Research and Scholarship
Graduate Research and Scholarship at UC: Imaginative, Inspiring and Groundbreaking
The research and scholarship conducted by graduate students at the University of Cincinnati is as diverse as the institution's 300-plus degree programs. The university strives to increase and advance its research and intellectual activity. For this reason, graduate students pursue activities in the creative and performing arts that are meant to initiate and inspire alongside scholarly exploration that is designed to expand and enlighten.
Dissertation Defense Announcements
- Tue Oct 25 2016, 4:00 AM
'' The Role of GSK3B-CUGBP1 Pathway in the Correction of Myotonic Dystrophy Type 1 Muscle Pathology''
- Tue Oct 25 2016, 9:00 AM
'' Patient Experience of Older Adults with Multimorbidity in a Model of Care Coordination''
- Tue Oct 25 2016, 9:30 AM
'' Bayesian Hierarchical Models for Partially Observed Data''
- Tue Oct 25 2016, 10:00 AM
'' Flame Interactions and Thermoacoustics in Multiple-Nozzle Combustors''
Four University of Cincinnati scholars—including two current graduate students—will travel across the globe this year to enhance their studies and help promote international ties as the newest Fulbright U.S. student award recipients. Josiah Rushing, a master’s student in percussion, will study in Lyon, France and Abby Yeakle, a doctoral student in oboe, will study in Vienna, Austria.
After all the hard work you put into your research, you want to make sure everyone knows you were the one who did it. ORCID provides a free, permanent, unique identifier that marks research documents as yours alone.
The Institutional Review Board is the organization that must approve ALL human subject research conducted by University of Cincinnati faculty, students, staff, or other representatives of the university. Does your research fall under IRB purview? You may find that the answer is "Yes."