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M.B. Reilly is Executive Director of Media Relations + Content and UC’s Spokesperson.

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Technology Devised at UC to Receive Governor's Award

November 11, 2002

In 1998, University of Cincinnati researchers unveiled a novel electronic network to increase equipment safety, improve student education and reduce costs in high school and college chem labs. Their system, called MeasureNet, will be recognized with a Governor's Award for Excellence in Energy Efficiency on Nov. 12, 2002, in Columbus.

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Celebrating CAS' Deep Roots in Cincinnati

November 11, 2002

UC s College of Applied Science (CAS) is set to celebrate its rich heritage as the quiet cornerstone upon which Cincinnati industry, learning and culture has built itself since the school s founding on Nov. 20, 1828. The school was founded as the Ohio Mechanics Institute, the first school dedicated to technical education west of the Alleghenies. On Wednesday, Nov. 20, the college will toast its birth with a Founder s Day reception from 4:30-6:30 p.m. in the first floor of the CAS Administration Building, 2220 Victory Parkway.

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Hispanics: The Majority Minority

December 9, 2002

Look for December 12 on your standard U.S. office calendar, and you will see "Virgin of Guadalupe" marking the date. The notation is a telling sign of the growing reach and influence of Hispanic immigrants in the U.S., an influence that's expected to continue to increase until, one day, the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe will be comparable to and as mainstream as St. Patrick's Day in the U.S. Just as we're all Irish for one day, we'll all "be," and celebrate Hispanic culture just as widely. Already, our experts say, the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe is no longer limited to those of Mexican birth or descent. Her day is observed by U.S. Hispanic immigrants from diverse countries and backgrounds. What's more, "gringos" are starting to participate in the feast too. As the 12th approaches, the University of Cincinnati e-briefing examines this feast and other issues related to U.S. Hispanics, who, according to the latest census figures, are the largest minority in the nation.  

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Time: Perceptions and Possibilities

December 19, 2002

The intangible nature and properties of time pervade human intellectual thought, particularly philosophy, physics, psychology and religion.

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The Hard Work of Vigilance Can Improve on Cue

January 8, 2003

Vital vigilance tasks crucial to fighter pilots, air-traffic controllers, airport-security personnel and to varied industries is hard work for the human brain. But the brain drain can be reduced and performance enhanced by prompting attention, according to research by a team of University of Cincinnati and Catholic University of America psychologists.

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E-BRIEF: Let's Toast to a Healthier 2003

January 8, 2003

The New Year often means a new health kick: Vows to tone up and trim down, and maybe going to the doctor and getting ourselves as regularly "maintenanced" as we do our cars. So, this week's University of Cincinnati e-briefing examines the health concerns of the young and old, and what you should be doing to preserve your good health.