clinical Research Leadership Positions 1510156800 2017 11 Kissela clinical research, clinical trials, leadership Colleges Departments Themes Author puffra Richard Puff 558-4553 firstname.lastname@example.org Contact 1 Contact 2 Brett Kissela, MD, has been named senior associate dean for clinical research at the UC College of Medicine and chief of research services for UC Health. CINCINNATI—Brett Kissela, MD, has been named senior associate dean for clinical research at the University of Cincinnati (UC) College of Medicine and chief of research services for UC Health. The appointment is effective Nov. 15.In these roles, Kissela will oversee and coordinate clinical research management activities at the College of Medicine, UC Health and UC Physicians, the 850-member faculty group practice of the college. At UC Health, Kissela will oversee the Office of Clinical Research, investigational pharmacy, research billing and the clinical laboratory for healthcare delivery. He will serve as the liaison with the college's Center for Clinical & Translational Science & Training (CCTST) while working with leadership to bridge the academic clinical research environment and clinical research implementation at UC Health facilities. "Dr. Kissela is an especially effective leader and researcher and has significantly contributed to the improvement of operations and partnership for both the College of Medicine and UC Health," says William Ball, MD, UC senior vice president for health affairs and dean of the College of Medicine. "We believe that he will continue to strengthen the collaboration between our organizations and, with his colleagues, will support and facilitate continued world-class clinical research."The academic health system receives nearly $11 million in funding for hundreds of clinical trials involving patients at UC Health."This new leadership in research aligns directly with the core four strategies of UC Health and directly contributes to UC Health's responsibility and privilege as the region's academic health system," says Richard Lofgren, MD, president and chief executive officer of UC Health.Kissela currently serves as the Albert Barnes Voorheis Chair of Neurology and Rehabilitation Medicine at the College of Medicine, a position he will retain with his new roles. He joined the College of Medicine in 2000 and became chair of the Department of Neurology and Rehabilitation Medicine in January 2014. Since 2015, he also has served as medical director for the UC Health Office of Clinical Research.A specialist in stroke care and research, Kissela received his medical degree from Washington University in St. Louis and later earned a master's degree in epidemiology from UC. Following an internship at the Medical College of Wisconsin and a neurology residency at the University of Michigan, he completed a one-year fellowship at UC in cerebrovascular disease. Additional Info 25747 http://www.uc.edu/news/NR.aspx?id=25747 CCM's Percussion Group Cincinnati Inducted into Percussive Arts Society Hall of Fame 1510099200 2017 11 Percussion Group Cincinnati, Hall of Fame, Percussive Arts Society, Allen Otte, James Culley, Russell Burge, drumming, percussion, UC, CCM, Ringo Starr Colleges College-Conservatory of Music Departments CCM-College-Conservatory of Music Themes Author buttsrl Becky Butts (513) 556-2675 email@example.com Contact 1 Becky Butts firstname.lastname@example.org (513) 556-2675 Contact 2 Curt Whitacre email@example.com (513) 556-2683 The ensemble-in-residence at CCM will be honored in the Hall of Fame induction ceremony on Nov. 9, 2017 at the Indiana Convention Center. The University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) is proud to recognize ensemble-in-residence Percussion Group Cincinnati for its induction into the Percussive Arts Society Hall of Fame. The ensemble, founded in 1979, consists of CCM faculty members Allen Otte (Emeritus, 2017), James Culley and Russell Burge.Each year, the Percussive Arts Society chooses two to four individuals or groups to recognize as inductees into its hall of fame. This year, Percussion Group Cincinnati was selected alongside Andy Narell, Bobby Hutcherson and Zeferino Nandayapa. The Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony will be held Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017 at the Indiana Convention Center.Percussion Group Cincinnati is especially well known for its relationship with and performances of music by John Cage, who had a residency at CCM in 1967. The group also emphasizes the promotion of new music by fostering relationships with living composers, such as John Luther Adams and Qu Xiao-Song. Their daily rehearsal schedule over the decades has been supplemented with teaching and coaching student musicians, many of whom have gone on to professional careers in creative music, in teaching and with major symphony orchestras. Percussion Group Cincinnati has appeared in performances in major cities, festivals, concert halls and schools of America, Europe and Asia. Recent performances include the Shanghai International Spring Music Festival, a tour of Japan, and the premiere of a new concerto in Singapore with the Singapore Chinese Instrument Orchestra.In addition to performing around the world, Percussion Group Cincinnati has made many recordings on several record labels, including Mode Records and their own label, ars moderno. The group participated in Mode Records project to release all of Cage s music by creating Works for Percussion 1, an album that features two versions of Credo in US and several of Cage s Imaginary Landscapes.Previous inductees into the PAS Hall of Fame include Ringo Starr, modern composer and percussionist Steve Reich, 20th century jazz drummer Warren Baby Dodds, a few timpanists of the greatest orchestras and many contributors to the industry of percussion equipment, including Vic Firth and several members of the Zildjian family.The Percussive Arts Society Hall of Fame was established in 1972 and recognizes the contributions of the most highly regarded professional leaders in percussion performance, education, research, scholarship, administration, composition and the industry. Inductees demonstrate the highest ideals and professional integrity to their profession to bring about significant events, substantive improvements in the world of percussion and the betterment of the profession through exemplary services or acts.The Percussive Arts Society, established in 1961, has approximately 5,000 members in over 68 chapters around the world. Its mission is to inspire, educate and support percussionists and drummers around the world. Learn more at www.pas.org. Additional Info 25743 http://www.uc.edu/news/NR.aspx?id=25743 'We d Like to Give You Our Architectural Firm' and Other Highlights from Don Jacobs' Career 1510012800 2017 11 Colleges College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning Departments Design, Art, Architecture & Planning (DAAP) Themes Author lewis2bd Brandi Lewis (513) 556-1143 firstname.lastname@example.org Contact 1 Brandi Lewis email@example.com (513) 556-1143 Contact 2 DAAP alum Don Jacobs' career has taken him far from Cincinnati, but the values and determination he gained here has stayed with him throughout several moves and successes in his professional life. Additional Info http://daap.uc.edu/stories/Jacobs.html Invalid use of Null 25742 http://www.uc.edu/news/NR.aspx?id=25742 UC to Celebrate National GIS Day Nov. 15 1509926400 2017 11 Colleges McMicken College of Arts and Sciences Departments A&S-Geography Themes Author norrisms Melissa Norris 556-1558 NORRISMS@ucmail.uc.edu Contact 1 Melissa Norris NORRISMS@ucmail.uc.edu (513) 556-1558 Contact 2 The free event will feature talks by two geographic information systems experts discussing 'Discovering the World through GIS.' On Wednesday, Nov. 15, the University of Cincinnati McMicken College of Arts and Sciences' Department of Geography & GIS and the University of Cincinnati Libraries are pleased to host UC s 2017 National GIS (Geographic Information Systems) Day Celebration. Held in the Nippert Stadium West Pavilion North Lounge, the program details are:11 a.m.-noon: GIS in Local Governments A Decision Making Framework by Raj Chundur (Cincinnati Area GIS Administrator)Noon-1 p.m.: Lunch1-2 p.m.: Crowd-sourcing the Smart City: Big Geosocial Media Data, Ethics and Urban Governance by Dr. Zook (University of Kentucky)The event is free and open to all.Questions? E-mail Amy Koshoffer, science informationist, at ASKDATA@UC.EDU for more information. Additional Info 25741 http://www.uc.edu/news/NR.aspx?id=25741 Learn More About UCHR s Fall Professional Development Workshops 1509926400 2017 11 Colleges Departments Themes Author willime Michael Williams 513-558-1402 firstname.lastname@example.org Contact 1 Michael Williams email@example.com (513) 558-1402 Contact 2 Fall is in full swing, bringing with it a time of thanks, family gatherings and a wide selection of professional development workshops from the UCHR Learning & Leadership Development Center. Fall is in full swing in the month of November; bringing with it a time of thanks, family gatherings, and a wide selection of professional development workshops to discover from the UCHR Learning & Leadership Development Center!The UCHR Learning & Leadership Development Center s (LLDC) offers both individual contributor and manager level classes for the UC community. These professional development classes include such topics as communication, conflict management, building and sustaining trust, change management, and more. Complete information can be found on the new UCHR registration system HR EDGE, accessible via the UCHR LLDC website (www.uc.edu/hr/lldc). A User job aid is available which details how to navigate the new HR EDGE system, as well as a manager job aid which details how to approve class registration for their respective staff. November Workshop Offerings:Communicating with Impact:Wednesday, November 15Materials Fee: $50Addressing Poor Performance:Thursday, November 30Materials Fee: $55Prerequisite: Coaching for Peak PerformanceManager/Supervisor OnlyCommunicating for Leadership Success:Thursday, November 30Materials Fee: $55Manager/Supervisor OnlyShift Happens: A Lesson in Paradigms:Friday, December 1Materials Fee: $0 Additional Info 25740 http://www.uc.edu/news/NR.aspx?id=25740 More Than Just a Game: The Complicated History of Sports and Politics in America 1509667200 2017 11 Colleges McMicken College of Arts and Sciences Departments A&S-Political Science Themes 2019 - Learning Exploration General Education Author richaro Rachel Richardson 513-556-5219 firstname.lastname@example.org Contact 1 Rachel Richardson email@example.com (513) 556-5219 Contact 2 University of Cincinnati political scientist David Niven explains the long and often tumultuous history of sports and politics in America, activist-athletes who protest both on the field and off and how professional sports have become linked with patriotism and the military. Additional Info http://magazine.uc.edu/editors_picks/recent_features/sportspolitics.html Invalid use of Null 25739 http://www.uc.edu/news/NR.aspx?id=25739 New Book by UC Political Scientist Details How Abortion Launched the Religious Right s Fight for Rights 1509667200 2017 11 Colleges McMicken College of Arts and Sciences Departments A&S-Political Science Themes 2019 - Learning Research Author richaro Rachel Richardson 513-556-5219 firstname.lastname@example.org Contact 1 Rachel Richardson email@example.com (513) 556-5219 Contact 2 A new book by UC political researcher Andrew Lewis details how conservative Christians driven by anti-abortion politics co-opted the rights-based language of political liberalism to win political and legal battles and build grassroots support. Additional Info http://magazine.uc.edu/editors_picks/recent_features/andrewlewis.html Invalid use of Null 25738 http://www.uc.edu/news/NR.aspx?id=25738 Rare Discovery by UC Archaeologists Promises to Rewrite Ancient Greek Art History 1509926400 2017 11 Colleges Departments Themes Real-World Research Author richaro Rachel Richardson 513-556-5219 firstname.lastname@example.org Contact 1 Rachel Richardson email@example.com (513) 556-5219 Contact 2 A UC team s stunning discovery of an exquisitely detailed sealstone in the treasure-laden tomb of a Bronze Age Greek warrior promises to rewrite the history of ancient Greek art. Additional Info http://magazine.uc.edu/editors_picks/recent_features/unearthingamasterpiece.html Invalid use of Null 25737 http://www.uc.edu/news/NR.aspx?id=25737 Learn All Things WordPress at Nov. 11-12 WordCamp Event 1509667200 2017 11 Colleges Departments Themes Author richaro Rachel Richardson 513-556-5219 firstname.lastname@example.org Contact 1 Rachel Richardson email@example.com (513) 556-5219 Contact 2 Learn more about writing blogs, building work portfolios, coding or designing websites and more in WordPress at the WordCamp Cincinnati event set for Nov. 11-12 in TUC. The event, sponsored by UC's McMicken College of Arts and Sciences, offers more than 30 workshops on the popular content management system. Tickets are $40 for both days and include lunch and a T-shirt. Additional Info http://www.artsci.uc.edu/departments/communication/ucommunicate.html Invalid use of Null 25736 http://www.uc.edu/news/NR.aspx?id=25736 CCM's Ariel Quartet Welcomes Weilerstein Duo in Nov. 14 Concert 1509580800 2017 11 Ariel Quartet, chamber music, concert, performance, event, Weilerstein Duo, College-Conservatory of Music, University of Cincinnati, CCM, UC, conservatory, Cincinnati Colleges College-Conservatory of Music Departments CCM-College-Conservatory of Music Themes Author buttsrl Becky Butts (513) 556-2675 firstname.lastname@example.org Contact 1 Becky Butts email@example.com (513) 556-2675 Contact 2 Curt Whitacre firstname.lastname@example.org (513) 556-2683 Guest artists Donald Weilerstein, viola, and Vivian Hornik Weilerstein, piano, join the quartet for an evening of music featuring works by Janácek, Mozart and Shostakovich. The Ariel Quartet continues its 2017-18 concert series at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 14 in the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music's Robert J. Werner Recital Hall. Guest artists Donald Weilerstein, viola, and Vivian Hornik Weilerstein, piano, join the quartet for an evening of music featuring works by Janácek, Mozart and Shostakovich.Donald Weilerstein was a founding member and the first violinist of the renowned Cleveland Quartet, with whom he toured the world, earned seven Grammy nominations and won Best of the Year awards from Time and Stereo Review. He performs regularly across the country with Vivian in the Weilerstein Duo.Critics have praised the Weilerstein Duo s performances and recordings. Fanfare declared the duo s recordings of music by Ernest Bloch a must on the journal s annual Want List and the American Record Guide lauded the duo s recordings of both Bloch and Janácek.Both musicians also perform across the country as part of the highly acclaimed Weilerstein Trio, which is in residence at the New England Conservatory. The trio includes Donald, Vivian and their daughter, cellist Alisa Weilerstein. Highlights of the trio s previous performances include concerts at Lincoln Center in New York City and at prominent venues in Washington, D.C., Cleveland, St. Louis, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Boston.The Ariel Quartet is comprised of Alexandra Sasha Kazovsky, violin; Amit Even-Tov, cello; Gershon Gerchikov, violin; and Jan Grüning, viola. The group was formed in Israel in 1998 and has served as CCM s string quartet-in-residence since 2012. Complete program information for the Nov. 14 concert is below.About Donald and Vivian WeilersteinDonald Weilerstein has concertized extensively throughout the world as soloist and chamber musician. He studied at the Juilliard School with Ivan Galamian, Dorothy Delay, and members of the Juilliard String Quartet, and was honored at graduation by the National Foundation of the Arts as an outstanding graduate of the school. He was a member of the Young Concert Artists and a participant in the Marlboro Music Festival, performing on several Music from Marlboro Tours. In 1968, he won the Munich International Competition for violin and piano duo.For twenty years (1969 1989) Weilerstein was the first violinist of the renowned Cleveland Quartet, with whom he toured the world. His recordings with the quartet have earned seven Grammy nominations and won Best of the Year awards from Time and Stereo Review. Weilerstein has taught and performed at such major American and European music festivals as Caramoor, Tanglewood, Aspen, Marlboro, Mostly Mozart, Salzburg, Luzern, Verbier, Ishikawa, Keshet Eilon, Chamber Music Encounters sponsored by La Cite de la Musique, the Paris Conservatory and many more. He regularly teaches and performs at the Steans Institute in Ravinia, the Yellow Barn Music Festival and at the Perlman Music Program. He also performs as a duo recitalist with pianist Vivian Hornik Weilerstein. The Duo was enthusiastically received at Alice Tully Hall and the 92nd Street Y in New York City, and in the major American cities. Their discography includes the complete works of Ernest Bloch for violin and piano, and the Janácek, Dohnányi and Enescu Sonatas for Arabesque, as well as the complete Schumann Sonatas for Azica Records.Weilerstein is the violinist in the renowned Weilerstein Trio, which is in residence at New England Conservatory. The trio s highly acclaimed 2006 CD on the Koch label, with music of Dvorák, was featured on NPR s All Things Considered.Vivian Hornik Weilerstein is the director of the Professional Piano Trio Training Program and coordinator of Piano Chamber Music at the New England Conservatory. Weilerstein has performed as a soloist and chamber musician throughout the world and is a frequent collaborator with many of today s most eminent artists and ensembles. She has appeared as a soloist with the Kansas City Symphony and the Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale di Torino, and has toured throughout Europe and Japan. She has been featured in More magazine, and on the Jane Pauley Show in stories about professional mother/daughter teams.Weilerstein is the pianist in the highly acclaimed Weilerstein Trio. Highlights of the Trio s current and past seasons include concerts at Lincoln Center in New York City and at prominent venues in Washington, D.C., Cleveland, St. Louis, St. Paul, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Boston. They gave their London debut in spring 04 at the Royal Academy of Music.Critics and audiences have welcomed Weilerstein s performances as part of the Weilerstein Duo, with violinist Donald Weilerstein. Fanfare declared the duo s Bloch recordings a must on the journal s annual Want List, and American Record Guide lauded both the Bloch and Janácek recordings. In addition to the duo and trio recordings, Weilerstein has also recorded for the EMI Debut Series.Weilerstein has performed at the major American music festivals, including Music Academy of the West, the Marlboro, Aspen, Chamber Music West, Yellow Barn, Norfolk, Sarasota, Roundtop and La Jolla festivals and the Perlman Chamber Music Program. She has been a guest artist at Kneisal Hall, the Young Musicians Festival in Israel, the Daniel Days in Holland and the Verbier Festival in Switzerland. She also taught and performed in Shanghai, China as part of the Morningside Music Bridge and in Caracas, Venezuela as part of El Sistema.____________________REPERTOIREJANÁCEK: String Quartet No. 1 (Kreutzer Sonata)MOZART: String Quintet No. 4 in G Minor, K. 516SHOSTAKOVICH: Piano Quintet in G Minor, Op. 57PERFORMANCE TIME8 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 14LOCATIONRobert J. Werner Recital Hall, CCM Village,University of CincinnatiPURCHASING TICKETSTickets are $25 for general admission, $15 for non-UC students and FREE for UC students with valid ID.Subscription packages and single tickets are now available for the Ariel Quartet s full 2017-18 concert series. Subscriptions and single tickets can be purchased in person at the CCM Box Office or over the telephone at 513-556-4183. Visit ccm.uc.edu/boxoffice for CCM Box Office hours and location.PARKING AND DIRECTIONSParking is available in the CCM Garage (located at the base of Corry Boulevard off Jefferson Avenue) and additional garages throughout thecampus of the University of Cincinnati. Please visit uc.edu/parking for more information on parking rates.For detailed maps and directions, please visit uc.edu/visitors. Additional parking is available off-campus at the U Square complex on Calhoun Street and other neighboring lots.For directions to CCM Village, visit ccm.uc.edu/about/directions.____________________CCM Season Presenting Sponsor: The Otto M. Budig Family FoundationThe Ariel Quartet s 2017-18 CCM concert series is made possible by the generous contributions of an anonymous donor, The Estate of Mr. William A. Friedlander, Mrs. William A. Friedlander, Dr. and Mrs. Randolph L. Wadsworth, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bloom, Mr. and Mrs. J. David Rosenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Santen, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Stegman and Mr. and Mrs. Theodore W. Striker. Robert A. Flischel Additional Info 25735 http://www.uc.edu/news/NR.aspx?id=25735 Nov. 29 UCAAMP Luncheon Focuses on Wellness, Goal-Setting 1509667200 2017 11 Colleges Departments Themes Author richaro Rachel Richardson 513-556-5219 email@example.com Contact 1 Rachel Richardson firstname.lastname@example.org (513) 556-5219 Contact 2 Learn how you can improve health, reduce stress, set goals and check off items on your to-do list at UCAAMP's Nov. 29 luncheon in Room 400 of TUC. Cost is $12 for members; $15 for guests; or $10 with online voucher. Deadline to register is Nov. 17. Additional Info http://bit.ly/2fsUxPw Invalid use of Null 25734 http://www.uc.edu/news/NR.aspx?id=25734 New Upgrade to Blackboard Coming 1510012800 2017 11 Colleges Departments UCit (UC Information Technology) Themes Author mulayjs Jackie Mulay 513-556-1919 Contact 1 Emily Baute email@example.com (513) 556-4519 Contact 2 Blackboard will be unavailable from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., Friday, Dec. 15, as part of a scheduled upgrade. Blackboard is getting a new look! On Nov. 11, Blackboard will be unavailable for approximately 8 hours while maintenance is performed in preparation for the December upgrade.Blackboard will also be unavailable on Dec. 15, as it undergoes an upgrade that will cause downtime for approximately 12 hours. This upgrade will adopt the Learn 2016 theme, which brings an updated and more visual appearance. This new theme will feature minor changes to the color, fonts, and spacing.More features of the upgrade include:New, modern look and feel Improved mobile experienceImproved discussion Board FunctionalityAssignment submission receiptsDrag and drop file attachmentsAdditional accessibility improvementsIn preparation for this upgrade, Blackboard will have two blackout dates while maintenance is performed:Saturday, Nov. 11, from 1:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. Friday, Dec. 15, from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. During these times, Blackboard and the Canopy portal will be unavailable. For a list of more features of the upgrade, visit UCIT's News Page. Additional Info 25732 http://www.uc.edu/news/NR.aspx?id=25732 Cincinnati Shakespeare Company Comes to UC Clermont 1509580800 2017 11 Colleges Clermont College Departments Themes 2019 - Community Author chalifal Amanda Chalifoux (513) 556-5215 firstname.lastname@example.org Contact 1 Amanda Chalifoux email@example.com (513) 558-8199 Contact 2 This performance is free and open to the public. The public is invited to a free performance of The Merry Wives of Windsor by the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company at 7 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 15, in the Krueger Auditorium at UC Clermont College, 4200 Clermont College Drive, Batavia, Ohio. The performance is sponsored by the college s English, Languages and Fine Arts Department. Playwright William Shakespeare originally published the comedy in 1602 and various iterations including an opera format have taken shape through the centuries. Learn more about how to experience the arts at UC Clermont by visiting http://www.ucclermont.edu/community/arts.html. Additional Info 25731 http://www.uc.edu/news/NR.aspx?id=25731 UC Professor Designs Playground for Children of All Ages, Abilities 1509633000 2017 11 Colleges Departments Educ-Teacher Education, Div. of Themes Author koestemw Matt Koesters (513) 556-5279 firstname.lastname@example.org Contact 1 Matt Koesters email@example.com (513) 556-5279 Contact 2 UC professor Tina Stanton-Chapman's research results in a playground that could serve as new model for playground design. Additional Info http://magazine.uc.edu/editors_picks/recent_features/playground.html Invalid use of Null 25729 http://www.uc.edu/news/NR.aspx?id=25729 UC Philosopher Uses 'Imagination' to Help Break Political, Sustainability Barriers 1510012800 2017 11 Colleges McMicken College of Arts and Sciences Departments Themes Author titanimk Melanie Schefft 513-556-5213 firstname.lastname@example.org Contact 1 Melanie Schefft email@example.com (513) 556-5213 Contact 2 A new book by UC philosopher Adrian Parr addresses global environmental degradation head-on using unique tools to create inclusive policy change and economic justice. Additional Info http://magazine.uc.edu/editors_picks/recent_features/imagine.html Invalid use of Null 25728 http://www.uc.edu/news/NR.aspx?id=25728 UC to Honor Veterans at Nov. 9 Ceremony 1509627600 2017 11 Colleges Blue Ash College Clermont College College-Conservatory of Music College of Allied Health Sciences College of Applied Science College of Business College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services College of Engineering College of Law College of Medicine College of Nursing Division of Professional Practice College of Pharmacy, James L. Winkle McMicken College of Arts and Sciences Graduate School School of Social Work University Honors Scholars Program Departments Student Affairs & Svcs Themes Author koestemw Matt Koesters (513) 556-5279 firstname.lastname@example.org Contact 1 Matt Koesters email@example.com (513) 556-5279 Contact 2 The community is invited to attend UC's annual Veterans Day Ceremony saluting the men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces at 10 a.m., Thursday, Nov. 9, on McMicken Commons. Area veterans and distinguished guests will join the University of Cincinnati community at a special ceremony in observance of Veterans Day on Thursday, Nov. 9. The formal Veterans Day Ceremony, led by UC President Neville Pinto, begins at 10 a.m. on McMicken Commons (campus map and directions). The tribute includes a musical performance by the UC Bearcat Band, presentation of colors by the ROTC Color Guard and remarks by Tristate Veterans Community Alliance President and CEO Dan Knowles and student Brad Ocilka, both veterans of the U.S. Army. Recap of last year's UC Veterans Day ceremonyKnowles spent seven years on active duty following his graduation from West Point as an artillery officer with the 1st Infantry Division and 101st Airborne Division. After he left the military, he began a successful business career that included leadership positions at Procter & Gamble, Reynolds & Reynolds, and his own international consulting firm in which he worked with leading companies in the healthcare, technology and construction sectors. Ocilka joined the U.S. Army in 2010, and is a proud veteran of Afghanistan and Guantanamo bay. After initially serving as a cavalry scout, Ocilka later transitioned into the Military Police Corps. A UC senior psychology major, Ocilka plans to serve the veteran community after graduation as a mental health counselor. The American Legion Post 530 Honor Guard will conclude the ceremony with three volleys of rifle fire, and buglers stationed in the towers of Tangeman University Center and McMicken Hall will play Taps. Veterans in attendance will be presented with a commemorative gift following the ceremony. UC's ceremony will be held in advance of the national Veterans Day observance on Saturday, Nov. 11, the anniversary of the signing of the armistice that ended World War I in 1918. The event is free and open to the community. For more information, contact Veterans Programs & Services at 513-556-6811 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Additional Info 25727 http://www.uc.edu/news/NR.aspx?id=25727 Voluntary Benefits Available During 2017 Annual Enrollment 1509667200 2017 11 Colleges Departments Human Resources Themes Author marti2a8 Ashley Martin (513) 556-0116 email@example.com Contact 1 Ashley Martin firstname.lastname@example.org (513) 556-6381 Contact 2 UC has two voluntary benefit plans Unum s Critical Illness and Accident insurances. These options are only available for enrollment during Annual Enrollment which is Nov. 1-17 for these two plans only. Learn about them and how to purchase dependent coverage. UC will continue to offer two voluntary benefit plans Unum s Critical Illness and Accident insurances. These options are only available for enrollment during Annual Enrollment. You can also purchase coverage for your eligible dependents.Enrollment InformationYou cannot enroll for the voluntary benefit plans through ESS. Instead, if you wish to enroll in one of the Unum Voluntary Benefit Plans please call Unum s Customer Care Center at 1-800-577-5458 between Nov. 1-17, 2017. Enrollment is only available during these dates.Critical IllnessCritical Illness Insurance can help fill a financial gap if you or a covered family member experiences a severe, life-threatening illness. This benefit goes above and beyond the coverage provided under our medical plans by supplementing your finances while you or a loved one deals with and recovers from a serious illness. In short, your medical insurance takes care of your health while Critical Illness coverage takes care of your finances. Upon diagnosis with a covered critical illness, you can receive an immediate lump-sum benefit. You can use those funds any way you choose. Coverage is guaranteed and you can only elect this benefit during the dates indicated below. Accident InsuranceAccident Insurance is designed to protect your finances by helping you pay for the unexpected costs associated with an accidental injury. Accident insurance includes benefits for a wide range of common injuries and covered accidents. If you become injured, Accident insurance will pay you a direct cash benefit. The amount of money you receive depends on the type and severity of your injury and can be used any way you choose. Coverage is guaranteed and you can only elect this benefit during the dates indicated below.$50 Wellness BenefitBoth the Critical Illness Plan and the Accident Insurance Plans include a $50 Wellness benefit. If you or your covered spouse/domestic partner undergoes any one of 26 wellness exams, the plans Wellness benefit pays $50. All you need to do is contact Unum. If you receive more than one wellness screening test and you are covered under both plans, the wellness benefit is available under both plans. Did you know if you take advantage of an age or gender specific health screening, you can earn 20 Be Well UC points, too? Details available on the Be Well UC Incentive page. For more information about the new plans, visit the 2017 Annual Enrollment page. Additional Info 25725 http://www.uc.edu/news/NR.aspx?id=25725 CCM's 150th Anniversary Mainstage Series Presents Leonard Bernstein's 'Candide' 1509494400 2017 11 Leonard Bernstein, Candide, Opera, CCM, performance, event, UC, Cincinnati music, Colleges College-Conservatory of Music Departments CCM-College-Conservatory of Music CCM-Opera, Musical Theatre, Drama, Arts Adm., Theater Design & Prod Themes Author buttsrl Becky Butts (513) 556-2675 email@example.com Contact 1 Becky Butts firstname.lastname@example.org (513) 556-2675 Contact 2 Curt Whitacre email@example.com (513) 556-2683 CCM s innovative staging of this classic opera highlights the artistry of the college s stars of tomorrow and Bernstein s extraordinary score. The opera runs through Nov. 19 in in CCM s Patricia Corbett Theater. The University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) continues its Sesquicentennial Mainstage Series with Candide, presented in conjunction with the world-wide Leonard Bernstein at 100 centennial celebration. Conducted by Mark Gibson with stage direction by Emma Griffin, the opera runs Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017, through Sunday, Nov. 19, 2017, in CCM s Patricia Corbett Theater.Based on Voltaire s biting satirical novella of the same name, Leonard Bernstein s Candide follows a naïve young man as he searches for the meaning of life in a cruel and chaotic world. First performed on Broadway in 1956 and then revised in 1973, the comic operetta won the New York Drama Critics Circle Award and multiple Drama Desk and Tony Awards. The opera s energetic overture and the aria Glitter and Be Gay quickly became classics in their own time.CCM s innovative new production of Candide uses a mysterious, one-room set design that inspires the theatricality of the show. The performance will guide audiences imaginations as they journey through Voltaire s best of all possible worlds with verve and humor. CCM s highly imaginative staging of this classic opera-musical is part of a long performance tradition of presenting Candide as a theatrically inventive show, Griffin says. In our production, we ve given the performers a blank canvas with which to create a world of heightened theatricality and magical realism. The production s cast includes students from CCM s opera, voice, musical theatre and acting programs, who use various items that are at hand to transform themselves and their surroundings in order to tell the story. Candide is a dark, funny satirical tale about the dangers of an unexamined world view, Griffin says. Pushing through the humor and the showbiz pizazz of the piece is the vital question: What do people do in times of cultural uncertainty? Our answer is: We make joyful art, raucous and rich and strange, full of life a beauty. Explore the best of all possible worlds in CCM s production of Candide, presented Nov. 16-19 in Patricia Corbett Theater. Tickets can be purchased in person at the CCM Box Office, over the telephone 513-556-4183 or online at ccm.uc.edu/boxoffice/mainstage/candide.____CANDIDE(New York City Opera House Version)By Leonard BernsteinBook by Hugh Wheeler, after VoltaireLyrics by Richard Wilbur, Stephen Sondheim, John La Touche and Leonard BernsteinBy arrangement with Boosey & Hawkes, Inc., Sole Agent for Leonard BernsteinMusic Publishing Company LLC, publisher and copyright owner.____Creative TeamMark Gibson, conductorEmma Griffin, directorKatie Johannigman, choreographerThomas C. Umfrid, scenic designerOliver Tidwell Littleton*, lighting designerEdward Mineishi*, sound designerAnn Marie White*, dialect coachReba Senske, costume designerLydia Brown, vocal coachWilliam R. Langley*, chorus masterPauline Humbert*, stage manager* CCM studentCast ListBrandon Scott Russell# as CandideRob Stahley^ as CandideHeidi Middendorf# as CunegondeShannon Cochran^ as CunegondeChelsea Duval-Major# as Old LadyKaris Tucker^ as Old LadySchyler Vargas as MaximilianRebecca Printz as PaquetteDe ron McDaniel as PanglossJaqueline Daaleman, Landon Hawkins, Nick Heffelfinger as VoltaireClay Edwards as BaronMia Athey as BaronessLogan Wagner, Grant Peck as Bulgarian SoldiersBreanna Flores, Elle Zambarano as Westphalian SoldiersMichael Hyatt as High InquisitorNatalie Shepard as Auto-da-fe VictimChandler Johnson as GovernorKseniia Polstiankina as PianistAmy Joy Stephens, Briana Moynihan as El Dorado SheepJohn Siarris as Prefect of Constantinople^Denotes performers on Nov. 16 and 18#Denotes performers on Nov. 17 and 19Performance Times8 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 168 p.m. Friday, Nov. 178 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 182 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 19LocationPatricia Corbett Theater, CCM VillageUniversity of CincinnatiPurchasing TicketsTickets to Candide are $31-35 for adults, $22-25 for non-UC students and $18-21 for UC students with a valid ID.Student rush tickets will be sold one hour before each performance to non-UC students for $12 or $15, based on availability. UC students can receive one free student rush ticket with a valid ID, based on availability.Customizable subscription packages are also available for CCM s 2017-18 Mainstage Series.Tickets can be purchased in person at the CCM Box Office, over the telephone at 513-556-4183 or online at ccm.uc.edu/boxoffice/mainstage/candide.Parking and DirectionsParking is available in the CCM Garage (located at the base of Corry Boulevard off Jefferson Avenue) and additional garages throughout the UC campus. Please visit uc.edu/parking for more information on parking rates.For detailed maps and directions, please visit uc.edu/visitors. Additional parking is available off-campus at the U Square complex on Calhoun Street and other neighboring lots.For directions to CCM Village, visit ccm.uc.edu/about/directions.____CCM Season Presenting Sponsor: The Otto M. Budig Family FoundationMainstage Season Production Sponsor: Macy sOpera Department Sponsor: Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. RosenthalOpera Production Sponsor: Genevieve Smith____________________A preeminent institution for the performing and media arts, CCM is the largest single source of performing arts presentations in the state of Ohio. All event dates and programs are subject to change. For a complete calendar of events, please visit us online at ccm.uc.edu. Mark Lyons Additional Info 25712 http://www.uc.edu/news/NR.aspx?id=25712 Open Forums for Provost Finalists Scheduled 1509494400 2017 11 Provost Search Committee, Provost finalists, Gail Fairhurst, President's search for Provost Colleges Departments Themes Author kunnenm Marianne Kunnen-Jones (513) 556-2019 Marianne.Kunnen-Jones@UC.Edu Contact 1 Marianne Kunnen-Jones Marianne.Kunnen-Jones@UC.Edu (513) 556-2019 Contact 2 Learn more about the finalists in UC's search for its next provost at a series of forums. The next two events are set for Nov. 20 and 21. UC s national search for a new Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost has resulted in a pool of five finalists identified by the search committee chaired by Gail Fairhurst, Distinguished Research Professor. Each finalist will visit campus for additional interviews and open forums. Four of the finalists are scheduled as follows.The Provost serves as the university s chief academic officer and oversees the colleges and deans as well as academic affairs, faculty development, student affairs, enrollment management, international affairs, information technology, institutional research, experience-based learning and career education. CANDIDATE: Dr. Chaden Djalali, Dean, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, University of IowaOct. 30, 2017 Open Forums with Dr. Djalali1:45-2:45 p.m. UC Blue Ash, Room 119, Muntz Hall3:30-4:30 p.m. UC Academic Health Center, Kresge AuditoriumOct. 31, 2017 Open Forums with Dr. Djalali9:15-10:15 a.m. UC Clermont, Room 142, Snyder Hall11:00 a.m.-Noon Undergraduate and Graduate Students, Room 220, Tangeman University Center 1:45-2:45 p.m. Uptown Campus, Room 220, Tangeman University Center CANDIDATE: Dr. Keith Moo-Young, Chancellor, Washington State University Tri-Cities Nov. 2, 2017 Open Forums with Dr. Moo-Young1:45-2:45 p.m. UC Blue Ash, Room 119, Muntz Hall3:30-4:30 p.m. UC Academic Health Center, Kresge AuditoriumNov. 3, 2017 Open Forums with Dr. Moo-Young9:15-10:15 a.m. UC Clermont, Room 142, Snyder Hall11:00 a.m.-Noon Undergraduate and Graduate Students, Room 417 ABC, Tangeman University Center 1:45-2:45 p.m. Uptown Campus, Room 500, Swift HallCANDIDATE: Eric Eisenberg, Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences - University of South FloridaNov. 7, 2017 Open Forums with Dr. Eisenberg1:45-2:45 p.m. UC Blue Ash, Room 119, Muntz Hall5:00-6:00 p.m. Academic Health Center, Room E-255, Medical Sciences Building (MSB)Nov. 8, 2017 Open Forums with Dr. Eisenberg9:15-10:15 a.m. UC Clermont, Room 142, Snyder Hall11:00 a.m.-Noon Undergraduate and Graduate Students, Uptown Campus, Great Hall, Tangeman University Center1:45-2:45 p.m. Uptown Campus, Room 400B, Tangeman University CenterCANDIDATE: William Latimer, Dean of the School of Health Sciences, Human Services & Nursing - Lehman CollegeNov. 20, 2017 Open Forums with Dr. Latimer1:45-2:45 p.m. UC Blue Ash, Rom 119, Muntz Hall5:00-6:00 p.m. Academic Health Center, Room E-255, Medical Sciences Building (MSB)Nov. 21, 2017 Open Forums with Dr. Latimer9:15-10:15 a.m. - UC Clermont, Room 142, Snyder Hall11:00-Noon Undergraduate and Graduate Students, Uptown Campus, Room 220, Tangeman University Center1:45-2:45 p.m. - Uptown Campus, Room 220, Tangeman University CenterAll finalists curriculum vitae are available online at http://www.uc.edu/president/priorities/search/provost.html. The website also includes an online form to give feedback on the finalists. Additional Info 25644 http://www.uc.edu/news/NR.aspx?id=25644 2017 Annual Enrollment It s Here 1509580800 2017 11 Colleges Departments Human Resources Themes Author marti2a8 Ashley Martin (513) 556-0116 firstname.lastname@example.org Contact 1 Ashley Martin email@example.com Contact 2 UC s annual enrollment period is Nov. 1-30. Benefit-eligible employees can enroll or make changes to their benefit plans via Employee Self-Service. Additional Info http://bit.ly/2xOObVS Invalid use of Null 25314 http://www.uc.edu/news/NR.aspx?id=25314 Workshop Spotlights UC's Anti-Harassment, Non-Discrimination Policies 1510790400 2017 11 Colleges Departments Themes 2019 - Community 2019 - Learning Diversity Exploration Author richaro Rachel Richardson 513-556-5219 firstname.lastname@example.org Contact 1 Rachel Richardson email@example.com (513) 556-5219 Contact 2 This interactive 90-minute seminar spotlights UC's policies on anti-harassment and non-discrimination and best practices for building and maintaining inclusive environments on campus. The free event is offered from 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 5., in Room 415 of TUC. Additional Info http://www.uc.edu/content/dam/uc/diversity/docs/Anti_Harassment_Non_Discrimination_Workshop.pdf Invalid use of Null 25195 http://www.uc.edu/news/NR.aspx?id=25195 Workshop Addresses Inclusion in Equitable Hiring Processes 1510790400 2017 11 Colleges Departments Themes 2019 - Community 2019 - Learning Diversity Exploration General Education Just Community Proudly Cincinnati Transformation Author richaro Rachel Richardson 513-556-5219 firstname.lastname@example.org Contact 1 Rachel Richardson email@example.com (513) 556-5219 Contact 2 This 90-minute workshop prepares search committee members, hiring units and leadership to better implement and advocate for inclusive employment practices at UC. The free event is offered from 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 12, in Room 415 of TUC. Additional Info http://www.uc.edu/content/dam/uc/diversity/docs/Inclusion_Advocacy_in_Support_of_Equitable_Hiring_Processes.pdf Invalid use of Null