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Musical theater can be much more than light entertainment. Alexandre Bádue, a doctoral candidate in the College-Conservatory of Music, researches how musical composers stretch the boundaries of storytelling through their work.
The Fellows of the Graduate School are happy to announce that they have selected their first group of fellows for their new program, the Fellowship for Doctoral Students Aspiring to Academic Careers. Six PhD students were selected: William Ayers (composition, musicology, and theory), Kelly Blewett (English and comparative literature), Arnold Gutierrez (neuroscience), Aaron May (pathobiology and molecular medicine), Anwar Mhajne (political science) and Amanda Powers (biological sciences). Congratulations to each winner!
Have you ever dreamed about conducting research or scholarship in another country? If so, you should consider applying for a Fulbright. The Fulbright U.S. Student Program is a well-known, highly competitive and incredibly prestigious grant program that operates in over 155 countries. Take a look at what it has to offer, and get information about applying today!
Did you know that, as both a UC student and a resident of Cincinnati, there are incredible technology resources at your fingertips? Whether it’s for a class project, a home project or just general fun, you have the chance to work with specialized equipment and software, from portable green screens and video editing software to 3D printers, sewing machines and the “MaKey MaKey.” The UC Libraries and the Cincinnati Public Library provide state of the art technology—often for little to no cost—and their knowledgeable staff can help you make the most of these tools.
No matter your program, writing is a fact of graduate life. Classwork, journal and conference papers, the intimidating bulk of a thesis or dissertation: you’re constantly putting your knowledge into words. Complicated academic ideas can be hard to communicate, but you don’t have to do it alone. The tutors at the Academic Writing Center (AWC) provide free assistance to get you through even the trickiest writing tasks.
For most people, the wait for hot water at the showerhead is one of life’s mysterious little inconveniences. For Toritseju Omaghomi, it's a sign of a much bigger issue. Read more about the Three Minute Thesis competition winner's research into water distribution here.