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Feb. 17 "Culture and Conquest" Lecture Reflects Today's World

February 11, 2004

The 2004 Ropes Lecture Series presents "Languages of Imperialism: The Cultural Dimensions of Conquest" at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 17, in Room 427 of the Engineering Research Center. Featuring visiting authors Susan Hegeman and John Carlos Rowe, the event is free and open to the public.

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UC Team Pinpoints Site of Archaic Temple

February 10, 2004

Without even excavating, University of Cincinnati archaeologists aided Albanian colleagues by pinpointing the site of an Archaic Temple from the ancient Greek colony of Epidamnus.

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Fine Arts Sampler Lineup Set For Saturday At Clermont

February 10, 2004

Activities for children, storytellers, and dance, as well as an evening performance by the Clermont Philharmonic Orchestra, will highlight a Cincinnati Fine Arts Sampler program this weekend at Clermont College.

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McMicken Professor Named Cincinnati Chemist of the Year

February 10, 2004

For the 24th time since 1950, a UC professor has been named Cincinnati Chemist of the Year by the Cincinnati Section of the American Chemical Society. Tom Beck, a physical chemist with research interests in theoretical and computational chemistry, is the 2004 recipient of the award.

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UC Classics Celebrates 80 Years of Expeditions

February 10, 2004

'A newly discovered Archaic Greek temple, a long tradition of discoveries at Troy and the Palace of Nestor, plus current work by University of Cincinnati archaeologists are showcased in this salute to the 80th anniversary of archaeology in UC's classics department.

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UC Classics Celebrates 80 Years of Expeditions

February 10, 2004

A newly discovered Archaic Greek temple, a long tradition of discoveries at Troy and the Palace of Nestor, plus current work by University of Cincinnati archaeologists are showcased in this salute to the 80th anniversary of archaeology in UC's classics department.

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Industrial Art Exhibit Builds Up Steam Through March 5

February 10, 2004

The tools of Cincinnati s trades from an 1887 paddle-boat steam engine model to the latest design software are on exhibit in the UC Galleries Downtown. This Exhibit of Arts & Industry is just one in a series of events celebrating the 175th anniversary of UC s College of Applied Science.

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Book By UC Business Prof Earns Crosby Medal

February 10, 2004

Professor James Evans, a prolific author and UC faculty member in the Department of Quantitative Analysis and Operations Management in the College of Business, has won the American Society for Quality's prestigious Crosby Medal for 2004.

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CAS Previews New Auditorium Facility

February 10, 2004

Get a sneak preview of the newest addition at the College of Applied Science -- a state-of-the-art auditorium. The as-yet unnamed room will hold up to 179 people and is located in the rear part of the CAS property, where the back parking lot was previously located.

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Operation Warm-Up Brings Comfort To Cincinnati s Homeless

February 10, 2004

Beginning at 5 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 12, student volunteers from the University of Cincinnati, Xavier and Northern Kentucky University will work together to assemble special care packages at UC s Hillel Jewish Student Center, located at 2615 Clifton Ave.

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Singer's Performance to Draw on Native American Culture

February 8, 2004

On Saturday, Feb. 28, celebrate Native American culture and music at Raymond Walters College as Ginny Frazier and Circles and Arrows perform as part of ARTrageous Saturdays, a performing arts series for children.

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Rebecca Poland

February 8, 2004

UC chemical engineering major Rebecca Poland, a full Cincinnatus Scholar, is earning real-world experience on the job in Cincinnati.

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Wear Red for Heart Health In February

February 5, 2004

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for American women. UC Heart and Vascular Center will offer free cholesterol screenings in February in conjunction with American Heart Month.