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Iranian Prof to Speak at RWC about Islam and Women

March 11, 2003

Azar Nafisi, who was a professor in her homeland of Iran for 15 years, will offer her stories of Iranian women, Islamic radicals and the chaotic times of the Islamic Revolution in a lecture on April 4 at 7 p.m. in the Raymond Walters College theater. Nafisi has a new book, "Reading Lolita in Tehran," due out later this month.

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University Rules Now Available on Web

March 11, 2003

The University Rules, as set out by the UC Board of Trustees, are now available online in a searchable format. For full details on how to find and use the rules, check out this announcement that was distributed to UC's Deans, Directors and Department Heads electronic mailing list.

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UC College of Nursing Announces Scholarship Winner

March 10, 2003

The University of Cincinnati College of Nursing has awarded the National Speaking of Women's Health (SWH) Scholarship for a Women's Health graduate student at the UC College of Nursing to Holly Hinkle, RN, BSN.

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Richard Lindner Pledges $10.2 Million to Varsity Village

March 9, 2003

Prominent Cincinnati philanthropist and businessman Richard E. Lindner has committed $10.2 million to the University of Cincinnati's Varsity Village athletic facilities enhancement project, the university announced today. In recognition of Mr. Lindner's generosity, UC's athletic complex will be named the Richard E. Lindner Varsity Village and the new athletic center, which will be the centerpiece of Varsity Village, will be named the Richard E. Lindner Center.

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UC Students Fired Up for Welding

March 9, 2003

Music students as well as those in the arts, engineering, pharmacy and horticulture come together quarter after quarter to play with fire at UC's College of Applied Science (CAS).

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UC, Harvard Researchers Link PLN Protein Mutations to Heart Failure

March 7, 2003

Researchers at the University of Cincinnati and Harvard have newly published studies showing that mutations of the human PLN gene are linked to heart failure. The UC research, led by Litsa Kranias, PhD, professor of pharmacology and cell biophysics, appears in the February 26 edition of the Journal of Clinical Investigations.