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Electrical engineering student encourages young women in STEM

March 21, 2023

For four years, University of Cincinnati doctoral student Brooke Campbell has been a graduate assistant in the UC Undergraduates Pursuing Research in Science and Engineering (UPRISE) program. After working for five years in the tech industry, she returned to school to pursue a graduate degree. Her research work focuses on using a process called electrospinning to create nanofibers loaded with medicine for targeted drug delivery. She was named Graduate Student Engineer of the Month by UC’s College of Engineering and Applied Science.


UP-NEXT study tests ovarian cancer treatment

March 21, 2023

Amanda Jackson, MD, is the site principal investigator at the University of Cincinnati for the UP-NEXT trial that is testing a new treatment for a subset of ovarian cancer patients.


Lookout Santa Cruz: Co-op helps UC alumna find her 'dream job'

March 20, 2023

UC alumna Elisabeth Kooi explains how cooperative education provided her with a jump start for her career as a senior industrial designer at Herbst Produkt, a Santa Cruz, California-based design agency that specializes in the design of consumer, technology, medical and life sciences products.


UC’s College of Arts and Sciences honors outstanding alumni

March 20, 2023

Five graduates of UC’s College of Arts and Sciences were recognized with alumni awards during the A Night with A&S annual ceremony earlier this month. As community leaders, philanthropists and professional pioneers, the impact of these alumni can be felt at the college, university, state and national levels. Also at the event A&S scholarship recipients were celebrated, and had the opportunity to meet with the donors whose contributions helped make their college experience possible. Meet the 2023 UC College of Arts and Sciences Outstanding Alumni:


Brothers with giving hearts support first-generation students

March 20, 2023

Recognizing a need for first-generation college students in the Greater Cincinnati region, brothers Mike and Jim Rodarte were inspired to act. They co-founded Level Up Cincinnati, a nonprofit that bridges the gaps between high school, college and career with mentorship and coaching for marginalized students.


March is a month associated with both good and bad luck

March 20, 2023

The month of March holds space for both St. Patrick's Day and The Ides of March. These two events are associated with both good and bad luck, as explained by Rebecca Borah who researches popular culture and the traditions associated with myths, legends, lore and truths.


UC Staff Senate nominations now open

March 17, 2023

Nominations are open for UC Staff Senate March 20-31, 2023. Staff Senate encourages interested employees to self-nominate or submit colleagues to serve 2023-2025.


UC to celebrate Research + Innovation Week

March 16, 2023

With more than $300 million in research expenditures in the financial year 2022, University of Cincinnati researchers are “transforming society through the creation of game-changing knowledge and application of disruptive discoveries.”


Making COVID-19 treatments more effective and safe

March 16, 2023

The University of Cincinnati's Bingfang Yan's research team has received a $2.5 million National Institutes of Health grant to answer the question of how FDA-approved COVID-19 therapeutics can work together to create more effective and safe treatments for patients.


News 5 Cleveland: Cleveland Heights settles lawsuit with DNA exoneree for $4 million

March 15, 2023

The city of Cleveland Heights will pay $4 million to settle a federal civil rights lawsuit by Chistopher Miller, an Ohio Innocence Project exoneree. Miller, 46, spent 17 years behind bars after being wrongfully convicted in a sexual assault and robbery case. Miller was the 27th defendant whose wrongful conviction was overturned with the help of UC Law students and faculty.