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Cincinnati.com: Boo! Halloween with COVID-19 again? We asked...

October 8, 2021

Carl Fichtenbaum, MD, and Jennifer Forrester, MD, both of the Division of Infectious Diseases at the UC College of Medicine were interviewed for a story posted on Cincinnati.com on what experts would advise parents to do in regards to handing out candy on Halloween.

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Cincinnati.com: Boo! Halloween with COVID-19 again? We asked...

October 8, 2021

Carl Fichtenbaum, MD, and Jennifer Forrester, MD, both of the Division of Infectious Diseases at the UC College of Medicine were interviewed for a story posted on Cincinnati.com on what experts would advise parents to do in regards to handing out candy on Halloween.

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Instructor weaves experience in private sector to modernize...

October 8, 2021

Raqule Crawley, BBA ’02, MS ’03, CPA, joined the private sector after graduating from the Carl H. Lindner College of Business as a student in the Lindner Honors-PLUS program. She worked as an audit senior at Deloitte and in acquisition and divesture consultation and external cash flows at Proctor & Gamble before returning to Lindner as an instructor.

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Final ‘Strength in Immunity’ vaccination drawing winners...

October 7, 2021

The University of Cincinnati is awarding prizes in the weekly ‘Strength in Immunity’ drawing. To further encourage vaccination against COVID-19, the university is conducting weekly drawings for gift cards in varying amounts of $2,500 or $5,000. In all, the university will award nearly $50,000.

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 UC alum creates platform to encourage young women in STEM

October 6, 2021

Madelyn Leembruggen has long excelled in STEM-related subjects, with the study coming naturally to her. The alumna of UC’s College of Arts and Sciences graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a 4.0 in 2018, with degrees in Physics, Astrophysics and Mathematics. Leembruggen has long been aware of the lack of representation of women role models for young girls interested in pursuing their STEM passions. Now a PhD candidate in theoretical physics at Harvard, Leembruggen set out to help inspire the next generation of women in STEM.

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Making a name for herself

October 6, 2021

Rachel Morgan, BBA, MS ’21, found her stride in accounting early in life. Working at a car dealership in her hometown of Troy, Ohio, as a teenager, she was exposed to her manager’s many duties of running the business, including handling the books.

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