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The New York Times: The people who brought you Travis Kelce

February 22, 2024

The New York Times featured University of Cincinnati alumnus Andre Eanes, who, alongside his twin brother Aaron, manages Travis Kelce, fellow alumnus and All-Pro tight end for the Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs. The story profiles the brothers who helped make Kelce a household name, even outside of football.

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The New York Times: The people who brought you Travis Kelce

February 22, 2024

The New York Times featured University of Cincinnati alumnus Andre Eanes, who, alongside his twin brother Aaron, manages Travis Kelce, fellow alumnus and All-Pro tight end for the Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs. The story profiles the brothers who helped make Kelce a household name, even outside of football.

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Deutsche Welle: Vaping while pregnant: What we know

February 7, 2024

Ashley Merianos, PhD, an assistant professor of human services, is proving herself a sought-after expert for media commentary on the toxicity of tobacco and the effects of tobacco related behaviors such as smoking and vaping.

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U.S. News & World Report: Smoking residue on household surfaces...

January 17, 2024

A new study by UC tobacco researcher Ashley Merianos was featured in U.S. News & World Report.The study measured the amount of nicotine and tobacco related toxins on surfaces in smoking households where children reside. The residue that remains on surfaces such as walls, tables, floors and decor is called thirdhand smoke.

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UC program director discusses Teacher Pathway program growth

January 8, 2024

Associate Professor Jon Breiner, PhD, discusses the growth the UC BIPOC Teacher Pathway program has experienced in just two years. New partnerships, doubling the number of UC students involved, and expanding licensure programs all lead to the success of the program.

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Study: Thirdhand smoke may harm children

January 8, 2024

UC tobacco researcher Ashley Merianos is looking more closely at thirdhand smoke, which is the presence of toxic tobacco by-products that remain on surfaces such as furniture, décor, walls and floors.

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UC program and Siemens breaking educational barriers for...

December 22, 2023

Opening the pathways to STEM education for more people with a variety of experiences and backgrounds is important for spurring innovation, increasing inclusivity and combating unemployment in technical fields. As the world continues to become more entrenched in science and technology, STEM-related fields continue to grow and require more technical workers.

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2023: A year in review

December 15, 2023

Review the University of Cincinnati's historic and productive year in 2023 through our year-in-review website.

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WVXU: 'Tis the season to get scammed

December 15, 2023

Retail scammers don't mind being on the 'naughty' list, say experts in a WVXU segment on theft by deception during the holiday season. UC's retail crime expert Karl Langhorst, a guest speaker on the topic, provides tips on how to protect your money when making online purchases, during and after the season.

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From lab to legacy inside UC’s 1819 Innovation Hub

December 12, 2023

In the vibrant corridors of the University of Cincinnati, pioneering research extends beyond the confines of laboratories — it launches revolutionary ideas poised to reshape the world. The key to safeguarding these innovations lies in the swift and savvy journey through the 1819 Innovation Hub’s technology transfer and patent licensing process, a vital approach for both faculty and the university.

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