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CNBC: Students push for more financial education

April 19, 2021

Students are joining the cause for more personal finance education. University of Cincinnati economist Julie Heath, who helped to develop the SmartPath curriculum, is quoted in a CNBC article, saying schools can start teaching financial education early; by age 7, a lot of kids’ attitudes about consumption are set or beginning to form.


WVXU: Food allergy sufferers want clearer food labels and new...

April 19, 2021

Lynne Haber, PhD, a senior toxicologist in the UC College of Medicine, spoke with a journalist from Cincinnati’s public radio station, WVXU, about her research that has identified a possible ‘eliciting dose’ of peanut that may trigger an allergic reaction in individuals with peanut allergies.


Engineering student’s roller coaster model serves as inspiration...

April 19, 2021

Jared Holladay, who is graduating from the University of Cincinnati this spring with a computer engineering degree, combined his love of roller coasters and automated control systems to create a 3D printed roller coaster model that will be used for STEM outreach and education by UC and supporting partner Rockwell Automation.


Greece honors two UC Classics researchers with ‘Order of Phoenix’

April 19, 2021

The president of Greece honored University of Cincinnati Classics researchers Jack Davis and Sharon Stocker by bestowing upon them one of the country’s most prestigious awards, Commander of the Order of the Phoenix. The two made several groundbreaking archaeological discoveries in Pylos that are shaping our understanding of ancient Greece.


UC garners sustainable, green campus success

April 19, 2021

University of Cincinnati Gold LEED certifications, student-involved energy-efficient programs and climate-friendly green technologies elevate UC to a national award-winning sustainable campus.

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