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Business Courier: Physicist joins composer for fund-raiser discussion

Event: February 9, 2024 3:00 PM

Physicist Alan Lightman will take part in a fundraiser discussion for the nonprofit group the Well on Thursday, Feb. 8, with UC graduate and composer Brian Raphael Nabors. Lightman also will give a free public talk on "The Miraculous from the Material" at 3 p.m. Friday, Feb. 9, at Probasco Auditorium.

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Making design history courses more inclusive

February 5, 2024

For decades, students taking Design in History I and II courses at the University of Cincinnati College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning (DAAP) were learning design history based on a select group of notables — mostly male, white designers who achieved fame in the 20th century. However, in fall 2023, the college piloted new, more diverse content that is expected to be launched in fall 2024.

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30th Annual UC/PNC Economic Outlook

Event: February 23, 2024 7:15 AM

The UC Real Estate Center’s February Roundtable will celebrate the 30th iteration of the UC/PNC Economic Outlook Conference on Friday, February 23 at Music Hall in downtown Cincinnati.

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Get answers to all your co-op questions

At the University of Cincinnati, undergraduate engineering degrees take five years to complete, unlike the typical four-year bachelor's degree program. But that extra year is incredibly valuable for students to gain a head start on building their careers. Students receive unique, hands-on experiences during their time at the College of Engineering and Applied Science (CEAS) through the cooperative education (co-op) program. Co-op is built into the curriculum and students alternate between semesters in the classroom and semesters working full-time in industry or research.

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Main Street Ventures and UC 1819 Innovation Hub collaborate

February 2, 2024

In a significant step toward advancing our region's burgeoning startup ecosystem, the University of Cincinnati 1819 Innovation Hub proudly announces that Main Street Ventures (MSV), a non-profit capital deployment powerhouse for early-stage technology, retail and product manufacturing companies moved into the building this month. As reported by the Cincinnati Business Courier the new corporate partnership is set to usher in new possibilities for growth, creativity, and success for Cincinnati’s entrepreneurial trailblazers.

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Students can earn two degrees in one year in France and at UC

February 2, 2024

After spending five years as a Bearcat earning an undergraduate degree in mechanical engineering technology, Will Mnich decided to continue at the University of Cincinnati to earn not one, but two additional degrees in the aerospace engineering field. Mnich is a student in the Aero-Systems Operations (AESOP) dual degree program.

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CCM alum Joélle Harvey featured in upcoming CSO performances

February 1, 2024

CCM alumna Joélle Harvey (BM Voice ‘07, MM Voice ‘09) will join the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and the May Festival Chorus for three performances of Johannes Brahms' large-scale Ein Deutsches Requiem (A German Requiem) at Cincinnati Music Hall later this month. Presented as part of Louis Langrée's final season as music director of the CSO, this large-scale work was written for orchestra and chorus with soprano and baritone soloists, and the CSO's Feb. 9-11 performances will feature Harvey as the soprano soloist, along with baritone soloist Will Liverman in his debut with the CSO.

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UC receives record $314M in research awards

February 1, 2024

The University of Cincinnati received a record $314 million in research awards in 2023, topping the previous year by 17% as the university pursues new innovations across its colleges.