Faculty & Staff
Jeff Brewer, a doctoral student in geography, has been hard at work researching water management techniques at the Yaxnohcah Maya site in southern Campeche, Mexico. Take a look at the research that earned him the National Science Foundation's Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant!
Where does the blues come from? The African blues might sound like a good guess, but College-Conservatory of Music graduate Saul Meyerson-Knox found that its origins aren't so clear-cut. Read more about his thesis, nominated for the MAGS 2016 Distinguished Master’s Thesis Competition.
In keeping with UC’s ongoing commitment to diversity, the Graduate School is creating a new fellowship opportunity for underrepresented minorities: the Provost Graduate Fellowships. The program will award three incoming PhD students a three-year, $25,000 fellowship that includes full tuition. Provost Beverly Davenport discusses why she sponsored the fellowships and the value that diversity brings to the academic enterprise.
- Wed Jan 13 2016, 7:00 PM
As vice president for research, Limbach will lead the university’s research and discovery initiatives, which include mor...
- Sun Jan 10 2016, 7:00 PM
University of Cincinnati research on ancient burial tombs unlocks the mysteries of pre-Roman social status and cultural ...
- Tue Jan 5 2016, 5:00 AM
Examination could hold wider applications on how stress during pregnancy affects mothers and offspring.
- Sun Dec 13 2015, 7:00 PM
Five UC alumni to receive highest honors at April 14 event.
- Thu Nov 12 2015, 3:00 AM
Researchers report on the development and results of a pilot program at a national health convention in Chicago.