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UC undergrad finds community, discovers his career path

February 6, 2023

Fourth year journalism student Zach Jarrell began his college career at the University of Cincinnati as a statistics major. Despite having an interest in studying journalism, Jarrell had his doubts. He was unsure about the practicality of that degree, and his ability to pay off his future student loans through it. Following his passion, Jarrell switched his major to journalism in UC’s College of Arts and Sciences, and has never looked back.

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55KRC: UC experts discuss cervical cancer

February 6, 2023

The University of Cincinnati Cancer Center’s Teresa Meier and Sarah Sittenfeld joined 55KRC's Simply Medicine to discuss cervical cancer, including risk factors and the importance of screenings.

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BBC: Scientists discover frog that can't croak

February 6, 2023

The BBC and other international media report on the astonishing discovery of a new species of frog in Tanzania that is voiceless. UC biologist Lucinda Lawson and her research partners describe the new species in the journal PLOS ONE.

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Campus Services IT joins Digital Technology Solutions

February 6, 2023

Campus Services IT is now part of Digital Technology Solutions (DTS), the university’s central technology services and solutions organization. The Campus Services IT team officially joined DTS Wednesday, Feb. 1. The team will continue to provide IT support and top-notch customer service to Campus Services.

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Strategies for Small Businesses Considering Expansion

February 3, 2023

There are so many great things about being a small business: the close-knit working environment, contributing to your local economy, seeing your vision come to life and thrive. The ultimate goal – of course – is to grow into a bigger venture, whether it means buying commercial land to build on or leasing local office space to grow into. You need to have the right small business growth strategies in place if you want your business to expand in a stable way; strategies that will set you up for long-lasting success and take your bottom line into consideration.

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Family business – ‘the quiet giant’ – gets leadership voice on capitol hill with new congressional caucus

February 3, 2023

You might call family businesses in America the “Quiet Giant.” “Quiet” because up until recently, the family business sector did not have a dedicated seat at the table in Congress. “Giant” because America’s family-owned businesses are the foundation of the US economy, contributing nearly 60% of the country’s private employment, accounting for 78% of new job creation, and representing $7.7 trillion per year to GDP.

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You can't take it with you, so make sure it gets to those you love

February 3, 2023

You’ve devoted your best years to growing your business and accumulating wealth, which you hope to enjoy in your next chapter and eventually bless your loved ones or favorite charities. You also want to ensure that this wealth gets distributed according to your wishes instead of getting consumed by taxes both now and after your death. To accomplish this, there are things that you can and should do now.

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New species of voiceless frog discovered in Tanzania

February 2, 2023

University of Cincinnati researchers discovered a new species of frog in Africa that has an unusual trait: it’s completely silent. The Ukaguru spiny-throated reed frog does not croak, sing or ribbit. It is among the few frogs that do not vocalize to other frogs.

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UC announces 'One IT' collaboration to improve efficiency

February 2, 2023

College and unit-level IT managers from across the university joined Digital Technology Solutions leadership to re-imagine IT collaboration at the Digital Futures building. The new “One IT” collaboration group is key to delivering more efficient and effective IT services to the university.

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WVXU: After decades of efforts, researchers hope they're closer to a functional cure for HIV

February 2, 2023

It has been more than 40 years since five patients in California developed symptoms of a mysterious disease. The virus that causes AIDS was identified a few years later, and a blood test for HIV became available in 1985. In the 1980s and early 1990s, contracting HIV was practically a death sentence. Nothing seemed to stop the virus from attacking a patient’s immune system and progressing into AIDS. And while there are now treatments that can render the virus undetectable in a patient’s bloodstream, a cure for HIV has been elusive. WVXU's Cincinnati Edition explored the history of AIDS and the latest on treatments, with one of the featured experts being Carl Fichtenbaum, MD, of the Division of Infectious Diseases at the UC College of Medicine.