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NYU Scholar to Discuss Judicial Review

October 28, 2003

Professor Barry Friedman of New York University will present the UC College of Law's 2003 William Howard Taft Lecturer on Constitutional Law on Nov. 3. Friedman's lecture, The Importance of Being Positive: The Nature and Function of Judicial Review," is open to the public and will also be available for live viewing through a UC Webcast.


UC Classmates Create Day of the Dead Altar

October 28, 2003

The Day of the Dead holiday in Mexico looks a lot like Halloween, but it s a bit different. UC students in a Spanish language class taught by Professor Kirsten Nigro have created a typical Day of the Dead altar laden with skulls, marigolds, candles, Mexican treats and photographs. It is displayed on campus through Friday, Oct. 31, and will head to the Cincinnati Museum Center this weekend.


Designing Winners: UC Projects Prized in International Film Festival

October 22, 2003

The prestigious Columbus International Film and Video Festival will soon recognize two university projects: an architectural CD-ROM and a mini-documentary that engagingly examines the lives, loyalty and work of a family running a poultry slaughterhouse. It s easier to appreciate the scope of the UC s win when you realize that past winners of Chris Awards include Discovery Channel, National Geographic Television and Film, NBC s Dateline and ABC News.


TV ALERT: "Stuck Song" Expert Kellaris On MSNBC Tonight

October 22, 2003

UC marketing professor James Kellaris, whose research looks at the secrets behind the songs that get stuck in our heads, will be a guest on "Countdown With Keith Olbermann" at 8 p.m. ET tonight on cable network MSNBC.


College Set to Sing a Happy Tune Real Soon: "Happy 175th Birthday!"

October 21, 2003

An incredible store of living history is represented by OMI-College of Applied Science graduates. Though some graduated seven decades ago, they're still true to their school and sharing stories of where they started from (and later life adventures) to mark the college's 175th anniversary year.


Poli Sci's Bishop Offers Analysis On Opinion

October 21, 2003

Analysis of an article about the intelligent design controversy penned by George Bishop, UC professor of political science and director of UC's Internet Public Opinion Laboratory, appeared in the most recent edition of The Wilson Quarterly, published by the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars.


Prison Experiences Of Minority Women Topic Of Lecture

October 21, 2003

The rate of incarceration of women has increased nearly 400 percent since 1980, with African American women constituting the largest percentage of this population. Paula C. Johnson, a law professor from Syracuse University and co-president of the Society of American Law Teachers, will discuss the reality of those who are in the system, and those who are working to help them in this Oct. 27 program at the UC College of Law.