Programs and Events
Choose Ohio First Scholars (COFS)
The Choose Ohio First Scholars program is a statewide, competitively funded initiative. The program is designed to significantly strengthen Ohio’s competitiveness within STEMM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and medicine) disciplines and STEMM education. COFS receive competitive funds through the program. In addition to funding, COFS also participate in programming and mentorship opportunities to strengthen their networks and success in STEMM. There are currently 14 COFS within the College.
Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP)
The Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP) program is a National Science Foundation (NSF) funded program designed to increase the number of historically underrepresented students who earn STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) degrees and continue to graduate school. The University of Cincinnati LSAMP program provides an educational environment to meet three goals: academic integration, social integration, and professionalization of the LSAMP program. All LSAMP Scholars participate in the Dr. Edward N. Prather Summer Bridge Program, a seven-week residential program that seeks to enhance their academic preparedness prior to the start of their freshman year. Students from Arts & Science, Allied Health, and the College of Engineering and Applied Science participate in the program. There are currently 15 LSAMP scholars within A&S.
MLK Day Celebration
The University of Cininnati African American Cultural and Resource Center Presents:
Reclaiming Our Melody
An MLK Tribute
Keynote Speaker: Melvin Miles
Director of University Bands and Instructor of Music at Morgan State University
SAVE THE DATE
January 14, 2021
Virtual Celebration on Zoom
ASL Interpreter will be provided
CECH Innovation & Community Partnership
SA UC Bearcat Band
SA Center for Community Engagement
A&S College of Arts and Sciences
Ethnic Programs and Services
Black History Month Event: Black Business Expo and Entrepreneurial Symposium
On February 10th at 11am UC Blue Ash Student Engagment, UCBA Sister Circle, Men of Color Collaborative and UC College of Arts & Sciences are co-hosting the Black Business Expo and Entreprenueurial Symposium. At this event, a panel of professionals and entrepreneurs will discuss what they do and what it took to become established in their respective field. Login to campuslink.uc.edu and visit the event page to RSVP.
Dr. Tammy Kernodle - More than Dancing: Black Women, Black Music and the Mythology of Post Racial America
Join us Wednesday, February 24 at 6pm for an event co-hosted by UC Blue Ash Student Engagment, UCBA Sister Circle, Men of Color Collaborative and UC College of Arts & Sciences. For more information check out the event page.