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LastPass password manager now available for UC staff

May 17, 2024

The University of Cincinnati has partnered with LastPass to provide staff with enhanced password management services. This news article provides more details about the initiative launched on May 1, offering information and resources to help staff set up and use LastPass effectively for improved online security.


Pianist, educator and scholar Lynn Worcester Jones joins CCM’s faculty

May 16, 2024

UC College-Conservatory of Music Interim Dean Jonathan Kregor has announced the addition of Lynn Worcester Jones, DMA, to the college’s roster of distinguished performing and media arts faculty members. Jones is an innovative pianist, educator, writer, speaker, mentor and leader who encourages career preparation and excellence in students. She begins her new role as Associate Professor of Piano Pedagogy and Coordinator of Group Piano at CCM on Aug. 15, 2024.


Residents concerned about high concentration of low-income housing

May 16, 2024

Efforts to build more affordable housing in Cincinnati have created concerns for residents as low-income housing has been concentrated in some of the city’s poorest neighborhoods, WCPO reported. Gary Painter, PhD, the academic director of the University of Cincinnati’s Carl H. Lindner College of Business real estate program and a professor of real estate, said a complaint against the city could lead to positive outcomes.


GE Aerospace expands Next Engineers program for Cincinnati youth

May 15, 2024

GE Aerospace Foundation is investing further in its Next Engineers program, including the Cincinnati location facilitated by the University of Cincinnati, extending the program locally through 2028. Engineering Academy, a three-year engineering education program for high-schoolers, graduated its first cohort of students. Students who complete the program and go on to pursue an engineering degree in college will receive a scholarship.


From student-athlete to OIP advocate

May 15, 2024

In a tale of resilience and ambition, Alexandria Anderson's journey to the hallowed halls of the University of Cincinnati College of Law and Ohio Innocence Project exemplifies the transformative power of scholarships in shaping futures.


Inside the wild ways many creatures make milk

May 14, 2024

UC biologist Joshua Benoit tells Smithsonian that it's not just cows and other mammals that make milk for their newborns. Even some insects like beetle-mimic cockroaches and tsetse flies produce a protein rich "milk" for their babies.


UC grad turns humanities degree into entrepreneurial success

May 14, 2024

Growing up on Ludlow Ave. in the Cincinnati neighborhood of Clifton, Harrison Fowler had planned to enroll in the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps (ROTC) at the University of Cincinnati. UC was close to home, and ROTC seemed like the right choice. But life had other plans. At the last minute, Fowler withdrew from ROTC and enrolled to earn his bachelor’s in Spanish, which meant he needed a study-abroad experience to complete his degree. He was apprehensive, but completed his requirement in Madrid, in a move that would change the direction of his life. Says Fowler of his foreign-language major, and his experience abroad: “Speaking another language opens up a whole other world and relationships for you.”


Lindner offers multiple MBA modalities to accommodate a diverse array of professionals

May 14, 2024

Emerging and growing professionals have multiple pathways toward earning a Master of Business Administration at the Carl H. Lindner College of Business. By assessing their needs, time commitments and career goals, professionals at all levels can choose from a full-time cohort learning experience, a working professionals part-time degree program or an online MBA option.


A look inside The Culture Corner

May 14, 2024

Designed and curated by students, The Culture Corner is a safe space inside the Health Sciences Building where students can discuss identity, learn about other cultures and be their authentic selves.


Cheers to saving lives

May 14, 2024

Hoxworth Blood Center is partnering with local breweries to host more than 15 mobile blood drives this summer.


UC has sent out financial aid to 94% of first-year students who applied for it

May 13, 2024

The University of Cincinnati started sending financial aid package letters out on April 26 and by the first week of May had offered information to 94% of first-year students who applied for it. Jack Miner, vice provost for enrollment management, spoke with WCPO TV about the Free Application For Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).


ABC News: Starbucks sees sales slump

May 13, 2024

Sales at Starbucks are slumping, ABC News reported, which has some people worried about broader consumer spending. Michael Jones, PhD, assistant professor of economics in the University of Cincinnati's Carl H. Lindner College of Business, told ABC News there should be concern if more companies start reporting similar declines to revenue.


1000Zebras joins forces with 1819 Innovation Hub

May 13, 2024

The need for entrepreneurs to have access and visibility to dependable service professionals has never been more essential, and a delay in connecting with reliable providers can have an impact on progress and growth. This is where 1000Zebras, a business-to-business digital service marketplace and recent University of Cincinnati 1819 Innovation Hub startup partner, emerges, introducing an innovative twist that has the potential to be a transformative force in the online marketplace industry.