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UC Tsunami Relief Fund Runs Through Feb. 9

January 18, 2005

The University of Cincinnati Tsunami Relief Fund Campaign is part of a partnership involving similar efforts at Xavier and Northern Kentucky University to provide aid to the tsunami victims.


Law School Plans Women's Conference On Law And Social Change

January 18, 2005

The conference, "Women Coming Together," is sponsored by the Ford Foundation and will provide opportunities to develop new strategies, expand and enhance coalitions, and share ideas about how to claim the law as a vehicle for social change. The focus will be on women's health and well-being.


'Take A Kid To The Game' Promotion Coming To UC On Sunday

January 18, 2005

Individual youngsters age 12 and under will get in free when accompanied by a paying adult to the Jan. 23 women's basketball game vs. TCU at the Fifth Third Arena at Shoemaker Center. The promotion is part of the 10th annual "Take A Kid To The Game" Day celebration.


Communication Department Raises Its Voice

January 17, 2005

More than 5,500 college professors, graduate students, and communication professionals attended the 90th meeting of the National Communication Association (NCA), but the voice of McMicken's communication department was nevertheless loud and clear.


Meet...Beth Walter Honadle

January 17, 2005

Beth Walter Honadle, director of the Institute for Policy Research and professor of political science, says that her passion is conducting research that is policy-relevant and then making it accessible to policy makers.


Classics Department Does It Again

January 17, 2005

Alexander and Troy may have bombed at the box office, but there was standing room only when they were subjects for the classics department's mini-symposia.


Neuroscience's Missing Piece

January 17, 2005

When John Bickle, head of the philosophy department and three McMicken undergraduates traveled to Hungary to participate in a study abroad program he helped design, he wasn't thinking only of the one-week block course he was scheduled to teach.



January 17, 2005

The January 7, 2005 edition of The Chronicle of Higher Education contains a special report on what it calls A Year of Recovery in Higher Education.


Limbach Receives NIH Grant

January 17, 2005

Congratulations to Patrick Limbach, associate professor of chemistry, whose NIH award was recently announced. He will receive $1,530,913 for his proposal titled Mass Spectrometry of Ribosomal RNA: Protein Intercations.