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Cincinnati Pride Grants Are Making Dreams Come True At The University of Cincinnati

January 26, 2004

The Cincinnati Pride Grant exemplifies UC s dedication to its partnership with Cincinnati Public Schools. Qualifying graduates of Cincinnati Public Schools can earn a quality degree from the University of Cincinnati without struggling under the distraction and worry of mounting debt, but they need to act now. Applications for federal financial aid opened in January.


Production Will Benefit Ohio Innocence Project

January 20, 2004

The Ohio Innocence Project, based within the University of Cincinnati College of Law, will be the beneficiary from the Ensemble Theatre of Cincinnati's upcoming regional premiere of "A Lesson Before Dying."


Three From McMicken Earn NEH Fellowships

January 20, 2004

The McMicken College of Arts and Sciences distinguished itself as a leader in the field of research after three of its professors recently received National Endowment for Humanities (NEH) fellowships.


Preparing For A Terrorist Attack -- UC Workshop Targets Ohio Schools

January 20, 2004

Educators, administrators, law enforcement and emergency workers packed the house Jan. 20 at the first of 10 workshops that will take place across the state of Ohio. They put their expertise and their emergency school manuals to work as they responded to a hypothetical chemical attack on a local high school.


UC Dance Team Wins National Competition

January 19, 2004

The University of Cincinnati dance team finished first in the hip hop division at the 2004 College Cheerleading and Dance Team Nationals over the weekend, scoring the first national championship in team history. The finish by the dancers was one of three top-10 finishes earned by Bearcat squads in the weekend competition.