When Francesca Rietz Marcotte decided she wanted to pursue filmmaking, she made a commitment to herself that — whenever possible — her film crew and ensemble would be made up of women, people of color and queer people. That commitment to foster visibility for minority groups began with a cla…

Under the growing coronavirus pandemic that has gripped the U.S. since March, the University of Cincinnati has put in place new guidelines for summer internships in hopes of discouraging face-to-face work experiences.

Arriana Bedgood’s hands maneuver swiftly in the air, remaining close to her heart. The classroom is filled with art: paper maches of the human ear, paintings of hands and motivational quotes. She gives the class directions in sign language as another woman interprets what the teacher speaks …

The University of Cincinnati (UC) announced Wednesday afternoon that they plan to share the decision of returning to campus for the fall semester no later than late June.

During his final month of residency at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Medicine in 2003, Christopher Lewis prepared to travel to Tanzania. He had completed three years of global health training and two field experiences in Honduras and El Salvador.

Due to the global outbreak of COVID-19, the University of Cincinnati continues with travel restrictions for study abroad and international students and scholars.

When Francesca Rietz Marcotte decided she wanted to pursue filmmaking, she made a commitment to herself that — whenever possible — her film crew and ensemble would be made up of women, people of color and queer people. That commitment to foster visibility for minority groups began with a cla…

Under the growing coronavirus pandemic that has gripped the U.S. since March, the University of Cincinnati has put in place new guidelines for summer internships in hopes of discouraging face-to-face work experiences.

Arriana Bedgood’s hands maneuver swiftly in the air, remaining close to her heart. The classroom is filled with art: paper maches of the human ear, paintings of hands and motivational quotes. She gives the class directions in sign language as another woman interprets what the teacher speaks …

They say confidence is key, but to one University of Cincinnati professor, it’s more like a sledgehammer — aimed right at the glass ceiling.

George Uetz, a professor at the University of Cincinnati, has been teaching Bearcats for 43 years. He has a plethora of honors and positions under his belt — he’s worked with the Animal Behavior Program with the National Science Foundation (NSF), is the executive editor of the scholarly jour…

A team of five University of Cincinnati graduate students was chosen as a finalist for the national 2020 Urban Land Institute (ULI) Hines Student Competition for their proposal on how to solve housing issues, food insecurity and more in cities across the country.

“It’s just how it is, there’s no one to get mad at because it’s out of everyone’s control. Its’s just unfortunate.”