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PROFILE: Peace Corps Leads Student to Study Planning

December 13, 2004

University of Cincinnati student Rebekah Kranch of Mansfield, Ohio, spent two years in the Peace Corps where she taught English in Bulgaria. This fall, she started as a master s student in UC s School of Planning and is now organizing home-buying classes in Over-the-Rhine.


Prestigious Grant Is a Boost for Doctoral Students

December 8, 2004

The University of Cincinnati is among a handful of schools across the nation to receive a $2.6 million grant to identify and then dislodge the barriers that prevent PhD students from completing their degrees.


UC, International Students Build on Avondale s Vision for Itself

December 8, 2004

Avondale residents are among the most active in the city.  As such, they ve long focused on a vision of revitalization for their community.  Next week, a group of UC planning students as well as students from Europe will contribute to the community s goals.


UC Honored For Supporting Walk As One

December 7, 2004

UC is recognized as the top fund-raising school team in what has become the city s largest interracial walkathon to promote unity and justice.


Bowl-bound Bearcats Seek Your Support

December 7, 2004

The UC football team has once again qualified for college football's Bowl season, this time having landed a berth in the Dec. 23 Fort Worth Bowl against Marshall University. Check out a special Web site set up by UC Athletics for full details, including ticket and travel package options.


Final Day Approaches For Law's Military Care Package Campaign

December 7, 2004

The UC Law Library and a number of other groups from the college are promoting a care package campaign this holiday season for members of our military serving overseas. If you're interested in helping out, hurry, because the final day for donations is Dec. 9.


UC Design Program Pulls Rank: Named Best in the Nation

December 2, 2004

For the sixth straight year, professionals across the nation have ranked the University of Cincinnati s interior design program as the nation s best. And in the latest 2005 national rankings, UC s undergraduate architecture program was rated number 2 in the nation.


Astronomer Levy To Speak At UC On Dec. 7

November 30, 2004

David Levy, well-known author and public speaker who co-discovered Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9, will talk about links between astronomy and literature in a Dec. 7 lecture.