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Digging deeper into cannabis research

February 23, 2022

The University of Cincinnati's Dr. LaTrice Montgomery recently reviewed published research on cannabis use among different racial and ethnic groups and found there are large gaps in the field since most studies compare each group to white populations.


UC alumna launches urban streetwear start-up

February 22, 2022

Lindsay Kaminer may have just recently graduated from the University of Cincinnati, but she has already gotten a jump-start on the job of her dreams, launching her own apparel company. The College of Arts and Sciences communication major graduated in December, 2021, and by then the idea for her brand, Street House was on its way to becoming reality. A self-described fashion aficionado, Kaminer says: “I’ve always dreamed of starting a clothing brand. I do have a full-time job, and I love it. But in the long run this is what I would want to do if I can grow it.” Kaminer works fulltime in a related field as assistant apparel buyer for Tennis Point, a global retailer of tennis clothing, in Sharonville. Her work on Street House is—for now—an after-hours passion. In addition to her communication degree, Kaminer earned a minor in fashion studies from the College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning. Street House is a ‘streetwear’ brand, a style defined simply as fashionable but casual clothing—think comfortable hoodies, roomy tees, slouchy sweats and knit caps. The style became popular in the 1990s in New York City, Los Angeles and Japan, and has grown into a billion-dollar global industry.


USA Today: Biden poised to triple number of Black women on...

February 22, 2022

USA Today reports the White House is poised to triple the number of Black women appellate judges, from four when Biden took office, to at least 13. UC College of Law Dean Verna Williams weighs in on the significance of diversifying the federal bench.


Cryptocurrency helps nonprofits connect to new donors

February 22, 2022

Cryptocurrency is a fast-growing source of donations and helps nonprofits connect with a new demographic of donors, experts said Feb. 17 during a panel discussion hosted by the University of Cincinnati, called Digital Futures Flashpoint Series.


Healthline: Avian flu outbreak in the US: What to know right now

February 22, 2022

Health experts in the United States are monitoring an increase in cases of bird flu in several states, including Indiana, Kentucky and Virginia. In January, the United States Department of Agriculture detected the first U.S. bird flu case after a hunted wild bird tested positive for the virus in Colleton County, South Carolina. Experts reported that it was the H5N1 strain, a highly pathogenic avian influenza virus (HPAI) — the same strain responsible for fatal poultry outbreaks across Europe and Asia in late 2021. In a story on the increase in bird flu published by Healthline, Carl Fichtenbaum, MD, of the Division of Infectious Diseases at the UC College of Medicine was one of the experts cited.


Honorees named for 2022 Cincinnati Business Achievement Awards

February 22, 2022

Awardees for the 2022 Cincinnati Business Achievement Awards (CBAAs) have been announced. Presented by the University of Cincinnati Carl H. Lindner College of Business Alumni Council, this year’s event will be held at the Duke Energy Convention Center in downtown Cincinnati on March 3.

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