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The world is driven by liquid-vapor phase change

April 4, 2024

University of Cincinnati professor Kishan Bellur is captivated by evaporation - a phenomena that is happening all the time, all around us, but few of us notice. Most liquid surfaces, for example, water in a test tube, are not flat. There is a slight curvature to it called the meniscus. As the liquid evaporates, it climbs up the side of the tube forming a very thin liquid film that is hard to see with the naked eye. Understanding the evaporation process and the behavior of these films are the focus of Bellur's latest research.


CCM Professor Brett Scott wins George Rieveschl Jr. Award

April 3, 2024

The 2024 winners of the University of Cincinnati’s All-University Faculty Awards were honored during an April 2 ceremony. Winners, selected by their peers, were honored for their outstanding work in the areas of distinguished research, excellence in teaching, leadership, and more.


What is Social Justice?

April 3, 2024

As societal challenges grow in impact and urgency, this UC multidisciplinary program is tailored for students who want to have an impact on the world. The College of Arts and Sciences has introduced a Bachelor of Arts in Social Justice major, a collaborative initiative amongst the arts and sciences.


Pitching for Platelets

April 3, 2024

Pitching for Platelets! Exclusive Opportunity for Hoxworth Platelet Donors with the Cincinnati Reds


AtriCure is top co-op employer for UC biomedical engineering students

April 3, 2024

As one of the largest co-op employers in the region and a leading provider of innovative technologies for the treatment of Atrial Fibrillation and other related conditions, AtriCure, Inc. is also one of the largest co-op employers for students at the University of Cincinnati. In fact, they are the number one co-op employer for biomedical engineering students at the College of Engineering and Applied Science. Co-op is integrated into all CEAS undergraduate programs, enabling students to alternate semesters in the classroom with semesters of full-time, paid, co-op work.


UC alum delivers virtual startup in e-commerce fulfillment

April 2, 2024

University of Cincinnati alumnus Jason Harbert attended the College of Engineering. He is the co-founder and chief technology officer (CTO) of Flowspace, partnering with CEO Ben Eachus. They combined their passion, skillsets and experience to create a cutting-edge full-service fulfillment management solution for direct-to-consumer (DTC) and business-to-business (B2B) models.