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UC welcomes largest global class ever

November 18, 2022

UC welcomed its largest-ever international class this fall. The enrollment of 1,547 new students tops the pre-COVID peak of 1,107 in 2018. It eclipses even the arrival of 1,224 in fall 2021 who included among their number a backlog of students who had deferred their enrollment or begun their studies online from home during the pandemic.

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UC team wins first place in international ‘hackathon’

November 7, 2022

Combining their knowledge of economics and computer science, a University of Cincinnati professor and student won first place in an international hackathon competition with their solution to counter inflation's harmful effects.

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UC welcomes largest global class ever

November 18, 2022

UC welcomed its largest-ever international class this fall. The enrollment of 1,547 new students tops the pre-COVID peak of 1,107 in 2018. It eclipses even the arrival of 1,224 in fall 2021 who included among their number a backlog of students who had deferred their enrollment or begun their studies online from home during the pandemic.

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UC team wins first place in international ‘hackathon’

November 7, 2022

Combining their knowledge of economics and computer science, a University of Cincinnati professor and student won first place in an international hackathon competition with their solution to counter inflation's harmful effects.

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UC joins historic U.S. academic outreach to Greece

October 31, 2022


The University of Cincinnati will join a historic delegation of U.S. academic institutions on a visit to Greece in November to explore new opportunities for student scholarship in both countries.

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Ancient Maya faced bane of urban sprawl, too

October 27, 2022

The ancient Maya’s Calakmul once was the biggest city in the Americas, full of apartment complexes, temples and shrines stretching across an area the size of Washington, D.C. New mapping tools are giving an international team of scientists their first complete look at the scale and complexity of the enormous metropolis hidden beneath centuries of rainforest.

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‘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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UC Latino Alumni Network members celebrate Hispanic Heritage...

October 6, 2022

Gloria Forsythe, A&S ’95, and Pamela Mallory, CAHS ’09, are two members of an ethnic spectrum that spans cultures, countries and continents. Together, Forsythe and Mallory are reaching out to UC’s diverse population of Hispanic and Latino students and alumni through the UC Latino Alumni Network (UCLAN), an affinity group of the UC Alumni Association

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Canada film tour offers new perspectives for UC students

October 3, 2022

Students in degrees as varied as film and media studies, digital media, creative writing, urban planning and French traveled to Montreal and Quebec City this August as part of an interdisciplinary cinema course on place-based storytelling offered through the University of Cincinnati’s new school of Communication, Film & Media Studies this fall.

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Sally Amkoa rediscovers childhood passion for storytelling

September 28, 2022

Growing up in a lower-middle class family in Kenya, Sally Amkoa was raised in a culture that valued storytelling. Her mother told countless stories that Amkoa’s grandmother had recited to her. In the second grade, Amkoa stood in front of her class and told one of her mother’s tales.

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Health care in conflict

September 8, 2022

UC College of Nursing alumna Helen Perry works in disaster-stricken regions and conflict zones. She's currently working on a project to aid Ukrainian refugees.

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UHP Discover goes global

September 6, 2022

For the first time, students from a strategic partner university—Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey (ITESM) in Mexico—participated in the UHP Discover summer research program at the University of Cincinnati.

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UC analysis shows Griffin Warrior ruled his homeland

August 25, 2022

Using new scientific tools, University of Cincinnati archaeologists discovered that an ancient Greek leader known today as the Griffin Warrior likely grew up around the seaside city he would one day rule.

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