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Pride at Lindner begins fundraising drive for first-of-its-kind...

September 29, 2021

It started with a mid-summer check-in between student leaders and faculty advisors. Pride at Lindner’s (PaL) student executive board and its faculty/advisor leadership met to discuss strategic planning and goals for the upcoming school year and beyond. According to PaL advisor Nadia Ibrahim-Taney, those present overwhelmingly expressed the need for student financial aid, specifically an endowed scholarship. Such was the genesis of the Pride at Lindner Scholarship and Programming Fund, an endowed scholarship that would allow the current PaL team to leave a legacy for current and future LGBTQ+ students.

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Managing mask-related anxiety, aggression

September 29, 2021

UC experts explain how public health guidelines like mask requirements affects anxiety levels among groups of people, including children, first responders and other front line workers.

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Local 12: COVID-19 antiviral pill in the works

September 29, 2021

Several companies, including Pfizer are developing a pill to fight COVID-19 symptoms. Carl Fichtenbaum, MD, of the Division of Infectious Diseases at the UC College of Medicine was interviewed by WKRC-TV, Local12 for a story about the antiviral medications and explained how they work.

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Pride at Lindner begins fundraising drive for first-of-its-kind...

September 29, 2021

It started with a mid-summer check-in between student leaders and faculty advisors. Pride at Lindner’s (PaL) student executive board and its faculty/advisor leadership met to discuss strategic planning and goals for the upcoming school year and beyond. According to PaL advisor Nadia Ibrahim-Taney, those present overwhelmingly expressed the need for student financial aid, specifically an endowed scholarship. Such was the genesis of the Pride at Lindner Scholarship and Programming Fund, an endowed scholarship that would allow the current PaL team to leave a legacy for current and future LGBTQ+ students.

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Managing mask-related anxiety, aggression

September 29, 2021

UC experts explain how public health guidelines like mask requirements affects anxiety levels among groups of people, including children, first responders and other front line workers.

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Local 12: COVID-19 antiviral pill in the works

September 29, 2021

Several companies, including Pfizer are developing a pill to fight COVID-19 symptoms. Carl Fichtenbaum, MD, of the Division of Infectious Diseases at the UC College of Medicine was interviewed by WKRC-TV, Local12 for a story about the antiviral medications and explained how they work.

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Nontraditional students find their place at UC

September 28, 2021

Nontraditional students can be hard to define and even harder to teach in a traditional environment. UC’s College of Arts & Sciences makes it a point to offer flexible scheduling, learning and asynchronous options, aspects that helped Kathy Silbernagel and Al-Raheim Washington earn their liberal arts degrees this year. “In actual class setting, I saw little or no difference between my approach and those of my fellow classmates,” Silbernagel says. “If there is a difference it might be in that many—maybe most—students coming out of high school do not have clear career choices in mind and this was not an issue for me.” Nontraditional students are defined by one or more of seven characteristics: delayed enrollment in college; attends college part-time; works full time; is financially independent; has dependents other than a spouse; is a single parent; or does not have a high school diploma, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. How about a 70-year-old retired CEO and a family advocate and success coach in his mid-30s with a GED?

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UC College of Nursing launches Public Health Nursing doctoral...

September 28, 2021

In a time of increasing challenges for public health, nurses have the potential to make a valuable difference by providing care, promoting health and well-being among individuals and communities and addressing the systemic inequities that have fueled wide and persistent health disparities.

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UC student converts waste grease to biofuel at city sewer...

September 28, 2021

Andres Mata’s research for his University of Cincinnati master’s degree in chemical engineering could result in a greener fuel source. Mata, who was awarded Graduate Student Engineer of the Month from UC’s College of Engineering and Applied Science, was the lead graduate student working on a pilot project in Professor Mingming Lu’s lab to extract lipids from grease at wastewater treatment plants for biodiesel production.

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Time: Atlanta’s first Black female district attorney is at the...

September 28, 2021

Mark Godsey, a professor of law at the UC College of Law and director of the Ohio Innocence Project, speaks with Time magazine about the challenges self-identified progressive prosecuting attorneys have when making reforms in policies and procedures that impact the public.

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UC Alumni Association opens nominations for top awards

September 28, 2021

The University of Cincinnati Alumni Association (UCAA) has opened the nomination process for its slate of annual alumni awards, which recognize outstanding service and achievement. Nominations for the 2022 awards will be accepted through Friday, Oct. 22.

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Cincinnati Innovation District announces inaugural advisory...

September 28, 2021

The Cincinnati Innovation District ® (CID) — Ohio’s first purpose-built innovation district, powered by the University of Cincinnati — presents a newly formed advisory council of global business leaders who are committed to the economic future of companies in our region.

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UC establishes 'heart bank'

September 28, 2021

The University of Cincinnati College of Medicine is opening what it calls a “heart bank” to collect tissue samples that can be used by researchers. Those samples will be stored in a biorepository to provide a potentially valuable resource to help researchers find answers to scientific questions.

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CCM's fall schedule of ticketed performances now available

September 28, 2021

Area arts lovers are invited to return to the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music’s (CCM) concert halls and theaters to experience world-class performances in person! The largest single-source of performing and media arts events in the state of Ohio, CCM shares its initial lineup of ticketed September and October CCMONSTAGE performances.

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UC grant-funded musical work 'Our House is on Fire' premieres on...

September 27, 2021

The University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music is pleased to share that one of its faculty, Assistant Professor of Voice Quinn Patrick Ankrum, was chosen by UC’s Office of Research for a $10,000 research grant. The funding will go toward Our House is on Fire, a newly-commissioned musical work for voice and piano, accompanying visual and written works, and freely-available digital performances of that work.

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