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TONIGHT: A Taste of Asia

March 2, 2003

Panel discussions, movies, games, a talent show and a Friday Night Live full of food will transport campus to Asia without any travel.

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Picture It: A Poster is Worth a Thousand Words

March 2, 2003

Almost 200 of UC s graduate students are going to deliver a quick sketch of their latest research efforts during a Poster Forum set for noon-4 p.m. Friday, March 7, on the conference level of UC s Kingsgate Marriott Conference Center.

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UC Alumna to Speak at Town Meeting During National Uninsured Week

February 28, 2003

Marilyn Hughes Gaston, MD, University of Cincinnati (UC) College of Medicine alumna and former assistant surgeon general and director of the Bureau of Primary Health Care, is the keynote speaker at a town meeting hosted by UC and The Health Alliance on March 11.

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Elwood Jensen Named Strauss Chair for Cancer Research

February 28, 2003

Elwood V. Jensen, PhD, visiting professor in the Department of Cell Biology, Neurobiology and Anatomy, Vontz Center for Molecular Studies at the University of Cincinnati (UC) Medical Center, is the first person to receive the John and Gladys Strauss Chair in Cancer Research.

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UC Presidential Search

February 27, 2003

Information about UC's search for a new president to succeed President Joseph A. Steger.

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'Viva Espana' Celebrates Spanish Music

February 26, 2003

The music of Chapí, Bizet, Rimsky-Korsakov, Falla and Ravel will be featured in a March 13 performance by CCM's Philharmonia and Concert Orchestras.

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New Center Assists Largest 'Major': Undecided Students

February 25, 2003

An estimated 50 percent of undergraduates across the nation are undecided about their major or will switch majors. UC's new Center for Exploratory Studies, with its grand opening on Monday, Feb. 17, will work to guide students to the right academic pathway.

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CBA Honors Cincinnati's Business Achievers

February 25, 2003

New Bengals coach Marvin Lewis helped the College of Business Administration honor three outstanding individuals at the 18th annual Cincinnati Business Achievement Awards.

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UC Introduces Two New Faculty Entrepreneur Awards

February 25, 2003

Recognizing the importance of entrepreneurial activity to UC, as well as our region and state, two new awards have been created for exceptional faculty achievement in promoting and maximizing the commercial potential and human benefits of university intellectual property and/or research. Both awards are open to faculty in all UC colleges.

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PROFILE: The Full Story on Taxes

February 24, 2003

Paul Caron of the UC College of Law has turned his interest in tax policy and better ways to teach it into a new series of legal textbooks for one of the nation's largest legal education publishers.

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UC Students' Work Has Ohio on Verge of Historic Vote

February 24, 2003

Ohio legislators are expected this week to confer their approval upon the 14th Amendment, laying to rest historical questions about Ohio's stance on the issue that were raised through research by UC law students.