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History Department Lecture

January 9, 2002

Lecture by Allan W. Winkler, Miami University, Oxford on "Urban America in World War II: Cincinnati as an example" at the Cincinnati Museum Center at 7:30pm.

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UC Research Ranking Climbs

January 10, 2002

The University of Cincinnati moved up in two different national rankings established by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to compare college and university research efforts.

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History Department Lecture

January 17, 2002

Lecture by Leslie Adelson, Cornell University, will deliver a Taft lecture titled "Back to the Future and Beyond 'Two Worlds':Turkish Lines of Thought in Contemporary German Literature and Memory Work" at 3:00pm in the Max Kade German Cultural Center in Old Chemistry.

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Sign Up for the Discovering A&S Elective

January 24, 2002

Parent's Asking, "What does someone do with THAT major?" Don't know all your options? Sign up for a 2 credit hour elective where you can meet A&S faculty, emeriti faculty, as well as, alumni.

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Three of Four UC Fulbrights Scholars from McMicken

January 28, 2002

Tainted water supplies in Bangladesh, international security and missile defense, transformations in Mexico and greater understanding of India - this varied list sums up the work of four Fulbright Scholars at the University of Cincinnati who are concentrating on real-life issues involving our neighbors around the world.

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Prominent Line-Up Examines Race in 2002 Ropes Series

January 31, 2002

The issue of race will receive one of the most intensive examinations undertaken in Cincinnati since the April riots when the University of Cincinnati Department of English launches its Ropes series in January and February 2002.

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Nominate a Distinguished Alumni

January 31, 2002

The Purpose of the Distinguished Alumni Awards is to recognize graduates of the McMicken College of Arts and Sciences for outstanding achievements.

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State Department Delegation For Discussion On Foreign Policy

February 18, 2002

In what was billed as the most important delegation of the year in the U.S. Department of State's International Visitor Program, a group of 21 representatives from some of the world's most conflict-ridden regions participated in a special human rights program at the College of Law on Feb. 15

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Keith Griffler -- Ohio Humanities Council Award

February 19, 2002

Keith Griffler, Assistant Professor, African American Studies, Arts and Sciences and Kevin Burke, Electronic Media, College Conservatory of Music $20,000 major media grant from the Ohio Humanities Council, awarded December 2001 for the public television documentary "Wade in the Water" about the Underground Railroad.

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Call for Freshman Seminar Courses

February 26, 2002

Description of Freshmen Seminars: These 3-credit hour interactive, small-enrollment courses are designed to engage students immediately in the intellectual life of the college.