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Annette Echikunwoke qualifies for 2024 Paris Olympics

June 25, 2024

Former University of Cincinnati track and field standout Annette Echikunwoke has qualified for the 2024 Paris Olympic Games. She won the hammer throw event with a season-best mark of 74.68m at the U.S. Olympic Trials at Hayward Field on Sunday.

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UC completes $85 million renovation of key residence hall

June 24, 2024

After 18 months of renovation, Siddall Hall will re-open for UC students in August, offering 500 beds on 12 floors of residence hall space. The 112,000 square-foot residence hall will offer new amenities including at ground level 5,000 square feet of fitness space, along with common laundry, common kitchenette and lounge space. Local media got a sneak peek of an updated Siddall Hall.

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Your chances of a migraine increase with hotter temperatures

June 21, 2024

Vincent Martin, MD, professor in the UC College of Medicine, spoke with Cincinnati's Fox 19 about his latest research on migraines and hotter temperatures. His findings were reported by CBS News and the Miami Herald and internationally in publications such as Venezuela’s Noticias Venevision and Indonesia’s Suara Merdeka.

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UC College of Nursing celebrates outstanding preceptors and organizations

June 21, 2024

To celebrate and thank outstanding practitioners and partners whose commitment inspires the next generation of nurses and advanced practice nurses, the UC College of Nursing recognizes these professionals with the Outstanding Prelicensure Preceptor Award, Outstanding Graduate Preceptor Award and the Outstanding Organization Award.

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Environmental engineer researches water treatment solutions

June 21, 2024

Katelin “Katie” Weitzel was first drawn to the University of Cincinnati by the esteemed College of Engineering and Applied Science, but her decision was solidified by the groundbreaking work of Dr. Dionysios Dionysiou in the Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering. Weitzel’s interest in water treatment came from growing up in Michigan and witnessing firsthand the impact of a water crisis. During her time at UC she has been awarded the Rindsberg Fellowship, a Graduate Student Award in Environmental Chemistry, and recently was named Graduate Student Engineer of the Month by CEAS.

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Born to run

June 20, 2024

Former professional athletes have advantages in running for political office, UC’s David Niven tells The Atlantic. Niven, an associate professor in the School of Public and International Affairs, teaches a course on sports and politics.

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Engineering’s gender gap narrows

June 20, 2024

UC's College of Engineering and Applied Science has launched the careers of many women across engineering disciplines. With much to celebrate, women say there is still more to do to reach equity in the workplace.

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UC app helps people make voices more masculine, feminine

June 20, 2024

The Cincinnati Enquirer highlights a new voice-coaching app developed by UC College of Engineering and Applied Science Associate Professor Vesna Novak. Novak studies intelligent technologies to improve human health and wellness in her electrical engineering lab.