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Cincinnati Enquirer: 'Don't panic.' Anti-diabetes medication...

October 10, 2020

The Cincinnati Enquirer spoke with Dr. Shailendra Patel, a professor and director of the UC Division of Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism and UC Health physician, about a US Food and Drug Administration recall of an anti-diabetes medication. He offered a message for patients who use metformin: do not quite the drug cold turkey.


UC Business Analytics director named INFORMS fellow

October 9, 2020

Glenn Wegryn, executive director for the Center for Business Analytics at the University of Cincinnati’s Carl H. Lindner College of business, has been named a fellow for The Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS), the largest international association of operations research and analytics professionals and students.


19th Amendment Centennial Exhibit makes its way to UC College of...

October 9, 2020

The American Bar Association's exhibit celebrating the centennial of the 19th Amendment is being hosted by the University of Cincinnati College of Law. This showcase is sponsored by the Nathaniel R. Jones Center for Race, Gender and Social Justice and by the Robert S. Marx Law Library. The exhibit is meant to commemorate the 19th Amendment.


Graduate student is making drones safer to fly

October 9, 2020

James "Zach" Wells, a mechanical engineering graduate student at the University of Cincinnati, has developed an algorithm that can be used to support a safe integration of drones into the National Air Space.


Fox 19: UC students commended for their actions, safety to keep...

October 9, 2020

Chris Lewis, MD, vice provost for academic affairs at UC, spoke with a reporter from Fox 19 about an increase in COVID-19 cases on the UC campus. Lewis was able to provide some context. "Considering we have a campus of 46,000 students plus and 12,000 plus faculty and staff, I would say that’s darn good,” explained Lewis, also an assistant professor of family medicine in the UC College of Medicine and a UC Health physician. Since the pandemic began, the university says it has had 585 total positive COVID-19 cases. 567 of those cases were among the students while 18 were employees. But a recent rise in cases shows 184 infected students live on-campus and 383 who do not. “We’ve seen a little bit of a pattern of a mid-week spike that we attribute to likely events, you know, off-campus on the weekends," explained Lewis. "People just tend to be more social.”


UC Answers: How can mindfulness help us cope?

October 9, 2020

Mindfulness is a capacity and a skill that we can learn to bring us into present moment awareness so that we can engage fully with what “is” rather than with “what was” or “what we think might be coming.”


New Builders Competition serves as a primer to construction...

October 8, 2020

The University of Cincinnati Construction Competition Club hosts the annual New Builders Competition for students from UC and other schools in the region. Students interested in the construction industry compete by creating a proposal as if they were the construction company bidding for a job in one of three categories: commercial, residential and heavy civil.

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