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Local 12: Local ecologist looks at ways to save bats

November 1, 2022

UC's 'Bat Man", Joseph Johnson, interviewed by Local 12 during Bat Week 2022. Johnson is an ecologist and assistant professor of information technology who uses data from environmental sensors to understand changes in animal populations, primarily bats.

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Ohio Cyber Range Institute hosts cybersecurity symposium

October 13, 2022

Continual innovation and more individuals who are trained to combat an array of malicious actors and evolving threats are needed in cybersecurity, experts in the field said during a symposium at the University of Cincinnati.

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UC student earns foreign affairs fellowship

August 8, 2022

A first-year graduate student in the University of Cincinnati’s School of Information Technology is one of just 15 students selected nationwide by the U.S. Department of State for the Foreign Affairs Information Technology Fellowship.

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Continuing the confidence

August 5, 2022

After discovering confidence and direction in high school, Jalen Tucker sees the University of Cincinnati as the perfect place to continue his personal growth and further develop into a leader.

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UC hosts cybersecurity training exercise

July 21, 2022

To prepare the state of Ohio to counter growing cybersecurity threats, the Ohio Cyber Range Institute at the University of Cincinnati hosted a four-day training exercise.

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UC launches coast-to-coast co-op contest

June 14, 2022

Share a photo or short video (1-minute or less) of yourself at work telling us what you like about co-op on Instagram or LinkedIn during UC's first Coast-to-Coast Co-op Contest. We want to hear about the projects you’re working on, where you work, the people you work with, or other perks of the job.

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UC research funding grows in FY 2021

December 10, 2021

University of Cincinnati researchers collected more external research funding in Fiscal Year 2021 —$221 million — than the $207 million in FY 2020. Top federal sponsors in FY 2021 included the U.S. Department of Education, National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute and the National Science Foundation. Local and state supporters include the Harold C. Schott Foundation, Talbert House, the Ohio Department of Transportation, Ohio Department of Youth Services and others.

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