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Gen Z is romanticizing in-person work

July 19, 2024

Many members of Gen Z are romanticizing office jobs as they gain in-person positions for the first time following years of remote work becoming more of a norm, PopSugar reported. Nadia Ibrahim-Taney, an assistant professor – educator and assistant director in career services at the University of Cincinnati's Carl H. Lindner College of Business, says it's normal and healthy for young workers to glamorize going to work.

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UC study examines impact of incarceration on youth health

July 19, 2024

Samantha Boch, PhD, at the UC College onf Nursing, has studied the impact of incarceration on child and family health for more than a decade. Her latest research examines youth health in Cincinnati and relies on collaboration with Cincinnati Children's Hospital.

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UC professor awarded for lifetime achievement in photocatalysis

July 19, 2024

Panagiotis (Peter) Smirniotis has been at the University of Cincinnati's College of Engineering and Applied Science since 1994. He is known for impactful, interdisciplinary research focusing on various environmental and energy problems. Recently, he was honored with the inaugural David F. Ollis Award for lifelong achievements from the International Scientific Society of Semiconductor Photocatalysis and Solar Energy Conversion. The award is named after the influential professor and pioneer in the field.

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We love ‘Lucy’ — the AI avatar redefining UC tech transfer

July 17, 2024

In a visionary leap at the University of Cincinnati, the marriage of artificial intelligence and interactive technology has birthed "Lucy," a Smarthelp AI avatar poised to revolutionize how regional industries engage with UC's tech transfer initiatives.

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NIS program opens new horizons for international student

July 17, 2024

In his pursuit of physics and a taste for research, Akash Khanikor ventured from his hometown in India's Assam to the University of Cincinnati, drawn by the promise of hands-on exploration early in his undergraduate career as a NEXT Innovation Scholar.

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Camp aims to empower children, teens who stutter

July 17, 2024

A one-week, evidence-based program for children and teens who stutter at the University of Cincinnati will teach kids to communicate effectively, advocate for themselves and develop confidence about their communication abilities. Camp Dream. Speak. Live., which is coming to Cincinnati for the first time July 22-26, began in 2014 at the University of Texas at Austin. The Arthur M. Blank Center for Stuttering Education and Research at UT expects to serve more than 2,000 children at camps across the United States, Africa, Asia and Europe this year.

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UC Blue Ash takes next step in major renovation project

July 17, 2024

Muntz Hall, the flagship building on the University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College campus, is in the next phase of a major renovation project that will dramatically transform the main entrance, enhance access to student support services and add new spaces for students to study or meet between classes.

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U.S. stroke survival is improving, but race still plays role

July 16, 2024

U.S. News & World Report, HealthDay and Real Health covered new research from the University of Cincinnati that found overall rates of long-term survival following stroke are improving, but Black individuals experience worse long-term outcomes compared to white individuals.

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Collaborative pianist and vocal coach Kirill Kuzmin joins CCM’s faculty

July 16, 2024

UC College-Conservatory of Music Interim Dean Jonathan Kregor has announced the addition of Kirill Kuzmin to the college’s faculty of distinguished performing and media arts experts, researchers and educators. A Grammy-nominated collaborative pianist and vocal coach, Kuzmin begins his new role as Associate Professor of Opera/Vocal Coaching on Aug. 15, 2024.

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Presidential challenge to UC: Join Ride Cincinnati to fight cancer

July 16, 2024

UC President Neville Pinto has again challenged every UC college and unit to send at least one rider to the September 14 Ride Cincinnati event to help fundraise for cancer research and cancer care. UC students ride free. Signup by July 31 for free UC-branded cycling jersey.

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Building potential

July 16, 2024

Unexpected advice led to a new area of interest and growth for Andrew Matthews, leading him to the University of Cincinnati’s College of Engineering and Applied Science, construction management and cooperative education experiences at Turner Construction.