Cincinnati Edition: U.S. joins a growing number of governments...

March 24, 2023

TikTok has 1.5 million users in the United States, and is currently under review by the U.S. congress. The Chinese company has been accused of aggregating data for nefarious purposes, as it is ultimately controlled by the Chinese Communist Party. Cyber security expert Richard Harknett was a guest speaker on "Cincinnati Edition" to discuss measures that might be, or should be, taken to protect Americans privacy and national security


What is Mathematical Sciences?

March 24, 2023

Misconceptions can arise when it comes to pursuing a mathematics degree. It is commonly assumed that undergraduates studying mathematics are on the path to becoming math teachers or professors, but this is not always the case. The mathematics department at the University of Cincinnati's College of Arts and Sciences, for instance, equips students with the skills and knowledge needed for a diverse array of careers, such as biomathematical researcher and cryptographer.


Narrowing the digital divide for health care

March 24, 2023

Many parts of rural America with less access to health care also have limited broadband internet that could help them take advantage of increasingly popular online health services.


WVXU: Federal approval for psychedelics is on horizon

March 23, 2023

UC postdoctoral researcher Neşe Devenot tells WVXU's Cincinnati Edition that psychedelics are gaining increasing attention in scientific and medical circles because of the potential they have for treating mental health issues.


WCPO: Higher education bill introduced in Ohio

March 22, 2023

A proposed Ohio senate bill is viewed as a complete overhaul of higher education, according to media. Legislation is not typically as all encompassing as this bill, says David Niven, an associate professor of public and international affairs.


UC’s College of Arts and Sciences honors outstanding alumni

March 20, 2023

Five graduates of UC’s College of Arts and Sciences were recognized with alumni awards during the A Night with A&S annual ceremony earlier this month. As community leaders, philanthropists and professional pioneers, the impact of these alumni can be felt at the college, university, state and national levels. Also at the event A&S scholarship recipients were celebrated, and had the opportunity to meet with the donors whose contributions helped make their college experience possible. Meet the 2023 UC College of Arts and Sciences Outstanding Alumni:


March is a month associated with both good and bad luck

March 20, 2023

The month of March holds space for both St. Patrick's Day and The Ides of March. These two events are associated with both good and bad luck, as explained by Rebecca Borah who researches popular culture and the traditions associated with myths, legends, lore and truths.


Get ahead, expand academic horizons with UC summer courses

March 14, 2023

In the University of Cincinnati’s College of Arts and Sciences, students can take advantage of a diverse range of summer classes to keep up with their degree requirements, gain an academic edge, or explore their interests. UC offers six flexible summer sessions and a vast array of courses ranging from LGBTQ activism to environmental and sustainability studies, allowing students to tailor their summer coursework to their personal interests and academic goals.

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