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UC grad sworn in as Hamilton County sheriff

March 23, 2021

Sheriff Charmaine McGuffey (CECH, Criminal Justice ’88) never imagined she’d be where she is today – the first woman and first openly gay person to serve as Hamilton County sheriff.


Mission possible: Perseverance and the path to Mars

March 26, 2021

As Perseverance hurtled toward its destination in February after years of preparation and a 7-month, 300-million-mile spaceflight, emotions ran deep among three recent University of Cincinnati graduates.


DAAP hosts third annual DAAPX Symposium virtually

March 30, 2021

UC alumni, friends and community members are invited to a virtual day of fast-paced, TEDtalk-style presentations on diverse projects and experiences from DAAP alumni across all majors and degrees.


UC Day of Giving brings Bearcat family together

March 31, 2021

UC Day of Giving, the University of Cincinnati’s annual, 24-hour celebration of community and philanthropy, will run from noon on Thursday, April 15 through noon on Friday, April 16.


UC LGBTQ Center founder takes on new diversity role

June 1, 2021

When Leisan Smith, ’99, ME ’03, began work this year as the inaugural chief equity officer at the prestigious Columbus School for Girls, the school’s staff and faculty were thrilled. The job description, they said, “was written for you.”


UC student athlete alum spends career paying it forward

June 3, 2021

Maggie McKinley-Maric, A&S ’00, was running hurdles for the University of Cincinnati track and field team when life placed different types of hurdles in her path. She was a rising sophomore when her mother was diagnosed with breast cancer. And she was a gay woman striving to find her way in a pre-enlightened world while sometimes feeling that she and her gay friends were “part of a secret society.”


How UCAA Engaged Alumni During COVID-19

June 3, 2021

When the COVID-19 pandemic scorched the past year’s calendar of events and travel plans, the University of Cincinnati Alumni Association, led by Chief Alumni Officer Jennifer Heisey ’97, found itself with a set of plans and preparations for 2020-21 that had become completely obsolete overnight.