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UC College of Nursing hosts nurse-driven innovation webinar

February 23, 2024

How can nurses address hurdles such as lack of time, funding, continuing education and institutional support to focus on innovation? To answer these and other questions, the UC College of Nursing will host its inaugural Joan and Mark Hurray Visiting Professor Lectureship Series on Nurse-Driven Innovation.

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The New York Times: The people who brought you Travis Kelce

February 22, 2024

The New York Times featured University of Cincinnati alumnus Andre Eanes, who, alongside his twin brother Aaron, manages Travis Kelce, fellow alumnus and All-Pro tight end for the Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs. The story profiles the brothers who helped make Kelce a household name, even outside of football.

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UC Alumni Association names top alumni award winners to be...

February 16, 2024

Each year, the UC Alumni Association (UCAA) honors a select few of its more than 340,000 alumni based on their career accomplishments and contributions to the university and community, recognizing them during Alumni Week festivities each spring.

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UC College of Nursing hosts nurse-driven innovation webinar

February 23, 2024

How can nurses address hurdles such as lack of time, funding, continuing education and institutional support to focus on innovation? To answer these and other questions, the UC College of Nursing will host its inaugural Joan and Mark Hurray Visiting Professor Lectureship Series on Nurse-Driven Innovation.

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The New York Times: The people who brought you Travis Kelce

February 22, 2024

The New York Times featured University of Cincinnati alumnus Andre Eanes, who, alongside his twin brother Aaron, manages Travis Kelce, fellow alumnus and All-Pro tight end for the Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs. The story profiles the brothers who helped make Kelce a household name, even outside of football.

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UC Alumni Association names top alumni award winners to be...

February 16, 2024

Each year, the UC Alumni Association (UCAA) honors a select few of its more than 340,000 alumni based on their career accomplishments and contributions to the university and community, recognizing them during Alumni Week festivities each spring.

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CCM Bassoon and Flute alums win orchestra positions at Minnesota...

February 12, 2024

UC College-Conservatory of Music celebrates the amazing successes of recent alumni, Jessica Findley Yang (MM Bassoon, ’16) and Hannah Peterson (BM Flute, ‘12), who both won principal positions with the Minnesota Opera Orchestra in the group’s most recent auditions. This GRAMMY-nominated, Pulitzer-Prize winning group is based in Minneapolis, and boasts an impressive playbill each season.

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CCM Voice alum named one of Yamaha’s “40 Under 40”

February 9, 2024

Yamaha honors the work of music educators with the "40 Under 40" list, highlighting young teachers and pedagogues who bring innovation to their classrooms. UC College-Conservatory of Music alumna Paulina Villarreal (DMA Voice ’18, MM Voice ‘15) made the 2024 list for her work as an Assistant Professor of Voice at the University of Memphis. Her efforts to diversify the curriculum's repertoire brought important awareness to lesser-known composers from underrepresented backgrounds.

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CCM alum Joélle Harvey featured in upcoming CSO performances

February 1, 2024

CCM alumna Joélle Harvey (BM Voice ‘07, MM Voice ‘09) will join the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and the May Festival Chorus for three performances of Johannes Brahms' large-scale Ein Deutsches Requiem (A German Requiem) at Cincinnati Music Hall later this month. Presented as part of Louis Langrée's final season as music director of the CSO, this large-scale work was written for orchestra and chorus with soprano and baritone soloists, and the CSO's Feb. 9-11 performances will feature Harvey as the soprano soloist, along with baritone soloist Will Liverman in his debut with the CSO.

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CCM alumna achieves historic first in renowned military band

January 30, 2024

The UC College-Conservatory of Music has numerous alums employed by military bands all across the nation. However, one such luminary recently made history, achieving an unprecedented honor: Adrienne Doctor (BM Music Ed, ’11; MM Trumpet, ’15), the first female drum major to lead a band at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington National Cemetery.

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Leading the way

January 18, 2024

Four Black UC Nursing alumni seized the opportunity to start their own businesses. Now they are helping patients and communities in their own ways.

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