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UC startup makes advancements in ‘green’ chemistry

April 18, 2022

A University of Cincinnati Venture Lab-backed startup is developing a new method of chemistry that could make a wide range of products including agrichemicals, pharmaceuticals and plastics more environmentally friendly.

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UC startup makes advancements in ‘green’ chemistry

April 18, 2022

A University of Cincinnati Venture Lab-backed startup is developing a new method of chemistry that could make a wide range of products including agrichemicals, pharmaceuticals and plastics more environmentally friendly.

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UC appoints new Jewish Foundation of Cincinnati chair

April 15, 2022

The Department of Judaic Studies at the University of Cincinnati has appointed Jennifer Caplan as the new Jewish Foundation of Cincinnati Chair in Judaic Studies. “We are excited that Dr. Caplan will be joining our faculty,” says Matthew Kraus, head of the Department of Judaic Studies. “Her expertise in modern Jewish religion and culture are essential to a comprehensive and relevant understanding of Jewish studies.” Caplan’s book “Funny, You Don't Look Funny: Judaism and Humor from the Silent Generation to Millennials” (Wayne State University Press) demonstrates how Jewish humor marks developments in the Jewish identity, Jewish religion, and the concept of religion itself and will be coming out soon.

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Goering Center core member honored with National Young...

April 15, 2022

Luke Perry, Perry Contracting, was recently named the Associated Builders and Contractors 2022 National Young Professional of the Year — a testament to the years of dedicated and committed work he has made to his family business, industry, and ABC.

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UC Police donate equipment for use in Ukraine

April 15, 2022

When Ohio Governor Mike DeWine reached out to Ohio law enforcement agencies to ask for personal protective gear to send to the Ukraine civilian territorial defense, the University of Cincinnati Public Safety Department was eager to respond.

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Experience CCM Acting's Virtual Senior Showcase

April 15, 2022

The Acting Department at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (CCM Acting) proudly presents its 2022 Virtual Senior Showcase. The multimedia showcase allows industry insiders and the general public to see this year's seniors perform excerpts from TV programs, films, original works and more. All video and audio excerpts are available for on-demand viewing.

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What is International Affairs? 

April 14, 2022

While there is no one-size-fits-all solution for any global issue, the University of Cincinnati’s international affairs program aims to equip undergraduate students with the necessary, transferrable skills that allow them to examine a broad range of international and global issues using methods and conceptual frameworks from different disciplines. Housed in the College of Arts and Sciences, this major combines a wide range of other disciplines such as political science; history; economics; women’s, gender and sexuality studies; journalism; environmental studies; geography; foreign languages, and other areas.  

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WATCH: CCM presents 'Ready, Set, Action!' mini documentary

April 14, 2022

Titled Ready, Set, Action!, this mini documentary takes viewers inside of CCM faculty member Stirling Shelton's Technical Production 2 class as students rig the set and lights for the play Blue Stockings by Jessica Swale. This behind-the-scenes video was produced by UC students Lauren Dull and Dominick Widmeyer as part of CCM's Production Master Class.

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Medscape: Analysis boosts Fluvoxamine for COVID, but what's the...

April 14, 2022

A report published recently in JAMA Open Network finds there's a strong likelihood that the antidepressant fluvoxamine (Luvox) may moderately lower rates of hospitalization due to COVID-19 in unvaccinated patients. However, outside experts cited by Medscape differ over whether the evidence from just three studies is strong enough to warrant adding the drug to the COVID-19 armamentarium. One of those experts sources is Carl Fichtenbaum, MD, of the Division of Infectious Diseases at the UC College of Medicine.

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