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Inaugural Paul B. Hammond Award Goes To NIEHS Director

February 7, 2003

In a ceremony held Jan. 14, 2003, Kenneth Olden, PhD, director of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) and the National Toxicology Program (NTP), received the inaugural Paul B. Hammond award.

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Law Alum to Speak on African-Americans in Civil War

February 6, 2003

Bernard Siler, a 1978 graduate of the UC College of Law, will be the featured speaker at the college's 2003 Minorty Law Day program. Siler will talk about his historical interest in the Civil War and the role of African-American soldiers.

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Updated "UCit Now" Available Online

February 4, 2003

The just-out edition of "UCit Now," UCit's electronic newsletter, features information about a range of communication and strategic planning topics at UC.

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Documentary Gives Voice to Architects

February 4, 2003

University of Cincinnati professors have designed a documentary that describes the professional life of architects. Next, they'll record the views of those involved in Zaha Hadid's Contemporary Arts Center.

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PROFILE: Cincinnatus Scholar Has Connections

February 2, 2003

Maribeth Mincey is one of 370 student volunteers assisting the Feb. 15 Cincinnatus Scholarship competition. This UC freshman is following in her father's footsteps as she enters UC, but through the Connections program, she's building a pathway of her own to a career in medicine.

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Leader of Fetal Surgery to Deliver Lectures at UC

January 31, 2003

An internationally recognized authority on fetal surgery will lecture at the UC Medical Center, representing the first of a series of lectures on fetal surgery presented by the department of Obstetrics and Gynecology (Ob/Gyn).