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4 hrs ago | Business Journal
The gift has created the Mantei/Mae Scholarship Award for students who study electrical engineering, computer engineering and computer science in the College of Engineering and Applied Science.
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8 hrs ago | LiveScience
Want to buy everyone on your list the best possible gift this Christmas? Don't go shopping for all of them at the same time.
12 hrs ago | The Cincinnati Enquirer
In turn, he became a role model and advocate for education throughout his long career of public service.
Two top University of Cincinnati executives will receive bonuses. Larry Johnson, who served as interim provost earlier this year before returning to the dean's office at UC's College of Education, Criminal Justice and Human Services, will receive a $17,250 bonus.
According to a new study in the Journal of Consumer Research, consumers shopping for more than one person tend to pass on "guaranteed hits" in lieu of getting something unique for each person on their list.
Last November she completed her police officer training at Butler Tech and worked part time as a police officer in Mt.
I grew up in Delhi Township and graduated from Oak Hills H.S. in 1983. In 1987 I received a Bachelor's Degree, with Honors, in Political Science from the University of Cincinnati, followed by a J.D. from the College of Law in 1990.
If you're having a stroke, it's crucial that you get medical help as quickly as possible.
Among the changes you'll see when Nick Lachey and 'The Sing-Off' return to NBC tonight credit, National Honor and World Language Honor Societies and various departmental awards.
National Honor Society co-presidents, seniors Hannah Jackson and Abby Rieger, opened the assembly before senior Tori Weckenbrock introduced Ono, who commended Mercy on their strong academics and compassionate hearts noting that "Mercy has such a warm heart, with empathy for others, that serves as an example to those around you."
WASHINGTON DC, December 9, 2013- For several years, epilepsy practitioners have questioned the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's definition of bioequivalence as it applies to narrow therapeutic index drugs, such as those used for epilepsy.
The Atlantic cities reports: "Criminologists call it the 'special sensitivity hypothesis.'
Fire up the blowtorch. Get ready to light the candles on Cincinnati's birthday cake.
An investment of $440,000 toward student scholarships will help the University of Cincinnati achieve its goal of attracting, retaining and graduating academically prepared students who reflect a wide range of diversity.