PIs in the News
Department of Physics, "Rise of the Machines", written by Sarah Charley, discussing how machine learning will become an even more important tool when scientists upgrade to the High-Luminosity Large Hadron Collider and discussion with Dr. Eduardo Rodrigues, Symmetry Magazine, dated July 17, 2018.
Department of Geography, "Stocking the Cupboard," written by Michael Miller, discussing Dr. Nicholas Dunning's new study that suggests that ancient New Mexico Village, Chaco Canyon, benefited from arable farmland to support a resident population 1,000 years ago, UC Magazine, dated July 2, 2018.
Depts. fo Biology and Psychology, "A Drone Made for a Dark Night (or a Dark Knight)", written by Michael Miller, discussing how Dr. Dieter Vanderlst uses biomimicry to help drones navigate in the dark, dust, or smoke, UC Magazine, dated June 5, 2018.
College of Arts and Sciences, "University of Cincinnati Celebrates 200 years" radio discussion by Associate Dean, Dr. David Stradling, highlighting the histories of the institution, 91.7 WVXU/88.5 WMUB, dated May 23, 2018.
Department of Geology, "A Yellowstone Guide to Mars" an article
Department of Classics, "Civilizations: the Second Moment of Creation" the first episode of a new PBS series featuring Dr. Jack Davis' research in Pylos and discovery of Bronze-Age Greek Warrior, PBS, April 17, 2018.
Department of Anthropology, "Beyond Skin Deep", an article issued by the Office of Research highlighting Dr. Heather Norton's new role as the Academic Director for the Skin Science Technology Collaborative, starting summer 2018, Office of Research webpage, April 16, 2018.
Department of Biology, "Big Bads of the Cretaceous" an article written by Michael Miller discussing Takuya Konishi's
Department of Biology, "Snake Surprise", an article written by Michael Miller discussing Bruce Jayne's research on unique hunting and feeding habits among crab-eating snakes, UC Magazine, March 26, 2018.
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Department of Geography, "Our Changing Climate", written by Michael Miller, discussing how Dr. Tomasz Stepinski created a new map to examine climate change anywhere in the world, UC Magazine, March 20, 2018.
Department of African Studies, "Africana Studies Professor Creates Hybrid Course to Drive Student Performance", submitted by Office of the Provost, recognizing how Dr. Guy Whembolua uses resources in CET&L and CEeL to create his first hybrid course, all with student success in mind, Feb 27, 2018.
Department of Biology, "UC's Joshua Benoit Awarded Prestigious Sigma Xi Young Investigator Award", written by Julie Campbell-Holmes, article recognizing Joshua Benoit's awards and accomplishments, A&S News, February 23, 2018.
Department of Biology, "How the Snake Pours Its Way Across the Ground", written by James Gorman, discussion of Bruce Jayne's research surrounding the sidewinder snake's unique muscle movements, New York Times, February 6, 2018.
Department of Psychology, "Your New Robot Co-Workers" an article written by Michael Miller discussing how Tamara Lorenz studies how people behave around robots in order to design safer robots, UC Magazine, January 30, 2018.
College of Arts and Sciences, "Greater Cincinnati Foundation (GCF) Invests $25,000 in UC's The Cincinnati Project to support activities that benefit women of color" an article released by GCF announcing grant award submitted by the College of Arts and Science's Associate Dean, Jennifer Malat, GCF, January 31, 2018.
Department of Chemistry, "Using Sensor Research to Improve Technology", an article written by Mark Heyne discussing technologies discussed at UC-Hosted Third-Annual Sensor Community Retreat hosted by William Connick, WVXU.org, January 9, 2018.
Department of Biology, "It's Now Illegal to Sell These 38 Plants in Ohio", an interview featuring Theresa Culley about recent new laws prohibiting the sale of 38 plants in the State of Ohio, WCPO, Cincinnati, January 11, 2018.
Department of Classics, "UC Led Team Excavating Griffin Warrior Tomb" an article written by Mark Heyne discussing Dr. Jack Davis' excavating a Bronze Age warrior tomb, dubbed the Grave of Griffen Warrior, at the Palace of Nestor, in Pylos, Greece, WVXU - WMUB: Cincinnati, Oxford, dated January 10, 2018.
Department of Geology, "Hope for Goshawks," an article written by Michael Miller about Brooke Crowley's method of tracking predators to help steer conservation for threatened species in Madagascar, UC Magazine, December 12, 2017.