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JETS Announces Winners of UC's TEAMS Competition

March 15, 2005

UC celebrated National Engineers' Week  with 600 high-school students from around Ohio and Kentucky  on Feb. 24 in the Tests of Engineering Aptitude, Mathematics and Science (TEAMS)  competition on the University of Cincinnati Uptown campus. The competition at UC is the largest TEAMS competition in the nation and is one of seven taking place in Ohio this spring.


View Photos Of UC's Battle With Kentucky

March 20, 2005

UC eventually fell to Kentucky in game two of the NCAA Tournament Saturday, but not before treating a record-setting crowd inside the RCA Dome in Indianapolis to a catfight they won t soon forget.


Balkans Expert To Deliver Law's Immigration And Nationality Lecture

March 28, 2005

Andre Gerolymatos, director of Hellenic Studies at Simon Fraser University and an international authority on Greece and the Balkans, will be speaking on "Nationalism and Ethnic Conflict" on March 31 at 3 p.m. at the UC College of Law. He is the 2005 distinguished lecturer for the journal "Immigration and Nationality Law Review," which is based at the college.


Steve Carlton Ford Analyzes Survey of Iraqi Teens

March 16, 2005

University of Cincinnati Associate Professor Steve Carlton-Ford is reporting an interesting preliminary finding in a rare survey that focuses on the attitudes of adolescents affected by war on their home soil.


Student Book Drive and Mentoring Encourages Dreams

March 8, 2005

I have never forgotten my community and how it is in need of assistance, and this seemed like a great opportunity, says Alyson Givens, organizer of a book drive by the Sociology Organization for Students (SOS).


Focus On…The Arrival Of Spring

March 14, 2005

After the long, cold months of winter, the appearance of daffodils, tulips, and hyacinths is a welcome sign of spring.


Deadline Approaching For Summer Honors Opportunity

March 8, 2005

The application deadline of April 15 is rapidly approaching for UC's Summer Honors Institute, a program that offers week-long residential experiences on campus for gifted 9th- and 10th-grade students. Sessions for this summer will focus on medical ethics, law and the language, and business innovation.