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

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1

It s Like New York Is Missing Its Two Front Teeth.

August 9, 2005

Kara Mealy was a 21-year-old UC co-op when she stepped off the subway directly under the World Trade Center on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, placing her at ground zero but in the dark about what was happening overhead.

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A Sampling of UC Co-op Achievements

August 9, 2005

Approximately 1,500 employers in all the diverse specialties within architecture, engineering, business, manufacturing, medicine, law, sports, design, education, government, development and public service employ close to 4,000 University of Cincinnati cooperative education students. 

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Where There s a War, There s a Way: Women Storm the Workforce

August 9, 2005

Co-ops graduated a little early that wartime spring of 1942 -- on April 10 to be exact. Recalled Florence Schroeder: The boys wore their ROTC uniforms under their caps and gowns and left immediately for the service from commencement. By April 20, I was on the job not as a secretary but as a statistical accountant. The employers hired us for men s positions. They even gave us girls golf lessons.

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Student Under Performance Pressure, Creating Designs to Bowl Them Over

January 23, 2005

University of Cincinnati graphic design senior Travis Lee is having a super co-op. That s because he s working an extended cooperative-education quarter with a small Utah design firm facing a mammoth challenge: creating all the city, stadium and airport graphics (banners, kiosks, murals) for the February 2005 Super Bowl.

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Design Student Sews Up A Bag Win

January 5, 2005

In an end-of-the-year international competition in France, University of Cincinnati fashion senior Mary Wolf handily won a Paris award for her unusual handbag design.

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Freshmen Fine Tune Old Appliances, Make Music For Their Peers

January 10, 2005

Take note: Freshman from the University of Cincinnati are banding together in small groups so they can turn cast-off ovens, refrigerators and dishwashers into musical instruments.  Then, they ll provide a free concert of original compositions at 7 p.m., Wednesday, Jan. 19, in Auditorium 4400 of the College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning.

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PROFILE: Students Sandwich Peace Corps Stints into Studies

January 30, 2005

Adam Sickmiller, 23, of Napoleon, Ohio, is one of three UC students taking advantage of a program linking UC's graduate planning program and the Peace Corps.  With one year of his graduate program under his belt, Adam -- and his wife, Danielle -- are currently living and working in Macedonia.   After his time in Eastern Europe, he'll return to UC to finish his degree.  Here's a chance to check on Adam's life and work in Macedonia: http://www.adamanddanielle.com

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Workshops to Boost African Americans, Women and Young Entrepreneurs

January 17, 2005

Realistic information for entrepreneuers in the global economy is the focus of a series coming up at UC.  Specific sessions will focus on African American entrepreneurs (Feb.23), women entrepreneurs (March 7) and young entrepreneurs (April 12 and 13).  All are free and open to the public.