Featured News

1

The BackWall: Art Uncuffed explores the criminal justice system...

March 12, 2024

The University of Cincinnati College of Education, Criminal Justice, Human Services, and Information Technology (CECH) and College of Nursing are deepening the conversation around mass incarceration through the lenses of the arts and community-building with The BackWall: Art Uncuffed, an April 9 event presented in partnership with Healing Broken Circles at the TUC Main Street Cinema.

3

Wall Street Journal: Inside the fight against school vaping

March 11, 2024

High schools are cracking down on vaping on campus, says and article in The Wall Street Journal. These efforts are based out of concern for growth and brain development, as mounting evidence shows the harms of vaping, according UC tobacco and addiction expert Ashley Merianos who is cited in the article.

Debug Query for this

Latest News

1

The BackWall: Art Uncuffed explores the criminal justice system...

March 12, 2024

The University of Cincinnati College of Education, Criminal Justice, Human Services, and Information Technology (CECH) and College of Nursing are deepening the conversation around mass incarceration through the lenses of the arts and community-building with The BackWall: Art Uncuffed, an April 9 event presented in partnership with Healing Broken Circles at the TUC Main Street Cinema.

3

Wall Street Journal: Inside the fight against school vaping

March 11, 2024

High schools are cracking down on vaping on campus, says and article in The Wall Street Journal. These efforts are based out of concern for growth and brain development, as mounting evidence shows the harms of vaping, according UC tobacco and addiction expert Ashley Merianos who is cited in the article.

5

Arts for All: Spend your summer at CCM

March 11, 2024

UC College-Conservatory of Music provides high caliber performing arts opportunities for youth, teens and adults during the summer months. From week-long day camps to multi-week residencies, CCM Prep's Summer Programs offer students of all ages the opportunity to work with our world-class faculty, along with renowned guest artists, all at the state-of-the-art CCM Village.

7

CCM alumna wins second prize at Felix Mendelssohn International...

March 11, 2024

The University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) alumna Chaowen Ting (MM Orchestral Conducting, ‘11) recently won second prize at the Felix Mendelssohn Conducting Competition. Held annually Karlovy Vary, in the Czech Republic, the Mendelssohn Competition draws talent from all over the world, and past awardees hold posts at major symphonies and operas in Europe, America and Asia.

10

Business Courier op-ed: How to decide like a pro

March 8, 2024

Academics have studied the art and science of decision-making for decades – and across multiple disciplines such as economics, neuroscience and computer science. Beyond academia, Google appointed its first chief decision scientist some years back. And thanks to an influx of books, articles and podcasts on the subject, decision science has become a hot topic in leadership, innovation and strategy circles too.

11

Cincinnati ranks No. 1 in the nation for street art

March 8, 2024

Cincinnati boasts a plethora of street art, including murals, which led to its designation by USA Today as the No. 1 city with the best street art for 2024. UC's College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning has been instrumental in designing, implementing and placing public art projects throughout the city.

13

Fox19: UC uses fossils to teach kids about environment

March 7, 2024

Fox19 highlights a field trip that fifth and sixth graders from the Clifton Area Neighborhood School took to UC for a visit with geosciences faculty to learn about the environment. The science day was sponsored by UC's Center for Public Engagement with Science.

15

What Is Classics?

March 7, 2024

Housed in the College of Arts and Sciences, the classics program is filled to the brim with world-renowned faculty and access to many professional resources. Many classics students began their UC experience outside of classics but came to love the variety of skills and lessons to learn.

Load More
Debug Query for this