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UC Women s Center Seeks Volunteers for New Peer Advocate Program

April 25, 2005

The UC Women s Center launches a new program to provide peer support to survivors of sexual assault, intimate-partner violence and stalking. The program will recruit and train 15 students to advocate for and assist student survivors, serving as yet another dimension of UC s support system. Application deadline is May 2.


UC's Health Sciences Library Presents Photo Exhibit by Jon Hughes

April 27, 2005

In April 2004, Jon Hughes, photojournalist and UC professor of English and journalism, spent 18 days photographing the work of UC Family Practice physicians, nurses, residents and students as they traveled on the Amazon from village to village conducting day-long clinics. The result is Medicine in the Amazon River Headwaters, an exhibit of Hughes black and white images. The photos will be available for viewing in the UC Health Sciences Library in the Medical Sciences Building from May 1 through June 12, with a reception and gallery talk on May 15 from 2 to 4 p.m.


UC's "E-Center" Holds 7th Annual Entrepreneurship Recognition Banquet May 13

May 8, 2005

The UC Center for Entrepreneurship Education & Research ("E-Center") recognizes entrepreneurial leadership and excellence at its annual Entrepreneurship Recognition Banquet each spring. The banquet, which was first held in 1999, recognizes both successful entrepreneurs who have a connection to the University of Cincinnati community, as well as students who represent the next generation of entrepreneurs.


Twenty-two Finalists for 83rd Annual C-Ring to Be Awarded May 14

May 9, 2005

The C-Ring is an award given each spring to the outstanding graduating senior women at UC. Selected by a diverse committee of UC faculty, staff, students and alumnae, the winner is announced at the annual banquet, which will be Saturday, May 14 this year.


PULSE Summit at UC Presents Info on Status of Women and Girls in Greater Cincinnati

May 12, 2005

Hundreds gathered on May 13 in the Great Hall in UC s Tangeman University Center to hear about and discuss the status of women and girls in the eight-county area around and including Cincinnati. The summit, which ran from noon to 6 p.m., presented many noteworthy speakers to an audience of Cincinnati s foremost leading women. 


UC College of Business holds Sarbanes-Oxley Act on May 20

May 18, 2005

UC College of Business will host a symposium on the Sarbanes-Oxley Act on May 20 from 1:30 to 5 pm. Sarbanes-Oxley was signed into law in July 2002 with the intent of restoring public confidence in the accounting industry. How successful has it been? Given that we are approaching the three-year anniversary of the act, it may be appropriate to consolidate our experience and assess what it means for the future of the profession.