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Ohio board rejects medical marijuana for autism

July 12, 2024

Cleveland.com highlighted decisions from the State Medical Board of Ohio rejecting autism and female orgasmic difficulty disorder as conditions for its medical marijuana program, following testimony from experts including the University of Cincinnati's Craig Erickson.

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The benefits of sabbaticals

July 12, 2024

There's a strong business case for sabbaticals, Marianne Lewis, the dean of the University of Cincinnati's Carl H. Lindner College of Business, said during a discussion on WVXU's Cincinnati Edition.

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UC's IDD Education Center connects students with in-college employment

July 12, 2024

The recent hiring of Dana Laster to the marketing and recruitment office of University of Cincinnati's College of Education, Criminal Justice, Human Services, and Information Technology (CECH) marks a first-ever internship to in-college employment through the college's TAP program. The pipeline from paid student intern to university staff member serves as a pilot case for potential future hirings in the college and university at large.

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Laboratory safety symposium coming to UC

July 12, 2024

The University of Cincinnati’s College of Arts and Sciences is partnering with the Lab Safety Institute to offer the Safer Science Summit July 22-26. The three-day STEAM Safer Science Summit will of educators and administrators K-12 an opportunity to keep up with the latest on chemical management, laboratory safety, regulatory compliance, hazard identification, legal aspects of safety and much more. Chemistry professor and A&S dean James Mack says the partnership and summit are designed to offer STEAM educators instruction and education about keeping students safe while they perform experiments. “Safety is always first,” Mack says. “We want to make sure our K-12 teachers have the equipment they need to be safe. People can get cut, or lose their sight, and spills can happen, especially when you’re dealing with chemicals.” The Laboratory Safety Institute, a non-profit educational institute, has been providing safety courses and consulting for chemical labs worldwide for the last 40 years. Its courses have been taught to more than 100,000 people in 30 countries, across industries from high-tech to government, and academia to medicine. The event is free, and educators who enroll can receive continuing education credits. Sign up here.

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AI startup firm partners with 1819 to accelerate technology

July 12, 2024

Matthew Sias founded Innovation Acceleration, a tech startup partner of the University of Cincinnati’s 1819 Innovation Hub, to help companies increase efficiency by incorporating generative AI and machine learning into their business processes.

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Shedding light on post-incarceration syndrome

July 12, 2024

University of Cincinnati researcher Rachael Nolan and justice advocate Chazidy Robinson are collaborating to learn more about post-incarceration syndrome and implementing programs to help those experiencing its effects.

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UC computer science engineer works to improve AI explainability

July 12, 2024

Inspired by the desire to improve and advance the world of artificial intelligence, Nkechi Jennifer Akinwale has taken advantage of every available opportunity at the University of Cincinnati. Along with a dedication to her field, Akinwale has a deep-rooted dedication to the mentorship of young girls in STEM. She has mentored numerous undergraduate and K-12 students in various programs to share her knowledge and experience as a PhD student. Recently, she was named Graduate Student Engineer of the Month by the College of Engineering and Applied Science.

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9 tips for aspiring student entrepreneurs

July 11, 2024

Balancing being a student and an entrepreneur isn’t for the faint of heart. Here are some tips for student entrepreneurs from the University of Cincinnati to help them succeed.

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Lindner launches AI in Business graduate certificate

July 11, 2024

The Carl H. Lindner College of Business at the University of Cincinnati has announced the addition of an Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Business graduate certificate, which focuses on empowering students with the means to leverage AI platforms for developing solutions to business problems.