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UC College of Business holds Sarbanes-Oxley Act on May 20

May 18, 2005

UC College of Business will host a symposium on the Sarbanes-Oxley Act on May 20 from 1:30 to 5 pm. Sarbanes-Oxley was signed into law in July 2002 with the intent of restoring public confidence in the accounting industry. How successful has it been? Given that we are approaching the three-year anniversary of the act, it may be appropriate to consolidate our experience and assess what it means for the future of the profession.

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UC Scholarships Create Success Stories

May 17, 2005

Olympian, UC grad and graphic designer Becky Ruehl supports UC scholarships because she believes they allow students to fully experience college. Her swimming scholarship allowed her to live on campus and get involved in activities. Learn more about Becky and how student scholarships make a difference at http://giveto.uc.edu/gift/giftsatwork.asp#ruehl.

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Meet…Meera Sehgal

May 16, 2005

When we meet a faculty member on this page, we are usually saying hello, but this time, we are telling Meera Sehgal goodbye.

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Congratulations to Katherine Gutzwiller

May 16, 2005

Congratulations to Kathy Gutzwiller, who has just been announced as the winner of the 2004 Gildersleeve Prize, bestowed by the American Journal of Philology for the best article each year.

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Faculty: Sign Up For September Institute

May 16, 2005

The Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning is sponsoring an institute to build faculty learning communities to serve as resources for teaching excellence.

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Phi Beta Kappa Initiates Selected

May 16, 2005

'Philosophia Biou Kubernetes. The English translation of this Greek motto is Love of wisdom, the guide of life. Phi, Beta, , and Kappa, the initials that begin each Greek word, stand for the most distinguished academic society that liberal arts majors can achieve.

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The New Organization On The Block

May 16, 2005

UC students interested in breaking into the competitive field of public relations were given a great opportunity when the Student Activities Council approved the Public Relations Student Organization (PRSO) as a UC student organization.

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Q&A: Elke Bushbeck

May 16, 2005

Elke Buschbeck, assistant professor of biological sciences, has a unique research focus--the eyes of three different insects.

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PROFILE: UC Law Student Preps To Help Community

May 16, 2005

The UC College of Law's 172nd annual Hooding Ceremony takes place May 21, marking the finish line for Sean Arthurs and about 125 other third-year law students. Arthurs will then prepare to help the burgeoning Latino community in Greater Cincinnati with their legal needs, after he was awarded one of the nation's most prestigous law fellowships on the basis of his proposals to serve that community.