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UC program and Siemens breaking educational barriers for students with disabilities

December 22, 2023

Opening the pathways to STEM education for more people with a variety of experiences and backgrounds is important for spurring innovation, increasing inclusivity and combating unemployment in technical fields. As the world continues to become more entrenched in science and technology, STEM-related fields continue to grow and require more technical workers.

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A Legacy of Commitment: Sue Bourke and UC's School of Criminal Justice

April 24, 2023

When it comes to the School of Criminal Justice in the College of Education, Criminal Justice, Human Services and Information Technology (CECH), Bourke’s name stands out among her fellow Criminal Justice colleagues. As the program's undergraduate director, Bourke's 37-year-long commitment to her students and the field of Criminal Justice has helped shape the program and the futures of countless CJ professionals.

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TAP's 10-Year anniversary: looking back

March 27, 2023

The Transition and Access Program (TAP), housed within Advancement and Transition Services (ATS), has been a part of the University of Cincinnati for over a decade. Founded in 2012, the program has become an integral part of the College of Education, Criminal Justice, and Human Services (CECH).

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UC takes a modern approach to mental health counseling

February 28, 2023

Madeleine Muller was the Uptown Campus' first embedded mental health counselor. The position is housed within the College of Education, Criminal Justice and Human Services (CECH), so that CECH students can walk right down the hall for guidance and assistance when they need it.