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Does CBD really work?

May 21, 2024

The University of Cincinnati's LaTrice Montgomery and Michael Privitera joined WVXU's Cincinnati Edition to discuss how claims about CBD measure up to scientific research.

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Ex-smokers who vape at higher risk of lung cancer

May 21, 2024

Ashley Merianos, PhD, is cited as an expert in two recent Deutsche Welle articles on vaping research. Merianos, a prolific tobacco researcher, is an assistant professor of human services in UC's College of Education, Criminal Justice and Human Services (CECH).

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Engineering professor honored for distinguished scientific research

May 21, 2024

In 2019, Munir Nazzal joined the University of Cincinnati College of Engineering and Applied Science as a professor in the Department of Civil and Architectural Engineering and Construction Management. Throughout his time at UC, he has received various accolades for his advancements in transportation research, including the UC George Rieveschl Jr. Award for Distinguished Scientific Research for 2024.

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US Coast Guard Band's 'Heartland Harmonies' tour presents concert at CCM

May 20, 2024

The United States Coast Guard Band brings its "Heartland Harmonies" concert tour to UC's College-Conservatory of Music on Tuesday, June 25, 2024. The free concert is presented in Corbett Auditorium as part of the band's tour through the American South and Midwest regions for public performances and educational outreach.

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Explore CCM Prep's dance, music and theatre arts programs for all ages

May 20, 2024

Students of all ages and abilities with an interest in the performing arts can explore their creativity in Prep programs at UC's College-Conservatory of Music. CCM Prep offers a wide variety of classes in dance, music and theatre arts — including classes for adults, young children teens and pre-professional students preparing for a future in the performing arts.

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Seminar sessions offer career prep for MS-IS students

May 20, 2024

The recent fall and spring semesters offered students enrolled in Lindner's Master of Science in information systems (MS-IS) program the opportunity to connect their academic learnings with the realities of the business world.

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Engineering student works to improve water infrastructure

May 20, 2024

After earning her bachelor's degree in civil engineering at a premier university in Nigeria, Tolulope Odunola became fascinated by the world of hydrology and water systems and set off to continue her education in environmental engineering. She came to the University of Cincinnati for her master's degree, and the experience left such an impact she stayed for her PhD, working under the guidance of Patrick Ray, associate professor of environmental engineering. Odunola was named Graduate Student Engineer of the Month by the College of Engineering and Applied Science.

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LastPass password manager now available for UC staff

May 17, 2024

The University of Cincinnati has partnered with LastPass to provide staff with enhanced password management services. This news article provides more details about the initiative launched on May 1, offering information and resources to help staff set up and use LastPass effectively for improved online security.

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Pianist, educator and scholar Lynn Worcester Jones joins CCM’s faculty

May 16, 2024

UC College-Conservatory of Music Interim Dean Jonathan Kregor has announced the addition of Lynn Worcester Jones, DMA, to the college’s roster of distinguished performing and media arts faculty members. Jones is an innovative pianist, educator, writer, speaker, mentor and leader who encourages career preparation and excellence in students. She begins her new role as Associate Professor of Piano Pedagogy and Coordinator of Group Piano at CCM on Aug. 15, 2024.

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Residents concerned about high concentration of low-income housing

May 16, 2024

Efforts to build more affordable housing in Cincinnati have created concerns for residents as low-income housing has been concentrated in some of the city’s poorest neighborhoods, WCPO reported. Gary Painter, PhD, the academic director of the University of Cincinnati’s Carl H. Lindner College of Business real estate program and a professor of real estate, said a complaint against the city could lead to positive outcomes.