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Rajiv Satyal Calls Himself the "Funny Indian"

July 25, 2005

UC College of Engineering alumnus disproves old stereotypes about Procter & Gamble employees, about Indians, about College of Engineering alumni. Well, two out of three ain t bad.


Good Things Come in Nano Packages at the University of Cincinnati

August 25, 2005

In recognition for its commitment to nanotechnology, UC was recently ranked #2 in the United States for nanotechnology education by Small Times magazine. And in July, Nanoengineering of Structural, Functional and Smart Materials was published by CRC Press. The volume, which was co-edited by UC s Mark Schulz, contains 24 chapters, four of which are co-authored by UC faculty. 


What's Nano at UC?

September 1, 2005

UC created its Institute for Nanoscale Science and Technology to offer promise of ground-breaking advances in physics, chemistry, materials science, electronics and medicine. The institute was developed through collaboration among UC s McMicken College of Arts & Sciences, the Colleges of Engineering and Medicine, and the Vice President for Research and Advanced Studies. Many nanotechnology activities are taking place at the University of Cincinnati. 


Fellowship of the Wing West, That Is

September 1, 2005

Two students from UC s College of Business have been accepted as Presidential Fellows in the Center for the Study of the Presidency (CSP) Program. Brian Delany and Andrew Jandes will be the University of Cincinnati s first Scholar Fellows. The College of Business was invited to nominate students to be part of this unique and prestigious program.


Meet the University of Cincinnati's Presidential Fellows

September 5, 2005

Andrew Jandes and Brian Delany have been selected to participate in the prestigious Center Fellows Program, part of the Center for the Study of the Presidency. Now it's time to meet the two fellows who will represent us in Washington, D.C.