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Recipient of America s Nobel To Be Honored At UC Commencement

June 2, 2005

UC faculty member Elwood V. Jensen was recognized with the Lasker Award last fall for his revolutionary research that transformed the treatment of breast cancer patients. This spring, he receives the UC Award for Excellence at the 2005 Commencement.


PROFILE: UC Mom's Moral Support Turns Into Magna Cum Laude Honors

June 2, 2005

When Ebony Warren decided to enroll at UC as a history major, her mom Janet decided to offer moral support by taking some classes with her daughter. Now, both will end up graduating together on June 10, with mom pulling the biggest surprise of all -- magna cum laude status.


Education Pioneer To Be Honored By UC

June 2, 2005

His foundation is Ohio s largest public education philanthropy. The University of Cincinnati will honor Chad P. Wick for his vision and dedication to improving education at the 2005 Commencement.


George J. Wile Honored For Supporting Medical Research

June 2, 2005

He turned a life-threatening illness into a learning opportunity, contributing millions of dollars to cancer and medical research. George J. Wile will receive an honorary doctorate at UC s Commencement on June 10.


UC Will Deliver Rare Book Back To Germany

June 1, 2005

A rare book will be returned to Germany, courtesy of a Kentucky man who contacted UC s German scholars as he explored the history of the book, left to him in a family will.


Bolder C-paw Makes Its Debut

May 31, 2005

The stronger, more aggressive C-paw -- the symbol of UC's athletic teams -- made its formal debut on Wednesday.


Hacker Accessed Employee Information

May 30, 2005

Investigators have determined that a hacker gained access to employee information in UC's computer system. Vice President and Chief Information Officer Fred Siff has issued the following update on the situation.


Croft Named Chief Investment Officer

May 30, 2005

A University of Cincinnati alumnus has been selected to manage the university's endowment, which generates $45 million annually to support academic programs.


Want to Travel Abroad? Check Your English First!

May 26, 2005

The Department of English offers a variety of study tours where students can receive course credit to travel to another country and experience cultures they had previously only read about in traditional courses.