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Uplifting stories help #UCtheGood

July 16, 2020

UC Marketing + Communications gathers recent uplifting stories to help the community focus on the good during coronavirus pandemic.

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Student scholars continue Marian Spencer's legacy

February 9, 2023

A total of 10 students in Cincinnati Public Schools have been named Marian Spencer Scholars for the Fall 2023. Four learned of their award on Decision Day, January 23, while six others received the surprise announcement during the following week. UC officials visited eight Cincinnati schools to congratulate these high-achieving students.


Spectrum News: Clovernook Center program brings Braille...

January 24, 2023

During a co-op experience, a DAAP graduate student designed 3-D storybooks for the Clovernook Center's East Africa children's Braille books project. The center is the parent company for the Cloverknook Braille Printing House in Cincinnati, Ohio. .


Bearcat dreams come true on Decision Day

January 23, 2023

The newest Bearcats learn they’ve been accepted into the University of Cincinnati on Decision Day, and UC officials surprised area students at their high schools with admission, scholarships and more.


Taking a bite out of diabetes and hypertension

November 17, 2022

According to a report in early 2022 from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than 37 million people in the United States have diabetes, which is more than 11% of the population. Diabetes was the seventh leading cause of death in the United States in 2017 based on the death certificates in which diabetes was listed as the underlying cause of death. A newly launched University of Cincinnati partnership is aiming to put a dent in those numbers in Greater Cincinnati.


Bearcats at the zoo

October 31, 2022

University of Cincinnati students and faculty get a chance to work on global wildlife conservation projects with the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden, considered one of the best zoos in North America.


CCM students partner with May We Help to create Halloween...

October 18, 2022

For children who use wheelchairs, Halloween is a chance to be the envy of every kid in the neighborhood. Students at UC’s College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) are putting their talents to use outside the theater by building costumes dreamt up by children, and customizing those costumes to fit each child's power chair. The creations, a result of more than 30 hours of work in the CCM Costume Shop, will be on full-display at May We Help’s annual Halloween Festival.


‘I could have been that kid’

October 10, 2022

When Bitanya Derese began raising money for children in Ethiopia, the country where she was born, she didn’t realize the importance of her endeavor.

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