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Hourly retail workers are now wearing police-like body cameras

June 5, 2024

CNN coverage of using body cameras in retail operations includes expert opinion of John Eck, professor of criminal justice in the College of Education, Criminal Justice and Human Services. Eck states that the cameras could be useful for settling disputes over racial profiling or shoplifting.

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Did you have a good day at work?

June 4, 2024

Having a good day at work benefits you more than just mental happiness, says UC researcher Matt Huml, author of a recent study “Working to Live or Living to Work.” And UC health and wellness experts agree, citing campus resources for employees and students to benefit their well-being.

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Hourly retail workers are now wearing police-like body cameras

June 5, 2024

CNN coverage of using body cameras in retail operations includes expert opinion of John Eck, professor of criminal justice in the College of Education, Criminal Justice and Human Services. Eck states that the cameras could be useful for settling disputes over racial profiling or shoplifting.

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Did you have a good day at work?

June 4, 2024

Having a good day at work benefits you more than just mental happiness, says UC researcher Matt Huml, author of a recent study “Working to Live or Living to Work.” And UC health and wellness experts agree, citing campus resources for employees and students to benefit their well-being.

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How to spot an AI-generated image

May 29, 2024

It's getting harder to tell the difference between real photographs and artificially generated images. In the near future, it could be impossible with just human vision, a University of Cincinnati professor told Fox 19.

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Teacher appreciation in action with UC Alumni Association

May 29, 2024

The University of Cincinnati’s Alumni Association visited alumni of the School of Education at their workplaces with gifts of gratitude. Program Director of Alumni Engagement Gage Woolley set out with representatives from the College of Education, Criminal Justice, Human Services, and Information Technology (CECH) to deliver small bags filled with UC-themed goodies to teachers at UC's Arlitt Child Development Center and four different locations across the Cincinnati Public School District (Silverton Elementary, Pleasant Ridge Montessori, Shroder High and Woodford Academy).

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Ex-smokers who vape at higher risk of lung cancer

May 21, 2024

Ashley Merianos, PhD, is cited as an expert in two recent Deutsche Welle articles on vaping research. Merianos, a prolific tobacco researcher, is an assistant professor of human services in UC's College of Education, Criminal Justice and Human Services (CECH).

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UC’s Dean Lawrence J. Johnson, a transformative figure in CECH,...

May 17, 2024

The University of Cincinnati's College of Education, Criminal Justice, Human Services, and Information Technology Dean Lawrence J. Johnson retires this year after 25 years in the role (and 34 years with the college). In this article we look at his road to academia and journey to a transformative quarter century at UC.

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Scholarship success: Two UC grads shine at spring commencement

May 9, 2024

In a testament to the transformative power of education and financial support, Precious Randall and Corin Manning, recent graduates of the University of Cincinnati, have emerged as shining examples of success. Each graduated with bachelor's degrees from CECH in spring of 2024, but what sets them apart is not just their academic prowess; it's their remarkable journey made possible by scholarships that paved their paths to success.

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Two UC colleges collaborated on a unique learning and networking...

May 9, 2024

On March 22, 2024, in the Health Sciences Building on the University of Cincinnati campus, students from various programs across two colleges gathered for a collaborative event aimed at providing hands-on training for students pursuing a variety of careers in the field of education. It was the second event of its kind this academic year following a similar collaboration in fall 2023.

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Information Security Roadshow spreads awareness

May 3, 2024

The University of Cincinnati's Office of Information Security launched a series of 18 in-person sessions from January to April 2024, drawing nearly 350 attendees from the staff of various UC colleges and units. The Information Security Roadshow series aimed to equip the audience with knowledge on prevailing cyber threats, prevention strategies, how to report incidents and resources to stay informed and secure.

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UC Alumni, Chicagoland Bearcats, to be recognized at annual...

May 3, 2024

One of the premier UC alumni events held outside of Cincinnati each year, the 2024 Chicagoans for Cincy! Celebration celebrates the many contributions and overall excellence of UC alumni in the Chicagoland area by honoring three outstanding Bearcats.

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Teeing off a new tradition with UC’s Ed Latessa Memorial Golf...

May 3, 2024

On April 23, 2024, members of the University of Cincinnati’s School of Criminal Justice, part of the College of Education, Criminal Justice, Human Services, and Information Technology (CECH), gathered with family and friends at Glenview Golf Course in Glendale, Ohio, for a round of golf. This wasn’t just any day on the greens, though – this was the inaugural Ed Latessa Memorial Golf Tournament.

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WLWT: UC students experience realities of life in prison as part...

May 1, 2024

One day a week, eight UC students travel to the institution as part of the Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program, where they and eight incarcerated individuals discuss criminal justice topics such as sentencing, parole, life after prison and recidivism in a classroom setting. The program is part of a class taught by J.Z. Bennett, an assistant professor of criminal justice.

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UC IT students recognized for achievement in cooperative...

April 30, 2024

University of Cincinnati School of Information Technology students excel in real-world work experiences. Three of the school's students were honored this spring. Learn more about the students - Josh Anness, Hamza Rauf and Pavan Gujjarlapudi.

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