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UC electrical engineering graduate developing future Intel chips

June 8, 2023

While earning her doctoral degree in electrical engineering at the University of Cincinnati, Megha Chitranshi focused her research on the creation of nanotube hybrid fabrics to foster a sustainable environment. Chitranshi now works as a yield engineer at Intel. Before she graduated, she was named Graduate Student Engineer of the Month by UC’s College of Engineering and Applied Science.


MATLAB now available to UC students, faculty and staff

June 8, 2023

The University of Cincinnati now offers access to MATLAB technical computing, Simulink model-based design and more than 100 additional industry-standard software tools. The license provides UC students, faculty and staff members anywhere access to MATLAB software, support and technical assistance in a centralized UC MATLAB portal.


Side hustle nation

June 8, 2023

A helpful tool for college students who can’t commit to a regular full-time job.


UC study examines role of metabolites in disease treatment

June 8, 2023

Each year, about 200,000 people in the United States are diagnosed with a bulge in the lower part of the aorta, the main artery in the body, called an abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA). New research from the University of Cincinnati examines the role a particular metabolite plays in the development of AAA and could lead to the first treatment of the condition.


Spring cleaning for your business finances

June 7, 2023

The spring season is a great time to check on your business’ financial health, see how you are tracking against your goals, and identify ways to increase your bottom line


Important legacy planning considerations

June 7, 2023

The concept of legacy planning can mean many things to many people. Today I’ll shed some light on some of the less discussed items that are more prevalent in this day and age, but not often discussed


UC launches training for new Intel jobs

June 6, 2023

The University of Cincinnati is training the first of the approximately 20,000 workers Intel Corp. plans to hire at the microchip fabrication plants it is building in southwest Ohio.


Pioneering treatments for ‘brain tsunamis’

June 5, 2023

University of Cincinnati researchers have enrolled the first four patients in a first-of-its-kind trial that will test a treatment for abnormal brain activity sometimes referred to as a “brain tsunami.”


UC Ground Floor Makerspace offers summer intensive for K-12 STEAM teachers

June 2, 2023

The University of Cincinnati Ground Floor Makerspace and the Greater Cincinnati STEM Collaborative (GCSC) are piloting a professional development opportunity for K-12 STEAM teachers in the greater Cincinnati region. The Makerspace Intensive will take place June 5-16 weekdays in the 1819 Innovation Hub, 2900 Reading Road in Cincinnati.


Fox19: UC hosts international aerospace conference on AI

June 2, 2023

UC College of Engineering and Applied Science Professor Kelly Cohen talks to Fox19 about how artificial intelligence is becoming more ubiquitous as it becomes more trustworthy. UC is hosting an international conference on artificial intelligence.


WVXU: Companies are losing ground on DEI efforts

June 2, 2023

Littisha Bates is a featured guest on WVXU's Cincinnati Edition to discuss the topic of diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in the workplace. Bates is UC's associate dean for inclusive excellence and community partnerships.