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Cuteness overload

February 12, 2024

Tears of joy. Playful bites of a partner. A baby who’s so cute you just want to pinch him. Those physical displays of what might look like aggression actually signal intense love. And they are perfectly normal, says Oriana Aragon, PhD, a UC social psychologist and assistant professor of marketing who coined the term "cute aggression."

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Masters of ink

January 9, 2024

Obtaining a degree in fine arts doesn't necessarily mean graduates go on to paint or sculpt for a living. UC students in the College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning have gone onto become tattoo artists, using the skills they learned as a foundation to a successful, alternative career.

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From co-op to CEO

November 13, 2023

Few understand the value of co-op quite like Jeremy Jarrett. Jarrett is president and CEO of Cincinnati-based tech consulting firm Kinetic Vision, a company that has integrated UC co-op students for over 30 years. Jarrett himself got his start at the company through co-op as UC aerospace student in the '90s.

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Cuteness overload

February 12, 2024

Tears of joy. Playful bites of a partner. A baby who’s so cute you just want to pinch him. Those physical displays of what might look like aggression actually signal intense love. And they are perfectly normal, says Oriana Aragon, PhD, a UC social psychologist and assistant professor of marketing who coined the term "cute aggression."

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Masters of ink

January 9, 2024

Obtaining a degree in fine arts doesn't necessarily mean graduates go on to paint or sculpt for a living. UC students in the College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning have gone onto become tattoo artists, using the skills they learned as a foundation to a successful, alternative career.

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From co-op to CEO

November 13, 2023

Few understand the value of co-op quite like Jeremy Jarrett. Jarrett is president and CEO of Cincinnati-based tech consulting firm Kinetic Vision, a company that has integrated UC co-op students for over 30 years. Jarrett himself got his start at the company through co-op as UC aerospace student in the '90s.

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California dreamin'

October 10, 2023

Students from the University of Cincinnati teamed up with a group from California State University, San Bernardino on a whirlwind geologic tour of northern California — from the Marin Headlands at the foot of the foggy Golden Gate Bridge to the black basaltic sands of Shell Beach to the massive granite outcrops of the Sierra Nevada dating back to the age of the Tyrannosaurus rex.

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With UC, you see the world

September 19, 2023

Study abroad is back to 75% of pre-COVID levels at the University of Cincinnati, and a wide variety of international study options is available to students in any program. Where do you see yourself in the world?

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A legacy of service

August 10, 2023

Dr. Chris Lewis first visited Tanzania nearly 20 years ago as a UC medical resident intent on making a difference in the country. Now he’s instilling a passion for global health in a new generation of students through Village Life Outreach Project.

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Greetings, grace and gratitude

July 25, 2023

A team of UC students, faculty, staff and supporters traveled to East Africa for a service-learning trip across three villages in Tanzania. They returned to campus with a transformational cultural experience and lessons that last a lifetime.

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Mission not impossible

May 30, 2023

UC's School of Criminal Justice offers pathways to career placements with the U.S. Secret Service through connections and experience-based learning. Meet the students who found work experience through internships and alumni that hold career positions in the federal law enforcement agency.

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‘Somos familia’

April 26, 2023

“Somos familia” means “we are family,” and students from throughout the Latinx community are building family, finding success and continuing a legacy at UC.

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UC-developed AI offers insight into conversations using...

February 13, 2023

Could an app let you know if a first date is just not into you? Engineers at the University of Cincinnati say the technology might not be far off. They trained a computer to identify the type of conversation two people were having based on their physiological responses alone.

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Shedding light on invisible disabilities

January 17, 2023

Students with physical disabilities are likely more aware than students with mental health disabilities that accommodations can be made to assist with access to education. At UC, we strive to make the college experience accessible to all and support overall student wellness.

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How to spot a fake

December 6, 2022

University of Cincinnati chemists, geologists and art historians are collaborating to help area art museums answer questions about masterpieces and detect fakes — and teaching students about their methods.

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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.

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School of rocks

September 20, 2022

A group of UC Geology graduate students, faculty and alumni saw billions of years of the Earth's history on a field trip to Northern Minnesota and the Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada region in early August 2022.

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