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UC welcomes more Indian students

In 2010, Indian students at the University of Cincinnati were granted scholarships worth $5 million; in 2012, scholarships worth $7 million are expected to be given.

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MedCity News reports on Innov8 For Health accelerator class

A Cincinnati accelerator for health IT startups that models itself on groups like Rock Health, Blueprint Health and Healthbox has named its inaugural class of companies.

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UC student's 'green' IT to be presented in Baltimore

University of Cincinnati computer science doctoral student Dippy Aggarwal will be among the leaders in their fields who are sharing emerging research and career interests at the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing Conference.

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Cincinnati stuns Virginia Tech with late touch-down

Cincinnati stuns Virginia Tech with late touch-down to win.

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Cincinnati Public Schools highlighted in Education Nation

Cincinnati Public Schools made a national mark when the local Community Learning Centers were highlighted as part of a national series of solutions that work in education systems.

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University of Cincinnati cracks US News' list of top colleges

The University of Cincinnati cracks US News & World Report's listing of top American colleges.

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FotoFocus featured in New York Times

FotoFocus, Cincinnati's month-long celebration of photography, gets a shout-out in The New York Times fall arts preview.

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Ohio Innocence Project, at UC, promotes history of exoneration

More than 2,000 people in America in the past 23 years have been exonerated for serious crimes, according to a blog set up by Mark Godsey, professor at the University of Cincinnati School of Law and director of the Ohio Innocence Project and the Center for the Global Study of Wrongful Conviction.

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UC research shows entrepreneurial differences between the sexes

A University of Cincinnati study of the sexes reveals that when it comes to starting a business, women are more likely than men to consider individual responsibility and use business as a vehicle for social and environmental change.

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College co-op pioneer still leading the charge after 100 years

Herman Schneider, a professor of engineering at the University of Cincinnati (UC), pioneered cooperative education over 100 years ago. Today, Schneider would be happy to know that UC is still leading the charge, with co-op opportunities having grown to many fields of study, and in cooperation with companies around the globe. Two of UC’s experts tell us all about college co-op, and what students should be looking for in a co-op program.

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Cincinnati schools ahead of new national school lunch ruling

This month high schools and K-12 schools across Cincinnati installed student and school-friendly vending machines that feed kids in less than 20 seconds, are visually stimulating and USDA-approved to distribute healthy meals.

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The best beer gardens in America, including Mecklenburg Gardens

The beer garden is the new coffee shop. So gather your friends for craft brews and a casual vibe at these hot spots, from Mecklenburg in Cincinnati to Standard Biergarten in New York.

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DAAP professor makes DI's list of 25 most admired educators of 2012

Each year, DesignIntelligence honors excellence in education and education administration by naming 25 exemplary professionals in these fields. The 2012 class of education role models was selected by DesignIntelligence staff with extensive input from thousands of design professionals, academic department heads, and students, one of the chosen teachs at UC's DAAP.

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UC: Top Producers of U.S. Fulbright Scholars

UC is among the “top producers” of U.S. Fulbright Scholars, according to a listing this week in The Chronicle of Higher Education. UC ranked ahead of Harvard, Columbia, Cornell and Ohio State.

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The sex book that hit the spot

Our Bodies, Ourselves was the kind of book that libraries banned and women stashed under their beds like pornography—a fixture of college dorm rooms that shocked conservatives with its candid discussion. UC's Wendy Kline even wrote a book about its influence.

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