Arts and Sciences

University of Cincinnati’s College of Arts and Sciences enrolls over 7,500 undergraduate students and 1,000 graduate students, making the college the mainstay of an urban, thriving top-25 research university in a city with eight Fortune 500 companies and countless industries, start-ups, and non-profits. Because of the breadth and depth of our 65+ academic programs, we are able to provide an unparalleled offering of interdisciplinary opportunities in order to allow our students to think creatively about how they can address local and global challenges. Our promise is to provide an educational experience, an alumni network, and unparalleled student services that our students cannot get anywhere else.



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Former Editors of The News Record Recall Crucial Events From the 60s On

Inspired by Judy McCarty Kuhn’s novel, “The Other UC and Me: Editing the Sixties,” UC alumni reflect on their experiences reporting from the paper’s newsroom. From Vietnam War protests to the trial of OJ Simpson, The News Record reflects the tumultuous history within and beyond the university.

Reminisce with the editors



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UC Graduate Danny Rader Receives 2018 McKibbin Memorial Prize

The McKibbin Prize recognizes recent A&S student Danny Rader for his outstanding undergraduate accomplishments. As an English major with a focus in creative writing, Rader credits the department’s literary community with fostering some of his best work.

Meet Danny



Cover of Stewart’s sixth novel, reviewed in The New York Times.

New York Times Features UC English Professor’s Latest Novel in Its Book Review

UC English professor Leah Stewart’s sixth novel, “What You Don’t Know About Charlie Outlaw,” was reviewed this month. Stewart heads the Department of English in the College of Arts and Sciences. The novel explores the lives of two actors with parallel experiences of fame but an intertwined tale of love and loss.

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