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Your chances of a migraine increase with hotter temperatures

June 21, 2024

Vincent Martin, MD, professor in the UC College of Medicine, spoke with Cincinnati's Fox 19 about his latest research on migraines and hotter temperatures. His findings were reported by CBS News and the Miami Herald and internationally in publications such as Venezuela’s Noticias Venevision and Indonesia’s Suara Merdeka.

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Environmental engineer researches water treatment solutions

June 21, 2024

Katelin “Katie” Weitzel was first drawn to the University of Cincinnati by the esteemed College of Engineering and Applied Science, but her decision was solidified by the groundbreaking work of Dr. Dionysios Dionysiou in the Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering. Weitzel’s interest in water treatment came from growing up in Michigan and witnessing firsthand the impact of a water crisis. During her time at UC she has been awarded the Rindsberg Fellowship, a Graduate Student Award in Environmental Chemistry, and recently was named Graduate Student Engineer of the Month by CEAS.

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Rising temperatures possibly linked to increased city crime rate

June 20, 2024

Criminal Justice expert J.Z. Bennett interviewed by Fox 19 for his expertise on the relationship between rising temperatures and rise in crime. Bennett says there is no single cause to point to for the rise in crime during a heat wave, but that youth involvement in crime might be due to peer pressure and lack of supervision.

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Born to run

June 20, 2024

Former professional athletes have advantages in running for political office, UC’s David Niven tells The Atlantic. Niven, an associate professor in the School of Public and International Affairs, teaches a course on sports and politics.

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Engineering’s gender gap narrows

June 20, 2024

UC's College of Engineering and Applied Science has launched the careers of many women across engineering disciplines. With much to celebrate, women say there is still more to do to reach equity in the workplace.

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UC app helps people make voices more masculine, feminine

June 20, 2024

The Cincinnati Enquirer highlights a new voice-coaching app developed by UC College of Engineering and Applied Science Associate Professor Vesna Novak. Novak studies intelligent technologies to improve human health and wellness in her electrical engineering lab.

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Grace Hall’s journey from National Guard to nursing school

June 18, 2024

As a dedicated member of the Army National Guard while balancing classes at the University of Cincinnati, Grace Hall has navigated a challenging but rewarding path toward her ultimate goal — a nursing degree. Her journey, marked by military service and academic excellence, reflects her unwavering commitment to making a difference in the medical field.

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New AI predicts anxiety levels

June 18, 2024

A new form of artificial intelligence was developed that uses a short picture rating task and a small set of contextual variables to predict whether someone is experiencing anxiety.

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Watch: CCM Acting shares student film "Sonder"

June 18, 2024

Art imitates life as CCM Acting student short film shows a group of college actresses during a sleepover where they anticipate their acceptance (or rejection) into a coveted summer acting institute program.

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UC Tech Transfer recognized in Top 100 for US patents

June 18, 2024

The National Academy of Inventors (NAI) recognized the University of Cincinnati for its significant contributions to innovation and intellectual property protection in American universities. This accolade is a testament to UC's unwavering commitment to innovation by the Technology Transfer Office, or Tech Transfer.

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Legacy of federal opioid intervention: communities equipped to act

June 17, 2024

A national effort to reduce opioid-related overdose deaths has laid the groundwork for more widely available opioid use disorder treatment, safer prescribing practices, and community-based overdose education and naloxone distribution that can save lives, according to researchers who led Ohio’s participation in the initiative.