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Angela is a public information officer for the Media Relations + Content team with Marketing + Communications. She is the content and media representative for the College of Arts and Sciences (A & S), the College of Education, Criminal Justice and Human Services (CECH) and the College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning (DAAP).

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How to properly cool your home with a fan

June 5, 2024

Not everyone has access to air conditioning, but most everyone has access to a fan. A TIME magazine article gives instruction on how to best use fans as a coolant in hot weather, with window fan instructions provided by Pravin Bhiwapurkar, an associate professor in the College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning (DAAP).

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Hourly retail workers are now wearing police-like body cameras

June 5, 2024

CNN coverage of using body cameras in retail operations includes expert opinion of John Eck, professor of criminal justice in the College of Education, Criminal Justice and Human Services. Eck states that the cameras could be useful for settling disputes over racial profiling or shoplifting.

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Did you have a good day at work?

June 4, 2024

Having a good day at work benefits you more than just mental happiness, says UC researcher Matt Huml, author of a recent study “Working to Live or Living to Work.” And UC health and wellness experts agree, citing campus resources for employees and students to benefit their well-being.

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Bearcat alums become Tiger’s footwear designers

May 23, 2024

With degrees in industrial design from DAAP, Charley Hudak and Cody Caldon designed athletic footwear for several companies before joining the design team at Sun Day Red, Tiger Woods’ new line of golf footwear and performance apparel.

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Ex-smokers who vape at higher risk of lung cancer

May 21, 2024

Ashley Merianos, PhD, is cited as an expert in two recent Deutsche Welle articles on vaping research. Merianos, a prolific tobacco researcher, is an assistant professor of human services in UC's College of Education, Criminal Justice and Human Services (CECH).

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The Verge: The teens making friends with AI chatbots

May 9, 2024

Kelly Merrill, an assistant professor of health communications and technology in the University of Cincinnati's College of Arts and Sciences, was cited in an article on teen use of AI chatbots for friendship and therapy purposes. Merrill, who studies the mental and social health benefits of communication technologies, told The Verge that extensive research has been conducted on AI chatbots that provide mental health support, and the results are largely positive.