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National Down Syndrome Society partners with UC Health’s Timothy...

November 21, 2022

The National Down Syndrome Society (NDSS) and UC Health’s Timothy Freeman, MD, Center for Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities are working together to advance care for adults with Down syndrome and other intellectual and developmental disabilities in the Greater Cincinnati region and nationwide. Through a gift of $100,000, NDSS is supporting a program manager for the center that will allow clinical teams to grow a model of holistic, patient-centered care that the organization hopes can be replicated in other areas of the country.

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Empowering patients through physician education

October 18, 2022

Sarah Pickle, MD, often hears transgender patients express gratitude for being celebrated by their health care team. Pickle, a physician with UC Health and an associate professor of Family and Community Medicine at the UC College of Medicine, is an advocate for transgender medicine within her practice and at the college.

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Walk Ahead for a Brain Tumor Cure is Oct. 16

Event: October 16, 2022 8:00 AM

Christmas Day 2015 was a memorable one for Stephanie Cox and her family. Her stepfather, Al Williams, had an acoustic neuroma brain tumor removed at UC Health and was home in time for the holiday.

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Slice Night returns Sept. 21 with all-you-can-eat pizza

Event: September 21, 2022 5:00 PM

Cincinnati Magazine’s popular Slice Night is returning to Yeatman's Cove for an evening of all-you-can-eat pizza for an incredible cause. The 9th annual Slice Night benefiting the UC Cancer Center is set for 5-9 p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 21.

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91.7 WVXU: New research fellow at UC will work to find policy...

July 12, 2022

WVXU spoke with UC College of Law Dean Verna Williams about a new research fellow focused on workforce housing. The Ian Bruce Eichner Research Fellowship in Workforce Housing Policy Fund was made possible by a $500,000 gift from Bruce Eichner, JD ’69.

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Through time and space, a family grounded in education

July 11, 2022

It was typical for Tom Davis, ’83 CEAS, during his teenage years, to find guests at the dinner table. He often dined with students that his parents had met through their work at the University of Cincinnati. Tom’s father, R.T. Davis, was the chair of aerospace engineering at the UC College of Engineering and Applied Science in the 1970s. His mother, Barbara Davis, tutored students at the former University College. He remembers his mother meeting student-athletes for additional early-morning tutoring sessions and his father mentoring engineering students. Their kindness and focus on helping others have served as a life compass for Tom and his wife, Gloria Davis.

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Bruce Eichner gifts $500,000 to UC Law

July 6, 2022

A $500,000 gift from Bruce Eichner, JD ’69, to the University of Cincinnati College of Law will establish the Ian Bruce Eichner Research Fellowship in Workforce Housing Policy Fund, a three-year program aimed at improving research, advocacy, development, and access to workforce housing.

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Gift creates cryptocurrency fund and named lab at University of...

June 22, 2022

Through a gift from longtime supporters Dan Kautz and Woodrow (Woody) Uible, the University of Cincinnati will launch two new programs studying cryptocurrency and new financial technologies. The gifts will create an educational program with the Carl H. Lindner College of Business for UC students and name a public-private lab space within the new Digital Futures building, set to open in fall 2022. Dan Kautz is co-founder and co-owner of K&S Companies, a real estate development and management organization. Through his partnership with UC economics alumnus Woody Uible, BA ‘75, a principal at Bartlett Wealth Management and UC Foundation trustee, the Kautz-Uible Economics Institute was created at Lindner in 2019. “Through the Kautz family and their outstanding named institute, Dan and Woody have long been forward-thinking and generous friends to our university,” said UC President Neville G. Pinto. “We are deeply grateful for their ongoing partnership and this new lab that will open more doors for our students and bring new partnerships across our growing campus.”

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Lynn Fisher remembered as a trailblazer

June 15, 2022

The thud of a book falling on the floor each night was a regular occurrence during the 38-year marriage of Lynn Toby Fisher and John Lee Compton. Fisher, JD ’73, worked long hours as a corporate attorney at Kaye Scholer LLP (now Arnold & Porter LLP) in New York City, and would often fall asleep reading, dropping her book.

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Gift names new UC College of Law building atrium

May 23, 2022

A University of Cincinnati alumnus has made a gift of $500,000 to the new University of Cincinnati College of Law building. H.C. Buck Niehoff, JD ’72, HON ’11, is honoring his former law firm, Peck, Shaffer & Williams LLP, by naming the two-story atrium.

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UC alumna creates scholarship benefiting women in engineering...

May 23, 2022

Only 15% of U.S. engineers are women, according to the latest data from the United States Census Bureau. It’s a gap the University of Cincinnati College of Engineering and Applied Science hopes to help close, and a UC alumna has established a scholarship that will aid efforts.

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Helping research get off the ground

April 20, 2022

Nearly 10 years after a personal loss from a head and neck cancer, the Brandon C. Gromada Head & Neck Cancer Foundation continues to advance research around the devastating disease at the University of Cincinnati Cancer Center.

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