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Role Reversal

June 10, 2020

UC breast cancer surgeon Beth Shaughnessy learns firsthand what it’s like to overcome cancer and keeps kindness and positivity at the center of her healing

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Hope after hate

June 10, 2020

UC professor and Emmy Award-winning journalist shares her father’s Holocaust survival story with lessons to inspire action against hatred and bigotry today.

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UC community rallies for justice

June 9, 2020

As protests continue across the world in support of Black Lives Matter following the death of George Floyd and other victims of racism and police brutality, University of Cincinnati students organized their own peaceful protests around campus.

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1

Role Reversal

June 10, 2020

UC breast cancer surgeon Beth Shaughnessy learns firsthand what it’s like to overcome cancer and keeps kindness and positivity at the center of her healing

2

Hope after hate

June 10, 2020

UC professor and Emmy Award-winning journalist shares her father’s Holocaust survival story with lessons to inspire action against hatred and bigotry today.

3

UC community rallies for justice

June 9, 2020

As protests continue across the world in support of Black Lives Matter following the death of George Floyd and other victims of racism and police brutality, University of Cincinnati students organized their own peaceful protests around campus.

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Stranded, scared but supported by love

June 6, 2020

With generous help from the university community, stranded UC international student faces challenges caused by global pandemic and canceled flights.

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Inside Higher Ed: Higher Ed Next

June 5, 2020

Cooperative Education, pioneered by the University of Cincinnati, should be embraced by other universities according to an Inside Higher Ed columnist.

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Fox 19: UC students create COVID-19 Watcher

June 4, 2020

The COVID-19 Watcher, developed by two University of Cincinnati students, displays data from every county and 188 metropolitan areas in the country. Features of the dashboard include ranking of the worst affected areas and auto-generating plots that depict temporal changes in testing capacity, cases and deaths. The COVID-19 Watcher can provide the public with real-time updates of outbreaks in their area. The app pulls in data from the New York Times, which has been tracking COVID-19 cases since January, and merges it with sources from the U.S. Census to map cases for each county and metropolitan area.

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