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Develop professionalism, leadership through ROTC at UC

November 15, 2023

Most college students spend their summers catching up on classes and working part-time jobs. Not Alicia Van ‘t Riet, who spent the summer of her freshman year in Kyrgyzstan in Central Asia, and the summer of her sophomore year in Estonia – all without paying a dime.


UC alum: From the gridiron to the stars

November 9, 2023

Dakotah Tyler spent his youth in football, believing his future success was in athletics. However, through sadness he persevered and found a passion he otherwise wouldn’t have ever dreamed of. Now, Tyler is continuing his exploration of the stars as a PhD student at UCLA, working towards a career in science communication.


UC grad students bring geosciences to Northside Farmers Market

November 8, 2023

Families bring their children to Cincinnati’s Northside Farmers Market every Wednesday, rain or shine, for the vibrant social hub and healthy, and affordable foods. This year, a group of UC grad students has added a new feature to the 20-year-old market tradition— Science Harvest, an outreach initiative designed to share science with local communities through conversation and hands-on learning activities.


UC professor wins recognition for scholarship in India’s caste system

November 6, 2023

UC’s Shailaja Paik has been awarded the 2023 John F. Richards Prize in South Asian History for her book “The Vulgarity of Caste: Dalits, Sexuality and Humanity in Modern India.” Paik is an associate professor of history in the College of Arts and Sciences. Conferred by the American Historical Association, the competitive award recognizes the most distinguished work of scholarship on South Asian History published in English. Applicants are evaluated on the basis of depth of research, methodological innovation, conceptual originality and literary excellence.


UC’s journalism department adds state-of-the-art TV studio

November 3, 2023

The journalism industry has changed dramatically over the years, and now the journalism department in UC’s College of Arts has added a professional grade television studio give its students an edge in an increasingly competitive field.


UC journalism program partners with video-workflow platform Latakoo

October 17, 2023

The University of Cincinnati has entered a partnership with the video workflow company Latakoo. Used by broadcasters around the world, the platform first became available in the classroom to aspiring journalists in UC’s College of Arts and Sciences this semester. It is the first such educational partnership for Latakoo, which will be used to train students on industry-standard video workflow to produce news stories, with an eye toward giving UC journalism graduates an edge in an increasingly competitive market, as the industry needs more multimedia-trained journalists.


UC grad finds success following her passion, studying the stars

October 9, 2023

Amanda Bauer might have spent her career travelling the globe with a degree in French, but the future had other plans. Instead, she found her calling in astronomy through UC’s College of Arts and Sciences. Bauer graduated from UC in 2002 with a Bachelor of Science with high honors. Today, she is deputy director and head of science and education for Yerkes Observatory in Wisconsin. Bauer came to UC with a dilemma like many other high school graduates; she knew what she wanted to study but was unsure of the path. “When I was growing up, I wanted to study astronomy, but had not met any scientists and honestly did not know it was physics. So, I majored in French thinking I could travel - my other passion,” said Bauer. Bauer came to see that her first choice was not the right fit, despite her love of travel. She loved astronomy, but no track or major existed within the university at the time.


UC presents lecture on liberal arts featuring Michael W. Twitty

Event: October 10, 2023 7:30 PM

The University of Cincinnati welcomes Michael W. Twitty, award-winning author of “The Cooking Gene: A Journey Through African American Culinary History in the Old South,” for a presentation next month. Twitty will share his views on the value of liberal arts study at a time when headlines show the discipline may be in decline. Titled “What’s It Got to Do With Me? The Importance of the Humanities to Contemporary American Life,” the event will be held Tuesday, October 10 at 7:30 p.m. at UC’s Probasco Auditorium, 2839 Clifton Ave. Presented by UC’s College of Arts and Sciences, and sponsored by Taft Research Center, The Jewish Foundation of Cincinnati, and a host of other supporters, the event is free and open to the public.


UC hosts expert symposium on COVID-19, now and then

Event: September 22, 2023 3:00 PM

The University of Cincinnati will host a symposium on the state’s response to the pandemic titled Ohio Under COVID: Lessons from America’s Heartland in Crisis. The event will feature Dr. Amy Acton, former director of the Ohio Department of Health, and authors and editors of the new book of the same title.