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WVXU: Incarcerated workers should be taxed

February 7, 2023

How should incarcerated workers be compensated and should their wages be taxed are questions UC Law professor Stephanie McMahon tackled during a recent broadcast of WVXU's Cincinnati Edition. McMahon was joined by panelists Jennifer Turner, principal human rights researcher at the ACLU, and LaToya Bell, deputy director of the Ohio Justice & Policy Center.


UC/PNC Economic Outlook Conference '23

Event: February 17, 2023 7:15 AM

UC and PNC will jointly present the 29th Annual Economic Outlook Conference on Friday, Feb 17. PNC Bank’s senior economic adviser, Stuart Hoffman, a long-standing speaker for the event, will deliver key points from PNC’s 2023 economic forecast. Joining Hoffman as a featured speaker will be Greg Valliere, chief policy strategist for AGF Investments.


New year habits entrepreneurs should adopt

The beginning of a new calendar year is a time to look ahead and set new goals. Entrepreneurs can commit to staying on track throughout the coming year by adopting quick habits to take their business to the next level of innovation.


Making pancreatic cancer treatments more effective

February 7, 2023

The National Cancer Institute (NCI) has announced an intent to fund research from the University of Cincinnati’s Andrew Waters, PhD, to better understand how to overcome treatment resistance and develop better treatments for KRAS-mutated pancreatic cancer.


The future of work: How should we view work-life balance?

February 7, 2023

The COVID-19 pandemic, an increase in remote work and other disruptions to the way people work have led many employers and employees to reconsider issues surrounding work-life balance. Two professors and a staff member from the University of Cincinnati's Carl H. Lindner College of Business discuss how employees and employers can take steps to improve work-life balance, how paid time off should be handled and the potential for a four-day workweek.


Bringing expertise to tech transfer in the UC Office of Innovation

February 6, 2023

Geoffrey Pinski joined the University of Cincinnati as a full-time employee in 2007, but that's just one milestone in his journey at UC. The son of a physics professor, Pinski first came to UC in 1987 when his dad was hired. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in physics with a minor in mathematics in 1992, followed by a Juris Doctor degree in 2006.


UC undergrad finds community, discovers his career path

February 6, 2023

Fourth year journalism student Zach Jarrell began his college career at the University of Cincinnati as a statistics major. Despite having an interest in studying journalism, Jarrell had his doubts. He was unsure about the practicality of that degree, and his ability to pay off his future student loans through it.


55KRC: UC experts discuss cervical cancer

February 6, 2023

The University of Cincinnati Cancer Center’s Teresa Meier and Sarah Sittenfeld joined 55KRC's Simply Medicine to discuss cervical cancer, including risk factors and the importance of screenings.


BBC: Scientists discover frog that can't croak

February 6, 2023

The BBC and other international media report on the astonishing discovery of a new species of frog in Tanzania that is voiceless. UC biologist Lucinda Lawson and her research partners describe the new species in the journal PLOS ONE.