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PROFILE: Losses Take Toll, But Grad Never Gives Up

June 22, 2003

Renee Richardson, a staff member in Judaic Studies and longtime UC employee, was once told she would never graduate from college. This year, she graduates with her second bachelor s degree. On top of her work and academic demands, she has faced one loss after another, including the murder of one of her sons in Indianapolis.

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Leonard's Big Day A Big Story In Business Education

June 17, 2003

After 20 years as a Wall Street executive, Ana Leonard now has her PhD in management from UC, a milestone in personal achievement but also in helping to create a more welcoming environment in business schools for minority students.

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CBA Graduation Ceremony Turns Into Father-Daughter Night

June 17, 2003

Michael Schear wasn't just a proud father when his daughter Jackie graduated magna cum laude from the College of Business Administration, he was also a proud fellow graduate. He had the honor last week of also receiving his diploma earned 22 years earlier -- an event missed the first time around because of the birth of his daughter.

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PROFILE: Wow, What a Thesis! It's Worth $132 Million

June 16, 2003

Matt Lones is not even finished with his master's thesis, and already, the development dreams that were the seeds of his thesis topic are becoming a waterfront reality along Lake Erie as the $132 million Bayfront Urban Revitalization Plan.

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Commencement 2003: Caps, Gowns and Quips

June 12, 2003

CBS' correspondent Bill Geist delivered a commencement keynote of comedy and fatherly advice to the University of Cincinnati's graduating class of 2003. Part of that adivce: "Keep your caps and gowns on forever. Everybody smiles at you, hugs you and gives you gifts."

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UC Professor Receives Silver Medal

June 12, 2003

Grace LeMasters, PhD, received the Outstanding Public Service Medal for her contributions to the improvement of defense operations.

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Grandma's Energy Fuels C-Ring Winner

June 11, 2003

This year's outstanding female graduate is a dynamo. A Lindner Honors-PLUS Scholar, Regina Schneider has been named CBA s Outstanding Student in International Business. She also is receiving a global studies certificate in the University Honors Scholars Program. On top of her studies, this magna cum laude grad has co-oped and kept up a rigorous pace of service to UC and the community. Her drive, she says, comes at least in part from her Oma, her German-born grandma.

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This Grad Times Her Labor to Commencement

June 11, 2003

Graduate Stephanie Redden, 24, wanted to have a family before a career. That's why the graphic design major timed her second child so carefully. Baby Graham will be born just before commencement, and in a few months, Stephanie -- her family established -- will focus on career.

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UC-Albanian Project Exhibited at World Congress

June 9, 2003

An exhibit of photos related to the work of a University of Cincinnati archaeology project in Albania will be one of the activities at the Fifth World Archaeological Congress meeting in Washington, D.