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Engineering student works to create safer ground transportation

April 15, 2024

Ground transportation has a substantial impact on the daily lives of humans. Sai Bonthu, a doctoral candidate of electrical and computer engineering at the University of Cincinnati, is working to develop a product that has the potential to accurately reduce traffic accidents. Currently, he is working on a grant with the Ohio Department of Transportation and was named Graduate Student Engineer of the Month by the College of Engineering and Applied Science.

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The next generation of care

April 15, 2024

University of Cincinnati student-led nonprofit organization Parkinson's Together takes a multidisciplinary approach to meeting the needs of patients with Parkinson's disease in their community. Now it's setting a model for student organizations across the country.

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UC engineering co-op medalist excels through 6 co-op experiences

April 15, 2024

Ever since she garnered an appreciation for chemistry in high school, fifth-year University of Cincinnati student Jaclyn Bashore has not looked back. When she graduates with a chemical engineering degree and a minor in chemistry this spring, Bashore will have had six co-op experiences — along with a new full-time job at AbbVie, a biopharmaceutical research company with whom she did two co-op rotations. To commemorate her exceptional co-op work, the UC College of Engineering and Applied Science awarded Bashore the 2024 Herman Schneider Medal, an annual award given to a graduating senior who demonstrates outstanding success as a co-op student.

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UC Blue Ash launches new Artificial Intelligence program

April 15, 2024

The new Artificial Intelligence (AI) degree program at UC Blue Ash College is one of the few in Ohio that features the AI for Workforce program developed by Intel. It prepares students for a career in this fast-growing field in just two years.

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Local 12: Nature still healing after Tristate storm that killed 4

April 12, 2024

Local 12 and other news media highlighted a long-term study by the University of Cincinnati examining the recovery of a forest damaged by a deadly tornado 25 years ago. The study found that the storm provided an opportunity for some nonnative, invasive species.

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UC to host paper shredding event on Bearcat Commons

April 12, 2024

The Office of Information Security is hosting its annual “Secure Our World” Shred Event at Bearcats Commons Lot A behind A&S Hall Building Wednesday, April 17, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. or until the truck is full. Drop off your professional or personal documents to ensure they are securely destroyed and recycled.

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Jaws dropped as original 'Shark Tank' celeb judged the UC New Venture Championship

April 11, 2024

TThe University of Cincinnati 1819 Innovation Hub welcomed a unique guest—a shark, though not of the marine variety. Despite his penchant for hunting opportunities, this species shared no similarities with its aquatic counterpart. Renowned as one of the original "sharks" from ABC's acclaimed series, Shark Tank, Kevin Harrington recently brought his expertise to the UC New Venture Championship 2024 as a guest judge.

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UC selects dean to lead renowned performing and media arts college

April 11, 2024

Peter Jutras, PhD, professor of piano and piano pedagogy and director of the Hugh Hodgson School of Music (HHSOM) at the University of Georgia, has been named dean of the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, effective Aug. 1, 2024, pending approval of the UC Board of Trustees.

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WLWT: Excitement building with Kelce brothers

April 11, 2024

The connection to alum Travis Kelce runs deep at the University of Cincinnati, but there's a relationship with Taylor Swift as well. UC has offered classes on Taylor's musical impact long before Taylor and Travis became a couple.