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UC Niehoff Center for Film and Media Studies flourishes first...

December 8, 2021

While the COVID-19 pandemic put many things on hold, it didn’t stop the needs or the creativity of University of Cincinnati students and the local film community. Thanks to a $2.8 million gift in 2020 from Peter A&S ’09, MA ’14, PhD, ’20 and Betsy, A&S ’11 Niehoff, progress at the Niehoff Center for Film and Media Studies has continued. Faculty and students have been able to move forward with community partnerships, research projects, equipment needs and internships, thanks to this support.

Walk Ahead for a Brain Tumor Cure is Oct. 17

September 2, 2021

Event: October 17, 2021 8:00 AM

Gary Thompson was a giver. Whether he was volunteering at church, traveling to Haiti to help after an earthquake or simply dropping off his signature chocolate chip cookies at a friend’s house, his generous nature defined him. His family and friends will honor his memory at the 12th annual Walk Ahead for a Brain Tumor Cure walk/run at Sawyer Point in downtown Cincinnati on Sunday, Oct. 17. The event raises funds for research at the University of Cincinnati Brain Tumor Center at the UC Gardner Neuroscience Institute.

Finding community and building a future

July 9, 2021

As a University of Cincinnati College of Medicine student, Sarah Appeadu, MD, ’21, remembers journaling on the “3 Cs” that got her through medical school: Community, community, community. Now, when she lists the people who supported her through four years of training—the last year in a global pandemic—it keeps growing: her family, her church, her classmates, and the college’s Office of Student Affairs and Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion. “I look back and it was such a crucial time to really be nurtured in that way,” she says. “I’m so thankful that I had those people. It shows being around the right people really mattered. That’s my same hope for residency even.”

UC College of Engineering and Applied Science receives support...

June 23, 2021

The University of Cincinnati’s College of Engineering and Applied Science (CEAS) is partnering with Procter & Gamble (P&G) to support diversity and inclusion programs at the college. The P&G Inclusive Excellence in Science and Engineering Fund embodies P&G’s commitment to giving back to the community, promoting diversity and inclusion in the engineering field while creating opportunities for careers in the industry as students understand the field.

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