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DAAP Fashion Show April 26: 2019 freshmen graduating with style,...

Event: April 26, 2024 7:30 PM

Twenty-eight University of Cincinnati student designers will showcase their collections at the 71st DAAP Live Fashion show, starting at 7:30 p.m., Friday, April 26, at MegaCorp Pavilion, an indoor/outdoor concert venue adjacent to Newport on the Levy in northern Kentucky.

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Students get a ‘Jumpstart’ on their careers in Dallas

April 23, 2024

Students from Carl H. Lindner College of Business’ Jumpstart program — a pipeline between UC Blue Ash and the business college that provides students with additional support toward transitioning into a bachelor’s degree program — experienced a whirlwind visit to Dallas during spring break 2024.

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DAAP Fashion Show April 26: 2019 freshmen graduating with style,...

Event: April 26, 2024 7:30 PM

Twenty-eight University of Cincinnati student designers will showcase their collections at the 71st DAAP Live Fashion show, starting at 7:30 p.m., Friday, April 26, at MegaCorp Pavilion, an indoor/outdoor concert venue adjacent to Newport on the Levy in northern Kentucky.

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Students get a ‘Jumpstart’ on their careers in Dallas

April 23, 2024

Students from Carl H. Lindner College of Business’ Jumpstart program — a pipeline between UC Blue Ash and the business college that provides students with additional support toward transitioning into a bachelor’s degree program — experienced a whirlwind visit to Dallas during spring break 2024.

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UC offers experiential learning abroad in Central America

April 19, 2024

In the tropical paradise of Costa Rica, fourth year journalism and international affairs student Stephanie Rivera embarked on an unforgettable journey of self-discovery and cultural immersion. Leaving behind the familiar sights and sounds of Cincinnati, Rivera set out to study abroad for a transformative semester in this Central American country, rich with vibrant biodiversity and cultural heritage. The College of Arts & Sciences (A&S) at UC places great emphasis on encouraging study abroad and experiential learning opportunities for its students. Recognizing the transformative power of global experiences, the college supports a variety of study-abroad programs that enable students to enhance their academic pursuits while gaining valuable cultural and personal experiences.

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UC marketing intern enjoys a bite of the Big Apple

April 16, 2024

Kaylen Rolsen, a graduating senior at the University of Cincinnati, shares her thoughts about her latest cooperative education experience with Macy's. Rolsen, who is majoring in marketing and minoring in fashion studies, definitely recommends a summer in New York City, the Big Apple.

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UC engineering co-op medalist excels through 6 co-op experiences

April 15, 2024

Ever since she garnered an appreciation for chemistry in high school, fifth-year University of Cincinnati student Jaclyn Bashore has not looked back. When she graduates with a chemical engineering degree and a minor in chemistry this spring, Bashore will have had six co-op experiences — along with a new full-time job at AbbVie, a biopharmaceutical research company with whom she did two co-op rotations. To commemorate her exceptional co-op work, the UC College of Engineering and Applied Science awarded Bashore the 2024 Herman Schneider Medal, an annual award given to a graduating senior who demonstrates outstanding success as a co-op student.

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Finding home away from home

April 10, 2024

Navigating life at university is difficult for any college student, but those common challenges are magnified for international students, who also contend with language barriers and cultural differences along the way. Two pairs of international student siblings at the University of Cincinnati—Hamza and Anas Khairy as well as Khwahish and Kartavya Singh—decided to pursue their degrees side by side.

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UC students' cryptocurrency advice leads to big gains

April 4, 2024

Using recommendations from University of Cincinnati students, a cryptocurrency fund has grown from $50,000 to more than $120,000 in less than 15 months. As part of an economics course, Economic Applications of Blockchain, UC students are challenged to research potential cryptocurrency investments for a fund owned by UC’s Kautz-Uible Economics Institute.

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AtriCure is top co-op employer for UC biomedical engineering...

April 3, 2024

As one of the largest co-op employers in the region and a leading provider of innovative technologies for the treatment of Atrial Fibrillation and other related conditions, AtriCure, Inc. is also one of the largest co-op employers for students at the University of Cincinnati. In fact, they are the number one co-op employer for biomedical engineering students at the College of Engineering and Applied Science. Co-op is integrated into all CEAS undergraduate programs, enabling students to alternate semesters in the classroom with semesters of full-time, paid, co-op work.

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