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UC offers new PhD opportunity in communication

November 9, 2022

The University of Cincinnati College of Arts and Sciences now offers a PhD program in communication with an emphasis on social justice. Among the areas of focus for the new doctoral program are culture and globalization, health and environment communication, and interpersonal communication and leadership, among others. “Many of the social and professional issues that we are facing in the world today, including access to health information, stereotypes in the media, the consumptive culture, climate change activism, and more, can be traced to problematics in social justice topics,” says professor of communication Gail Fairhurst.

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CCM alumna featured in PBS broadcast

November 2, 2022

To celebrate its return to the newly renovated David Geffen Hall at Lincoln Center, the New York Philarmonic recorded a program of masterworks and world premieres to be broadcast on PBS. Led by Philharmonic Music Director Jaap van Zweden, the concert features CCM alumna Joélle Harvey (BM Voice '07, MM Voice '09) as the soprano soloist in Beethoven’s “Ode to Joy.” The recorded program will premiere at 9 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 4, as part of PBS’s Great Performances series.

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Ancient Maya faced bane of urban sprawl, too

October 27, 2022

The ancient Maya’s Calakmul once was the biggest city in the Americas, full of apartment complexes, temples and shrines stretching across an area the size of Washington, D.C. New mapping tools are giving an international team of scientists their first complete look at the scale and complexity of the enormous metropolis hidden beneath centuries of rainforest.

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UC Family Weekend draws more than 5,000 participants to the...

September 22, 2022

UC Family Weekend was designed to introduce families to university life. The three-day event attracted more than 5,000 people to the Uptown campus Sept. 16-18. A pep rally, a movie night in Nippert Stadium, an evening barbecue along with host of activities on Schneider Quad offered something for UC students, their siblings, parents and other supporters.

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School of rocks

September 20, 2022

A group of UC Geology graduate students, faculty and alumni saw billions of years of the Earth's history on a field trip to Northern Minnesota and the Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada region in early August 2022.

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New sites available now on Bearcats Landing

April 27, 2022

UC’s faculty and staff intranet, Bearcats Landing, increases transparency, facilitates common business practices, and provides a platform for university-wide internal communication. Learn about the new sites launching this Spring Semester 2022.

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Chemical engineering student researches nanoparticle drug...

April 11, 2022

Vishnu Sriram came to the University of Cincinnati from his home country of India to pursue a master’s in chemical engineering. He decided to stay at UC for his Ph.D. to research nanoparticle gene and drug delivery that could someday lead to improved cancer treatments.

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UC students awarded critical language scholarships

April 4, 2022

Three students from the University of Cincinnati were announced as finalists for the Critical Language Scholarship this year. The CLS Program is a study abroad opportunity for American college and university students to learn languages essential to America’s engagement with the world.

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